Earth sighed as he closed his eyes, smiling to himself as he rubbed Luna's belly sweetly, holding her in his hand as she let out happy coos. He seemed oh-so happy now, smiling down at her before sighing quietly to himself as he shakes his head quietly. He pulled her close and rubbed at Luna's head, kissing her cheek as she giggled and cooed at him. "You're so cute, little one..." He whispered softly as his eyes glowed softly, letting her feel all the love both he and his humans had for her. However, the house warmed up a bit, and he looked up in confusion. "Huh...interesting..." He whispered out before placing her in his pocket, walking through the halls as he looked around in confusion. "Mercury? Mars? Sol?" He called out softly, hoping he'd get some sort of response. Mars was just walking next to Sol, glaring at Mercury silently.
Sol was, well, sat calmly between Mars and Mercury in the "Anger" room; a room more specifically made for the two since they adored arguing so much; and was doing his utter best not to get a headache. Why, you might ask? Well, with no surprise to anyone, they had been arguing yet again. Thankfully the star had managed to calm them down so they weren't screaming at each other anymore, but there was still an awful, dreaded tension in the air. Sol let out a long, exhausted sigh as he rubbed his temples softly with a gloved hand, looking between the two silently for a second. "Alright, could either of you two care to explain why you were fighting *this time*?" Mercury provided no response, silently sipping away at the hot cocoa he was bribed with to help him calm down, glaring back at Mars while doing so. He did, however, perk up a little when he heard Earth's voice calling through the house, yet stayed ghostly silent. "We're in the Anger room, Earth!" Sol hollered back, soon returning his attention back to the two afterwards.
Earth heard and quietly wandered into the room, opening the door and smiling. It was lucky he walked in when he did, since Mars was about to walk out. He stared down at Earth before sighing, walking back to his chair as Earth tailed him, looking between Mercury, the red planet, and the star. Mars rolled his eyes and glared at Mercury before snarling softly, baring his teeth. "Why don't you ask him? He's the one that insulted me and my moons!" He pushed the chair over aggressively, Earth startling before reaching out and putting a hand on Mars' shoulder. "Mars, calm down, he probably didn't mean it..." He murmured in a calming tone only to get thrown off, Mars growling angrily as he went after Earth and pushed him against the wall. "He meant every word, Earth. I'm gonna turn him into a fucking pile of asteroids." He growled softly, Earth's body quaking under the red planet's harsh gaze.
Sol stayed calmly seated in his chair, though nothing about his demeanour seemed calm at that moment, if anything it was flickering on the border of violence. Keeping himself composed as Mercury shot back in another burst of anger, "You're the one who brought up my height and atmosphere; my insults were well-deserved!" Sol eerily warmly smiled as he stood up and waltzed over to where Mars and Earth were, firmly placing a hand on Mars' shoulder. Though, he kept a respectful distance away from Earth, not wanting to risk burning him even if he was practically covered from head to toe. "Hey there buddy, how about we *not* scare our precious scientist, hm?" He offered, doing his best to calmly and gently tug Mars away and push him back into his seat. Once done, Sol let out a quiet sigh before walking back up to Earth and softly whispering, "Hey, random question, but can we *please* ditch these two before they give me a headache? I don't feel like burning the house down today, and I'm sure they can settle their differences. Probably by making out or something, I don't know, but that would kind of be funny if you think about it." Sol jested with a small laugh, glancing back at the two, Mercury, for once, not saying a word and instead sipping his hot cocoa.
Earth giggled at the small jest, taking a shaky breath before nodding. "Yeah...Luna, stay with Mercury." He called to the small moon, who nodded and stayed huddled up to the secretary planet as Earth exited the room. Mars growled at the star before starting to make a small ball for Phobos and Deimos to play with, handing it to Phobos who began to throw it. Earth closed his eyes as he put his hands into his pocket, walking alongside the star that kept him warm as he hummed softly. Of course, Neptune and Uranus were slightly worried for Earth as they wandered out to the edge of the system, but Earth merely stayed a bit closer to Sol as they got to the very edge.
