See? You gotta give those ambiguous end-of-page statements time to get fleshed out.

“He never let you see it” = “WE never let you see it.” Again, Faer clearly kept her peace about a lot of things while a wife that she has no problem speaking about as a widow.

In light of that, it’s nice to see that she walks the walk and doesn’t just talk the talk when it comes to treating Byron and Syr’Nj’s union as legitimate. It wouldn’t have even been that offensive or uncool for her to exclude him in the short term, on the basis that they’re remembering Naror’Nj and Byron’s memories of him are pretty brief and unfriendly. But she knows better: this moment is about supporting and lifting up Syr’Nj, and making Byron a part of that makes it more likely to stick.