Comic #740; Flora has finally managed to spit it out about her impossible pregnancy, and despite "Templar!Trace's" manipulations, Trace completely averts Mama's Baby, Papa's Maybe, telling her that he trusts her and believes her when she promises it's his child, even though she admits she doesn't know how it's possible it occurred.
Comic #748, with the parents-to-be engaging in some bonding.
Natani using his limited mana crystals to try and help Keith get some closure over Laura's death.
Keith's reaction to the Laura illusion is somewhere between this and Tear Jerker, especially because he knows that the spell will drain the life from him if he lets it go on too long.
Comic #802; Flora is worried that Trace is really only pretending to believe her and is actually emotionally torn. Cue the last panel showing that this isn't the case — Trace has so much faith in Flora that he hasn't the faintest doubt about her baby's parentage, and is in fact already trying to come up with a list of names for his future son or daughter.
Red and Sythe put their differences aside to take out Zen and Raine celebrates it so much that she returns to looking somewhat human. Also Red's general regard of Keidran's is brought up many times, but he still cares about her despite The Reveal.
Roderick, surprisingly, gets one with Kat. He orders her to clean up after him. She refuses. One: Roderick decides not to report the fact that Eric doesn't have her under a control spell (his brother would be the one in trouble, so no surprise there). Two: Roderick doesn't force Eric to put her under the spell (it's Eric's business and Kat's his slave, so, again, no surprise). Three: Roderick, a Templar warrior trained to kill Keidran, doesn't punish Kat (again, she belongs to Eric, so okay). Four: He doesn't even get mad at her (he gets mad at Eric for risking his neck like that) AND he compliments her for sticking up to him! Not only that, but he's happy that she did and is impressed by it. You would expect a Templar to kill a slave for speaking up like that. Again, the contradictions of good men in the slave industry runs deep in their veins. While Roderick is probably the worst of the two brothers, it seems he, like Eric, has some good in him. Just some.