Bruno asks Heine what's the point of him continuing to support Licht if he was going to give up on his aspirations to become king and move into town. Heine considers this, but says it's nothing new, since he never expected everything to go smoothly, and that he believes that it's good for the princes to explore their options and make their own choices in life. Licht apologizes to Bruno, who seems to accept it, saying that if it's good for Heine, then it's good enough for him.
Licht prepares to leave the palace with Maximilian, and is seen off by his siblings (except for Bruno) and Heine.
Heine has finished marking the princes' tests, and waits for them to gather so that he could show them their scores. However, Leonhard is still refuses to accept Heine as a tutor, as he's still traumatized from the strict tutors he had from childhood, and runs away. Will Heine be able to get through to him?
Heine Wittgenstein is a adult man often mistaken for a child due to his short stature. One day, he's summoned to the royal palace by the King of Granzreich to become the royal tutor to four very different princes in the hopes of grooming them to be capable candidates to the throne. However, the princes have a reputation of forcing all their tutors to quit successively...will Heine be able to get through to them? Or will he be the next to go?