Aru compliments Arthur's strength to which Arthur says that he is fighting for his livelihood and that Aru is fighting for something as useless as happiness. Aru tells Arthur that he is wrong, children are full of joy and, just for today, those children are depending on Santa, not their parents. If Aru were to give up, then she does not deserve to be called a Santa, which is why she will never give into Arthur. With the strengthening of Aru's resolve, she defeats Arthur and knocks him into the snow.
Aru retrieves the stolen presents while Arthur asks Aru by asking if she even has enough time to deliver the presents. Defeated and unable to stand anymore, Arthur tells Aru to go right ahead and leave. He laments to himself, asking for forgiveness from his business rivals for his failure. Arthur notices that Aru hasn't left yet, he tells her that she will be too late if she doesn't leave now. Aru agrees and demands for Arthur to get up and take responsibility by helping her deliver the presents. Arthur complains that he just said he can't even stand, to which Aru says that he never said anything about flying. Arthur asks why he should even help, they're enemies after all. Aru responds by saying that he decided that they were enemies by himself and that she is a girl. Aru asks if Arthur would let a girl work all by herself at the dead of night while he takes a nap, to which Arthur denies he would, it would be very unbecoming of him. Now that Aru got Arthur to agree to help her, she urges Arthur to get up and help her. She states that once they're finished, she will even give him some advice regarding the future of toy stores. The duo, along with Rein, sets off to deliver the presents to children around the world.