Sol happily smiled when his offer was accepted, gratefully walking with Earth to the outer banks of the solar system all while he beamed down at the planet. "So, how have things been with you? How are the humans? Are both of you guys doing alright? We haven't talked one-on-one in a while it feels like," The star stated, showing genuine interest in how the planet was faring and how his precious humans were doing. "The last time we talked was, ohhhh, when was it? Ah, right, when Luna came and got me demanding I talk to you." Sol said with a soft laugh at the fond, sweet memory, contently sighing soon after. Meanwhile, back in the "Anger" room, Mercury was obediently looking after Luna since Earth entrusted him with that responsibility. Yes, he was still trying to work for the fellow planet's trust; he wasn't comfortable with *not* earning it. He didn't say anything, instead watching over her as she played.
Earth adjusted his scarf before listening to Sol's questions, humming to himself as he put his hands behind his back. "Well...Mercury and I had a bit of a fight, but it's all smoothed out now. Luckily Venus managed to get Mars to not turn Merc into stardust, heh..." He laughed nervously before starting to float, quietly circling the star as his planet did the sun. His eyes closed as he laid back in the air, quietly humming to himself as he thought over the second question. "As for the humans...well, they've decided to combat global warming. That's good, I guess. It'll make me less of a burden." He mumbled the last part, sighing quietly as he hugged himself tightly and tried not to feel too upset. Mars looked up at Mercury as Luna squealed and quietly hugged the cup Mercury was holding, grinning to herself while Phobos and Deimos play with their tiny ball. He knew he'd made a mistake, and he was trying to swallow his pride to apologize. "I...mmm..."
Sol raised a brow, eyeing Earth as he orbited him, keeping his gaze firmly on him despite his constantly changing position. "Who said you were a burden to begin with? They sound like an asshole," He commented with a soft hum, not realizing he was indirectly talking about Mercury; Mercury never filled him in on about information to his and Earth's fights after all. The star then raised a gloved hand and gave the top of Earth's head a gentle pat. "I'm happy to hear that your humans are finally trying to help you though, it's nice to know that things are looking up for you, especially since you don't deserve all that pain..." Mercury slightly smiled down at Luna when she hugged his mug, ever so carefully prying her off of it so he could take another sip without worrying about her. The silver planet let out a soft sigh afterwards, then gently nudging Luna in the direction of Phobos and Deimos. "Go ask them if you can play too, Lune, you seem hyper right now." He softly stated and used his variation of the moon's name before gently nudging her towards them again. He was ignoring Mars strategically in order to keep himself calm.
Earth sighed quietly as he shook his head, hugging himself as his eyes glowed gently. "Mmm...no he's not...he has a point, I just wish he didn't...well...do that." He sighed again before laying back in the air and silently covering his eyes with his arm as he did. "I know...I'm glad too..." He mumbled before gently breaking himself from the orbit, standing up fully and looking out to the edges of the galaxy with a soft sigh. An idea then popped into his head as he looked over at Sol, letting out a soft chuckle. "You've, uh, neglected meeting with Pollux and Betelgeuse. Got a reason for that?" He teased softly, putting his hands behind his head with a soft chuckle. The small moon looked up at the planet before nodding in excitement, seeming to squeak at the other moons. Deimos smiled happily and offered the ball to Luna, who threw it and watched as the other two floated after it. Mars cleared his throat quietly to get the other planet's attention, then quietly squeezed his hand in order to finish up a diamond he could press into place before standing up. He walked over to the smaller planet and gently reached down to take Mercury's hand softly, placing the diamond down into it. "I'm sorry, Merc. I made a mistake, and I regret it."
"Uuuuuuhhhh," Sol spaced out, simply blinking for a few times as he let his brain try to come up with a decent-sounding answer. "Well, you see, I- uh," His voice trailed on, letting his words drag out ever more as an excuse to think, awkwardly coughing after a few moments. "To be frankly honest, I don't want you guys to freeze because of a small trip I'd take to see my siblings. You and Mercury especially, I know just how much you two suffer because of it," The star explained, semi-awkwardly semi-sweetly smiling. Mercury slowly paused, looking down at the diamond in his hand, sipping his hot cocoa once again until he finished it. The silver planet then leaned over to set the mug down on top of the nearby table, otherwise not moving from his place. Oh how badly did he want to be whitty with his response, but he knew it would be inappropriate, and he probably would enrage Mars in the process, so he huffed out a sigh. "Thank you for your apology, Mars. I'm sorry too; you, Deimos and Phobos aren't half bad..."
