The priest is still in the water, but his wound seems to be healing. The slave asks if he can wait to see how he feels. He says he doesn't know how to react if he keeps sleeping all the time. He tells the slave to rub the priest's wound with a cloth, but the slave says they can't allow the priest to bewitch him. The priest says he's just injured, and the slave points out that the priest is using his poor looking face to attract the priest. He also says that the slave needs to think about them, and that they're not going to let the priest bewitch them. He asks the slave not to tie the priest up, but to come back with him tomorrow and check his wound. He's worried that if he leaves the priest alone, the mosquitos will find him, and he'll be bitten by one of them. When the slave asks to be left alone, he says his arm is sore, and his butt is itchy. The mosquitos are going to find him and bite him, so he needs to go back and check the wound.