As children of a Pure-blooded family, our parents encouraged us into schooling at four years old. Red found the idea of an organized education quite pointless.
"What's the point of goin' ta school when I kin' learn all the important stuff on my own?" He had grumbled in form of a complaint to me multiple times throughout our youth. Not that he ever paid much attention to any of the subjects we were learning anyway... He was either starting fights or slacking off with like-minded classmates; not to say I didn't do those things a couple times myself.
I was decently loyal to my studies, more for my parent's sake (there were a few classes that I was interested in but I'd rather have fun, to be honest) than my own. My closest, dearest friend, Tai, was similar to me when it came to school- same age and, during our early years, similar interests; But graduating at seven and growing older as we do, they became a lot more negative towards most things... Except for me, that is.
I've always thought humans to be bearable, interesting creatures. The way they've advanced to make up for their weakness is admirable- and some of their inventions are useful enough to adapt into our world. Of course, their mere existence is important to us in general. Red and Tai only think of humans as toys and a source of food, but I think they deserve at least a little more credit than that. Many people think like they do, but what can you expect as a succubus in Laydn- our own little sector of Hell.