Elsewhere in the city, a young brother and older sister ran though the streets of the city of Tokyo. Pursuing them were the most hideous and immoral of demons that even a disturbed mind such as Schadenfreudes could hardly ever imagine. As the Heishigi seemed now to be coming from all directions, the two siblings dashed down an alleyway, the bloodthirsty Heishigi following closely after. At the dead end of the alleyway, the sister held her brother close, telling him to close his eyes as she did the same, and they waited for their brutal deaths that were about to come at the hands of the 6 Heishigi...which never came.
Out of thin air, Schadenfreude manifested, cracking up. "Eager little fuckers arent you? Dont you know that without these annoying insects begins such as me and you are nothing?" he asked the Hesihigi. A rhetorical question, and the 'annoying insects' being the entire human race. The Heishigi stood still for a moment, confused about the nature of the supernatural being whom had appeared tight in front of them "No, I am not like you. I have much more important of a purpose." Schadenfreude said, which he had always believed was the difference between him and demonkind. The Haishigi cared little, though, for Schadenfreude was in between them and their victims, but their attacks led them only into the darkness from which they had came. Schadenfreude had only to unload on them, blasting at them in the head, the chest, the crotch area, and all over. "Now, return to your home. You know, dark, fiery, gnashing of teeth and the worm never dies. I am not sure what this means, but you get what I am trying to get across." Schadenfreude laughed, as he now stood over the bloody corpses of the Heishigi, smoke still lingering in the air, and two scared Japanese children now standing behind him, probably now thinking he was a hero. "Well crap, what do I do with you two?" Schadenfreude said, now realizing he had taken up a responsibility. He cared little for human beings, but he needed to figure out if there was any resistance or demon hunters who were still fighting for the city. "Do either of you speak english?" he asked, smiling. The silence of the two was a message he took as 'no.'