This piece depicts the journey of a young hero who has lost his place among his kingdom/village/home to a reclusive, rival sibling (think Black Panther). Pluto is sent into exile. The beginning of the piece relays Pluto's feelings of regret for losing his position in his home and sadness from being away from his family. BUT, he suddenly receives a message from a credible source that he has an opportunity to return home and reclaim his place among his family and his home. So, he travels back home, as depicted by the first fast section of the piece. Once Pluto arrives, he is questioned by the elders of his right to be back. Pluto defends himself well and begins to win the side of the people. However, his rival sibling suddenly makes his or her way to the battlefield as part of Pluto's opportunity to reclaim his power: he must kill his sibling for the title. They engage in an all-out brawl, and, after much fighting and struggle, Pluto kills his sibling and takes his power back. His family welcomes him with open arms, and he is restored as king/leader (whatever you imagine it to be). Pluto feels overjoyed that he is back home and that he is the rightful recipient of the power, both of which he is extremely grateful for.