Will shook his head, reaching out to grab the man by the front of his shirt and heave him up a bit, putting his face, crooked grin and all, within inches of the other mans.
"I'll focus on what I wish, yeah? Now, let's answer that second question again, with as much honesty as you can find in that rock you call a mind. Why are we all stuck here?"
Damn. For a short kid, he knew how to seem threatening. His face had gone blank when he asked the question, no emotion showed. It was as if he didn't care for the hunters life at all. He was nothing to him, just a person that might know something that interests him. One among hundreds that knew the same thing. If he didn't answer- Will could just ask the next guy he ran into.
That was how little the hunter meant to Will, and it was clear in both his tone and face. And probably by the firm but careless hold on the mans collar.