"My standing with Hyougagakure no Sato remains the same, I hate it, I will go nowhere near it, and my reasons for tolerating its existence lessen as time moves on."
Kanna halted all movement; no longer rubbing her overly disgusting belly but remaining motionless as Sora poured two glasses, one for himself and one for her. Refusing the liquid she knew to be alcohol by the stench it displayed, the Lady stared blankly when a damned cigarette flitted between his pert lips. ""You have more to speak, do continue," she said in a monotone voice that was creepy yet superior in some fashion.
"But I sense there is more to this question than simple curiousity, what does that place have to do with your visit here? What wrongs do you now seek to right?"
An eerie smile overcame her lips as a darkened laughter filtered throughout the room both her and Sora were standing in; the laughter even making the pain-ridden woman cringe in fear of such a chuckle. And suddenly, it stopped just as Kanna grabbed the glass she had previously ignored and threw it at the woman, dousing her fresh wounds with alcohol that made her scream in agony once more. Though it was not nearly as delightful as Sora had made her scream, it was still a nice sound that she reveled in and her hues focused on her long time friend -one she truly cared about and desired nothing short of protecting- then became intimately close with him where she petted his white hair with her pale fingertips.
"My dearest Sora," she began only to pause as she briefly gazed at the woman, "I am angry at the world, angry at what has become of society, and even moreso as to what our motherland has fallen into. No wrongs can I right alone but I am not here to ask for you hand in comradeship against Hyougagakure, not yet, however..." she paused again, locking her gaze onto the woman obviously wrought with unbelievable pain, "My hunger is a voracious passion, Sora-kun but I do not wish to consume your plaything... Come play with me outside your manor."
With that said, she flashed her hungry eyes at her friend before quickly using Shunshin to leave and appear some two-hundred meters away from his manor. Now, she used Merit Badge to alter her appearance; reflecting herself as she was as a child, pure and innocent. Shorter white hair with bangs swept over her forehead now adorned her slightly alabaster features while her body was draped in a solid white kimono she wore the first time she met Sora, even the blood stains were apparent on the silk material but she bore no wounds. A child, she now was, but only in appearance for her mind had grown and her heart no longer rested in her chest. Stoic as the wallflower she had always been, Kanna remained still and silent, awaiting Sora's accompaniment.