"Well?" he said. I really didn't want to tell him, but I knew I had to. I've been afraid to tell him because of the horror and I feared that he'd mock me and say it was impossible. From the looks of it, it may be the only truth to the matter. "I've been having nightmares....about Mokuba." Seto's face looked horrified as if he knew what I was going to say. "What about Mokuba?" 'He..." I couldn't finish for it was to horrific to say. "He what?" I didn't say anything and looked at the floor. Seto grabbed my shoulders and demanded "What happened?!?!" I started to cry. Not because Seto was yelling, no, I could handle that. But I didn't want to think about what happened to Mokuba in my dream.
Seto sighed and wiped away my tears. "I don't mean to yell, it's just that I feel that I must protect Mokuba. And when he's gone, Ipanic. So Emma, can you please tell me what happened in your dream?" he said softly. This is a side of Seto that I've only seen twice. The first time was so brief that I had forgotten that it even existed.
"Mokuba was...kidnapped and then....he was..." I didn't dare say the last word. "Then what?" Seto said in the same voice and pulled me closer. I cried again. "He was murdered." I said and put my forehead to Seto's chest in an effort to hide my tears. "I can't beleive it. He's been kidnapped again anf right under my nose." If i didn't know any better, I'd say that the great Seto Kaiba was crying. I looked up and immediatly a tear fell on my face. "Seto.." "You should get some rest." he said and let me go. As I was leaving, I turned and saw him at the window mumbling to him self that he was a monster and this was all his fault.
I returned to the familiar room and lay in the bed thinking about Seto. Not often does he show his more vornarable side. That was the first time that I've seen him cry. None of it was his fault, I thought, and yet he keeps beating himself up about it. And what did he mean about him being a monster? I still don't understand Seto Kaiba.