Shu is not too fond of the Void ranking system since that means categorizing the students by usefulness. To make matters worse, the blockade gradually draws closer and the supply of vaccines starts running low. Yahiro and Arisa give Shu a list of the students in prioritization of vaccination, though Shu is opposed to this idea. Later, Shu is approached by Souta and other weaker students, who are afraid of being left behind after finding out about this list, asking him to draw out their Voids to use for training purposes, to which he complies. Hare is encouraged by Tsugumi to confess her feelings to Shu, but she refrains herself and comforts Shu instead, seeing that he feels troubled questioning his leadership. Shu later learns that Souta and other the weaker students left the school to look for the supply of vaccines instead of training, and he rushes to help them with his friends. The group is attacked by Daryl and the Anti-Bodies, and both Shu and Hare end up seriously injured. Hare uses her Void to heal Shu first, but it is broken by a helicopter shot before she is able to heal her own wounds. Shu wakes up just to find her lying dead beside him, horrified when the virus crystallizes and destroys her body when he takes her into his arms. An enraged Shu draws Inori's Void by force and destroys the Anti-Bodies with ease. Blaming Souta for Hare's death, Shu vents his rage by beating him and declares that he will implement the ranking system and become a ruthless king, something Hare did not want him to become.