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The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (119)
The ideals Sumantri has been pursuing have made him lost. At the end of his dream, he is restless. He has become the Mahapatih of Maespati, why is this all meaningless because of Dewi Citrawati?
The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (113)
The light of a thousand moons warms the longing to meet each other. All eyes are dazzled due to the light.
The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (107)
Sumantri follows at a distance, wondering anxiously whether he will really be able to present Sriwedari Garden to Dewi Citrawati. He waits with his shame, as well as his guilt.
The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (106)
Darmawati walks, guided by the moon, which still offers light to sadness, even though its glow has faded. Meanwhile, Sumantri walks into the night, groping around in the dark.
The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (105)
Night falls and all return to their tents, leaving Sumantri alone, immersed in the question as to whether the promise he made was a true one.
The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (100)
Sumantri is almost at his wits’ ends. He releases his Bramastra heirloom again. In the sky the heirloom becomes a torrent of blazing fire, burning down the winged dragon that reigns in the sky.
The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (99)
Prabu Arjunasasrabahu could easily swing his sword and kill Sumantri. But with a friendly smile, he says, "Sumantri, don't break your heart like your sword. Use your spear."
The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (98)
Sumantri wants to regret all this. But before he can express his regret, he hears Prabu Arjunasasrabahu invite him to a context, which makes it impossible for him to take back his decision.