His eye widen in surprise at her story, feeling rather disgusted that a man would do such a thing. He kicked the dead man's carcass in disgust, but smiled to the geisha before him. "I'm so sorry to hear that. I guess it is a good thing I bumped into them tonight, huh?" he said, kind of hurriedly, as if he didn't want to stick around. She was kind, but he didn't feel right being in her presence so casually. Not to mention, her escort was quite fidgety.
She had to keep reassuring him that everything was ok, but still he was vigilant. If Leon truly wanted these folks dead, they would be in this pile of bodies already. He looked at her, then back to the guard. Was he really fit to protect someone of such high honor, when there are dangerous men like the ones he'd just cut down within the city? Leon questioned that himself, but decided to ignore it and move along.
He nodded and bowed. Taking the sword, he almost felt like he didn't deserve it, but she reassured him of otherwise. "Thank you, Miss Hisoka. I am," he paused, hesitating for a moment before giving her his name, "Just call me Leon, please," he offered, bowing again. Despite her.. Distaste, of the inn, it didn't sound so bad. It also sounded like an honest place, so he would pay his dues anyway. Leon, searched a few of the bodies and found a few fat coin purses. Hefting them carefully, he nodded respectfully.
"I am sorry, Miss Hisoka. I don't mean to be rude, but I feel it is best if I still paid the inn for their honest work. But, I will honor your wishes and sleep in your manor tonight," he told her, giving a smile and turning to continue on toward the inn.