He looked to her, his eyes red from tears. She was too good for him. Even now she knows what will happen and still wants to help him, and offer her forgiveness, but how could he even be worthy of such a gesture?
"Unfortunately, I know how this all ends..." he said. "I refuse to kill Juris, and he will get free, one way or another. Such is the curse of infinity. He and Asura will see to it that I hang for this. For you. " he admitted. The others on the Grand Tribunal perhaps would care less, or be more merciful, but Time and Order were so close and affected by what had happened, he knew there was no way to avoid an execution.
"But...." he said. "If i can undo the unlocking of the scrolls, I may very well be able to save existence from itself. The Ancient One, the one locked in Southlake. He told me the words to unlock the scrolls, knowing it could not be undone. But if i were to take them before, perhaps i could bring them to the present, in its locked form, and prevent another cataclysm." he explained.
"Is that possible?" he asked, desperately wanting to do something to make up for what he had done. "I know i cannot change the past, but I can change the future."