In 白銀のソードブレイカー vol. 2, by Matsuyama Takeshi, I found this sentence:


処女神拷問{アイゼルネ} is Eliza's sword, and previously it broke; the sword is linked to the girl's health, which began to break down as soon as the sword broke.

The Sword Saint is a girl with a magical sword that can heal wounds and illness; that sword could repair Eliza's, so the main characters are on their way to a meeting where the Saint will heal people with the goal of stealing her sword.

To make things worse, Eliza is wanted, so they really can't reveal themselves and are posing as brother and sister.

I think I understand the gist of that sentence: they can't have the Saint check Eliza, she could be found out, and she wouldn't be healed anyway if her sword isn't repaired. But I'm not sure about それまでだし: I tried looking on this site, my grammars and a bit of googling, but came out empty handed.


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This is just それまで + だ + し (sentence final particle). For それまで, check definition 1 here. In context, I might venture the following translation:

and if her identity got out, that would be the end of that

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