Ray Tpn

Ray Tpn

Ray Tpn

Families belonging to Ray may be great at avoiding tragedies and living in the present, but they're also a lot of fun. They enjoy the same sort of activities they did in the past. They'll be the first to insist you live like you're a child again.



Ray did not suffer from childhood amnesia, and such, he remembered his life before he arrived at the orphanage; including being in his mother's womb, having the farm's tracker stapled into his ear, the infants being divided into groups of five, the human adults and demons in different facilities, and when he was sent to Grace Field House. As Ray grew up, he realized that there were inconsistencies between his own memories and the reality that spread before him in the orphanage, and eventually discovered the true purpose of the orphanage, the litany of tests, the gates surrounding the orphanage, and the numbers on his neck, the tracker inside their ears when he became literate.

With these newfound realizations, Ray started developing nightmares and intense feelings of guilt, pain, and loneliness. He wasn’t able to seek help in anyone and had to watch as his siblings were shipped off, while he and Mama were the only ones in the orphanage to truly know where they were going. He became depressed and stopped trying to find fake happiness, eventually becoming fed up with his burdens and bringing matters into his own hands. It’s shown that Ray cut open his ear to break the tracker, alerting Isabella, and setting his deal with her into action. Knowing he wouldn’t be able to save everyone was another reason why he was so insistent about only escaping with a certain amount of people. (Source: yakusokunoneverland.fandom.com)



Ray, Emma, and Norman eventually recruited Don and Gilda into the team as additional help and told them about the secrets behind Grace Field, Isabella, and the existence of Demons. Along the way, the five-faced obstacles and issues whilst working together, such as the interference of Isabella and Krone, suspicions of Gilda being on the enemies' side, and Don's unhappiness towards the limited trust Ray, Norman and Emma had on him and Gilda, whom they did not tell the entirety of their plan and motives to. The trio starts suspecting that there might be a traitor amongst the children, possibly Don or Gilda, who are working for Isabella, and Norman lays a trap to determine who the informant is by telling them the location of their ropes and that night.

During the next few days, Emma and Norman remained silent and secretive about Conny's death and the existence of demons. Ray noticed their suspicious behavior, as he one day followed the two to the orphanage's forest and demanded their odd behavior for the past few days. After the two let the cat out of the bag, Ray expressed how he also suspects Isabella and the orphanage. When Emma wanted to save every single orphan, it greatly bothered Ray as he viewed her goal to be impossible to achieve. Nonetheless, he joined the two and help in figuring out a way to escape from Grace Field. The three learned and gathered every piece of possible information about the outside world and to aid in their eventual escape which they could get. (Source: yakusokunoneverland.fandom.com)


Furthermore, he is very blunt and honest, as when Norman is trying to figure out a way to break it to Emma that Ray was the spy all along, Ray abruptly comes out with it before Norman has the chance. In some cases, he considers it a kindness to be blunt, rather than alleviate the truth or give people false hope. He was also motivated by cold logic and reason, and he figures the best plan for success is to take the smallest group possible, even if that group doesn't include himself. While he worked extremely hard for six years to make sure that Norman and Emma could escape safely, he had to sacrifice a great price, possibly his other siblings that were shipped out.

The following night, Norman inspects the rope locations with Ray, and by the process of elimination, accuses Ray of being the traitor. Although hesitant at first, Ray eventually confesses that he has been the spy who worked for Isabella behind his friends' back. When Norman questioned his motive, Ray explained how he already knew about the orphanage's secrets a long time ago, and how him serving his mother as her spy is all pre-planning for him and his friends' escape. Following a lengthy discussion about loyalty, Ray eventually agrees to side with Norman, but on one condition: they must give up the intention of saving everyone, but without telling Emma. Later, Ray reveals his duplicity to Emma, but she believes in his promise to still aid the escape. (Source: yakusokunoneverland.fandom.com)


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