Collapse 「崩壊 Hōkai」 is the 8th chapter of Tashiro Yumiya's Black Clover Side-Story: Quartet Knights.
As Karna and Yami call out to each other, Asta notices that Karna's hair has changed and wonders why. Karna bets Yami to kill her and not let her father have his way. Karna explains that her father will be able to completely take control of her father and she wants him to kill her before that happens. Asta wonders why is going on, which Yuno says that Asta is to loud. Karna says that she doesn't have the power to stop her father, which her father manages to take back control.
Freese tells Patolli that they are done here and that they still have a lot to do for the Night of the Crimson Moon. Asta wonders what is the crimson moon, while Sylph tell them to stop getting distracted since she hasn't gotten the chance to defeat them with her power and that her power can easily crush them. Sylph tells Yuno that they should defeat the enemy and go on a date, but Yuno says that they won't.
Vetto and Fana say that they won't let them escape and attack Yuno from behind, but the dungeon starts to collapse again. Sylph wants to continue the fight, but Freese notices that the dungeon is at its limit. Patolli says that they are leaving now, and that they had enough fun for right now. Patolli says that they will continue next time, which Yami tells them to give Karna back.Patolli tells them to not get the wrong idea since their lives are in the palm of their hands. Patolli then uses his Heaven-Splitting Flash spell to destroy the roof of the dungeon, which Asta, Yuno, and Yami become worried about what Patolli has done. Patolli then says that if they are alive after this, then he hopes that they will meet again.
Magic and Spells used
|Black Clover: Quartet Knights|
|Freese the Seer • Karna Freese|
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