A bus pulls up in front of a large arena building under the night sky. Two people exit the bus: one, a slender man with long black hair; wearing a long black coat with white trim and a hood; wearing the sign of the archer on his attire... the other, a fairly tall and powerful-looking woman clad in a sharp business-type suit: black slacks, violet vest, white shirt with a violet tie - sharp and imposing, but subtly sexy on her frame.
The driver looks on with curiosity. "Aren't you two those famous people... Sagittarius Blue and Pisces Pink?"
The man and woman look at each other, then look back at the driver. "No," the man responds. "But there is a resemblance, isn't there?"
The driver looks a bit embarrassed, but the long-haired man reassures him. "It's okay, I get that a lot. For good reason. We... know each other." He points to his archer insignia. "Same sign... not quite the same person."
The driver looks at the woman in violet - and her response is a little more direct. "I'm not wearing pink, now am I?" She also points to the jeweled tie pin holding her tie in place - and the pin resembles the sign of the virgin. "I'm a different star sign altogether."
The driver is a bit perplexed - as are the females on the bus who can't get over how the man in black looks a lot like the Classic City Saint. Nevertheless, he gets ready to depart. Before leaving, he wishes the two good luck. "Not many people come here. This is a - "
"We know what this place is," interrupts the woman in violet, looking at the driver. Even through her purple-tinted shades, the driver can see - and feel - her impatience and annoyance with him. "It's where we belong."
The man in black smiles - and the driver feels just a hint of menace from him. "The best in the world. And we don't just belong there... It belongs to us."
The bus pulls off, and the two look at the enormous building with the sign that reads "Best In The World." They smile at each other, and walk towards it. The stars in the sky dance overhead, for a time... before shrinking away. For as the two approach, two constellations stand overhead prominent among the rest: The Archer and The Virgin. But not because they outshine the others...
But because they are darker than the rest.