A demon, with a deformed face discovers a discarded baby in the farm he works in due to the weird mark on her face. Feeling it's resemblance towards the baby, he steals it, leaves his work in the farm, and isolated himself along with the baby in his home located deep in the forest.
At first confused, the demon studied books in order to take care of the baby. Not too long, he grows fond of the baby and starts living a happy life with her.
One day, the demon senses danger and orders Ayshe, the baby he raised, to hide. Not too soon, his head was bashed by Zazie. He drags his body forwards saying that he doesn't want to part with her just yet, by unfortunately for him, he dies with Ayshe as the last memory in his mind. Barbara opens the door and Cislo slowly approaches her saying comforting words. Crying, Ayshe tells them that she won't forget and would kill them in demon language.
Back to the present, Ayshe reveals to Don and Gilda she she kept quite about knowing the language out of hate. Even as a demon, she regarded the demon as her father, and as the killer of her family, she detest Norman's group, that's why she doesn't have anything to say to them.
She then asks the two on why they don't want to kill Mujika and Don explains that they are not so different from them. Even though they were demons, Sonju and Mujika saved them, he then goes on about Emma's not wanting a war. He finishes his explanation by saying that he and the others doesn't want genocide of the demons, and Sonju and Mujika might be important characters to avoid it.
Don then asks Ayshe is Norman gave her orders to kill them but she said no and relief washed over Don and Gilda shocking Ayshe with their reactions. They go on saying that they're glad that Norman was trying to protect them instead of killing them. They then apologized to Ayshe for doubting her. Gilda then realized that Norman might just kill Sonju and Mujika once they bring them back, but Don reassures her by saying that they'll be safe for a while and there are chances of negotiations.