Emma wakes up late and apologizes. Turns out everyone also woke up late. Which made her think when was the last time they slept in peace without danger or hurry.
Meanwhile, Norman gives Vincent a letter telling to them saying that they'll move the plan a bit earlier. He also said that the revolution has to be won without spilling the blood of the cattle children.
As everyone do their chores, Ray talks to Emma about Norman's plans. He then asks her that it was not the future she was aiming for.
She admits it's weird and tells him that she doesn't want to kill the demons.
The farming and the hunting of the demons makes her sick. Even though they are the enemies, she wonders what's the difference between them and the demons.
The demons have friends, families, they think, laugh and live like humans. They too also have to eat in order to survive. Yes, they kill humans, but does that mean that they should exterminate them?
There's so much terror, fear, and hate, yet Emma can't help but wonder if extermination is only the way. She then she doesn't want to kill Mujika and her tribe.
Ray asks why she didn't bring this up yesterday, and she replied that she couldn't. She prefers a different path that doesn't lead them to war, but everyone wants to demons gone. She then said that the Seven Walls wouldn't change a thing.
With an anguished expression, she says that she doesn't know what to do.