Reblogged from the-lost--princess
Rapunzel couldn’t believe what was happening. Staring wide-eyed at the boy, she listened hard. “W-wait, they already answered?” Grabbing a handful of snow, the blonde held it up to her ear, trying to hear something.
For some reason Rapunzel had been picturing the snow coming alive, forming into a giant snow God and answering the questions in a deep, rumbling voice.
"No, that’s okay." Rapunzel said, content. "I don’t want to bother it anymore." Setting the snow back down gently, she thought for a moment.
"Do you guys ever use your powers to help people?"
Neth smiled and nodded as he opened his eyes. “The element’s voice is silent, only those who are willing to listen can hear it. Which is why most people can’t, they don’t have time to listen to the elements anymore, that and the fact it seems they’ve forgotten all together that the elements all have a voice of their own.”
Urúvion remained silent at Rapunzel’s question, aside from getting his brother out of the temple and removing the poisoned flower from Sprite’s forest he’d done nothing but the opposite with his powers.
The Earth child shrugged. “If it is needed though we haven’t had much need for our powers for a while.”