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“I remember that.” He muttered before raising his voice. “Good to know, I guess.”
He worried at his thumbnail for a second. “Is that so?” It might’ve been rhetorical.
“Sure. Can’t be that I know nothing about the person I owe so much to, right?” He asked with an unmoved expression. He was lying through his teeth. He knew pretty much everything about him, or at least, as much as he had been careless enough not to hide.
He quirked an eyebrow, not entirely buying the façade, but not commenting such in case it turned out he was wrong. It’d happened before, being entirely off, so caution was not to be thrown to the wind. “I’m always open for questions, then.”
A small grin appeared on his face. This brother of his was obviously not as careful as his others. He had a few brothers. Some remembered him, some didn’t. He loved messing with them all the same. Zeva, his dear little sister, was an exception of course, even though she could be quite annoying. “I hoped you would say that.” He paused for a moment. “What the fuck do you think you’re doing, Heracles?” He asked then, his voice piercing the air. “Why the hell has the government stopped working? This is your doing, isn’t it?”
Just because he was open for questions didn’t mean he’d answer them truthfully… or at all, for that matter. “Someone’s coming to conclusions quickly,” he drawled, holding back a small grin. “Why would I do something that would be directly harmful to me? That doesn’t make much sense at all. In fact, who in their right mind would do that?” His hands moved about lazily as he spoke, and he thought about what to tack on next. “I’d like to think that I, personally, am perfectly in my right mind.” A pause. “You might not be, but I am.” The grin was getting more and more difficult to hold back.