Earth raised an eyebrow at the star before rolling his eyes and sighing quietly as he adjusted his scarf, tsking and floating closer to him since the cold was beginning to nip at him. "I know that. But your siblings need you too. It's not just us, even though I'm happy that you want us to be comfortable." He hummed softly as he smiled at him, putting his arms behind his back as he closed his eyes. "Pollux probably misses you, you know." He hummed out as he moved closer still, reaching out and quietly holding one of the star's gloved hands into his own in order to lightly place his face into it. Mars watched him before picking up his other hand and lightly pressing a kiss to it, trying his best to seem genuinely sorry instead of brushing him off like he usually does with people. He closed his eyes lightly as he sighed softly, rubbing the back of the other planet's hand with his thumb. "I hope this doesn't change anything..." He whispered softly, sighing quietly.
Sol let out a small, quick huff of a sigh, taking another moment to himself so that he could properly think it over. "Maybe it wouldn't hurt to pay another visit to the two of them..." He muttered gently, looking down at their interlaced hands for a few seconds before sighing once more. The star evidently gave into his demands, but he wasn't going to willingly accept without a reasonable compromise. He needed the peace of mind, after all. "Okay, okay, I'll go, but only on *one* condition: you have to *promise* me you and everyone else will be just fine. Sound fair?" Mercury paused, blinked a few times, and let out a surprisingly high-pitched laugh, almost as if he were embarrassed. Which, to a fond degree, he was. "Oh, you humour me so, Mars, stating you hope nothing changes. One minute cold, and the next rather warm," He stated, jokingly using his casual old ways of speech that the Romans interpreted him to have, knowing damn well it had the tendency to mess with Mars' head. Mercury smiled softly at that knowledge, "What's with the hand-kissing and holding, by the way? It's new; not that I'm complaining."
Earth watched him consider it before smiling and rubbing the back of Sol's hand with his thumb, humming softly. "As long as you make us aware of it and give us time to prepare, we'll be fine." He then let go of him, humming softly as he stood right in front of him. He knew it was hot, but he seemed comfortable where he was. Of course, he didn't think about how awkward it could be, since he saw it as trying to comfort the celestial body. All he could think about was making Sol feel better, even if it meant his humans would sweat a little. He could just go sit in his office later. Mars watched him before flushing and just holding his hand quietly, the moons quietly 'ooooh'ing despite Mars' angry look at them. "...Don't mention it...seriously, don't." He mumbled in embarrassment as he fidgeted with his choker quietly, playing with the small pieces of rock as his face flushed.
Sol nodded understandingly, slowly thinking it over one more time, mentally making sure everything seemed alright, nodding once more after he came to a mental conclusion and confirmation. "Alright, that's reasonable. Does a, uh," He paused a mere moment when Earth stood before him, eyeing him curiously to try and see what exactly he was up to. Sol didn't comment on their closeness however, continuing on with his sentence, "Does a day sound alright in terms of time? That seems like a fair amount, given everybody's workload, yeah?" "I'll keep that noted, Marsy!~" Mercury chirped out in a rather pleasant playfully sing-songy voice, having learned a thing or two from Venus about singing more than a few years back. He lightly laughed at the even redder planet in front of him, otherwise silently adoring the sight, softly blushing himself. Though, red on silver was arguably a lot more difficult to hide than red on red since it stood out like a sore thumb.
