Subject: Well, that wasn't ominous at all.
Posted on: 2020-08-16 00:00:32 UTC

Still - Ananke didn't seem to be panicking about it, so Gaia wasn't too worried. He smiled at her, and said, "Well - I haven't missed you yet, but I probably will have when I remember everything." After all, this would be like waking up from a long sleep, he expected - the memories would filter back bit by bit, and then he'd know what she was talking about. "And on the note of rising above - I should probably go check out the new things I can do, right? And talk to some people. Though I'll see you around, I'm sure." He grinned, and for a brief moment, his soul - souls? No, not yet, at least - seemed to dart through the nearby trees, and he Saw more than he had before. He quickly clamped down on that, but not before he'd managed to run facefirst into himself - by which he meant a tree. "Oof," Gaia said quietly, pushing himself away from the trunk. He then blinked, wondering for a moment why he couldn't seem to see anything, before realizing his hair had fallen in front of his face. Well, that would take some getting used to.

But for the moment, well - it was handleable. He held out a palm to the tree, and it was but a moment before a small bug came crawling down the trunk, and but another moment before that bug had somehow - he felt like he might have been able to explain if he really tried, but he wasn't interested right now - managed to produce a long line of silk, which he used to tie his hair back. As he did so, something - longing? Dread? Hope? Grief? - struck him, and a handful of memories came with it. He paused, then turned around, hoping Ananke hadn't already left. "Hey, Ananke - are any of my sibs here? Or... or Luna?"

As for whether she has left - your call. I just figured this ought to make for an easy enough way to transition out, and that leaving you hanging would be rude. :P

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