"Very young then. At least, you can see the world better than I can with those wings of yours…" He was very jealous of those who could go wherever they pleased, not limited to being housed in an ancient hunk of gold. "The Earth? The Earth doesn’t need humans, or does it govern humans… Humans are fully capable of being idiots on their own time. They’re especially adept at perpetuating their stupid ideas to a point where they become widely accepted as fact, and cause wars despite themselves. Someone should stop them, don’t you think?"
"It wasn’t built for you, you know.” He scoffed, though… he was a hypocrite. “What do you mean, no weather? Why should they be smaller? I only really agree with your first point…”
"I have an unequaled view of the world, but I assure you you are missing less than you would this. Everything here is designed specifically for those stuck to the ground like drawings on a page. I may have a better view, but I still must return to the ground each day." In this case the jealousy he would usually be rather smug about was not useful to him, and he attempted to placate the other charmingly. "When you speak of it like that perhaps, as one on the inside."
"Of course it was not. If it were it has been done so horribly. However if we are speaking of remaking the world in a manner that suits us those would be the least of my suggestions. I can not fly in the rain and I freeze when it snows. The size of humans too should be obvious, I am tired of humans with all their supernatural strength and bulk believing they are so superior. And what have you against my second point, is it not common courtesy to make all buildings accessible to all citizens?"
"Don’t you come from another place, though? If you’re some different, winged species? There’s no… what, secret hideout in the sky?" Thief used the words universe and Earth sometimes, but did he really grasp any concept of outer space or what happens if you completely leave the atmosphere? …Probably not.
"You couldn’t just… remove weather! Would it be hot all the time or cold all the time? No clouds, so… very hot, then? You know I might like that, actually… I like the heat. Egyptian summers might burn you alive, but, at least it’s an interesting sensation." That or he was insane. Both?
"You’re not weaker than a human." He snickered. "Are you? Anyway, could you even consider yourself a citizen?"
"Not so long as I wish to continue breathing. The spells to change oxygen tolerance are not as flexible as one would wish. You certainly could remove weather. The clouds could simply continue their primary function of protecting the world from the sun’s heat. The stars would warm the earth from Lady Moon’s chill. All days would be comfortably warm, without the glare of bright sunlight or the coolness of excessive shade. There would be no rain or snow to drive bodies to build houses. Superior in all ways, no?"
"Of course not. Even if I were not capable of incinerating a human with more haste than the blinking of an eye I would be far from that weak.” He snorted, eyes bright as though amused at the absurdity of the question. “However the difference in size does lead some of the less intellectually equipt of the human species to assume so. I would prefer less unnecessary challenges thrown my way. The clean up is rather a hassle, you understand. I certainly would consider myself a citizen of the earth. It is where I live is it not?”