Unsure of what to do, Anastasia returns to her father's grave one last time. Using her magical flute to summon her fairy godmother once again, she is shocked to be greeted by an ugly, evil-looking old woman.
“Who are you and why have you come? I meant to summon my fairy godmother,” she told the grotesque woman, disgust coursing through her veins. “Yours truly. Pardon me for not introducing myself correctly. My name is Bubonic, however, I am not a fairy godmother, nor will I ever be.
With the whole town perished in just a few days, the curse that the witch had cast would soon spread, killing one third of Europe's total population.
Realizing that she had been deceived by the town's evil witch the whole time, Anastasia begs for forgiveness, asking if there is anything she could do to reverse the damage that had already been done. “Your heart is not pure, and your intentions have not been true, but rather as filthy and deceiving as you. I gave you this flute in order to leave my mark on this mortal world forever. I took a vow to make this filthy way of living come with a serious consequence. This town has been filthy, dark, and tortuous for far too long, and it’s about time it got a taste of it’s own medicine, or lack thereof,” she explained, adding a wicked cackle in between each sentence.
The mice who had been her only friends had ultimately led to her demise, and living amongst them had made the fall of the town inevitable. Before leaving Anastasia to face the consequences of her actions, the evil witch promises that she will soon be reunited with her prince after all. “At least there’s social mobility where you’re going,” Bubonic said with an evil smile.