William is summoned before the Ishoo'se Aka'ny again. This time, however, he is there to explain an idea he has to help the warriors of Talo-Vy better defend the village. He is questioned by the Aka' as to the purpose and advantages of his idea. With each of his answers, William convinces more and more of the Aka' that his idea is a sound one. Even the Ka'yno, William's most vocal detractor, is eventually convinced that, perhaps, it's a good idea.