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𝐒𝐇𝐄 𝐇𝐀𝐓𝐄𝐃 𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐑𝐄𝐒𝐏𝐎𝐍𝐒𝐈𝐁𝐈𝐋𝐈𝐓𝐘 𝐎𝐍 𝐇𝐄𝐑 𝐒𝐇𝐎𝐔𝐋𝐃𝐄𝐑𝐒. She wasn't the type of person to lead the rest of her people into a war, she wasn't. Pisces was a kind and gentle person, and she hated nothing more than when her people wanted a fight. The Zodiacs weren't created to be unlawful beings, and yet, that was exactly what they were. They had nothing more to do at that moment to find something else to do. It didn't matter how many plans that she pieced together in her mind, she wasn't the type of person to start a war. 

The Sign sat on the floor behind her podium, her knees pulled into her chest as she sat there. Her mind was racing as she tried to piece together something together, but she was struggling. There were so many things that could go wrong, and she didn't want that responsibility. She wasn't supposed to be the one with everything on her plate, she just wasn't. Pisces was supposed to be the one who would do whatever it was that she could to make sure that her family was safe. 

She ran her fingers through her hair and tugged at the ends, shaking her head slightly. The young girl didn't know what she was doing, and the longer that she sat there, trying to think of a way to save their asses, she couldn't. She couldn't think of a plan that would get them to summon Ophiuchus back to their home and get her to tell her where she sent their family. Pisces wanted to appeal to the humanity of the Serpent, but she knew that her sister had gone too far and wasn't going to be able to stand her siblings. She was going to whatever the hell she wanted. 

Pisces stood up and she made her way over to the large window that would allow them to stare out over the planets around them. She clenched her jaw as she looked around at all of the other surrounding planets and star systems. The young woman shook her head slightly as she wondered which of them her siblings are on. Ophiuchus wouldn't have been strong enough to banish the signs over the course of the galaxy, no one was that powerful. The Signs were strong beings in their own ways, but they would never be strong enough to banish all of them on different worlds. 

Lifting her hand, Pisces rested it against the cool glass of the window, tilting her head to the side. There were so many things that she was thinking about, her siblings being most of them. Pisces wasn't selfish and that was going to be her downfall. That was one of the bad things about being someone like her, she was too good, too pure for her own good. Pisces never wanted a war amongst her people, but now Ophiuchus was on her own and started a war with a one-woman army. 

But as all of the Zodiacs were gathered around the large meeting hall, there was a shake that went through the room. Pisces' snapped her head around as she stared at the others, wondering what the hell had gone wrong. Though, the longer that they all stared at each other, the louder that the noise had gotten. Pisces took a step forward, but that was when the devil herself took a step into the room, her eyes glancing over everyone in front of her. 

"Well, well, well, if it isn't my lovely family," Ophiuchus sneered as she glared at all of them, her eyes landing on Pisces last. The two of them stared at each other for a few seconds, before the girl spoke. "It seems as if the rest of you would like to spark a deal? In order to protect your siblings that I banished?" 

"Ophiuchus," Leo stated as he took a step forward, his eyes narrowed in on the woman in front of him. "Where did you send our siblings?" 

"Wouldn't you guys love to know," Ophiuchus smirked, folding her arms across her chest. She shrugged her shoulders as she quirked an eyebrow at them before she continued. "Now, wouldn't it be tragic if I never told you guys what had happened to your favorite little siblings?" The Sign began to walk around the group of her siblings, a devious expression on her lips. "Nah, I think I'll keep you guys wondering what I have planned." 

"No," Taurus snapped at her, glaring at her. "How about you tell us where our siblings are before we make you tell us?" 

Ophiuchus clenched her jaw before she unraveled her hands and she stared at them, "No. How about I make the rest of you feel how you made me feel? How would you guys like to know what banishment feels like?" 

And before anything else could be said, all of the Signs collapsed to the ground, unconscious. None of them knew what was going to happen when Ophiuchus knocked them all out, but they could only assume that they knew what they were going to wake up to. 

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