The whole ordeal with being nudged into a room with a strange woman was a bit of a shock to Shuji, though he calmed immediately when the woman did nudge him, because he caught insightful glimpses due to his empathy.
At the end of the statements from Katya, Shuji sat down in the second chair. He pondered her comments for awhile, then he spoke up in his dry, menacing voice.
"How are you so certain I will live a long life? I sense the future holds perils, and as the future ever changes, I feel the faint premonisions of death. How are you so sure I'll live to see peace in my life once again?" He asked.
"As for the business I spoke of, well, I will not reveal that immediately. I first want to know your skills, your capabilities, your exploits, so I know that I am paying for the right person," Shuji stated.
Shuji recalled one more thing Katya stated, responding to it as well. "Why is it that I interest you so much, dear Katya? Is it because I am neither Jedi nor Sith, yet I have been both? Or is it because you think I'm good looking?" Shuji quiped, he was one to inwardly entertain himself when it came to conversing with others, no matter how serious the conversation.
"But in you...I see the potential to see the Force die, to turn away from its will..."
"You are beautiful to me, exile. A dead spot in the Force, an emptiness in which its will might be denied."
"But no Jedi ever made the choice you did. To sever ties so completely, so utterly, that it leaves a wound in the Force..."
"I would have killed the galaxy to preserve you...You are more precious than you know..."-now...it's verbatim!-A quote from Darth Traya (Kreia)