Earth nodded peacefully as he remained in front of Sol, humming softly while running his thumb over the back of his hand quietly. "Sounds good to me. I'm sure they'll be happy to see you." He hummed out as he held Sol's hand onto his cheek, sighing quietly. This felt nice, even if Sol's warmth was muted by the layers of clothing the star wore. This made him feel secure, made him feel safer than he usually ever does. Especially when he's right on the edge of the system, where he usually feels cold and unsafe. Even with Neptune or Uranus tailing him, which usually helps but never makes him feel fully safe. Mars let out a soft sigh, repressing a chuckle as he huffed. "Please don't call me that..." He mumbled out as he continued to hold onto him. If he knew Mercury was going to flirt back, he wouldn't have flirted in the first place. He was thankful for his crimson skin tone, however, since it allowed him to hide his own blush. "Aww...so cute." He chuckled as he put a hand on Mercury's cheek, brushing his thumb over the flushed areas gently.
Sol smiled warmly, doing his best to keep himself emotionally calm and stable as to avoid any solar flares. They always licked through his layers and, on occasion, burnt people, and all because he felt strong emotions. Did he think it was fair? Not really, but it could be much worse if he thought about it. He softly hummed in agreement, "I'm sure they will be... I should bring them a few gifts too; got any ideas? They love trinkets from our solar system especially," The star said fondly, gently rubbing his gloved thumb along the scientist's cheeks. Mercury rolled his eyes, letting out a huff of his own. "Luna, Phobos, Deimos, help me; Marsy's being super weeiiird," He playfully joked, continuing to use his nickname for Mars as he called out to the moons dramatically despite silently leaning into the other planet's touch and smiling. "You're kinda cold," Mercury stated nonchalantly, affectionately nuzzling at his hand.
Earth seemed to think it over for a bit before shifting and holding his hand up, a flower slowly sprouting on his hand as he smiled happily. "You think Pollux will like this...?" He asked softly, the flower being a new breed of the ones with the highest heat tolerance as well. He knew that flowers didn't do well out here, but he also knew that he could wrap them in a bubble of his atmosphere. His eyes glimmered softly before the irises turned a soft green, sighing quietly as he placed a finger onto one of the petals softly. "Hello, little one..." He whispered softly as the color in his iris flickered and died, Earth sighing quietly. "I mean, the surface of my planet is in the negative hundreds, so..." Mars shrugged as he chuckled softly, seemed oh-so happy as he closed his eyes with a comfortable hum. "And you're not gonna get any meaningful help from them, they just like watching us." He hummed out comfortably as he rubbed Mercury's cheek sweetly, purring to himself as he smiled happily. God, how much he'd thought about this and finally got to do it.
"I'm sure Pollux would love it," Sol offered out in a gentle tone, ever so slightly frowning when the colour in the new species of flower flickered out like a lightbulb and died. "Thank you for helping me, Earth, I definitely owe you one after all this." He stated pausing a mere moment as he let his hand drop, tilting his head to the side as a sign of curiosity. "Is there anything you'd like in return for your help? It's only fair," Mercury hummed a tune silently to himself for a few moments, contently staying put and enjoying the moment for a little while. Though, of course, he wasn't just going to let it go on so easily; no, no, Mercury always had to make things a bit of a playful challenge; so he gently pulled himself away. He picked up the empty mug he had set down earlier and handed it to Mars, "Since you wish to eat up at my *oh so precious* time, you should be moooore than *happy* to get me some more hot cocoa, yeah Marsy?"
Earth seemed slightly surprised, then gently wrapped it in a bubble of his atmosphere. Water, a bit of soil for food, and some carbon dioxide as well as air. "Here we are...There we go, little sister..." He whispered to the flower before looking up at Sol, smiling softly. "Be careful with her, alright?" He offered the flower to the star, smiling happily as he let out a soft giggle. It was cute, he seemed oh-so happy to be around him as he smiled while offering the flower out to the star sweetly. He snorted softly before rolling his eyes and scoffing softly. "You're lucky you're so pretty." He hummed out before poking Mercury's nose, walking into the kitchen and making another cup of hot cocoa as the moons perched on Mercury's shoulders comfortably. Luna was giggling uncontrollably, and Deimos kept nudging Phobos, which caused the moons to both snicker softly. It seemed oh-so funny to them now, giggling to each other while whispering and cooing as they shifted.
