The person who suffered the most damage in the third volume. However, the Devil’s nest that he turned into cultivated land had originally been the land that the Ghouls were living in, so Vandalieu simply thinks that Balchesse reaped what he sowed.
Of course, Ghouls are treated as monsters in human society, so only Vandalieu and his allies would think that way.
The fact that his cultivation project has stopped caused him economic problems, but a project to construct a fort overlooking the Boundary Mountain Range has begun under the leadership of the Amid Empire, so he is somewhat able to breathe a sigh of relief with that.
His children and grandchildren will likely be severely troubled by the fort’s existence, but Balchesse will be praised as a benevolent lord for the fact that Balcheburg was successfully defended and the fact that it recovered economically.