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Darrow is haunted by the bodies he left behind in space from their latest battle. He is unable to sleep because when he closes his eyes he sees their bodies floating to no where. He decides to go to the mess hall to satisfy his hunger.
He walks through the halls, past Oranges and Blues and ponders their jobs on his new ship. Could they overload the panel if they really wanted to? He dismisses this thought and continues to the dining hall where he finds someone as sleepless as himself. Mustang.
At first, they make small talk about Mustang's research while Darrow was away at the Academy. Then conversation turns toward the topic of Mustang and Cassius. She confesses to Darrow that she did not do it out of love, but out of protection for him and her family.
It is at this moment that tears begin to weld in Mustang's eyes. She confesses to Darrow she wants nothing bad to happen to him; she cares for him too much. Darrow attempts to make her feel better, but she only states more truth; Darrow is not invincible.
Mustang grows quiet. She warns Darrow to not trust her twin, the Jackal, for he is an animal. Instead of human, he sees bone and meat, no one exists to him. Darrow grows defensive saying he needs her brother; however, Mustang throws him her lopsided grin and tells him that he only needs her.
When Darrow returns to his suite, he is greeted by a conniving Jackal who wants to discuss their agreement. They agree Pliny must go and then they must, "Dan the flames. Spread the war. Win it. Take the spoils." Only condition Darrow has: Mustang cannot be hurt. The Jackal points out he won't hurt her, but Darrow may.
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