Hello everyone, welcome to our Walkthrough for A Servant’s Resolve 1-6 of Dress up Time Princess. In the previous stage, Alfred overheard the conversation between one of the nobles and his attendant and found out that Lafayette is having a meeting with the King. After that, he decided to ask for a transfer and work closer to the King’s study, hoping that he will be able to see Lafayette after the meeting and talk to him. Alfred’s supervisor, Gorge, approved the transfer to the new position. A bit later, a supervisor came to check on Alfred and asked about his motivation to change the workplace. Alfred lied about his true motivation, but he did mention that he signed up for Lafayette’s military expedition. George criticized him, saying that Alfred must be crazy for wanting to join up the Marquis on such a dangerous adventure, even if the pay is as good as he said. At this moment, Alfred and George heard a loud noise coming from the King’s study above them, and that was the end of the previous stage.   

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After hearing the loud noise, both George and Alfred are afraid of what might happen next. Alfred instinctively ran to the corner, pulling George with him, once he heard the footsteps descending down the stairs from the King’s study. However, Alfred was a bit curious and peeked through the door. He saw Marquis de Lafayette, quickly walking down the stairs.

Alfred immediately noticed that Lafayette had a very angry expression on his face, which was very strange considering his usual calm behavior. Our character thought about it for a moment and concluded that there was probably some kind of argument between the King and Lafayette. While Alfred was thinking about the incident, George finally came to his senses, and pulled Alfred (who was peeking through the door) inside the room, wanting to remain hidden while nobles were arguing. At this moment, they hear the King angrily shouting after Lafayette and ordering him to stop, and come back to the study. But Lafayette continues walking down the stairs, completely ignoring the King’s order.

After Alfred decided to peek out for the second time, he could see that Lafayette almost left the building. Our character decides to go after the Marquis and find out what is going on. He leaves the confused George, leaving him alone to finish the rest of the work. Alfred starts running after Lafayette and starts shouting his name, once he spotted him at the other end of the hallway. But Marquis ignored him and continued walking away. Alfred continues to follow Lafayette and catches up to him outside of the palace of Versailles. At this point after is breathing heavily because he ran for several minutes. Finally, he catches his breath and begs Lafayette to stop and speak with him.

Lafayette finally turns around, and in an almost rude tone, asks what our characters want from him. Alfred is a bit surprised by this reaction and quickly asks him one of the following two questions.

Your question won’t affect the flow of the story. With that said, I chose “The reason for going to war”, the first option.

The reason for going to war

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Alfred explains that he just can’t understand why Marquis de Lafayette would choose to live the comfortable life of a noble behind him and instead go to war in the New World. Besides the personal danger to himself on the battlefield, the living conditions in underdeveloped New World would certainly be far worse than living in France, especially for the man of his social stature. Lafayette doesn’t answer the question that our character asked him, instead, he explains that if Alfred is searching for comfortable life and wealth, joining the expedition wasn’t a good idea. With that out of the way, Lafayette advises Alfred to think about his decision to join the expedition and decide if he really wants to spend the following several years as a soldier in the New World.

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If you pick the second option, Alfred will mention that he heard a commotion in the King’s study earlier, and wants to know what happened. After hearing the question, Lafayette looks at our character in an almost hostile manner and simply tells him that his personal conversation with the King isn’t something that he is willing to share with Alfred. Realizing that the Marquis doesn’t want to talk about this matter, Alfred concludes that he probably shouldn’t ask any more questions about this subject.

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Alfred now understands that he caught the Marquis in a really bad mood. Lafayette then orders him to go back to his post at the palace and continue the work. Alfred says he will go back, right away. Our character realized that, even though Lafayette was fair to him so far, he is still a noble, and it would be a very good idea to get out of his way when he is in the bad mood, like today.

However, before Alfred could leave, both he and Lafayette are surrounded by a group of palace guards. Our character is confused since he didn’t do anything illegal, but Lafayette explains that the guards aren’t here because of Alfred, they are looking for him. Alfred can’t believe that the palace guard would arrest one of the nobles, but they quickly remove all doubts by saying that they are here to arrest the Marquis, as ordered personally by King Louis XVI himself.

The guards show the order written by the King and order the Lafayette to follow them, which he does, without a single complaint. Alfred, on the other hand, starts yelling at the guards that this might be some kind of mistake.  Well, this was a mistake, because it leads the guards to conclude that Alfred is Lafayette’s personal servant and they arrest him as well. Poor Alfred tries to explain that he is a servant at the palace of Versailles and that he has no connection with Lafayette, but the guards have already made up their minds. Both Lafayette and our character are arrested and thrown into jail.

This will mark the end of A Servant’s Resolve Stage 1-6 of Dress up Time Princess. You will receive the following rewards for completing the stage.

What will happen to Alfred and Lafayette? Will King Louis XVI change his mind and free them? And why was Lafayette arrested in the first place? Find out in the next stage.

Thank you for reading.  

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