Emma and Lucas head down to Minerva's door and unlock a deeper secret
Once taken down to Minerva's door, Lucas begins expressing his true original thoughts of Minerva upon his initial arrival at Goldy Pond. At first, Lucas expresses that he thought Minerva was lying to him and any other escapee that might have come along, that Goldy Pond was truly just a hunting ground. He was also suspicious of what Minerva's true intentions were, considering why he was doing this in the first place. Since he didn't have a pen to unlock the door, and gave up even looking behind the door. It was only until Emma showed up he finally started believing in Minerva again.
Once the door in sight, Emma uses the pen to unlock the door, sending a signal to unlock it. Once unlocked and inside, the two discover a control room. Lucas is about to tell Emma until another door is discovered, causing the two to head in. Once inside, it's revealed that there is a pond, looking golden in color. Once Emma takes out her pen, it's finally discovered where the true Goldy Pond is: underneath the hunting ground. Emma begins to believe that the hunting ground wasn't always one, and questions how it became what it is.
Looking further beyond the pond, Emma and Lucas spot a "floating" island, and make an attempt to cross to it once discovering the water isn't tangible (in the sense that they won't get wet from it). Entering the building, another morse code for PEN is displayed near the elevator both Lucas and Emma believe will take them to the human world. Once inserting it into the slot, the elevator opens, but an error message is received on the port they placed the pen into. Before Emma can even process it, an old fashioned phone rings on a desk behind them, awaiting an answer.
- Although claimed to not be water, in the extra art at the end of the chapter it's shown that fish / aquatic life can sustain in the water.
- The reason why the temperature feels like spring when it's meant to be cold is because of the control room behind Minerva's door.