Harokar: I’m not asking you any… any details, but I need to know honestly – what you told them.
Favin: I said we’re knights of the Order. And I told them our last location – where we were before where we were when …
Har: Ah, I see. It’s all right.
Fav: I never thought you’d come for me. Not that you’d let me down – I thought it was impossible.
Har: It would have been but for Nerena. And I’ll tell you straight away, she hasn’t returned and most likely won’t.
Marsol: I brought your spare clothes.
Mar: You alright?
Mar: Is it about Nerena?
Mar: Did you really allow her to come with us in disguise?
Fav: (tries to say “yes”, but it turns into a sob)
Mar: Why didn’t you tell me?
Fav: It was a stupid and selfish thing to do. And you’d have told me so.
Favin: Val, I should have said this earlier. But when – I thought… I knew… I wouldn’t live to… tell you… The Lord gave me another chance. And at what a prize. I’m so sorry. I just need you to know. I love you as woman and as a friend and as a human and as a soul.
Valea: Are you… serious?
Fav: I’m so sorry, never wanted to scare you.
Val: You couldn’t possibly scare me any worse than you did those past few days.
Fav (whispering): Do it.
Greio: Harokar says you wanted to see me?
Fav: I’m sorry. About Ner…
Gre: Don’t. Just don’t.
Gre: Can I go?
Fav: Greio – I know you think you owe me your life. Stop that. We’re even. I owe you one, too.
Gre: You see, Kaana, this whole concept of debt, it doesn’t work. I know, shouldn’t be mad at Favin – it wasn’t his fault really. But I couldn’t bring myself to forgive him. I was glad when he was sent home to try and recover enough to be of any use again. I’m still glad I don’t have to see him – or his wife for that matter.
Gre: And this is my story. Do you still want to be part of it?
Ka: But I already am.