Now let's look at a different Tower, this time signified by Shiva’s Axe. The main obstacle here is to find the correct pattern of platforms to reach the end. Every three steps will cause the large, moving statues to swing their axes. If you make a wrong move, you're thrown off the platform and have to try again. The visual of the axes is reminiscent of what Shiva stands for, that of removing yourself of old attachments, or as Nadine says, “bad habits”. In this case, you could interpret this as Nadine refusing to let go of her attachment to shoreline and indirectly, her father. So now, the same cutscene carries a slightly different meaning due to the trials beforehand. Now, we view this scene as Nadine attempting to justify her iron grip on Shoreline, not wanting to let it go.