The self-important outlaw Slim assures Logan, William, and Dolores that his boss, El Lazo (aka "the loop" in Spanish! SYMBOLS!), will give them all sorts of medical and social-emotional benefits for his safe return, and so they head toward Pariah, walking past a Union Army encampment that essentially acts as border patrol.
Once in the city, crows fly overhead -- in case you were in need of even more war and death symbolism. Meanwhile, on the ground, people are either having sex in carriages, dressed up like skeletons for Dia de Los Muertos (note: is this a Halloween tie-in?), or shooting things. As they take in the city, Ol' Dirty Bastard fan Logan mentions how, while some of the park feels like it was market-tested and "designed by committee," these parts on the outskirts are "raw."