The star instantaneously nodded, gently cradling the plant in his hands as he utterly beamed, keeping his temperature under control however, he didn't want Earth or the flower he was given to burn. "Yes, of course! I'll make sure Pollux will take good care of it after he gets it, you can count on me!" He exclaimed with a happy laugh, planting a quick kiss on Earth's cheek since his hands were full and he couldn't simply rub his cheek once more as a thank-you. Besides, he made it quick as to avoid anything burning, so there was no harm was done and no foul committed. Mercury blinked when his nose got poked, raising a brow as he watched Mars walk away, finding their newfound attitude towards each other rather interesting, especially considering they were at each other's throats less than a half-hour ago. He looked down to the moons and hummed, "Am I going insane or did he call me pretty?... Either way, it's a first..." The silver planet murmured as he hopped off his feet and sat in the air, keeping his gaze on the moons.
Earth flushed heavily and held his cheeks gently as he giggled quietly, covering his face. "Sol! Why'd you do thaaattt...~?" He squealed softly while giggling to himself as he grinned behind his hands, unable to help how he himself heated up in embarrassment at the kiss. He loved getting attention like this from the star, even if he didn't think Sol realized how it affected him. He himself didn't quite understand either, and quietly looked up at him with a soft smile. "...And tell Betel I said hi..." He hummed out as he made quiet tappy hands, then looked back towards the system quietly. "..." Mars continued making the beverage quietly, the moons giggling to each other as they grinned softly. Luna then floated in front of Mercury, grinning at him before reaching out and booping Merc's nose with a soft giggle. "Ee!"
"I don't knowwww, why don't you figure that out for yourselffff?~" Sol cooed back in response as he chuckled, grinning brightly down at the scientist. He adored lightly teasing and playing with him like this, it always made his day, but he was saddened by the thought he could never do anything other than light flirting and teasing due to the fact he could theoretically burn Earth. Sol pushed that thought to the side for now, though, "I will; I'll tell them both you said hello, don't you worry. They love hearing about you," "I'll take that as an "no, you're not going crazy and you did in fact hear him correctly, Merc." Thanks Luna," Mercury said with a soft sigh, offering up her a warm smile, his face still mildly reddened from before. Though, hey, he didn't have to bug Sol for small supplies for warmth, he could just flirt and fuck around with Mars now; he'd never admit exactly how much he liked that idea, not verbally at least.
Earth quietly squealed in happiness and flusteredness as he backed up a bit, taking a soft breath before tensing suddenly at a presence behind him. He quickly moved forwards to hide his face into Sol's chest, whimpering since he was startled. Of course, what Sol could see was a dark figure who floated down and quietly stood at the edge. Their eyes opened, and they looked down at Sol silently for a moment before seeming to smile. "Sol." Was all he said. It was Sagittarius A*, and he seemed happy to see Sol as Earth quaked a bit. "Mmmm..." He whimpered softly, sniffling before looking back at Saggi, who gave Earth a gentle look. "I'm sorry for startling you, Earth."
Sol looked between Sagittarius A* and Earth, softly holding and rubbing the back of the latter of the two in an attempt to help calm him down. He pryed his gaze away from the planet after a few moments of consoling him, offering the other a small smile. "Hey Saggi, long time no see; half literally, too." The star lightly joked, doing his best to humour both of them, taking emphasis to try and ease Earth back into a comfortable state of calm.
The green planet seemed to calm down quickly as he realized he was safe, the dark-skinned mass of stardust chuckling softly before smiling. "Well, you know how it is. I don't often visit people, it's busy." He hummed softly as he brushed his hair out of his eyes, which glowed softly as Earth shifted. "Hello, Sagittarius..." The planet greeted, the figure smiling softly before shaking his head quietly. "No need to call me that, Earth. You can just call me Saggi." He hummed out as he reached his hand out, Earth slowly putting his own into it as the dark-colored mass quietly placed something into his hand.
