Story/Night 9-2 (Part1)/Script

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[……]

T65: AHHHHHHHHH!
We’re totally screwed now!

T77: ...

Garand: It, it’ll be fine...
Even if AK47-san was critically damaged on the frontlines… even if there’s nobody to play M16-san...

Actually M3: Garand-san, we can’t go on if nobody plays M16!

T65: What should we do—!?
Where are we going to find someone to sub for AK47-senpai—
Right, I’ve got it, though it might be a little tricky, you play M16-senpai, T77.

T77: Snap out of it, T65-senpai, there’s no way I could manage it with my figure.

T65: Then I’ll do it —!!

T77: Snap out of it, T65-senpai, there’s no way you could manage it with your height.

T65: Then what should we do!!!

Actually M3: Is there a way to dress up one of my dummies… so it looks like M16-san…
That way, we can still...

T77: We can apply makeup to a doll, of course, but wouldn’t that mean you’d have to play two people at the same time, M3-senpai?

Actually M3: Uuu...

Garand: Don’t panic, everyone.
Since we’ve got no choice, let’s use our backup plan.

T65: What? A backup plan?

Actually M3: What? We actually have a backup plan?

Garand: When I was planning, I considered a situation where one of our actors might go missing… that’s also why I picked a place so close to the base.

T65: That’s Garand-senpai for you!

[T77 shrugged.]

Actually M3: Then what should we do...

Garand: M1A1, this is Garand.
AK-47-san can’t come because of an accident, so I need you to contact someone...

[Beep…]

M1A1: Huh? How are we going to fill M16-san’s role if AK47-san isn’t around?

Garand: No need to worry.
This might be a little sudden, but can you help me contact M1928A1-san?

T65: Thompson-senpai?

Garand: A few personal habits aside...
Given her attitude and appearance, she’s the best person for the job apart from AK47-san.

M1A1: Thompson-san...

Garand: I checked earlier, she doesn’t have any missions today.
She ought to be in the dorm now—

M1A1: She’s not.

Garand: Hah?

M1A1: Thompson-san’s team was just sent out to relieve another team having trouble on a mission.
It seems… she’s been sent to rescue AK47-san and the others.

Garand: ...
Er...

T77: This might be fate.

T65: AHHHHHHHHHHHH!
How could this happen!

Actually M3: Is there… no way now...

T77: Maybe...
We should head back for tonight?

T65: How can you say that, T77!

T77: Tonight isn’t the only chance we’ll have to film.
Wouldn’t it be better to head back to base and polish our work rather than do a hasty job out here?

[……]

Garand: ...
It’s true that today isn’t our only chance to film… but there’s no guarantee how things will turn out if we let them drag on.
I’m talking about T91’s condition, and about M16-san...

T77: ...

Garand: Right now, we can all do something, so we mustn’t let a single chance go by.

T77: But now that we’re missing such a key actor...

T65: If the actor won’t come to us, then we’ll have to take the camera and look for them!
I’m going to bring T91 good news from M16, even if it means struggling to my very last drop of blood!

T77: Even if that good news is… fake?

Garand: It’s too early to head back to base now. The night has only just begun.

Garand: M1A1, can you help us pinpoint M1928A1-san’s present location?

M1A1: Sure I can…
But if you head out from your present location, you’ll be walking through the SF defensive line on foot.

T65: Through their lines it is then, you think I’m chicken?
I’ll take a Manticore head-on for my annoying kouhai!

M1A1: According to the Commander’s information, there do seem to be SF armored units along the way...
Including, but not limited to, a large number of Manticores.

T65: Garand-nee, let’s head back to base.
I think T91 can hold out for a little longer.

Garand: T65-san… please don’t grab me like that, it’s very uncomfortable...

Actually M3: Is there no way to go around them?

M1A1: Even if you could find a weakness in their defenses… there’s no guarantee that you won’t run into their patrolling units anyway.

Actually M3: Hmm… what would M4-san do if she were here…?

Garand: Seems like there’s no way back for us...
In any case, we’ll just have to give it a try...

T65: That’s right! It doesn’t make sense that we should be so unlucky today!
“Patrolling” means they’re wandering around, it’s not like we’ll run into them that easily!

T77: ...Seriously?
Just for…
Forget it.

M1A1: If I confirm them… then I’ll send you their coordinates.

[……]

[Whumwhumwhum…]

T65: That was...
Was that the sound of a Manticore’s motive module...

Garand: It’s fine, our current location hasn’t been exposed yet, they must just be patrolling the surroundings.

T65: But if we travel on and discover that we’re surrounded by patrolling Manticores—

T77: What happened, T65-senpai?
Where’s the cool T65-senpai from just now?

T65: I’m scared of scary things, it can’t be helped.

M3: SF patrols...
According to our intelligence, most of the SF units are just mindlessly following pre-programmed routes, right?

Garand: That does seem to be the case, yes...
But even if the routes are fixed, there’s no point if we don’t know how many forces they have in reserve and their position....

M3: But if we could rewrite the preplanned routes...
Would that mean we could redirect all those big SF units somewhere else?

T65: Is that even possible?
You’ll get infected if you carelessly connect to SF equipment!

M3: All we need to do is manually insert a fake signal into the SF command signal...
If we don’t access the transmission equipment, we won’t be infected… at least, I think that’s what was written on those little anti-virus cards that the Commander gave out...

Garand: So we’ll make the enemies clear us a path, huh...
M3-san, that plan just might work!

M3: I… I was just thinking about what countermeasures M4-san would adopt at a time like this...

T77: While I don’t know if it’ll work, it’s way better than clashing with powerful enemies head-on.
Let’s gamble on it, then.