Seven Red Suns

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Seven Red Suns is an Iterator who is friends with Five Pebbles. They are a minor character in the base game, mentioned only in several Pearl readings. In the ✔️DLCMore Slugcats Expansion, they have a major role in Spearmaster's story.

Appearance

Seven Red Suns does not make an in-game appearance. Artwork from the ✔️DLCMore Slugcats Expansion depicts their puppet as yellow with a circular red symbol on their forehead, resembling a sun. They have red stripes on their cheeks and gray antennae on either side of their head, and they wear a purple cloak.

About

Seven Red Suns has a cynical view of the Great Problem that all Iterators work to solve, openly proclaiming the task to be futile.[1] They are friends with Five Pebbles, who appears to trust them and look to them for guidance. After Five Pebbles' superstructure becomes infested with Rot, one of his neighbors, Unparalleled Innocence, takes pictures and shares them with the local group; afterwards, Chasing Wind contacts Seven Red Suns to inform them of this situation.[2] Chasing Wind lets them know that Five Pebbles listens to them and few others and recommends that they should talk to him. Seven Red Suns expresses concern for Five Pebbles and tells Chasing Wind that they will try to contact him.

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Prior to the events of Spearmaster's campaign, Seven Red Suns created Spearmaster as a means of communication between Iterators; specifically, they sent Spearmaster to Five Pebbles to deliver a Gold Pearl containing information on how to circumvent the self-destruction taboo.[3]

Seven Red Suns appears to have a close friendship with No Significant Harassment, as they regularly confide in each other about various topics throughout the events of Spearmaster's campaign. In conversations with No Significant Harassment, Seven Red Suns expresses regret at their decision to deliver the Pearl to Five Pebbles. They tell No Significant Harassment that they have sent Spearmaster to Five Pebbles again,[4] and they admit that they have grown fond of their messenger.[5]

After Spearmaster delivers their second message, Five Pebbles destroys Seven Red Suns' Overseer and locks down his facility, cutting off contact with Seven Red Suns. Afterwards, Seven Red Suns expresses their frustration to No Significant Harassment, feeling as though they have lost a friend and doomed both Five Pebbles and Looks to the Moon.[6] They worry that their messenger may not have survived, as they can no longer monitor Spearmaster's progress via their Overseer.[7]

No Significant Harassment asks Seven Red Suns how they communicate with their messenger, and they tell him that they did not give Spearmaster the Mark of Communication, as it only allows for one-way communication. They instead borrowed a language that uses gestures and facial expressions.[8] They go on to explain that the Mark of Communication would also draw too much attention from other Iterators' Overseers.[9]

After the completion of Spearmaster's campaign, their menu art shows Seven Red Suns and Spearmaster reunited.

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