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<p><i>-- It is at night, especially when the moon is gibbous and waning, that I see the thing --</i>

<p>9S didn't believe in anything unless it was backed by hard evidence. He didn't believe that machines had hearts, or that animals were sentient. By that same coin, he also didn't believe in eldritch creatures whose existence was based on a handful of eye-witness reports.

<p><i>-- I dream of a day when they may rise above the billows to drag down in their reeking talons the remnants of puny, war-exhausted mankind --</i>

<p>There was a cavern just to the north of the capital where most of these sightings were concentrated. 9S entered the yawning structure, the smell of salt water overwhelming his olfactory function. He'd been on many solo missions back home and none of them made him feel as anxious as he was right now. Scouting machine life forms was his specialty; scouting biological lifeforms...not so much. He wasn't built to deal with living things. Then again, he wasn’t built to deal with anything related to Kadath, really.

<p>Still - orders were orders. He may have been the 'new guy' at Intelligence, but he didn't want to have to show his commander and coworkers that he was just a calculator with legs. He was a scanner -- he was programmed, assembled and hardwired to find things. And if it meant he had to prove as much by meandering the bowels of a greasy cavern in search of some imaginary creature, then go him.

<p><i>-- Of a day when the land shall sink, and the dark ocean floor shall ascend amidst universal pandemonium -- </i>

<p>Other than the repetitive drip of seawater and the low hum of Pod's mechanical body, it was eerily quiet. 9S couldn't shake off the feeling of eyes on his back. He figured it must have been the darkness preying on his imagination.

<p><p>His footsteps lead him to a large natural chamber with ankle-deep water at the base. The putrid smell alone was making his eyes sting. He hopped down with a splash and did a 360 on the spot, taking in the interior of the cavern, at first in awe because the walls were so shiny and shimmery, then with abject disgust when he realized the shiny and shimmery was actually oozing slime.

<p><b>"What is this place...?"</b>

<p><i>-- The end is near. I hear some slippery body lumbering against it. It shall not find me- --</i>

<p> <b>"Analysis: This area is composed of limestone, plant matter and unidentified animal proteins. Further details unknown."</b>

<p>9S swiped a gloved finger pad along the wall’s surface and stared at the thick, goopy string of slime attached between his finger and the wall. Little bulbous formations suddenly dislodged from the wall and rolled down like a tiny avalanche, stopping at 9S’ feet. He recoiled on contact.

<p><b>“Yuck! What on earth are these?”</b>

<p>“Analysis: These are protein membranes containing embryos.”

<p>9S’ lip twitched in the first traces of dread. <b>“Um...does that mean we're in a...?”</b>

<p>The exchange broke when bubbles began to emerge out of a fixed spot in the center of the ground. The bubbles rose from a dark and deep body of water, not a 2-inch puddle. It meant that the cavern floor wasn’t entirely as flat as 9S had initially thought. He backed away slowly, accidentally squishing an egg with his heel. The bubbles grew more violent, leading to a geyser that exploded upwards, the shock of which causing 9S to fall back on his behind.

<p>His visuals stuttered for a moment, but when he shook it off, he found himself staring up at the vague edges of a broad creature. Round, lime-colored eyes refracting Pod’s light were staring down at him, cradled by a large crescent-shaped row of sharp teeth. 9S' jaw plummeted.

<p><b>“...Oh, <i>crap--”</i></b>

<p><i>-- “Gods, that hand! The window! The window!” --</i>

<p>Emitting a high-pitched shriek, the creature swung a long, bony claw at the intruder. 9S had just enough time to unclasp Cruel Oath from his back and intercept the blow. He wasn’t entirely ready for the attack, however, and the blade was knocked away from his grip. The creature made to attack him again, and 9S put up his arms in self-defense. In a timely save, Pod lodged herself between them and unleashed energy bullets at the creature’s face.

<p>The onslaught provided enough distraction that 9S was able to shuffle away and feel around for his sword. With Pod engaging the enemy, there was just enough light to catch the faint edge of his blade. But then the light suddenly went out, and Pod was plucked from the air with a loud smack. The tactical assistant landed next to 9S, her mechanical whirring coming to a worrying halt.

<p>He gripped Cruel Oath in front of his body with shaking hands as his eyes attempted to pick out the creature’s whereabouts among the blackness. His back was pressed plush against the wall, eggs and slime cascading down his hair and shoulders, but his disgust was stunted the fact that he was pretty much screwed right now.


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Lower Kadath was more dangerous than all the other sectors...but sometimes dangerous was just another word for 'fun'. This was what 9S was mostly convincing himself with when he tagged Goya down to the famboyant giant of a Casino. <b>"You need a few bucks, right? Just leave it to me! It'll be easy."</b> he'd said.

