Years from now Baatar Jr finally visits Kuvira in prison. At first he doesn’t say anything to her and puts his hand up when she tries to speak. After about 5 minutes of silence Kuvira finally says, “what are you doing? Did you come here just to mock me of what I gave up? To force me to look at you and remember what I did to you as if it doesn’t painfully replay in my mind every moment I breathe?” After Baatar doesn’t answer, Kuvira shakes her head and gets up to leave.
"Wait." She stops when she hears his voice for the first time in years. "Yes… I did come to hurt you. I wanted you to feel my pain, feel my anger!" Kuvira let’s a tear slip as she stands there with her head turned away from him. "But you know what’s the sad part? I can’t do that to you." Kuvira’s head turns to him slightly as his voice got gentler. "Every morning when I wake up, I see the mechasuit pointed at me and I see the purple blast coming towards me and it’s as if I’m reliving that moment again and again.” Kuvira sat sideways on the chair as she continued to avoid eye contact with Baatar. “The nightmare I can’t escape. But you know what eases that nightmare?” When Kuvira realized Baatar was actually asking her she replies blankly with a tear rolling down her face, “what?” Baatar stands up and walks in front of her. She darts her eyes down to the ground before feeling his hand on her cheek. “You.” She looks up with a confused expression when he explains, “The last words you said to me. I love you, Baatar. Those words, your voice, it replayed over and over in my mind. That’s why I haven’t visited you after all these years, because I thought if I never saw you again, your last words to me would be ‘I love you’ and I didn’t wanna give you the chance to change it.” Tears filled his eyes as he said, “I also hoped that it was true.”
Kuvira then clasps her hand around his and says, “It was… and it still is.” He kneels down in front of her and says, “I haven’t fully forgave you just yet but I do want you to know that your hair is a mess, your face has aged and your skin isn’t as radiant…” before Kuvira could scoff at these comments he finishes, “yet you are still the most beautifulest woman I’ve ever seen in my life, and I would still choose you every time.”