In the face of adversity, they stand firm. They aren’t terrorized by human bigotry that thrusts conventionality upon their right of choice–their right to love. Advocated by their supporters’ unabating faith, they flourish–never surrendering because true love doesn’t waver–it doesn’t bend–it doesn’t sway–their love is a stone; petrified material which frightens those who fail to comprehend its depth; those who are intimidated by their love. For it is a love which wields honesty, exercises sincerity, and never yields to the command of the unjust. True love is Kaisoo, and they thrive in us.
So, Scourge was feeling horrible about himself. Fiona tried to comfort him, but he slapped her. She left, and he regrets it. He ties her yellow ribbon and invades a temple holding the "Master Beryl" in order to become Super. However, R splits his soul from his body and petrifies everyone to stone. Anything missing?