Once completed, Prince (alongside with the entirety of the Lunarians standing behind him) will tell Phos that the task reached completion and asking for the reward. Phos, smiling, will tell him that he never promised anything of the sort. However, before the Prince and the Lunarians can object in protests of their own assumptions, Phos will smile back at them and put his hands together in a sign of "gratitude" and trigger the send-off for the Lunarians to the afterlife. Prince, confused, will ask him "Why?". Phos will simply tell them, still smiling, that they still obliged with his request even without anything promised to them, making it a "selfless act by their own free will for the sake of someone else". Prince, confused for a moment, realizes the meaning, smiles, and greet Phos farewell as he dissolves alongside with the rest of his people and the city they lived in. However, in absolving the Lunarians, Phos loses his only way back home to the Land as no lunarian vessel or technology exist anymore. Phos won't mind it, as he accept this outcome as a punishment for his own actions which caused everyone so much suffering beforehand and acknowledge this as a chance of redemption for all of them, as he enters his own self-imposed exile on the moon in complete isolation (and sitting in a lotus-formation in the pale moon dust). Smiling, eyes closed, and completely content.