Sol respectfully watched for a moment, still smiling as he continued to look between the two as they interacted, happy to see them getting along. After all, it was his brother and his... He'll label Earth another day, once he properly admitted his own feelings to himself. "How have you been, Saggi? Have you seen Pollux or Betel recently? Earth and I were just talking about my late-scheduled visit to see them tomorrow," The star stated, smiling just a touch more and growing a little warmer as a result.
Earth looked down at what he was given, moving aside to allow the brothers to talk as Saggi looked over at the star. "Oh. Well, everything seems alright with them. They miss you, though. We all miss you." He reached out to put a hand on Sol's cheek, smiling at him gently as he sighed quietly. "But we all know how you leaving can affect your system...most of all Earth." He spoke with a gentle tone, sighing quietly as he closed his eyes comfortably. He knew that Sol couldn't easily leave, and in fact, knew that he was going to have to figure out how to keep the others warm.
Sol softly hummed, more than all too aware of that fact. It wasn't like it was constantly on his mind, after all, always haunting the back of his thoughts any time he did something that didn't include the planets. He kept that to himself, however, instead sadly nodding in confirmation. "Yeah, it's kind of a crappy situation; I could ask another star to stay with them for a bit, but I'd risk the chance of them being either too hot or too cold for their likes... I make it work the best I can though, I suppose. Or, well, I like to think I do..."
Earth quietly cleared his throat after a moment of silence, looking up at Sol. "You know we could have Saggi stay around...he gives off heat as well." He spoke out nervously, playing with the rock he'd been given as the soft-spoken ball of mass seemed to think about it. "...Earth has a point, I do." He agreed with the green planet, quietly humming. "Given, they'd have to get close, but I'm sure that's nothing you're unused to." He chuckled softly as he looked at Earth, who flushed and looked away as he cleared his throat and muttered a soft "I don't know what you're talking about..."
Sol softly rolled his eyes at his brother's teasing of Earth, humming a bit as he gave the offer some thought. It wasn't a bad idea, entrusting the planets with Sagittarius, and was rather reasonable compared to his scrapped ideas he had come up with over the years. "You know what, if you're offering to watch after them and keep them warm, Saggi, I guess I can't say no... If you wouldn't mind...?" He hesitantly asked, awkwardly rubbing at the back of his head as he kept his gaze anywhere but either of the two. Sol was never the best when it comes to asking for things, and anyone who knew him knew that, hence explaining his newfound awkwardness.
Sagittarius smiled softly before nodding comfortably, standing in front of Sol with a soft hum escaping him. "It would be my pleasure to take care of your planets, Sol." He hummed out as he put a hand on Sol's head, gently ruffling up his orange-red hair as he chuckled softly. Earth seemed to smile before moving and hugging one of Sol's arms gently as he closed his eyes softly, rubbing at his arm with a soft sigh. "Seems like it's settled." He hummed out, Sagittarius nodding softly as he did. "Well...should I follow you two back to the system, or should I stay here?" He asked curiously, Earth looking up at Sol before back at Saggi with a soft hum, tilting his head at him in curiosity. "Hm..."
Sol softly smiled and gave it some silent, genuine thought for a moment, easily coming to a reasonable and concise answer. "You can follow us back, I'm sure the others will be ecstatic to see you. Especially Pluto, Neptune or Uranus might have to pry him off of you; I'm sure he'll be filled with questions about the cosmos. Sorry in advance, he's always so curious." The star said with a soft laugh, ever so gently tugging Earth along to lead them back to the rest of their solar system.
Saggi seemed to laugh before following them, walking alongside his brother. "That's perfectly fine, little brother, I'm happy to answer any questions he has about the cosmos. I encourage curiosity about our surroundings, actually. I remember when you were just out of the star nursery, you were always so curious about how systems worked...Pollux always told me he wasn't sure you'd be able to make your own but I knew you could. You did well, too. I mean...a life-bearing planet...that's something special." He hummed out as he looked at Earth, who smiled quietly at him as Pluto looked up. The small planet gasped before running over, immediately reaching up to Saggi. "Hellooo!!" He squealed softly, the black form of mass chuckling before picking up Pluto. "Hello, little one."
