Warran replies to Aulexis, “Or the child is the product of the parent, and does what they do because of what they were trained at a young age through observation… If that be the case, then we will have to keep an eye on her; but, I am willing to have an open mind and we know very little of her,” he pauses briefly, “Perhaps there is truly a misunderstanding. I am willing to overlook these mild transgressions… As for the incident in question… If he did speak to her about it, it is truly petty and for a person his age at the time, a trivial factoid. The notion I would have been worth mentioning is laughable. I would not have expected the aggressor to complain to their mother when they did not get what they wanted. Especially when they wanted me to do something which was academically dishonest and would have forced me to betray a person I truly respected, but that seems to be the case with those who are entitled… They feel everyone will bend to their whims like the reed in the wind…”
Warran is not angry nor enthusiastic to be talking about this subject, it is clear there is a touch of sadness in his tone.
Speaking to Aulexis, “Have you never had a strong conversation with someone before? Strong words, or the mild threat? It seems you do it once in your life and it comes back to bite you in the rear at some point…”
He looks at Jarek slightly puzzled, “…We were studying at the same place at the same time. He was an ass, and if I was a worse person and had more influence behind me, I would have beaten him to an inch of his life. But as it was, I had to keep quiet and keep my head down…”