Listening to the girl's words, she understood. She knew what she was going through. It was easier to blame things on something you didn't get, something you didn't have. Cursing a family you didn't have, or wanting a parent you couldn't get. She knew what it was like to want something like that. But to be spared of images of your parents always disappointed, almost fearful of your failure even when you gave it your all. Well, she wished for a life where she was born alone in the world. Then maybe, she could make someone happy. But if that meant throwing the life she had now. It it meant losing Engetsu and Kaisaki, if it meant not having Chigetsu, all for a childhood, then it wasn't worth it. She would have to bear it all.
"Fifteen years." she would say after listening to her. A curse was nothing to be brushed off. "Fifteen years living in the wild. Not once did my parents try to reach out to me. Fifteen years later I returned home, their final words to send me away." She reached out to the girl, letting her hand rest on her shoulder, as her right lay on her own leg. "Sometimes, a family is nice. But not the one you are born into." She would nod, almost as if to say;
We're family now.
Coordination: B+ || Intelligence: C || Perception: B