Rem quietly breathes out and regards that encounter for a moment. How divine beings wash against each other, their presences clashing against one another. Attempting to exert power upon one another by virtue of their being... was conflict inevitable? She would like to think not.

She does assist through the camp; and she understands that acceptance can't be had in a single day. She understood that long before she became a goddess, and she doesn't expect that to change just because she has attained divinity -- no, even, that she doesn't want it. There are so many examples where instant acceptance winds up being quite false...

But those smiles spur her onward. If these people have something to believe in, then she'll encourage that, even if it's not her own beliefs. Because letting people choose what they wish to believe in on their own is core to her own principles.

She hears Ming and Po's reports, though, and how local families have been receiving long-unseen family members and those with unsavoury pasts; she reassures them that she'll assist where she can - some people need some help to overcome their pasts, and others other kinds of encouragements.

But the next morning has come...

"Starislav. You said that you had a plan... so I will let you take the lead on this one, and assist you where I can, if that is all right?" Rem asks, as they wait at the designated place.