Rhian (Angel Locsin) runs after Tiago (Tirso Cruz III) who is trying to escape through his private boat. Despite enduring a leg injury, Rhian holds on to her fighting spirit and chases Tiago by driving a jet ski. A shoot-out happens in the sea. Rhian slays Tiago’s men until the boat comes to a stop and only Tiago is left inside. She jumps off the water to climb up the vessel while Tiago waits for her presence, ready to attack anytime.
Tiago shoots Rhian, breaking the latter’s stance. Tiago calls Rhian his daughter, the puppet he created and molded with his own desire for power. Even at the last moments, Tiago still attempts to play at Rhian’s weakness – her emotions. He insists that Rhian’s life was patterned after his own; hence, the certainty that she would not manage to escape from a life of wickedness. Tiago makes Rhian feel bad by telling her that her desire for justice and goodness is nothing but an illusion; and even his death will not fulfill Rhian’s wish to be with her family. “Hindi ka na magbabago. Anak pa rin kita,” Tiago asserted.
Tiago’s last words inflames Rhian’s wrath. She grabs Tiago and begins beating him up – in behalf of all those who suffered under his ruthless hands – until he is completely bloodied and almost running out of breath.
Tiago begs his ‘daughter’ to finish him off, still assuming that calling Rhian his child would stir her conscience. But, Rhian decides to let Tiago suffer in jail.
However, Rhian sees Tiago take a grenade from his pocket. Pushed to her limits, she takes the grenade form Tiago’s hands and pulls its pin. Too crippled to make a move, Tiago simply screams out at his imminent death.
Rhian jumps off the water just in time before the grenade explodes. Rhian still has the will to live but her body appears too frail to continue fighting. While Rhian is floating on the waters with eyes shut, a flashback shows recollecting her life as Dianna Guerrero, Rhian Bonifacio, and Arabella de Leon.
The series of flashbacks is coupled with Rhian’s voice-over narrative. Her journey was established at the sea referring to the pilot episode where her mission at the West Philippine Sea has drove her off the shores of Barrio Santo Francisco where she met Sabel (Maricel Soriano) and Elai (Arjo Atayde). All her life, Rhian has always perceived that skills and abilities measure her worth as a person. But no matter how much she tried to excel, Rhian knew there was an empty spot in her heart that she struggled to fill in; a thirst she failed to quench simply because she didn’t know what was lacking. Now that she fully understands her heart’s true desire, Rhian hopes it is not yet too late for her to start over again.