Rachel Cole Alves was amazingly surprised to discovered that Frank Castle, The Punisher, can play the harp. She was even more surprised when Frank gave her a second WarHarp for Christmas. Frank was thinking about her and what's she's going through as a soldier dealing with the loss of her husband at the wedding reception years ago. So he paid a visit to Dr Hans Clyde, former assistant to the Late Dr. Jeffery MacDrillin who created the original WarHarp years ago, and paid him to create another WarHarp to give to Rachel for Christmas so she can try it herself if she likes to. He wants to show to her how he plays the harp, how he made up some songs, and tell her how the harp and his music helped him to relax between mob hits and bring healing to his wounds. He plans to play the harp in memory of his family. If Rachel's interested, Frank can teach her how to play the harp to help her soothe the weariness of the soldier, heal the wounds, rest from war, and do it especially in memory of her husband who was killed by a mob attack at her wedding reception years ago. As Frank played a sweet medley and sang a short but touching song to her, Rachel listened and became touched by Frank's new musical hobby and the motivation behind it. "Let me try it." she said. So Frank gave her the harp and taught her some chords and melodies. She played just a few notes... and that was enough for her to become hooked instantly. She takes her harp and produce a gentle medley quite like the medley Frank played when he first showed her his harp. Soon she was mimicking the relaxing music and songs Frank plays on his own harp from "The Punishing Triad" to that one little silly song sung to the tune of "Soft Kitty."
The two Punishers strum a duet together. The musical notes rose and entwine as they play in harmony and as one. Look! The Lyre of Justice and Punishment appears. Surrounded by the notes in adoration of it, the lyre plays a medley to teach Frank and Rachel a special song to play on their harps, one of duty, one of honor, one of bravery, one of courage to fight on to victory, and one of justice.