Airimus turned back around, "I don't know, then..." he said, and looked up at the statue he and the rest of the group other than Twilight and Starling, had just come from, "I guess I'm just worried about you and Winter Bell, Twilight Sparkle..." he turned back around to hear her response. Twilight nodded, offering a smile, "You don't need to worry about us, Airimus. Winter and I have both been through a ton, even back in our own time." Airimus nodded, sighing heavily, "I guess that's why I felt you deserved better, but you don't seem to be disturbed by it." Twilight nodded, "Just don't say that I'm being naive again." Airimus nodded again, holding his hands up in a gesture of peace, "I won't. Sorry about that." Twilight nodded happily, "Apology accepted, oh and you both can just call me Twilight, I know my other friends found 'Twilight Sparkle' to be a bit of a mouthful."
The humans both nodded, "How is Twilight Sparkle your name, anyways?" Airimus asked, "Does it work like human names? Like mine is Airimus and then my family name is Pavonis." Twilight took a breath to answer, but held it, "...Well... My mother's name is Star Sparkle. And my father's is Crescent Sparkle. So, yeah, probably. Speaking of which, why are human names in some language that no one seems to speak?" Airimus let out a slight laugh, "Now that is a really, really good question. My name means 'Guarding Winds'... But no one calls me 'Guarding Winds' Pavonis... That would just roll off anyone's tongue, huh? But I don't know. Maybe humans have made up nonsense words for names because we're lazy."
Rex looked to Winter, "Hey, Winter, erm... Are you going to tell Twilight about what happened up at the statue?" He asked, it seemed like a pretty major event, and he was pretty sure no one had told her about it yet.