116. Longka is recaptured. Nilapat begs forgiveness for the past and Rama appoints him commander this time. Sukreep narrates all their past adventures along the way. There is no longer a bridge, but Nilapat stretched himself out to make the bridge. Chompoopan goes as a messenger to Totsapin (Paina?), and Totsapin was fightened, but speaks defiantly. Chompoopan rebukes him and stomps on him. Monto urges her son to release Pipek. Suwanna tells the sons of Intorachit tells them to go Hanuman in remembrance of their love, and Hanuman brings them to Prot and Satrud, vouching for them. Asuraphad confronts Paina Totsapin on the battlefield, and Totsapin sends to Djakrawat for help, but Asuraphad captures Totsapin and brings him to Sukreep, who imprisons him. Then Asuraphad and the sons of Intorachit free Pipek. Pipek admits he was foolish to have accepted Totsapin as his son, failing to foresee the truth. Totsapin blames Woraneesoon, and he admits Monto tried to stop the rebellion. Sukreep cut off the heads of both Totsapin and Woraneesoon.
(Matchanu tattoo: still with fish tail)