Fitzgerald and Alcott walk in front of the Guild's fourth base, Wonderful Manor. As they walk in, Alcott says that she will use her ability to write a book of strategies. She says that she can only activate her ability in a private room so she asks Fitzgerald to wait. Fitzgerald opens the next door which turns out to be the neighbor's house. Fitzgerald goes in anyway. Alcott then walks into their room and uses her ability, Little Women. The ability to predict the information of the future and to make time past at 1/8000th of regular speed only when in a private room. Fitzgerald then comes in and reads the strategies and chooses the 82nd plan. The scene cuts to a man in a room about to commit suicide. Fitzgerald suddenly appears behind him and the man, Dr T. Eckleburg is shocked. Fitzgerald then accuses Eckleburg of murdering a co-worker to which he denies. Fitzgerald then offers him to solve his case but in return, Eckleburg has to hand over the identification and tracking system that made the 'Eyes of God.' Fitzgerald then schedules an appointment to meet the director of the company Eckleburg works for. Fitzgerald and Alcott then meet the man, Chairman T. Buchanan. Fitzgerald offers to him to clear Eckleburg's crime but Buchanan declines the offer as he thinks it is pointless in saving a subordinate. Fitzgerald then leaves. As they leave, Fitzgerald asks Alcott to investigate the case. Alcott says that she is only a strategist not a detective. Fitzgerald says that if she cannot solve the case, that she knows someone who can. Alcott asks Poe to solve the case and he immediately asks Ranpo for help. The next day, Eckleburg is in court and is immediately labelled guilty. Fitzgerald spots Buachanan and accuses him of murdering his worker. He goes on to explain the entire case. Fitzgerald says to him to hand over $400,000 and he'll forget everything. Buchanan agrees and writes him a cheque. Back in court, Fitzgerald bursts in and plays a recorder with Buchanan saying that he'll give him $400,000 if he forgets about the case. After the court, Buchanan approaches Fitzgerald and goes to punch him, but Fitzgerald uses his ability and blocks his punch. It is later revealed that Fitzgerald now owns the 'Eyes of God' and Buchanan's company.