Of course, but I couldn't help but find it really odd that Enid didn't really consider Elodie's position.
In the first place, she always viewed her as in the wrong (pretty rightfully so for how Elodie made her feel after first getting into the academy) and the second Elodie didn't do what Enid wanted because she wanted to work for her future, she denounces her. It's not just "Enid wants Elodie to help her" but "Enid expects Elodie to help her, or be a bad person for it". It's the dire situation of rescuing her friends, but it just rubbed me the wrong way, like a lot of what Enid gets to do.
Even in the end, she doesn't really agree with Elodie's position on staying in the academy, though at least there she still shows mutual respect for it.