When he discovers the truth about the orphanage with Emma, he teams up with her and Ray to devise a plan to escape. Norman is, however, forced to be shipped before his 12th birthday, and he sacrifices himself and accepts his fate of inevitable death to let his family escape.
Also question is, who is the traitor in promised Neverland?
Ray intimidates Norman. The following night, Norman inspects the rope locations with Ray, and by the process of elimination, accuses Ray of being the traitor. Although hesitant at first, Ray eventually confesses that he has been the spy who worked for Isabella behind his friends' back.
Subsequently, question is, does Isabella die in the promised Neverland?
Chapter 177 of The Promised Neverland saw Isabella take a fatal wound from a demon in order to protect Emma and the other kids, and unfortunately she did not survive the attacks. Many feel that the death itself was forced and seemingly out of nowhere as a way to cram one final big moment in before series ends.
Is Emma from the promised Neverland a girl?
According to Kaiu Shirai, he made Emma as the female protagonist because the first antagonist of the story is also a female, hence the thought that the mother-daughter relationship between the two would make the story "more interesting".
Does Norman Love Emma?
Norman's love for Emma inspires him to follow her idealistic ideals, and as so he becomes determined to escape with all of his siblings despite it seeming impossible.