After Aiden slashes Vivian with the silver knife, not knowing it was her in wolf form, they seek out an antidote from a pharmacist who just happens to be in league with Gabriel. The pharmacist gives Vivian the antidote but alerts Gabriel to her presence. Vivian is captured and placed in a cage in a liquor distilling factory. Gabriel has given up on his belief that Vivian is the one to fulfill a prophecy about a female loup-garou leading her people into an "age of hope and glory." Instead, he intends to have the two of them hunt each other. Suddenly, Aiden (who has been watching from a skylight) shoots Gabriel. In return, Gabriel's henchmen shoot at Aiden who falls, unharmed, through the skylight. Several rounds of gunfire ensue, shooting holes in some of the liquor vats, which begins spilling on the floor. Aiden lights a match and sets the liquor on fire. Gabriel attacks Aiden, but Vivian stops him from killing Aiden by holding a gun to his back. Gabriel tells her that, if she kills him, she will be just like the hunters who killed her family. Aiden tells Vivian to shoot Gabriel, but Vivian can't do it. Gabriel takes the opportunity to shift into wolf-form and turns on Aiden. Vivian then shoots and kills Gabriel. As the fire spreads, Aiden, Vivian, and the remaining loup-garous escape from the building before it explodes. In the final scene, Aiden and Vivian escape Bucharest in Gabriel's car. In a voiceover, Vivian says, "This is my city. These are my people. They believe in prophecies and destinies. I believe we make our own." Vivian turns to Aiden and asks, "Where are we headed?" "How about the age of hope?" Aiden replies. "Either that or Paris." Their car then passes under Bucharest's triumphal arch—Arcul de Triumf—and continues out of the city.