Seeing into Bi-Han and Hanzo's past as children, and then later as adults. Bi-Han's reaction to the death of Hanzo, his family and their entire clan is more than understandable, because they were in the process of mending bridges and possibly rekindling a friendship. To drive that nail into the coffin, we have Bi-Han trying to convince Hanzo not to attack, confused as to what's going on, before getting into an heated fist fight. And then we have Bi-Han pleading with Hanzo to hear him out and listen to the truth. It all falls on deaf ears when Hanzo gets his revenge, impaling Bi-Han in the back and then ripping out his head and spine in the process.