[ He notices Conrad's flash of anger which in turn aggravates him. Why is he being so stubborn? That pile of dust might once have been Diva but ... she's no longer alive. That woman, who wrecked so muc hook between them, is no longer there. So why must he insist on clinging to her?
She's gone. Conrad is finally free to go back to being his former self.
Such thoughts make his emotions flare, and before he knows it his fist is tightening on Conrad's sleeve as he yells to the other. ] I have already forgiven you, you idiot! [ He is angry at you for other reasons; during the past days Conrad managed to prove he was more than puppet, someone with enough willpower to choose his rightful King over his manipulative mistress. And that was what earned him absolution. ] So get away from her.