Rising crime rates make Oscar's job busier than ever. The Ardelos family comes from Spain for a goodwill envoy to the French Royal Family and is in danger of terrorist attacks. Company B is assigned to protect them because the Royal Guard is busy and Oscar is the only French Guard Commander who knows noble etiquette. Saint-Just targets the Ardelos' and plants a traitor in Company B to kill Oscar before they begin their attack. Oscar defeats the traitor, but Andre and Alain shoot him before she can question him. Saint-Just's men set fire to the building the Ardelos' are residing in, but Oscar chases him off just before he can kill the family. Saint-Just's men get away via use of an explosion which knocks out Oscar, Andre, and Alain. The Ardelos' make it safely back to Spain. Oscar finds out that one of her men had to pawn his government-issued rifle in order to make ends meet, an illegal act. He is arrested and sentenced to be shot. Alain is outraged that Oscar has allowed this to happen and challenges her to a sword duel.