<p>What 9S failed to take account of was that he essentially looked like a pre-pubescent choir boy. Getting in wasn't easy; 9S had waylaid the guard-infested entrance, instructed Pod 153 to find them an alternate route, and soon the two humanoids fell out of the air ducts and into a storage room in the back area.

<p>9S dusted off his suit, coughing a little when plumes of dust invaded his respiratory functions. <b>"Well -- here we are. Getting out won't be so easy, so it's up to us to act like adults now that we're in here."</b> 9S, who new nothing about being an adult, flashed Goya a reassuring grin (that would probably fail to reassure her in anyway). <b>"Just act yourself -- except a little older!"</b>

<p>In all honesty, 9S didn't know what a casino even was when he'd first arrived in Kadath. But ever since becoming a member of the Intelligence Department, he'd had a few assignments with a partner or three that involved heist at casinos, and by proxy, his computerized brain had absorbed everything there was to know about casinos like a sponge. Well -- almost everything. He was still trying to figure out why people essentially came here to lose.

<p>At any rate, the plan was simple; they were to approach one of the casino games - something easily manipulable like a slot machine or roulette table - where 9S would put his hacking skills to good use, and earn them a generous amount of chips in the least suspicious way possible. He'd been fired up about this plan ever since his friend expressed a vague need for more money. Pizza delivery didn't quite seem to be cutting it -- he should really talk her out that job one day.

<p>Pod, who was floating by on stealth mode, piped up. <b>"Analysis: Area leading to game room is clear. Proceed to game room immediately."</b>

<p>Adjusting his necktie and tugging on his cuffs, Nines nodded at his friend.



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<p><b>"Black Box signal detected."</b>

<p>It had been several days since Pod had picked up on the reading.

<p>With no overworld map to reference from, the helper robot couldn't obtain a specific location, and 9S had grown restless. He didn't know what to expect on the receiving end of that signal. Frankly, it sounded almost too good to be true. A2 and he had been the only surviving YoRHa units up until...that.

<p><b>"...you sure you're not just glitching?"</b>

<p><b>"Negative. This Pod's scanner is functioning properly."</b>

<p>He tried not to think too hard about it as his searches turned up empty. He must have scaled a good portion of Upper Kadath, but the signal remained active and all that harder to ignore. If anything, the target must have been moving from place to place also.


<p>Eventually, 9S’ on-going search brought him to the Iron Works. Factory fumes and car exhaust clung to this part of the metropolis, instilling it in a whitish haze. 9S was almost tempted to look elsewhere because, well. He couldn’t see anything in front of him anyway -- but a tiny spark of hope had spurred him on.

<p>He searched the city like the ones before it, asking anyone he could stop on the street for some semblance of white hair, katana -- maybe a black oversuit. Still nothing.

<p>Before he knew it, nightfall had arrived. Exhausted, 9S slumped on the sidewalk, where he'd stew in his continued frustration. It was his hard-wired neuroses to keep looking; he couldn't help it. He just...needed a minute.

<p>Leaning back on the heels of his palms, 9S was thinking about, nothing in particular, when movement caught his periphery. He turned to look down the street, and found himself doing a double-take on the familiar edges of...9S Blinked behind his visor, just in case he was the one glitching. When the figure didn’t disappear, he stood up slowly, brows furrowing, mouth parting.

<p>It...couldn't be.



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<p><center><h2>- Commander -</h2></center>
<p>I admit, I thought it was strange that you'd want to meet a grunt like me in-person.

<p>"The pleasure is mine, commander."

<p>Did you do that to every single 9S that came before me? And if you did, was it to pay some kind of homage? Or did you want to keep an eye on my model, make sure I was behaving exactly like the other 9S'?

<p>A string of code in my programming told me that I was created to fight a battle against the machine life forms dwelling on the surface of the earth. That we were all made by the humans for this purpose. The thought of winning the war and finally meeting the humans really excited me. I wondered if every other android felt this way about their human creators. It was always hard to tell what everyone felt, when emotions were prohibited for YoRHa units.

<p>I guess it's not just controlling my emotions that I have problems with. It's controlling my curiosity. I'm a high-end scanner type, after all. I kept questioning our missions and YoRHa's motives, just like the other 9S' before me.

<p>I thought I'd be in trouble when you noticed that I hacked into the main server to look for information behind the YoRHa Project. What I found at the time didn't make sense to me. As our Commander, I trusted you so much that I wanted to hear what you said before I came up with assumptions...because the assumptions I was bordering on honestly scared me.

