The scene opens to Amalthea standing in the building that Daedalus and Aristaeus were in the past Act/Scene, looking around warily.
A few women come up to Amalthea.
WOMAN 1: Congratulations.
AMALTHEA, turning distractedly: Hmm?
WOMAN 1: On your marriage.
AMALTHEA: Oh. Pause. Thanks.
WOMAN 2: Are you ready to spend the rest of your life with someone?
AMALTHEA, staring at the woman, emotionless: I...I suppose.
WOMAN 2: Well, that's good.
The women walk away, leaving Amalthea alone. Amalthea walks to a nearby seat and sits, closing her eyes in frustration. After a few seconds, she stands up, unable to bear the anxiety of getting married to Daedalus. Angered, she grabs a knife off one of the dinner tables and rushes outside.
Medomai enters the room, glancing around. He has a highly analytical expression and a stiff walk as he goes further inside. He turns to the nearest person, who happens to be Daedalus.
MEDOMAI: Do you know where Amalthea is?
DAEDALUS: Of course. She's right over there. He gestures vaguely to a side of the room, then looks in the direction to see if he's correct. Amalthea is nowhere to be seen. Or not.
MEDOMAI: Do you know where she could be?
DAEDALUS: I think she's out for a walk.
MEDOMAI, with a frustrated expression: Alright, I'll go look around.
DAEDALUS: If you find her, could you bring her inside? I need to talk to her.
MEDOMAI, after a pause: Of course.
Aristaeus doesn't notice Medomai, so he isn't confused about how he's "come back to life."
Medomai turns quickly, rushing outside to find Amalthea kneeling by the door, knife in hand.