When the group arrives where Shalman is, Tiara begs Fang to kill her to avoid resurrecting the evil god, but Fang refuses and frees her instead, citing the fact that he wants to change destiny. Bernard and Shalman witness the resurrection of the evil god, who kills Bernard outright (turns out it just needed the blood of someone of the bloodline, regardless of gender), while Shalman merges with it. During the course of the three-phase boss fight, the goddess finally accepts Fang as one worthy, since he tried his best to save Tiara, despite her cursed blood. Shalman briefly contacts Fang telepathically, espressing regret of what he did, and asking him to save the world in his stead.
After weakening the evil god enough, Fang uses the power of the goddess to seal him again (and you hear, for just one sentence, the voice of the goddess), hower this drains all her power, so in the end both gods are slumbering again, and the Fury scatter.
The ending has a common part in which Rolo keeps ripping off people, Apollones is back with her sister, and the rest of the group goes separate ways: Pippin decides to educate Effole since she's still behind in the social skills, Gald starts traveling around the world, and Harler gets back home to record what she has saw (she then recites the opening text of the game as an example of what she wants to write).
From now on, the final scene is dependent on the ending:
Normal Ending: Alyn disappears since she went back to the goddess (no scenes with her at all), Tiara thanks Fang and Fang goes on his own again.
Tiara Ending: Starts the same as before, Alyn gets a brief scene in which Fang says she'll always remember her, then the two plan their journey together.
Alyn Ending: Tiara remembers her travels alone in a plain, Fang decides to have ramen, then Alyn appears and ask for it too, and curry as well. Fang asks her how she's supposed to be still alive, and she replies that it's a mistery, though she believes the goddess heard his wish in the end. The two start traveling again.