Episode 3: Crimson still aspiring to become an inspector, Tetsunosuke followed Susumu by dressing up as a girl to investigate Masuya. Susumu caught him and told Tetsunosuke that he is incompetent because he couldn't even complete a single task as a page, and told him to stay out of other people's business. Tetsunosuke, being very hurt from being called incompetent walked in front of Masuya while there were 3 roshis (wandering Samurai) bullying a little girl. They pulled their swords out, but Souji, Sano, and Shinpachi got there in time to help them get away. Souji led Tetsunosuke and the girl away through an ally, but there, one of the roshis attacked Souji while Tetsunosuke revealed Souji's name. Back in Shinsengumi headquarters, Susumu gave Hijikata a report of what happened while Tetsunosuke is kneeling outside. While talking to Souji, Tetsunosuke revealed that the person who attacked Souji was killed. Tetsunosuke was mortified after witnessing another murder, and blamed Souji for killing the person instead of arresting him or letting him go. Souji showed Tetsunosuke the ordinance code of the Shinsengumi. If any of the codes are violated? Seppuku is the punishment. Souji explained to Tetsunosuke the code of the Samurai states that falling in the hand of the enemy is inexcusable. In a fight, either you or your enemy must die. But a page doesn't have to abide by the code, so Tetsunosuke won't be put to danger. But this is a decision that Tetsunosuke must choose for himself. The scene flashes to what happened in the alley while Souji was attacked. Souji defeated the roshi, and then killed him without mercy. Tetsunosuke was mortified and fell to the ground.moreless
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