As the morning rises, fire engulfs the home of Lady Seymour. The women do not know it yet, but their lives are in mortal danger.
Isabel wakes to find out she's surrounded by smoke. She knows she must help Lady Seymour and save herself.
Lady Seymour and Isabel struggle to pick up a heavy crate containing Lady Seymour's belongings.
While they cannot save Lady Seymour's belongings, they manage to save pictures of Lady Seymour's deceased husband and letters from him. Lady Seymour crumbles to the floor as she is hit by debris.
Help! We must find shelter!
Since the bells were melted by the rebels for cannons, they cannot warn anyone about the incoming fire, which leads to many deaths.
The bells, where are the bells? Why don't the bells ring alarm?
You're safe ma'am.
Isabel heroically manages to save Lady Seymour and herself from the building. Resigned to defeat, however, Isabel must go to the Lockton house to save Lady Seymour. Everything in her life was being destroyed, like Lady Seymour's home.