Leon couldn't help but to grin at the simple-minded female. She thought that because of her vampiric blood, that she was faster, stronger, and even a better fight than he was. This much made him want to laugh in her face and tell her to grow up, but she was beyond talking to. There was only one way she would be able to come to terms with him, and that was after he put her in her place. Whether the non-humans wanted to admit it or not, he was their teacher and until they completed his class they were no more than little babies compared to any other of their kind. He almost wished he'd been granted permission to kill any hostiles, but that defeated the purpose of training these ingrates to fight so that they could protect their own sorry asses someday.
Eyeing the male between them, the woman hissed at him. "Kiryu, was it?" he asked calmly, looking down at the boy, he smiled and stepped away from the vampire girl. "Please, take your seat. I apparently have to take care of things the hard way in this school. If only everyone didn't feel it was necessary to prove that they were better than humans, then maybe you all could have learned something today. However, I am forced to deal with the sad little power struggles, such as this."
Sighing, he glanced once at her blade and smiled. "If you hold back, I can't ensure your survival, Cry Baby. So, that is up to you," he spoke, still being very stable and calm. Most would see this as borderline suicide, or idiocy, seeing that he was taking this new fighter so casually. However, he wasn't about to let a foolish little girl think that she was all high and mighty because her race had enslaved, and even eaten, his own. Eyes averting back to the knife, he grinned, "I have one of those too. Only, mine will hurt you alot more, even if it doesn't cut you," he warned, pulling out his own combat knife.
"Shall we, Cry Baby?"