Andromeda was running through Whitestar Forest looking for her sister but she was nowhere to be found. She was afraid that something might have happened to Stella. Now completely worried about her little sister, she even screamed out “For Arceus sake, Stella! Where are you?!” Suddenly, she heard a giggle similar to her sister’s and rushed towards it only to find Stella sitting near a cliff over the lake, stargazing. “There you are, young lady! I was so worried about you!” Andromeda said as she walked towards her sister. Stella turned around and smiled at her “Hi sis! Why were you worried? I am fine, as always!” Sighing in relief, the older sister sat down next to her and petted her on the head. “I searched the whole forest and you were nowhere to be found. No one even saw you leave or anything and you want me to worry a little bit? Not gonna happen, silly. I promised to look out for you and keep you out of trouble, remember?” Stella nodded and smiled as she turned her attention to the stars again.
Suddenly, the younger one laughed and jumped around, mimicking some weird and crazy moves. “What are you doing near the cliff?! Are you dumb?!” Andromeda screamed, panicking that Stella might slip and fall off of it. Stella immediately stopped moving and then walked off the cliff. Now that she wasn’t standing on the edge of a cliff anymore, she continued with the jumping and laughing. The older one shook her head and walked to her younger sibling. “What are you doing anyway?” she asked kindly. Stella stopped again and smiled at her older sister “I am doing what the stars said! I am about to learn a new move and that is why I am so happy!” Andromeda looked at her with a questioning look. “The staaars said you would learn a move? You do realise that you need a lot of practise to learn a new move, right?” she said to her younger sister. She only shook her head and said “No, no! The stars is all I need! Watch, sis!” Stella opened her mouth and, to her older sisters surprise, out came a bit weak but solid Flamethrower. Now it was Andromedas turn to be flabbergasted. “How did- what… how did you?” she began and was confused.
Stella only giggled and explained “The stars showed me a special line-up and told me how to effectively use and learn this move! What kind of move was that even? I don’t really know…” Andromeda sighed and then said “It was Flamethrower. Without much practising you learned that move on your own… I mean, with the stars’ help.” Stella was smiling from ear to ear, overwhelmingly happy. For the older sister, it did not make much sense that her younger sister just learned Flamethrower and she herself has been practising for over a month now and still wasn’t able to learn it. “Didn’t you try to learn the move for couple of weeks now, sis?” Stella asked her older sibling who just smiled lightly. “Yes but it doesn’t really work… everytime I try to use Flamethrower, my mouth just goes dry and just a little dust cloud comes out….” Andromeda admitted. “Maybe you should try to listen to the stars once, sis! They can help you with the learning process as well!” Stella said with eyes closed and a big smile on her face. Andromeda sighed and sat down, looking to the stars. She hadn’t done it for a long time now since she thought it is useless to just stare at them. As she gazed upon the stars, Stella sat down next to her older sister and watched the stars as well. Suddenly, the stars moved and formed Crossbreeds that looked exactly like Andromeda and Stella. The stars’ dance continued, as they recreated how Stella learned Flamethrower and her older sister being kinda jealous. Some stars began to circle the “Andromeda-Constellation” and seemed to talk to her, whispering how to learn the move perfectly. The constellation nodded and readied herself, opening its mouth and then releasing a huge, powerful cone of flames.
As the Real Andromeda saw this, she could have sworn to hear a light whisper that said “Focus… Keep calm… Believe in yourself.” It certainly wasn’t her younger sister as she would have recognized the voice. It was her time to jump up and walk away from the cliff, Stella following her. “Where are we going, sis?” the younger sibling asked. Andromeda answered “Just away from the cliff. I now know what to do!” Stella smiled and sat down as they both stopped walking. Andromeda closed her eyes and began to focus on her inner flame, realising that the fire in her was brighter than ever. As she opened her eyes again as well as her mouth, a bright and powerful cone of fire emerged from it. She was surprised and her younger sister exclaimed “Yay! The stars helped you as well! Praise the Starlord!” Andromeda smiled, being super happy, and said “Yes, the stars did help me. I am surprised… Thank you, little sister” They both hugged each other and then went back to their sleeping places in Whitestar Forest. As they laid down, the stars above them seemed to form a smiling constellation of their parents, happy that their daughters learned the powerful fire move Flamethrower.