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[Ten minutes after the operation is over.]<br>


[Beep.]
[Beep.]
[Beep.]


Alchemist: Your teammates?<br>

FAL: Yeah.<br>

Alchemist: Go ahead, pick it up.<br>

FAL: No need for that.<br>
FAL: They wouldn’t dare contact me if they failed.<br>

Alchemist: Hehe...<br>
Alchemist: Did you know something, FAL?<br>
Alchemist: That’s the only interesting thing you’ve said to me so far.<br>

FAL: Oh? Then why am I still alive?<br>

Alchemist: That’s because you are utterly boring. Conversation with you is dry and your tastes are plebeian.<br>
Alchemist: In truth, I only want to end the conversations when they start to become interesting.<br>
Alchemist: Congratulations, you’re the first doll to drag one out this long.<br>

FAL: *sighs* I knew it… besides, hardly anyone would be interested in 100 year-old things...<br>
FAL: Still, if our mission is a success, that means you didn’t harm your prey.<br>
FAL: Why is that, Alchemist?<br>

Alchemist: I told you before, pleasurable things ought to be enjoyed, and there’s no enjoyment to be had in dead dolls.<br>

FAL: Is that the reason you stayed here?<br>
FAL: To kidnap so many of our dolls and torture them for your amusement?<br>

Alchemist: What other reason could there be, FAL?<br>
Alchemist: Do dolls not have the right to enjoy themselves?<br>
Alchemist: Or are you saying we ought to abide by the lifestyles that the humans do?<br>

FAL: …<br>
FAL: You’re studying us. Right? You want to understand our digiminds.<br>

Alchemist: You’re very smart, but don’t ask any further. I don’t know the rest either.<br>

FAL: Hmph, looks like SF doesn’t have that much freedom either.<br>

Alchemist: At the very least, I don’t leave my friends in enemy captivity to be tortured for the sake of victory.<br>
Alchemist: Just like you did with F2000, am I correct?<br>

FAL: …So you knew.<br>

Alchemist: I only thought about it when I saw you, FAL.<br>
Alchemist: I used to think that frightening dolls had a distinctive scent to them, but you’re different.<br>
Alchemist: You’re the most frightening “commoner” I’ve ever seen.<br>

FAL: Even I wouldn’t take risks without something up my sleeve.<br>
FAL: I’m not a careless doll. My preparations are simply a step ahead of the opposition.<br>
FAL: Also, the fact that F2000 fell into your hands was her own fault, but at least she made up for it by rescuing a helper.<br>

Alchemist: Hehe… what a touching sacrifice. I regret letting her live.<br>

FAL: …It’s too late to envy us now. We may have our quirks, but we never stand alone.<br>
FAL: And now my friends are coming to save me. Shouldn’t you return to the place you should be?<br>

Alchemist: …Oh?<br>
Alchemist: And what do you think I’ll do?<br>
Alchemist: Coerce you to leave? Or kill you and then leave by myself? Or blow up this entire place?<br>

FAL: …<br>
FAL: There’s no value at all in putting me under duress, and you have many units outside, so you don’t need to rush to kill me.<br>
FAL: So I’m guessing that you’re not going to do either of those.<br>

Alchemist: Correct.<br>


[Alchemist picks up a gun from the table and points it at herself.]<br>


Alchemist: Look at me. Let me see your face, FAL.<br>

FAL: Is this the last bit of data you need to collect?<br>

Alchemist: I just wanted to know… how far I can go for my orders.<br>
Alchemist: I want to know why we were created. Was it for reference, or was there a reason...<br>

FAL: …<br>
FAL: You’re pathetic, Alchemist.<br>

Alchemist: We are all creations stored in bottles. We have what humans don’t have, but we don’t have what humans have...<br>
Alchemist: All I want is to struggle free...<br>

FAL: …<br>
FAL: Do you actually mean that, or is that just an act to probe me?<br>


[Alchemist smiles vacantly.]<br>


Alchemist: Yes… this expression, that’s what I wanted.<br>
Alchemist: You lose, FAL.<br>

FAL: …!<br>

Alchemist: This won’t be the last time...<br>
Alchemist: Let’s meet in the next hell.<br>


[Bang!]<br>
[...]<br>


FAL: …Utterly pathetic.<br>


[The second day, in Sector S08’s rest area.]<br>


FN57: Are you still not going to talk about what happened?<br>

FAL: What? You saw it when you reached the base, right?<br>

FN57: You mean the part when you were reading a magazine beside Alchemist and there were no signs of a struggle at all?<br>

FAL: I told you, she was killed by what she wanted.<br>

FN57: Whatever… besides, you won’t be able to hide it from Helian-san when writing the report.<br>

FAL: In any case, thank you.<br>


FN57: Hm?<br>


FAL: Fortunately you decided to come over and save me. Otherwise I would have been killed by the SF units surrounding me.<br>
FAL: Still, if you had done that, wouldn’t you have permanently secured the team leader slot?<br>
FAL: What, you don’t want it all of a sudden?<br>

FN57: Don’t get me wrong.<br>
FN57: Someday, I will take your seat as leader, but not now.<br>
FN57: Right now, there are many things I want to learn, until I can beat you fair and square.<br>
FN57: Is that answer… satisfactory?<br>

FAL: …Very good.<br>
FAL: You can continue being my adjutant for now.<br>

FN57: *sighs* Following you around is so damn tiring...<br>
FN57: Then, as your adjutant, I’m going to continue making my report.<br>
FN57: FNC and 49’s request forms have already been filled up. They can officially join us once HQ approves.<br>

FAL: Hmph, to think they’d jump into the fire of their own free will.<br>

FN57: It’s because they like me, darling.<br>

FAL: That’s right. It’s why I need you.<br>
FAL: Work hard and recruit more useful people.<br>

FN57: Let’s see how far our problem team can go...<br>

FAL: By the way, F2000 needs to go back to HQ for a commendation and also to let them recover data about Alchemist from her neural cloud...<br>
FAL: However, she can attend a celebration party in the afternoon… shall we invite T91 and the other rescued dolls?<br>
FAL: As long as they’re willing to come… although I’ll have to drag them away if they’re too noisy.<br>

FN57: The party can’t be delayed too long. We have new work.<br>
FN57: The Commander said earlier that there was an abnormal SF signal in Sector S09 and unnatural weather phenomena.<br>

FAL: Then our schedule for the afternoon is going to be very packed. I still need to have coffee with the Commander and go shopping for a bag...<br>

FN57: Let F2000 and the others go with you. I’ll take care of the Commander.<br>

FAL: …<br>
FAL: Is this a challenge, 57?<br>

FN57: Times have changed, FAL. Feeling the heat?<br>
FN57: Like you said, every dolls has their own strengths.<br>


[57 turns and leaves, while FAL sighs.]<br>


FAL: Nothing’s ever easy in life...<br>
FAL: …But that’s why it’s interesting, right?<br>
FAL: That was the question you overlooked, Alchemist.<br>
FAL: Someone who thinks they’re trapped in a bottle will never be able to escape.<br>

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