The Lahmu remove the Grail from Kingu’s body, declaring him obsolete. Kingu flees while one of the Lahmu goes to deliver the Grail to Tiamat. He is then cornered in the forest and prepares to meet his end when one of the Lahmu turns on the others, destroying them while being mortally wounded itself. The Lahmu, which is Siduri, mistakes Kingu for Enkidu and tells him how everybody in Uruk grieved over his death. As Siduri passes away, Enkidu’s old memories are triggered, causing much confusion and despair for Kingu. Ritsuka and his Servants pursue the Grail but are stopped by Ushiwakamaru, who has been corrupted by Tiamat. While they are able to hold off Ushiwakamaru, she fulfills her mission in delaying them long enough for the Grail to reach Tiamat. Gilgamesh warns that with the power of the Grail, Tiamat has begun spreading her black mud across Mesopotamia, which will mutate any living creature into one of her minions on contact. If left unchecked, all of human civilization will be engulfed and destroyed. With no other options available, Ritsuka and his Servants decide to attack Tiamat directly to stop the spread of the black mud.