Julian wanted to scoff at that, laugh at her until he was blue in the face, but he didn't. The younger man kept his face mostly devoid of any emotion other than what he normally would show around Kara. Her next bit resonated with the Death Eater. She had to bounce back, deal with life without Casey. It was eerie how that line mirrored his own experience. He'd been let down, dropped, kicked, left and each and every time he had no one but himself to pick himself up.
"You're better off without him." The words were out before his brain even registered what his mouth was saying and there was a definite bitter tone behind them. Thankfully Kara moved on and her small grin was enough to know that while he might have been treading on shaky ground bringing up the attack the way he had, Kara at least for the time being didn't seem like she was going to cut him off. In fact he was kind of surprised when she answered the way she had. That was certainly going to be helpful. If they were expecting some sort of retaliation it would be easy to fit that into Teague's plan and perhaps use it to their advantage.
"Are you expecting backlash?" Julian offered his own half smirk hoping Kara would elaborate somewhat and give him a small glimpse into what she was thinking on the matter. "It's not like they know where we are right? So most they could do is tighten security and maybe try and lure you out... do they still have anyone you'd risk your neck for?" He waited to see if she'd indulge him though he was already wondering if the Order was simply going to strike again before the Death Eaters could get something together. If he was in their position Julian knew he would have. This whole conversation was definitely up there in the weird scale and the Death Eater wanted to get on with the task he'd been sent here to do, but if Kara wasn't going to up and run just yet, he was content to stick around for at least a little while longer.