Ivan could not say if that was good or bad. While his own opinions on the goals of the Guardians was positive, he knew most were not like him. He had been created to protect children. The fact that the battle against the Anti-Guardians was seemingly eternal and not offensive in nature was not something he could bring himself to mind. As far as he was concerned, it was the same as usual. Being called a Guardian was just the same as what he usually did by another name.
People weren't the same as toys though. They were more complex, gathering opinions through experience instead of being made a certain way. As far as the toy was concerned, it was what made them beautiful and worth protecting.
He took in the other male's words. It was merely a confirmation of what he had thought; however, he found that he did not wish to dictate what the other did. "You are correct," he agreed. He had seen it many times before, though perhaps not always in the best of ways. Change had only ever come to his homeland when someone decided to do something. That had not always been a good thing. "Perhaps you could attempt to find others of like mind. No doubt there are others who have pondered what you have as well. Even if they do not have a complete idea, harmony may be achieved when many come together." It was only a suggestion and one that he was not sure the other soldier would follow.
He tilted his head at the other's words. "Binding the wound would be a good idea." Admittedly, he had little idea on how to do that. His medical skills were feeble at best. After all, he had never needed them much, particularly when his realm was part of the Dream World. "As for walking...not very well, though that's probably the blood loss." It sounded a bit funny in his head. He didn't normally worry about these things, had never worried about them before since taking humanoid before in the past had only meant becoming bigger. What he had gained with becoming a Guardian was both a blessing and a curse.