"No one's going to die kid..." Takeshi mumbled, still looking straight ahead at the city. Glancing over his shoulder he smirked a bit, though it was more of an arrogant one than one of reassurance. "I'm not going to let anyone die, certainly not you two. These morons have no idea who they're messing with." He could clearly see Shu was upset from what he had said, but didn't have the time or patience right now to console him. He had no intentions of waiting on these two to get into the fight, he was eager to see just how much stronger he had become as a result of their training. What good would all of their work do if they never had any chance to test it? He missed the part about possibly leaving Shu, but that was false anyways, in reality he couldn't dream of abandoning the kid. As much as he made it seem like he hated him he enjoyed having Shu around. He made a great sparring partner, and as he became more tolerable Takeshi found he wasn't really all that bad. Sure, a bit hyperactive, but that wasn't anything he couldn't deal with. Grinning he looked down at his hand, flexing it into a fist before glancing skyward. "If anyone is going to die, it's going to be these idiots coming to our planet."
Yumi was honestly a bit unsettled, not liking how eager Takeshi was for the fight. What if they were outmatched and someone got hurt? It was possible, Shu had every right to be concerned and yet the older boy was just brushing it aside like it didn't matter. Looking at Shu sadly she offered a small smile, leaning down and patting his back. "He's right, no one is going to die. We've got eachother's backs on this. We'll keep eachother safe, that's all there is to it. Stop pouting Shu." She didn't like seeing him so upset, he was too nice to be talked down to like he had been. Yumi knew though he disliked even more when she and Takeshi fought, so telling him off or arguing with him was a big no in this case. When it came down to the fight anyways, she made a bet, Takeshi would gladly welcome having some help, no matter what he said now.