I'm so sorry Hazel, I wish things could be different.
Step 6 (Conflict 3 & 4)
I'm sorry Hazel, but I can't do that.
Go on without me.
I've been waiting for you Hazel... and you Delphina.
First Scene: Hazel completes her deal with Delphina and exchanges her glorious world of color for Delphina's guidance. Second Scene: After the exchange, Delphina and Hazel escape to the woods where they encounter a gray, a monster. Hazel desperately struggles to defeat the gray, but with the aid of Delphina, succeeds.
Step 7, 8,and 9
I'm so proud of you, Hazel.
First Scene: Delphina comforts Hazel when she wants to give up after nearly failing to defeat the gray. Second Scene: While continuing their journey, Hazel and Delphina are confronted at the gates of the Palace of Light by a guard, or rather Amber, who looms as an obstacle. There to impede Hazel and Delphina.
Step 10, 11, and 12
I'm so sorry Hazel, please forgive me.
Arriving in the great hall of the Palace of Light, Hazel and Delphina are greeted with the horrific scene of Mr. Walters, the High Priest, grinning next to the bodies of his fellow jury members. Cadavers that met the fatal,sickening grin of Mr. Walters.
I'm so sorry, Amber. I was selfish and-
First Scene: Delphina is brutally murdered by Mr. Walter in cold blood. Hazel is almost murdered, but Amber saves her. Second Scene: Hazel and Amber reconcile after Hazel admits her selfish actions and regrets them, and Mr. Walter is murdered.
No, I'm sorry Hazel.
First Scene: Hazel and Amber release their parents, the grays, and Berallium city from the control of the Jury. Hazel mends her bond with her mother. Second Scene: The Peterson family, with Hazel carrying Delphina stride along the fields into the no longer encased Berallium city.
Hazel sits next to Delphina's grave in the freed Berallium City, writting her goodbye, and missing her absence. One must be at peace with their thoughts and family to candidly see the worth of the world, not just themselves.