(Kid is getting in trouble for deviating from the timeline after an accident involving wild magic led to them seeing the results of following what the (some evil and some doing what they feel they have no choice but to) grown-ups in their life want them to do, when the god in their bedroom doing the yelling is panicked because they're supposed to be responsible for the timeline going the way it should, since it did result in eventual victory over things much worse than even who [Kid] became and so much ends up built on that, and the gods with oversight over her are going to be PISSED)
Honestly, if [Kid] were still six, they might just have cried due to [God of Time] getting up them like this. She was meant to be a nice god. -- RecklessPrudence
"It wasn't my fault," said Pani, getting their facts established at the get-go. "You're the one who gave me the wild magic, so technically, it's your fault."
The Goddess of Time, Fate, and Chance -aka Aunty Temp- folded two of her arms and glared down at Pani. "That didn't fly when you were eight, Pani. You are destined for greatness, or should I say, you were destined for greatness."
"It was still wild magic, Aunty..." Pani pleaded. "I was just trying to get Haaken to stop punching me... and it went wrong." Tears were streaming down their face. Pani and Aunty Temp were the only people who knew who Haaken was, any more.