This situation was still all so strange to her. While she did spend a night gazing at the stars with Leona that one time, Diana had figured that it would only be once. Then everything would go back to the way they were. So why was it that she found herself here now, her eyes on the sky dotted with those very same, sparkling objects. She hugged her knees loosely, fingers tapping against her armor lightly.
"Because that is how nature works," she responded evenly. "As you have seen with the Solari and the Lunari, the Solari were the first to rise up against it all. They wanted to rule. The same goes for any other nation, clashing because of different ideals. I am simply showing the Solari that their behaviour and lies will not go unpunished. After all, what is to stop them from doing something like that again, especially if they believe they can do so without repercussions."
Diana sighed, tilting her head to the side to gaze at the moonflowers once more. "Even the sun sets in paradise."
"I will.. we can stop them.. without violence. We can create a new Lunari, and reunite the two, sure, it would take time for things to return as they were.. but I'm certain it will. You cannot let the fear of the past prevent you from moving on in the future. Tell me, wouldn't you like that?"
Leona then smiled gently
"Indeed.. the Sun does set, yet, at the same time, it still shines" she pointed up towards the Moon, her eyes still on Diana