The boy, when he's introduced to him, is painfully young, with soft hands and cold eyes. His cheeks retain the soft curves of childhood, and it clashes horribly with the very adult narrow eyed look that is seen on his grandfather's face.
It says that he wants everything and that he will get it within a snap of his fingers.
It makes Pryzak want to snap his neck.
This is not news to him, as he has the same impulse when his employer, the boy's grandpapa, wears the same expression.
He refrains, because his employer has the years and scars to back up any of his requests. He is a man Pryzak respects for that.
The boy merely sniffs at him, clothes neat and pressed in a way most children cannot maintain, and goes back to what Pryzak recognizes as early gun training excer