“it’s never over, my kingdom for a kiss upon her shoulder. it’s never over, all my riches for her smiles when i slept so soft against her. it’s never over, all my blood for sweetness of her laughter. it’s never over, she’s the tear that hangs inside my soul forever.”
And Sansta, I know you're a pacifist, but Friday needs to think for himself. And honestly, you should've have listened to his side of the story, but you didn't. Instead of punishing Friday for what he thought he needed to do in that moment, maybe you should've been asking what the kid did to make Friday do that in the first place. Now Friday feels victimzed by his bullies, and possibly even by you. From his perspective, you chose their side without even listening to his. No wonder he lashed out.
Sansta was searching for his son, following wherever the necklace pointed to, until he slowed down. He felt bad about how he had acted earlier. “…You’re right… I was only thinking for myself and I didn’t even bother hearing everything he had to say. The first thing I’ll need to do when i find him is apologize to him!”