[Internally, Zero facepalms at Yuuki's physical reaction to Saya's words. With the recent information he'd received from her, he knew it was going to be a topic that brought out the strongest of her emotions.
With a sigh, he picks up the sword Saya kicks to his feet by the hilt, but doesn't raise the end of it at all.]
Actually, the only person she isn't referring to is probably herself. [Which is one of the greatest ironic parts of this entire conversation. The triggers for Yuuki are probably stronger because she's the exception for all of this.] Yes, it's probably more personal to her now...but not for the reasons you would think.
She would tell you the exact same thing if she was an sixteen year old human girl without a single memory of who she was or where she came from.
[Zero lifts the sword just a little, inspecting it carefully.]
She isn't talking about herself. She's talking about me. Talking about anyone who would dare weigh any life as more worthy than another because of the circumstances of the birth and not their actions in life.
After years of being lectured by this human girl, I swore I would kill her because what she turned out to be was the very thing I was determined to destroy.
I was wrong. You're the one that showed me that when I refused to see the truth.