Luke Callindor– This is a rather odd question. Who would actually say that family isn’t important to them?
Timoran Wrath– There are people like that. Though you do not usually see them in the role of hero. Probably anti-heroes.
Nyx– Family is very important, but it’s different for everyone. It doesn’t even have to be blood.
Sari– Guess we’re diving into this topic. I agree with, Nyxie. We’re a family even though none of us are related.
Delvin Cunningham– That’s why we give each other strength and act as each others’ weaknesses.
Luke– Really? You’re going with that idea?
Delvin– It’s true considering what’s happened to us. Our enemies take advantage of us caring about each other.
Sari– So, how does a hero counteract that? It isn’t like we can simply stop caring about each other.
Timoran– That is true. Allies are stronger when they are concerned with each others’ safety. If you only care about yourself then you are more likely to abandon those who depend on you and the entire mission would fail.
Nyx– We don’t do that, which is why we’re a team. Otherwise, we wouldn’t be any better than our enemies.
Sari– Maybe. There are heroes who fight alone and make sure to avoid personal connections. That’s rather selfless because it doesn’t put people in danger.
Luke– So, we all agree that family is important to us and friends can count?
Delvin– What about friends that become family?
Nyx– If you even think about smiling in my direction, I’m turning your eyes off, Cunningham.
Sari– Me thinks the blushing cheeks betray the maiden’s . . . Not funny, Nyxie! Give me back my eyesight!
Timoran– This seems to demonstrate the closeness of our family. Even in the darkest times, we joke and tease to remain at ease. We share our tears, our smiles, and our lives as well as our destiny.
Nyx– Yup. We’re stuck with each other.
Sari– That we are . . . Now give me my eyes back, Nyxie.