"Kira," Zero didn't offer his hand for the man to take, neither the man in front of him tried to offer his. He nodded towards Kallen to close the door, only then offering a sit.
"Well, Zero," the man who was known for killing criminals all around the world smiled, eyes covered with a dark visor and gloves, both stopping him from using the Geass and from knowing who he was. Though the second one was common sense, Zero was quite certain that, somehow, Kira had realized that he needed face-to-face encounters. Quite impressive for someone that, according to C.C., didn't have the Geass. "I don't know if I should be impressed or disappointed. You're not afraid that I might have agreed to meet you only to kill you?"
"I thought about that," Zero agreed. He also sat down, looking towards the chess set between them. "But you would have done that already if you could."
He saw Kira smile. He was tall and thin and the way he walked expressed security, so he assumed that Kira was, quite possible, good looking. He was wearing a suit, dark and crisp, voice calm and educated.
"Very good," Kira conceded. He crossed a leg at the knee, apparently studying the chess set. Still, Zero was almost certain that he wasn't going to move a piece, not yet at least. He did, however, tap a finger over one of the white towers. "May I compliment you, Zero? Your Black Knights have managed an impressing feat."
"You have also managed quite a lot, Kira," Zero conceded before tilting his head. "Though it is surprising for a half Japanese to kill both Britannian and Japanese people."
Kira didn't wince, his body language didn't move, his smile remained placid and soft. Behind his mask, Zero smiled because he knew that his assumption on Kira being Japanese had been right. He still wasn't sure if he was part Japanese or completely Japanese, but all it did was make the situation more interesting.
"Justice knows no nationality, Zero. I just seek to punish criminals."