Emma tells them her plan. There is some disagreement, but at the end everyone accepts it.
Emma tells them that she doesn't want the demons to be exterminated. If they wait for them to kill each other, then how much fear and hatred will it create?Like humans, they too have families, children, and babies.
She then brings up whether or not they should kill Mujika or Sonju which alerts the Grace Field escapees.
She tells them she has no intention of involving anyone, Norman's plan will not be delayed, and they don't know if there any other way, but even so, she'll check it out with Ray.
Gillian explodes saying that their families are more important than the demon's families. Before she can say anymore, she started crying and Paula comforts her.
Gilda then questioned why even though she was almost killed a little while ago. Ray then said she's funny in the head changing the room's atmosphere.
Don says that "that's our Emma." He smiled at her and accepted her decision shocking everyone in the room.
Gilda still stands to her opinion and said that there is no need for her to put herself in danger again. The path is very dangerous and is not necessary, and yet, why does she always have to go?
Emma hugs her and apologizes saying it's the only choice where she can face herself in the mirror later on.
She then said that she wants to stop Norman from killing himself. Ray explains further that he's not literally getting himself killed, but instead killing his own heart and shoulder all the burden. He and Emma can never accept that.
Emma says she won't let Norman use himself again in order to achieve success in his plan. She then said they'll be back as soon as they can. She hopes to come back before Norman can execute the demon King and the nobles.
Ray says that if worst comes to worst, he wants all of them to choose a path they can be proud of.
Gilda said that they better come back alive no matter what. Emma promises that whatever happens, she'll come back to them.