Even better: the final image of the game in the DS version, in which Theodor and his parents watch over the earth from the second moon.
Cecil, having woken up after Titan brought the world down on the village of Mist, finds Kain nowhere in sight and the little girl who summoned Titan unconscious beside him. Feeling immense guilt for accidentally killing the girl's mother, he picks her up and heads to the nearby town of Kaipo, where the innkeeper lets them stay without paying (as the girl is in obvious bad shape). That night, Baron's guards arrive and demand the girl. Now, think about this: Cecil may be feeling guilty for what he did, but by all appearances, the little girl killed his best friend. It'd be hard to argue against handing her over, especially since this might restore his standing with the King of Baron. Refusing, on the other hand, would mean never going home again. Cecil doesn't think for two seconds before killing the entire detachment. He is not that sort of man.