We set off as soon as I got up, which was pretty early.
I was informed as soon as Papyrus set frozen spaghetti in front of my face.
"So we're going after Sans, who got kidnapped by Sean?" I asked.
"Yep. Lunar told us just this morning. I have no idea how she found this out before us," Frisk said, walking over to the window.
Lunar blushed a deep shade of crimson as she walked towards the door.
I had a sudden mental image that horrified me, but I shoved it out of my mind, as a fresh wave of jealousy surged through me.
I hastily snarfed down the rest of my spaghetti and went into Frisk's spare bedroom to get dressed.
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The dirt crunched under our feet as we walked along the path. Many thoughts swirled in my head, and they were very unpleasant.
Clearly Lunar loved Sans.
And not me.
I mean, what would a girl see in a fallen human, compared to an over-powered, white-haired, monster that used puns twenty-four seven?
Lunar is a monster herself.
She wouldn't really like a fallen human, even though she was chucked into the Underground four years ago.
She doesn't seem like a monster, and she doesn't look like one, besides her natural green hair and purple eyes, but I could tell.
I overheard Toriel talking to someone else about it while I was on a mission for Sean...
"Hold it!" Papyrus shouted, holding out his arm and nearly clotheslining me.
"What now?" Frisk asked as she looked in front of her.
There was a fork in the road, and both paths had a sign. The right sign had the words Mercy painted in swirly blue writing, and the left sign had Genocide carved into it and splashed with red paint.
"Sean would probably be in Genocide, seeing as he is a downright maniac," Papyrus said, examining the two signs.
"I think so too, but what if we're wrong?" Lunar asked, looking down the Genocide route.
"Alright. Well, what are we waiting for?" I asked, stepping forward. Lunar looked at me, worried.
"L-lets go, guys," She said, following me down the left path.
Papyrus and Frisk exchanged looks and rushed after us, Frisk riding on his back.