Now that Rhian (Angel Locsin) has totally turned her back from the organization to live with her real parents, Franco (Paulo Avelino) reminisces on the times his childhood friend tried to enlightened her mind.
While releasing all the confusing thoughts and feelings through practice punching, a series of flashbacks showing Franco and Rhian’s conversations start to play. A lot of times, Rhian would try to imagine things with Franco such as the future and other possibilities. Rhian would often dream about what it’s like to live a normal life away from Tiyago’s (Tirso Cruz III) suffocating treatment and orders. Not only once did Rhian try to convince Franco to run away from the organization and come with her instead; saying they still have plenty of chances to start anew. Rhian would always knocks at Franco’s senses and asks him to stop patronizing Tiyago like a saint, as time will come, his life will be completely manipulated under Tiyago’s hands.
Yet, despite Rhian’s constant persuasion, Franco chose to remain devoted to Tiyago and the organization; simply because he and Armando (Art Acuna) are deeply indebted to their beloved ‘Heneral’.
But, Rhian’s current disappearance seems like troubling Franco’s mind. He goes out to unwind and catches Tiyago practicing his shooting skills. Franco accepts Tiyago’s dare of showing off his gun expertise and proves that he is a hotshot as well.
Tiyago is impressed and hints at passing the leadership post to him. Tiyago claims he doesn’t see anyone more apt of becoming the team’s commander other than Franco.
Franco becomes confused as he hears Tiyago utter ill words against Rhian and upon receiving the orders of killing the latter. He even gets more doubtful when Tiyago says he can sacrifice anyone’s life for the organization’s sake; even that of his own daughter’s.
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