In some sort of abandoned shack, Nora is assembling... things. It kind of looks like she's making a bong, but eventually it takes the shape of a makeshift gun. But it only has a range of a foot, and the warden knows what both Nora and Miles look like. Charlie volunteers to take out the warden. Miles doesn't believe she can do it. He says she'll choke rather than shoot someone in the face over a gun. Charlie climbs way up on her moral high horse and starts speechifying about how she's going to do it for the slaves down there, and asks Miles and Nora, "What the hell's wrong with you?" To start, I bet they've had precious little sulking-with-my-box-of-memories time over the last decade and a half, princess. Nora gives Miles a WTF look, and when Charlie asks what she needs to do, straps the gun to her wrist.
The slaves are picking up their traces when Charlie just comes wandering out of the woods. A guard tells her to drop her bow, and she raises her hands and says she was hunting. The guard brings her over to the warden and Charlie flashes back to the hungry guy threatening to snap her neck if the Charlie's mom didn't give them all the food. Ben comes outside and points a gun at the hungry guy. He slowly releases Charlie and takes the wagon of food. Ben tells the man to stop and threatens to shoot him. The man walks away with their food, and Ben doesn't shoot. Ah.
The warden, up on his horse with the rifle, asks Charlie where she's from. In her flashback, Charlie's mother shoots the hungry man in the back. In the present, Charlie shoots the warden dead in the chest. He drops the rifle and the guard and Charlie wrestle for it. Nora and Miles come out of the woods to help. There is more swordfighting as Charlie and the guard wrestle over the rifle. She gets control of it and blows the guard away. Hurrah! Moral high ground ceded!
And the aftermath. Miles concedes that Charlie handled herself well, and she gets all emotional about how she killed two people and that "things shouldn't be like this." Yeah, well, they are. Again, you'd think someone who's grown up with this as the only world she knows would be better adjusted to it.