But one day, a boy on probation named Noah, is sent to work in her shop. Noah's about like any other punk dark witch kid she's encountered: lost, angry, and close to being imprisoned or worse in a society where dark witches are distrusted and jailed in favor of looking at light witches as the “good” of society. But Noah practices a special magical art that makes objects transform into other objects and dance to its creators' command. He is also practicing this art for an upcoming magic contest. Elza harbors nostalgia for this art and she decides to help him. Elza and Noah must learn to trust each other in order for Elza to keep hold to her will to live and for Noah to go to a dark path on the streets.