Saki figured that the Ogre did not posses Death of Shame in regard to other humans. But since she (the Ogre) grew among monster rats, she had to have a Death of Shame in regards to monster rats. Kiroumaru let himself be killed by the Ogre, and she died as a result of Death of Shame. Afterwards, Squera gave his reasons to rebel to Saki and Satoru. Squera was unjustly judged and horribly tortured by the humans. Saki and Satoru also learned that the monster rats were originally humans with no Power, who were genetically manipulated.
Episode 25 of From the New World was very good and powerful. My greater conclusion is that humans apparently learned little about respecting their kind. Humans made so many mistakes in the name of order, but they continued to be as arrogant as the doomed generations from the past. It would appear that the lessons from this rebellion would soon be forgotten because it was perpetrated by lesser beings. This episode gets a 9 out of 10.
In the final analysis From the New World was a series with an imaginative concept. It was very good at making the audience think about the benefits and disadvantages of humans having intelligence and power. I wish some things have been better fleshed out, but it was a very engaging experience throughout. From the New World has been my favorite anime series from the last two seasons because it was smart and often left me with something interesting to chew on. The general grade for the series is a 9 out of 10.