Blake takes a shower, writes a letter, and rides in a car too fast. His first 24 hours as a diabolist have really gone off of the rails.
Blake fights tooth and nail to escape Dowght’s residence. Luckily, he’s rescued last minute by his best friend Fell.
Blake, still sans Rose, tries binding a demon by winging it. After lengthy discussions about semantics and what laws can and cannot be broken, Blake succeeds, and now nothing is wrong at all.
Blake and Rose… oh wait. No. I guess just Blake goes on a date, and is unwinding before his binding.
Blake and Rose put the screws on Pauz, and then get a quick tour of a local university.
Blake meets a cute baby Other and curb stomps a rabbit.
This chapter is pretty depressing and horrifying so I don’t know if I can make a pun here. Blake goes off of the chain?
Blake meets a new council that treats him much with the same level of respect as the Jacob’s Bell council did.
Blake enjoys a nice car ride with a new friend, and then has a chill party with his old friends. Surely the rest of this arc will be just as pleasant.
We round off Breach with a histories chapter on Sandra Duchamp. From the horrors of the Duchamp family, to the Faerie court, to the permanent orgy of her house, we see there’s pretty much nothing Sandra won’t do for family.