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"[in the ending movie, Alex's other friends evacuated safely from Fortress of Althena which is crashing into the water, but Alex and Luna made it out]
Jessica de Alkirk: [about to cry after Alex and Luna who never got out] Oh, Alex... Luna...
[as Alex's friends watches from distance where the flying fortress exploded after hitting the ground, a brief glitter was shown. Jessica, saddened by Alex and Luna's disappearance leans on Kyle and cries as Kyle embraces and comforts her]
Kyle: Alex... Dumb kid. Why'd you take the risk?
Mia Ausa: [slight unhappiness] Alex and Luna sacrificed themselves to save this world from destruction.
[Nall then started crying after being saddened from Alex and Luna's death]
Nall: Oh, Alex! And Luna! They're gone forever!
[Jessica and Nall keep sobbing and crying until a light appeared over the water]
Kyle: Huh?
[water spreads rapidly from the light across the land and the land became normal and green again]
Kyle: [gasped] Look at the ground. It's alive again!
[the sky turns blue again, and Alex and Luna appear from thin air]
Nash: Whoa.
Nall: [excited in happiness] Alex! Luna! You're all right!
[Alex and Luna, who has a towel around her body lands on the ground]
Alex: We did it. It's over.
Jessica de Alkirk: [emotionally joyed] We were so worried about you. Oh, Luna.
Luna: [shedding tears of joy] Oh, Jessica! I'm just... so happy to see you all!
[everyone laughs in joyful reunion]
Kyle: Well done, Alex! Well done.
Nash: Heh, heh, heh.
[as they all rejoice, Nash takes out his comb and combs his hair] "
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