As he started to leave, she could feel her annoyance rise further, and she didn't even see what fell out of the bag as it rolled under the sofa. Instead she followed him, continuously yelling at him, not letting him get away.
'You've seen what some of them can do,' she corrected them. 'Have you not seen what some people can do, too?' she asked, her face close to his as she urged him to see sense. 'Humans started this bloody war, humans have kept it going, humans kill each other - would you call humans a dark creature too? Would you prefer the ministry to keep track of us? Should not perhaps Centaurs or some other creature keep us under control so that we could do no harm?' she asked, her voice still upset.
'You're being stubborn and unreasonable, and my neck is perfectly alright. I even offered Sanguini to feed off me when he needed it the most and he turned me down because he couldn't bare to think of me as food. I just know Jander feels the same way - and yet you're judging them both without having met either!'