It wasn’t that difficult to tell that Kage was lying, it was clear that his hand was still hurting and that the demon would never admit it anyway - like the angel, he was a very proud and stubborn person when he had to deal with weaknesses. Hamlet let out a choked chuckle and shook his head when he saw the other falling back down. “It does not look like a better condition than mine, to tell the truth”, he replied in a very calm voice.
He slid a hand on his own neck without thinking, choking a gasp of pain when he touched the cut caused by his collar. He had risked so much, but at least Halphas was dead now. “Come on Kage, stop pretending to be fine in front of me. I have already admitted that I can’t stand by myself, I’m showing my weakness to you! Can’t you really do the same?”.
“Tch…” Kage muttered before he look away, even though he hate to admit it. The guardian angel was right that he was in no better condition compare to him.
He remain silent for awhile wondering why was Hamlet being so nice to him. Despite the fact that he is a demon and the other was an angel there were meant to be born enemies. “No wonder you are expelled from being a guardian angel you are too naive. I am a demon and your rival. It shouldn’t matter to you if I am dead isn’t it.”