Well, since Albert has had his own view of the Unwanted Warrior poisoned by the Queen at that point, I guess he’d be even less inclined to talk about MC (due to not thinking much of them at that point).
Did he come to notice how really bad things had gotten for the MC when it was too late to fix the damage or did he remain oblivious to his last breath (kind of currently under the impression that he remained mostly unaware of how deep the damage had gone)?
(Again, this feels like another ironically funny thing in regards to the character: the man who had enough awareness to notice that Alex would not make a good king, wasn’t observant fast enough to notice the way his family was falling apart and who was at the core of the falling out).
Too bad the Queen is too blinded by her own pride and envy to use that same cunning for something more beneficial for the Kingdoms and her children (then again, it feels like she has already deluded herself into fully believing that what she’s doing IS for a good cause).
Not having a tough time at all (sorry if I was giving that impression).
Like I said, I do like the idea of Unwanted Warrior and really do want to see where the story goes and how the characters develop. I probably wouldn’t be getting so detailed with my opinions if I didn’t like the concept this much.