Viral wasn't looking like he was going to be very happy with them taking him in like this with no explanation, especially when he had entered the tent only to find Nera there. He wasn't gone for that long, what had she done with his Enkidu and what was she doing pretty by herself without any real explanation to how she got there in the first place either. It was obvious that he didn't agree with her being there, he hadn't wanted her to find where he was heading, especially faster than he had managed to. If she knew where the place was then she should had told him and even went ahead and said what exactly he was looking for, but of course she was probably too selfish for that too. Oh well, he wasn't going to let it get to him, he couldn't let her win and have her smugness go through the roof as her head inflated to the size of a Gunman, he was better than that and a better person than she was; although, it still was pretty nasty for her to have to put him through all that and make him look like a fool. Giving her a quick yet dismissive look, he walked over to seat that was spare and simply stood over it, probably because he didn't want to be seen as the submissive one in this whole 'capture and interrogation', although it seemed as if it wasn't going to be an interrogation at all.
Not letting the fact that this guy had multiple names for himself bother him, although it seemed to be strictly a weird human thing to do that, he did listen to what he had to say. Just what were they getting at with this whole 'not rogues' thing anyway, they were rogues and that was all there was to it; if they didn't have any connection to the Government or society at all, then they were rogues. He grumbled lowly at that, they had no reason to think they were of higher value than the vagabonds and beggars that roamed society, the only difference was they had guns and some strange cult-like following of other humans. He hadn't really seen other Beastmen around here, just how many of them were left was something he didn't know, but the thought of that was more interesting than what the guy was on about, whatever his name was again. Throughout the entire time he had spent back on the planet, he still didn't know what was happening between the citizens and the Government. Grumbling at his lack of understanding of the entire thing, he gripped the chair hard as his frustration surged as he waited for the man to finish speaking.
It was about time that he took the reins here, he wasn't going to be pushed around by some stupid humans carrying toys from centuries passed, "You and everyone else on this damn planet has wanted me in their presence countless times and you think you're special just because you found me? I did not come here because I wanted to, but the circumstances that have managed to bring me here are those that not only you can answer for me, but any idiot on your little rebel faction can tell me!" he started off, his voice already coming out of his usual Captain-like demeanour and reverting into his state of old, "What makes you think you're special? Did I ask what you wanted? I'm not doing a damn thing until I get a better understanding of this planet's state and why humans are killing each other again! I don't care what you want with Dai-Gurren, they don't even carry any of the morals the original Dai-Gurren did that I tried so many times to destroy before in the past! Just what is the Government doing that's making you humans revert into a savage plague upon this planet again? Is that all I was called to this planet for? To get permission to let a bunch of children with weapons into the Dai-Gurren's alliances? It better not be for the sake of your hide..."