Ugh. Why did they have to choose me as the star guard?
Athene let me give my job to someone else because I didn't like it. Artemis would probably let you too. You should talk to her.
I can't believe she makes me turn the stars on and off every night! It's so annoying! It's fine if I forget one night, isn't it?
I could just leave them on. I mean, people could use more light during the day. It doesn't just have to be at night does it?
Luna was chosen a long time ago, by Artemis, daughter of Zeus and ruler of the moon, to guard the stars and make sure they turn on and off every night and every morning. Luna soon got tired of this job and felt she was worth more.
Is she really trying to get out of doing her job? I 'm going to need to talk to her.
Luna turns to her friend for help in her sticky star situation. She confesses her anger but doesn't want to lose her job altogether.
This world could use a little less light. I'll just turn the stars off and not turn them back on again. Artemis didn't do anything last time, so I wouldn't expect her to do anything this time either.
Luna develops a plan to show Artemis she is worth more. She decides o leave the stars on all the time, so she doesn't have to turn them off at night.
Can you? From what I've seen, you've been slaking off on the job you have. I'll give you another chance this time, but if you slack off again, I'll have to give your job to someone else.
Finally, you're here. I need you to change my job. I can do better than turning on and off the stars.
Artemis sees Luna's behavior from her home in Mount Olympus. She starts to make her descent down to Earth on a billowing cloud.
After Luna realizes that Artemis didn't do anything about her choices last time. She soon decides to turn all of the stars off and leave them that way.
When Artemis meets with Luna to discuss her job, Luna decides to ask for a more fitting job. Artemis gives her one last chance to prove that she deserves a new job, and won't slack off.