Emma and the children have finally escaped the House and now head to the place indicated on the pen Norman gave them. But on their way, a large, wild demon attacks the group…
The children's saviors turn out to be demons named Mujika and Sonju. The pair claims that their religion forbids them from eating humans. Emma and Ray visit Sonju, intending to ask about what happened to humans thirty years ago.
Emma and the group learn the necessary skills to survive in this world from Mujika and Sonju. Back on their own, the children traverse a wasteland in search of a place called "B06-32."
Without warning, the shelter's phone begins to ring, echoing through the halls. Emma hesitantly answers and finds that it is William Minerva. Meanwhile, in an underground room at the farm headquarters, a deal is made…
Emma and the other escapees manage to survive the attack on the shelter. Now they have settled in an abandoned temple a short ways from a demon town. Unlike the shelter and Grace Field House, here there is a limited supply of food.
Norman, thought to have been shipped, stands before Emma and Ray. It is a reunion they never dreamed of, and they embrace tearfully. Norman reveals his plan to create the future Emma wants, where the children can live happily.
Though Emma pleads with him, explaining she has no wish to eradicate the demons, Norman is set in his decision and deaf to her arguments. To resolve their dispute, Emma proposes a deal.
Norman, seized by coughing, spits up blood. He lied about not being experimented on when he was at Lambda. With the time he has left, Norman reunites with Emma in order to create a world where she and the children can live in peace.
Norman has begun executing his plan without waiting for Emma. When Emma, Ray, and Sonju appear, Norman is hesitating to kill Vylk and his grandchild, but he tells them that they are too late and that the plan is already in motion.
Vincent reveals his plan to enter the farm. After hearing this plan, Peter reconfigures the security to prepare for the intruders. Meanwhile, the shipment of children from the house has been set in motion, and Phil has already arrived.
As Emma extends her hand to Peter and says, "Let's be free," he shows a calm expression, but realizes his true fate. The children finally arrive at the gate leading to the human world, where they hope to pass through.
Emma, Norman, and Ray figure out that there may be a traitor among the children, an informant for Mom. As Norman attempts to solve this mystery, Emma notices something strange about Gilda.
As Norman confronts the traitor, Emma and Gilda are keeping a watchful eye on Mom, and discover that she disappears somewhere, every night at eight o'clock.
Discussions for the escape plan continue, and Emma introduces Ray and Norman to someone. Meanwhile, Don and Gilda take a dangerous risk.
The children gain a powerful ally, but they need to be careful with this person. Who knows what this person could be plotting behind the children's backs?
Ray will attempt to distract Mom while Emma and Norman go to inspect the wall. Gilda and Don are keeping a watchful eye on Ray, but will everything go smoothly?
As Emma steps down from moving the escape plan forward, a new shipment date is announced earlier than expected, and someone will get shipped before Ray.
Emma loses yet another ally and friend, and in the brink of despair, Mom pays her a visit in the infirmary.
Ray and Emma haven't spoken to each other for nearly two months. With Ray's shipment approaching, have they really given up? In the midst of despair, Emma finds Ray in the library.
What lives inside these woods? Find out during the return of The Promised Neverland. Season 2 premieres this Saturday night at 1:30a!