Kita eyed Max carefully when he used a bit of sarcasm in his last statement. Did he really mean that? She somehow felt as if it was a hint to urge her to run away whilst she still could. This made her feel quite unsettled as she once again looked out the window and into the distant skies. Kita spoke to Max without turning back to face him, not really wanting him to see the truth in her eyes.
"Even if I did want to escape, how could I? I could not use my telekinesis anymore and my movements are limited to an invisible barrier. If I killed you, then the whole town will be hunting me and my kind. I would rather just die here than bring trouble to my village. I got myself into this and I'm willing to accept the consequences" said Kita gloomily as if her fate had already been sealed. She remembered how her brother would tell her that humans loved torturing demons. The catgirl cringed at that thought and her ears dropped down in sadness. Spending the last of her moments here with Max...she liked it more than what was coming to her.
The catgirl plucked up the courage to speak again, trying to hold back a tear. "Max, can I ask you a favour? If I am sentenced to death and you run into my kind, please don't let them know that you met me?" said Kita before she realised that it was meaningless. If Max did run into the others, he would capture them too. But at least they would think she was still alive and did not suffer the same fate. She could only hope that they were not as naive and gullible as her.