Sol fell into a semi-embarrassed silence upon the mention of his old ways, especially upon his first comings out of the star nursery. He didn't bother to comment about it, however, instead gently shaking his head free from the thought and smiling when Pluto ran over. He eyed the small planet for a few seconds, soon letting out another one of his soft laughs, "Geez Pluto, no greetings for Earth or I? I see how it is, I see how it is," The star gently joked, gently ruffling Earth's hair.
"It's not the child's fault he has a favorite." Saggi hummed as he rubbed his cheek on Pluto's, the small planet giggling happily as he squealed gently. Earth rolled his eyes at his hair being ruffled, huffing at him as he crossed his arms. "Come on, Sol." He hummed out as he looked over to Pluto, who cuddled close to Saggi to absorb his warmth gently. "Gotcha..." Pluto whispered softly before waving towards the star and fellow planet, Earth smiling warmly as he waved back. "Hellooo..." He hummed out as Luna floated over to Earth, perching on his shoulders comfortably.
Sol only playfully rolled his eyes and shook his head, contently sighing to himself. "I'll go round up the rest of the planets for you, Saggi. I'll be right back," He simply stated, shooting his brother a polite little smile as he walked off. Not without grabbing Earth's hand and tugging him along with the star, of course. Sol looked down at him as they walked, "Alright, Mr. Mars expert, do you know where would he be? Where Mars is, Mercury is, and where they both are, an argument is, and thus Jupiter and or Saturn to try and peacefully resolve the issue, so on and so fourth."
Earth thought for a moment before going over to the Anger room, pushing the doors open and looking inside. Luna quickly floated over with a soft squeal in excitement to see her best friend again, making Earth smile at her as he held out a hand for her to rest in. "Hello, Luna..." He whispered before looking up. Mars was sat in his chair and seemed deep in thought while Phobos and Deimos orbited him loosely, making Earth smile before looking at Sol. "There you go. Two planets and two moons." He hummed self-praisingly, smiling softly before looking at the fellow planets. "Heya." He hummed out, getting Mars' attention as he shifted uncomfortably.
Sol shot Earth a thankful smile before offering Luna a small little wave as a friendly gesture. He then looked to the two planets, eyeing them semi-curiously and in a mild bit of shock. Keep in mind, when he left them not all that long ago, the two were still fiercely arguing and bickering, so he was surprised to see them simply sitting calmly. Mercury was sat in the air, sipping at a newer cup of hot cocoa for a few seconds before waltzing over to the star and merely orbiting him, having grown slightly cold. Nothing more, nothing less. Sol watched both the non-life-carrying planets, still curious about the cause of their peace, but said and asked nothing. Perhaps they both realized their feelings were reciprocated? Sol could only guess, but he hoped that whatever it was would be the end of their fighting and the end of his headaches; his headaches came with the cost of solar flares, after all, like an added tax he didn't want but constantly had to deal with.
Earth smiled at Mars, who simply hummed and stood up with a soft grumble and a stretch. "Something happen while you two were out? Hopefully something interesting? This place is boring, jeez." He grumbled softly as he rubbed the back of his head quietly, sighing to himself as Earth smiled happily, excited. "We have a visitor." He hummed simply, hoping Sol would finish the sentence so that he didn't have to break the news to Mercury. He knew it would be super rough to break the news since Mercury required heat, and Sol was his sol(e) part of warmth. He seemed quite comfortable now though, moving close to Sol and orbiting him as well, but much more loosely than Mercury.
Sol hummed in confirmation, picking up on his silent queue to continue Earth's statement, quickly clearing his voice first. "And said visitor just so happens to be my brother, Saggi. He'll be taking my place momentarily while I go to visit with Pollux and Betel." The star explained, bracing himself for instant protesting from Mercury's part, but the silver planet didn't say a word. Ah, it must be because of the hot cocoa, Sol figured, it always made him uncharacteristically relaxed simply because he adored the drink so much. Figuring it would be best not to push his luck, he didn't continue talking about it. Besides, Mars was usually fairly reasonable about Saggi watching them for a little while, he was sure it'd all be fine.
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