"No." She hadn't meant it like that. "No, of course no one wants to get hurt. Only," she tried to better explain herself, "maybe that helps things make a little more sense - why humans are so very afraid of dragons. They are so easily broken. And dragons seem," she searched for the right word, "more resilient."
She twitched a little, not quite comfortable with her train of thoughts. "This is very hard," Era said honestly. "It's quite amazing, really, but I think I would like to be myself again. I do not wish to find out if human pain is truly comparable." This experience was overwhelming. She needed time and distance now to think it over. There was also the nagging fear that Emi wouldn't put her back. Era needed to see that her trust had not been misplaced.