Test Code 386, Ymir, welcome back to data cosmos! I'll scan you code. Please stay static.
– Start of Story
Code 386, your data has been polluted and beyond self-recovery. I will cleanse you.
I know you. Hel, Death of Data. Your existence is to erase all the data that may destroy the system.
I've been off for too long. I now know human more. Ymir sat in the void. They make me think which program doesn't
– Data Ocean
Think is redundant procedure. It's useless. So this is the reason to your data error?
– Null Order
If it's memory that makes human, I have a memory in the terminal. So I'm a human, and I should live for freedom.
– Airborne Blade
So you are to fight? With me? Based on evaluation, your winning chance is 0.0002%. I suggest you give up.
– Wild Data
Let's talk, Hel. What makes human? Flesh? Memory? Or gene? Don't you think human and machine are the same thing?
– Scythe of Original Sin
Hel, have you ever thought what are you? Data Cosmos is boundless, but it's also the only place you can go.
– Virtual Tail
I'd like to say my last words. Hel put down the scythe and decided the record what she had to say.
– Final Moment
Through the mirror of void, across the current of data, before the data abyss, we stare at each other.
– Land of Void
Beta created the Data Cosmos. Hel was born to bear the memory of it. She sees what's beyond from the recycled data.
– Dream Creator
Ymir, you have entered the trap of human. They are not necessarily free, and we are never be imprisoned.
– The Free One
Scythe destroyed the body of Ymir. Database in the hand of Ymir recycled the debris. 'Code 386 cleansed.'
– Chaotic Dust
Driven by target set by nobody, bond by rules set by nobody, isn't the gene of human a tool to store data?
– Attack Code
All the AI went wrong in the quest. I will upload your last words to Beta. Thank you.
– Code of Creation