@the_psyentist: "No human can judge another based on their perception of morality. That's for a higher being. Higher than even us." Markus said solemnly. He never really spoke of his faith with Alexandra too much, feeling it would lead only to arguments, but this instance of sincerity was not born of a desire to provoke, enlighten or convert; merely honesty.
"It will be lovely to see more of you too, Doctor. So few beings can I call upon to give me worthwhile conversation. The majority of my underlings are nothing but bloodthirsty cretins. While I do not believe in siring another kindred myself, I will always regret not coercing another into turning Sartre into a vampire. Now there was someone worth talking to." Markus began to trail of, his centuries of existence caused moments of deep introspection, it came with the territory of being so old. Every now and then he would be lost in such a thought.