On the bright side, if there was to be a bright side, this one didn't do much in the way of throwing a fit or being generally annoying. Mostly he kept his head down, and Suyis had enough of a reputation, there were very few that decided to try their luck with him anyway. (Turned out, lots of people decided they didn't want to piss off a Beta Prime.) What he didn't realise was, he probably could've thrown his fit and gotten away with it, because Suyis would have merely ignored him. Perhaps found him amusing, you know, like how a slinky's amusing as it falls down the stairs. Misfortune shouldn't be amusing, but nobody'd ever used the word 'nice' in the same sentence as they used Suyis' name.
But, they were here in Aquila. Suyis had decded to bring Viktor here rather than expect McKenna to drop everything and go to Eridanus to get him, mostly because it was planting season and he was... quite busy. How'd he word it? Something about too busy to take a piss. Suyis couldn't quite remember. (If he was really too busy to take a piss, he really ought to examine his life a little.)
As they got there, of course, Suyis smiled a bit and said, "Welcome to the McKenna farm. Now we get to play a game. Where is the living person?" That was a great question, because he might be in the house, but most likely, he was somewhere in the fields. "Oh, or you can look for the puffball of cotton," Suyis mentioned. "Where there's a cottonball, there's a person not far. They tend to stick together." Funny how that worked out. But he and Zarinidia had been together since Lucius was a small, and despite Lucius not being Zarinidia's Losrian, it made sense to Suyis that she'd have hung onto him, anyway.
Some humans were good humans, and when you found a good human, you tended to want to keep it.
The good news, he supposed, was that Lucius really was a good guy. Of course, if he wasn't, Viktor wouldn't be being reassigned to him, but the Losrian didn't know that. Well, he could panic internally for a bit longer. Maybe somewhere between Lucius calling him his name and genuinely paying attention to him, he'd figure out the human wasn't so bad. Suyis did happen to know where his kid was. Unfortunately, his kid didn't remember him. His kid didn't remember much of anything, being fair.
"I'd scream and flail around until he magically appeared, but I think that'd be unpleasant for everyone." Maybe.