1- A: Turn it off.
A: Do it now. That's a direct order.
B: Well, you don't want to start a battle of the wills with me because you will emerge from that battle a broken man.
This dialogue is from an american sitcom. What does the marked phrase mean? I think it means after that battle you will be a broken man. But I can't understand the construction of the sentence.
I have researched "emerge from" on internet. I have found more interesting sentences. Still don't get the constructions though.
2- She emerged from the sea, blue with cold.
3- She emerged from the bedroom, a vision in cream silk.