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The horrible torture of Cancer!
Death Toll is unable to move, a thread of Cosmic Marionation Vermeer has remained attached to the neck, forcing him to vacate the court of the coffin in which he had locked up.
Vermeer, now free, is furious at the attempt of deception on the part of the rider and, determined to make him pay, tortures him with the Cosmic Marionation Change, torturing him in a deadly ballet where the limbs of the poor Cancer twist on themselves causing pain atrocious.
Meanwhile, the Seventh, Shun reveals the location from which to Dohko, who understands that is a companion to Shiryu, revealing the rider the arrival of his companions. But despite the scale are in the right, does not intend to go back on his decision to betray Athena, so that Tenma decides to challenge him.
In the Mouth of Hades, Death Toll finds himself in a twisted tangle of limbs and bones revealing his secret. Vermeer mocks him in the door to discover that a wig (!) That the rider wants it back to die with dignity. But the judge did not want to give it to him and prepares to head to revolve 180 degrees as the last execution. But something is interfering in the technique of the Griffon, is a thread that does not respond to the court but to another individual; Phoenix Ikki is, back in the Mouth of Hades in aid of the Golden Knight!
Ikki wakes up in the house of Cancer, surprised. Apparently Death Toll has only pretended to send it to another dimension, instead of sending it back to the Fourth House, and the Phoenix realizes that the knight has done to save him from Gryphon.
Meanwhile, in the Mouth of Hades, Death Toll waits for a response from the judge, however, approaches Omerta closing with a kick. The judge is in fact aware of the fact that the knight was found locked inside a coffin and asks that his intentions were.
Cancer then, complaining that she was just resting in one of the coffins he built, asking what harm was there. The judge shrugs, annoyed by his attitude and urges him to escort him to the 12 houses, but Death Toll stops. Among the ranks of the dead, in fact, he saw someone who was amazed; Suikyo!
While Cancer is moved to find dead, Vermeer mocks him, never having believed in his betrayal, he is happy that he died at the hands of his old comrades, a miserable end worthy of him.
At these words, the Cancer furious, arguing that Vermeer did not understand the true feelings of Suikyo, a real man like the judge will never be!
Now the judge is to be angry, so much promise revenge, but instead fell into the trap of the rider, which reopened Omerta explaining his special powers, while the judge in is sucked inside.
Happy to have repaid the debt with Suikyo, Death Toll goes away, but something holds him back; is a string attached to his neck from Omerta. How will the knight to save?