This pairing really makes for some interesting stories. It takes a big heart to love someone even when you know that they do questionable things. Sakuya probably did the right thing for both herself and Marisa by making distance. I mean, if I found out that my partner killed humans with their own hands, I would be pretty horrified. As an outcast Sakuya does not know where she truly belongs, and her morally-gray actions speak for that loud and clear. But Marisa tells her she still loves her even after discovering what type of person she is. The first time you meet a person, you know nothing about them after all, and this goes for both of them. I dont blame Sakuya for crying at all when Marisa confessed. She really is the first step that Sakuya needed to finally sort herself out. What a great story.