Translation: 2nd pic: Spoiler: me, lord Meliodas…!!! Center text: The price for offering up one's self and reason. That's what the wicked power of darkness is…!! Margin text: The outfit of Estarossa, who absorbed the third decree and underwent a transformation, is that of Meliodas himself!? What's the true meaning behind his words!? Summary: Spoiler: Sariel(?) says that Enlil's Divine Punishment is capable of disintegrating any Demon to the molecular level, rendering regeneration impossible, that Estarossa may atone for his murder of Mael by disappearing. The altter is seen summoning the Truth. King remarks the disappearance of a big power. A knight asks Howzer what to do with Derrierie. The latter and Elizabeth discuss about Monspiet. The Archangels join the party, joined by Estarossa with a "spiky" circle in his back. Sariel wonders how the Commandment got out of the dimension, noting that it's impossible unless he has the same power than them. And Hawk gives his power level: 88,000. Then Estarossa attacks Tarmiel, imbues him in darkness and sends him down with the liquefaction stopped. The Love then proceeds to embrace Sariel but the latter starts the tornado around him, shredding him. But it didn't take long before Estarossa manages to embrace the Archangel and stop the tornado, surprising him. Sariel uses the Splitting Sickle Wind, in form of crescent, to cut the Demon in two. Estarossa then starts recombining himself before Tarmiel, free of darkness, uses the Piercing Water Pillar that sends Estarossa to the ground with a big hole in the chest. The Archangels think it's over, but Derrierie tells them to not drop their guard as Estarossa has absorbed the Truth. And is back to normal. He notes that two decrees aren't enough and proceeds to absorb the third, the Silence, through the incantation. Yep, the same as Meliodas used. He goes through an evolution and pierces the Archangels. He is now coated with the power of darkness in the same fashion as Meliodas' Assault Mode and then tells the party they may perish in silence by his hands, calling himself Meliodas. Title of next chapter is "Rampaging love".