You'd think the worst battles happen on the battlegrounds. Thousands of people die for what they call their belief. Millions perish innocently, like they never were there. And billions suffer the fate of either having PTSD or other post-war "illness" that affects their thinking. Bad, isn't it? Saying it's just "bad" would be an understatement. It's like the Stadium V... alright, maybe not that bad, but... oh, for Hellaven's sake, you know! It's... terrible! There, that's a word. Anyway, yes, no one would want for a war to really happen... well... ehh, some people do, but... we're not talking about these people!
That's not even adding anything to what I wanted to tell! A struggle between a mother and a son is not THAT bad. But, for sure, such things are notable for their length and the possibility of going even more haywire than before at any moment. Both sides, eager to win their case. One obviously knows better, but the other one is stronger. So much strong