1492. Kings travel to Barcelona to negotiate with the devolucion ambassadors of Roussillon and Cerdagne. Fernando (Rodolfo Sancho) looks to the Mediterranean to Italy. A new phase in the draft state construction has been launched. Fernando leaves the Royal Palace Mayor after a hearing. When you have to mount his horse, a man, Juan de Canamares, it emerges from the crowd. With a sword tip hit him in the back that produces a deep wound in the neck. Although Fernando recovers after has been feared for his life, this unexpected contact with death causes a serious reflexion in Elizabeth, who begins to plan for the future. For the first time he is aware of the fragility of all, the certainty of death, the problem of their heritage and the need to ensure the future of their children and their kingdoms. Again the old idea of the two crowns for one head emerges. And what disturbs my queen is the certainty that remains today much to do and not know how long ahead.