<p>But when I asked you about them--

<p><b>"Humans no longer exist."</b>

<p>I felt numb. It was like your words alone were eating away at my perception of reality. I couldn't even talk, but you seemed so calm when you said it, as if it was something you came into terms with a long time ago.

<p><b>"But -- why?"</b>

<p><b>"Because we all need a god worth fighting for."</b>

<p>You didn't didn't take disciplinary action against me for prying. You just let me be. Did you want me to learn the truth too?

<p>(Or were you waiting for 2B to kill me?)

<p><center><h2>- 21O -</h2></center>

<p>Being a scanner-type model was lonely. At least combat-type YoRHa units can fight alongside their teammates, reassured by the constant presence and support. I was just sent out at the beginning of every operation to scan the enemy, the environment, and gather information on the front lines. Then after that, I'd get called back to my room.

<p>As my personal operator, you were always so professional and mission-focused, but hearing your voice on the other line was always a treat.

<p>Remember how I used to tell you about the weather through the comm? Remember when I voiced my opinions on things that weren't really relevant to any mission? You shot me down every time, making some excuse about not wasting energy saying mindless things.

<p>...Like the commander, you wanted to keep your distance from me too, huh? After all...you've had to talk to so many 9S' over the comm. You've had to reaquaint with them every time, only for them to die again the next day. Maybe you got tired of that, and saw it pointless to keep trying.

<p>I didn't realize how much you made an impact on me until I had to face you in battle. You were taken over by a logic-virus. It warped you. You wanted to kill <i>me</i>. I'd killed so many of our teammates because of that stupid virus, but to kill you -- deep inside, I couldn't do it. I hesitated.

<p>I could only watch you as you stood back up and stumbled toward me, your fingers gnarled like you wanted to tear me apart.

<p>A2 ended up killing you instead.

<p>It made me hate her more than I already did.

<p><center><h2>- 2B -</h2></center>

<p>I first met you when the commander put me in charge of your maintenance. You seemed a little disoriented when you came to. Honestly, I was too. Standing in front of you was like standing in front of someone I'd known all my life, even though my visual processors didn't recognize you at all.

<p>I thought you didn't like me at first. You didn't want me to call you 'ma'am', and if I so much as breathed toward you, you turned the other way. At least the commander and 21O exercised genuine apathy, but your voice always felt like a cold snap.

<p>But when we fought side by side, I was so happy. I wasn't lonely anymore. It felt like having family. I wanted to get closer to you, even though, like the others, you wouldn't let me. I think...you came off as a little sad to me, sometimes. I wondered if you were as lonely as I was, deep down. I wondered what happened to you in the past to make you so withdrawn.

<p>I guess watching someone die over and over by your hands kind of does that to you, huh?

<p>I didn't know.

<p><i>I didn't know</i> how much I was making you suffer.

<p><b>"...I mean, if you want to call me Nines, it's totally okay."</b>

<p>Before I knew it, the 14th war arrived. The Council of Humanity blared over the comms about how humanity was so proud of our efforts. I was close to laughing. Empty words designed to give us empty hope.

<p>2B -- <i>you</i> were my reason to fight. You were all I had. The only person I wanted to protect.

<p>When the logic-virus turned on YoRHa, it hit hard. You were infected with it, and you never told me. I looked everywhere for you. I couldn't rest until I found you.

<p>And when I did, A2 had killed you before my very own eyes.

<p>Could you imagine how I felt at that moment? I wanted to deny that reality. I wanted to tear out my own core. I wanted to kill A2 for taking you away from me.

<p>Thinking back on it now, I think you knew how I felt. After all -- you've killed me again and again and again. It must have eaten away at you, left you hopeless.

<p><center><h2>- Adam -</h2></center>

<p>I remember how the machine lifeforms collected in a fit of hysteria, congealing together like a cocoon and birthing you...a machine made in the image of man.

<p>You called yourself Adam.

<p>Didn't you get the irony in that?

<p>I was already on the impression that machine lifeforms didn't have hearts, but you took that to a whole new level. You littered the ground with YoRHa corpses. You held me hostage, just to pull 2B's strings. You <i>crucified</i> me and dangled me in front of her like a prize.

<p>And against her...you were holding back.

<p>Why did you do it? Why were you so eager to die?

<p>I think I understood why, when it came to be <i>my</i> time to die.

<p>I lay in a field of white, my fried circuits going off in my ears. I could barely remember the early moments of my life, but the second part of the truth was still fresh in my mind.

<p>The reason YoRHa and the machine lifeforms mercilessly warred with eachother was because both sides wanted to become more human. You must have known that. You must have accepted it.

