Galen chuckled a little at her comment of him being wise and he shook his head. "No. No I am anything but wise," he corrected. "Most of my life was a lie growing up and I've only recently found my way. And I've made plenty of mistakes in that short amount of time."
He tilted his head some at her words of enjoying life while one was alive. Well, that was certainly deep. And a bit true. "Wise words," he said. "Though, I feel I must make amends for the things I have done in the past first. Granted I was about to lay down my life to help the innocent people being held captive by the Emperor before coming here, though perhaps here I am meant to further help people before it is truly my time to die." It was an interesting theory. Why else would the Seal pull him here moments before his death?
"Of course," he agreed, returning the smile but still not grasping the meaning behind it. He was glad though she had agreed to stay inside. While the streets were a bit emptier than usual, it was still potentially dangerous outside and he wasn't sure how well he'd fare alone against a Horseman.