How do they reproduce in The Promised Neverland?
The women trained to become Mamas are impregnated via artificial insemination. Since the kids at the farms are very different when it comes down to appearance, it is theorized that they have a sperm bank of a sort and a diverse gene pool (aka the "fathers").
When Isabella was around 19 years old and still in training, she became pregnant through artificial insemination and she would always sing the same song for her unborn child that Leslie, years earlier, played for her.
Babies born at Grace Field are taken away from their mothers at birth and are sent to live in a nursery at Headquarters for their first year of life, being cared for by the sisters.
The child was conceived during a one-night-stand between Gael Martinez and Isabella Tavez.
She then came to the shocking truth that Ray is in fact her biological son, a revelation that left Isabella in utter horror. Since Ray had figured out the truth behind the orphanage and the outside world, he proposed the idea of becoming her spy, which Isabella accepted.
After Ray also figured out that Isabella was his biological mother he offered to become a spy for her. He would secretly tell Isabella about the children's escape plans in exchange for small gifts.
Anna is a young girl with fair skin, light blue eyes and a rather petite build. She has long, straight blonde hair tied into twin braids, laid on her shoulders. She later cut her hair to about shoulder-length to save Ray, after which she began tying her hair in two short pigtails at the back.
Aged 19 she became pregnant by artificial insemination (something The Promised Neverland implies happens to all Mamas) and was forced to give up the child. She eventually realized that child was none other than Ray, and that she'd been unknowingly raising her own biological son as demon livestock.
Thanks to his natural ability, Ray was able to discover the secret of the orphanage and also that Isabella was his mother.
The three oldest children in the house are 11-year-olds: Emma, Norman, and Ray. They are also the smartest, scoring full marks on their tests every morning. One night, after the children had seen recently-adopted Conny off, Emma and Norman realize that Conny had forgotten something.
What does Isabella's Lullaby represent?
“Isabella's Lullaby” weaves throughout the story of The Promised Neverland, representing the quietly frightening, gently uplifting, and mercifully connected moments of life and death.
Being the oldest kids in Gracefield at 11 years old, the trio assume the responsibility as older siblings. Norman and Emma were often the last two standing during the game of tag which almost always resulted in Norman's victory.
Norman and Ray were “adopted” earlier in the year. Now it's Emma's turn. She is forced to become a Mama by Isabella.
Grandmother's name is revealed to be Sarah as shown in the letter Isabella passed to Krone. Her name is officially mentioned in Chapter 165.
Known to the orphanage's children as their "Mom", Isabella is a 31-year-old woman who takes care of everyone there.
Gilda's skills as a psychic spy lead her to two discoveries: a ghost in the museum and a packet of classified information in the cemetery. While she is running between her job, her new apartment, and family, she finds a dead drop message that might not be as safe as her recent investigations.
Ray Loved Emma
Ray enjoys and holds onto the time that he gets to spend with his friends. Once Norman leaves the orphanage, it is Ray who is the one that supports Emma. Both Ray and Emma led the revolution and helped the Grace Field orphans to escape. Alongside the help from Gilda and Don.
Norman discovers Ray is the traitor and Isabella's informant and confronts him about where his loyalties lie.
Emma Makes a New Promise at the Series' End
They realize that there are two worlds: a human and a demon one. In the process of finding a way to get to the human world, Emma and her friends discover that the reason why children are being fed to demons is the result of a "Promise" forged long ago.
Does Ray like Norman?
Ray. Growing up together for their entire lives, Norman has been best friends and brotherly figures with Ray.
Emma's relationship with Mujika was initially rocky, due to believing that all demons are evil.
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Emma is the main character of the series and one of the three oldest children living at Grace Field House. Like Ray and Norman, she is 11-years-old and consistently gets perfect scores during their daily exams.
Mama finds that Emma cut her left ear, and thinks back to what the children were wearing before leaving the house cause of the fire. Every child is safe outside, and we can see Ray with a towel on his left ear, hinting that he also cut his left ear and left it in the dining room to trick Mama.