<p>Hatred, misery, pain, death...are they really what bring us closer to humanity?

<p>That rationale sounds so stupid, thinking about it now. I'd take the false truth of YoRHa over it.

<p><center><h2>- Eve -</h2></center>

<p>Your bother must have known that by dying, he'd be planting the seed of hatred inside of you. Hatred is another virtue of being human, right? Your pain over losing him was so palpable. You wanted to tear 2B and I apart for taking him away from you.

<p>Just when I thought we'd gotten rid of you, you corrupted my body. In that moment, I felt the magnitude of your hatred. When I saw 2B, I had the insatiable need to kill her. But what kept me grounded was how much equally I loved her.

<p>feeling a mixture of love and hate for someone was strange. It was like they'd melded together, becoming the same thing. I didn't trust myself around her, but at the same I wanted to protect her with every fiber of my being.

<p>If you taught me anything, it was that machines <i>did</i> have strong emotions, just like us androids. I thought it was all an elaborate act among your kind, up until then.

<p><center><h2>- A2 -</h2></center>

<p>I knew why you had to kill 2B. I didn't care. Emotions don't work like that. All I thought of ever since was how much I wanted to kill you. I didn't care what would happen to me anymore. With 2B gone, I didn't even want to live. I didn't want to go back to being alone.

<p>You'd know how that felt. You became a rogue.

<p>When you stood in front of me, telling me how the tower was actually a weapon to be fired at the human server on the moon, I laughed.

<p><b>"So what?"</b>

<p>It was rich, coming from you. Like you were some kind of hero. There was no hope. What was the point, when everything that made up the foundation of YoRHa was a lie? 2B...me...the commander. We were all just premeditated pawns.

<p>There was no home to return to. No creator to fight for. No reason to live. But -- the only thing I had going on for me at the time was revenge.

<p>I took it in that very moment you hesitated.

<p>In the end, it wasn't killing you that gave me relief. It was dying with you. As I did...I felt my hatred slip away. Not just for you, but also for the machine lifeforms . It all began to seem so trivial. We were all so stupid, killing and slaughtering eachother in the way we did. Of course we were bound to fail.

<p>We YoRHa are the true enemy.

<p>We YoRHa...don't deserve to be loved by this world.

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<p><b>Human</b> - 9S is programmed to be emotional and lively. He'd be just like any other human you've met on the street, albeit a little excitable. He cries when he's sad, laughs when he's happy...He's also got a lot of human flaws as well. When 2B died, he was consumed with grief and hatred. He became unhinged and made many irrational decisions that led to his downfall. Since I took him out of the tragic ending, 9S is still pretty mentally fragile. But that said, it's in 9S's programming to be protective toward humans, so he'd pretty much die for them if he had to.

<p><b>Curious </b> - Like a little kid, he's constantly interested on learning new things, whether it's about humans, wildlife, and, technology. But that curiosity can sometimes be the end of 9S. Back in his world, he'd end up getting killed because he'd be so focused on chasing hard truths the YoRHa project didn't want him knowing about.

<p><b>Friendly</b> - 9S is naturally very outgoing with people. When he gets to know someone, he develops bonds with them pretty early on. He can get along with just about any personality type (even 2B was pretty cold toward him, but he kept on pushing closer to her). One of the reasons 9S is so keen on being close to others is because he doesn't want to be alone. He might be a little clingy as a result, which might deter some people.

<p><b>The 'S' in 9S</b> - As a scanner-type, 9S is very good at hacking into machinery of all sorts. But at the same time, he can be hacked into due to basically being a computer. He's also susceptable to system corruption, data loss, and virus infections. Sustaining any one of these can cause physical, mental, and internal failures. As long as 9S's operating system is healthy, the rest of him is healthy.

<p><b>Android Body</b> - Although it doesn't show on his 5'2 height and slim build, 9S is essentially a 280 lb block of metal. That said, he isn't built for combat so much as for espionage and hacking. He's got a sword though, just in case it's absolutely necessary to fight in close combat. Also, being an android, his parts are prone to breaking. The point of YoRHa androids is to be as human as possible, so mortal injuries can very much kill him. (ie getting stabbed/shot, falling from heights, bleeding out, etc.)




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TOGETHER WE FALL: A NON-CANON NARUTO RP DIVESTED - A Canon Shingeki no Kyojin Roleplay Those Among Us DBS Yuri Roleplay Sengoku Horizon F/BC All of Me ♥ BLEEDING EDGE DETHRONED GODS:RE Save Me STARSTRUKK - ANIMANGA ENTERTAINMENT CITY RP Kaleidoscope Avalon a Panfandom RP
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