Leuvis the time when he fought Yugo, Lucas and their friends from Glory Bell. As he is experiencing the same enthusiasm he had when he fought Emma. Leuvis ambushed Emma and her team who hid in a building, as they battled out. Adam joined the fight soon after.
The chapter starts with Leuvis remembering when he hunted Lucas' squad and expresses his enjoyment of hunting worthy prey. He thinks about how Emma who he is hunting in the present are what he has been waiting for this whole time.
In a flashback, Emma explains her belief that the demons' regeneration may been a conscious process because of how Leuvis hadn't regenerated his hand until he broke into the house. Ray supports this by theorizing that regeneration may have some kind of handicap.
Leuvis ambushed Emma's hiding place within the building, as Emma and her team constantly shoot Leuvis with rifles. The fight was soon brought outside as the team struggled in shooting the demon in his middle eye. Leuvis, who was weakening due to his age, nevertheless fought relentlessly as he showed no signs of stopping. A massive piece of dismantled rubble was soon thrown at Leuvis, who the latter barely got hit with, the person who threw the rubble revealed to be Adam, as he joined the fight while chanting Norman's farm number "22194" repeatedly.
- In the first page of this chapter, in Yugo's flashback, he was seen holding his dead friend in his arms with a terrified look on his face―this is a reference to Ilya Repin's famous painting "Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan on November 16, 1581", or simply "Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan".
- Furthermore, in Issue 28 of Shounen Jump Manga, Kaiu Shirai commented how he view the painting as "damaged" and loves it, saying how expressive it is. Hence including the painting's pose into Chapter 91 of the Manga.