Driven by the desire for vengeance, Saal aka Abdul Waajid (Sid Lucero) continues to spy on Dante (Rommel Padilla), the soldier who killed his father in a skirmish. Saal listens to his wrath and forgoes Yasmin (Irma Adlawan)’s pleas to avoid violence. He shots Dante in front of the hotel he’s staying at in Mindanao; and then drives away. Fortunately, a security alerts Dante, so he managed to duck and save himself. Minda (Mickey Ferriols), on the other hand, is slightly wounded.
At the safe house, Yasmin scolds Fatima (Nikki Valdez) for prompting Saal to pursue the enemy. She also lashes out at her son and worries that Saal’s efforts might be put to waste once he gets identified by the authorities. But her anger turns into compassion as Saal cries to express his frustrations.
Not long after, Saal leaves the hideout to meet with Nasir (Zeppi Borromeo), an acquaintance who he knows could help him get rid of the CCTV footages in the hotel. Nasir surprisingly acts strange and he even mocks Saal for his recklessness. It turns out the Nasir has already sided with Saal’s rival, Aquil (Kiko Matos), leader of another faction.
Aquil enters the scene with a gun. He says a Congressman ordered him to kill Saal. The latter manages to fight back. Aquil gets killed and Nasir is able to escape. Before taking his last breath, Aquil imprecates Saal’s victory.