[ Hei's read that book cover to cover; he knows what she needs to remember and she won't have it, not if it means turning someone new (not if it means turning Hei). With only a small amount of reluctance, Hei steps in, speaking up fully for the first time. He had to spare her some of the pain. His conscious, fool thing that it was, wasn't liking it. Strange, to have a conscience after so many years... ]
When they found her mother, she had been dead for 5,000 years, frozen. It was only by chance they found the unborn children in her womb and woke them with blood. To remember... [ Hei shrugs ] Her Chevalier is required.
[ and a small part of him hoped Haji never appeared. He wasn't a complete fool yet. He knew what Saya craved wasn't (entirely) what Hei had to offer. He had noticed the similarities long since. ]