Captain of the Second Division
Again, his choice of words left Midori perplexed at the mentality of this man. So far, she saw no reason for him to be pulled from duty. He stayed to complete the appointment like she warned, which proved he wanted to keep his job to a degree. His wording about becoming a "monster" like Kenpachi Zaraki or Mayuri Kurotsuchi was the most fascinating. Many would think them great for being powerful and frightening forces to be reckoned with. Shio saw them as monsters, as things he did not want to become. She could see both sides of that argument. She understood his desire for a peaceful life above all, which gave her more insight as to why he thought chaotic Shinigami like Zaraki were monsters. They were anything but peaceful.
Shio spoke almost in a whisper, but she caught it clearly. This man had more of an aggressive personality than she expected. His submissive words almost contradicted his tone and the passive aggressive way he went about speaking. "What I expect of you is another appointment, Mr. Mora."
Midori pulled a pad out of a drawer in her desk and began writing it down, "I will not be pulling you from active duty, but I am making you another appointment and recommending to your Captain to make sure you attend it. Whether you like it or not, these evaluations are mandatory. Acting like a pouting teenager who wants to get back to his own little world is only going to make it worse for you. You want me out of your life? You want me to leave you alone? Then honesty is the best way. Stop using your words to change the subject and stop trying to hide your feelings. The more you do, the more appointments I will make. The more appointments you avoid, the easier it will be to pull you from active duty. Understood?"
She ripped the paper from the pad and held it out to him. Once he took it, she stood and walked to the door."Understand that I also have better things to do with my time. I have a life that I want to live and a job I have to do. This is part of it, the same way it's part of yours. Being a jackass is only going to make things harder on both of us."
She opened up the door and motioned for him to leave, her expression hard, but showing little of what she felt, "Think about that for your next appointment, Shio Mora, and I might actually be able to sign you off."