@Mckk - "I don't know how else I am supposed to understand that sentence, given that "directing wrath at Amos" is the last action mentioned before the clause "last guy who did that" - so I must assume "that" refers to "directing wrath Amos"." Oh dear, apparently I don't know how clauses work. Hope you don't mind explaining that to me because I'm kind of lost on it. What are clauses? Edit: OH!! Now I see!! So in other words, the sentence is basically saying, "the last guy who got pissy with me, I beat the shit out of him." Considering that Amos is (1) not a violent person and (2) blind, I can see how this can be confusing. So to make it clear that it was Wilkins who beat the shit out of that guy, maybe I should re-write it to: Last guy who angered Wilkins ended up with a broken nose. Now that I think about it, doesn't that make Wilkins a bit of a psychotic loose-cannon? The guy's so willing to break noses over whatever thing that slighted him to the point where Amos is terrified of pissing him off? That doesn't sound like a guy I'd want to hang out with. It actually makes Wilkins a borderline child abuser. Maybe I should re-write that to something else so Wilkins doesn't sound like a violently unhinged person.