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Nonetheless, Eldrie, Fanatio, and the others were visibly shaken. However, that alone could not bring them victory against the forces of darkness. Having left his flowery language behind some time ago, Eldrie showed the resolute face of a knight and continued. Her elder sister who finally returned to her hometown had lost all of her past memories. The white greatsword then charged at Administrator, who used lightning arts from her Silvery Eternity to counterattack. The female then shook her scythes and fled at once, as fast as she could. A nostalgic voice called out to Kirito, one with a ring so dear it made him want to cry, but he was no longer able to remember who the voice belonged to.
But even with their soft abdomen crushed or their chests pierced through by a pin, insects would continue struggling for a time, their legs squirming vigorously. If they did not die immediately no matter which part of their body they lost, could it be that the praying mantiss soul was faintly spread out through its entire body?
Eight or nine years old then, Gabriel concluded so after numerous experiments conducted on the insects he caught around his home. The soul, that mysterious power that moved these partially mechanical beings known as insects, stubbornly remained within them no matter which part of their body was demolished.
But it would consider it a lost cause and surrender after a certain point, deserting its vessel. Gabriel fervently desired to see that fleeing soul, and to capture it if possible. However, he couldnt even see that something slipping out from the insects bodies, let alone capture it, no matter how hard he stared into the magnifying glass, no matter how carefully he carried out his experiments.
His modest wish showed no results even after spending much time and zeal in the secret laboratory he made deep in the dense forest behind his mansion. The young Gabriel instinctively knew his wish would not be agreeable to his parents. That was why he made no further questions in a similar vein to his father 7 P a ge.
But his desires seemed to heighten with his attempts to keep them under wrap. Gabriel had a friend of the same age with whom he was on extremely good terms back then.
The girl was named Alicia Klingerman and the only daughter of the entrepreneurs living in the mansion erected on the adjacent plot of land. They attended the same elementary school and got along well, as did their families.
She was shy and obedient, preferring to read books or watch videos at home than to play until muddy outside. Naturally, Gabriel hid his secret experiments from Alicia and spoke nothing of insects and souls. Nevertheless, he couldnt stop thinking about it. Gabriels imagination pondered, time after time, where Alicias soul could be as he quietly peered into her face from the side while she smiled like an angel, absorbed in reading her novels.
Insects were different from humans. Humans could not live on without their heads. Thus, a humans soul should be in their head in their brain. But Gabriel had already learnt that brain damage did not lead directly to loss of life via the internet on his fathers computer. There was a construction laborer who survived with a thick iron pipe piercing in from the chin and out the head; there was a doctor who tried to cure mental illness by ablating a portion of a patients brain.
So, was it somewhere in the brain? Gabriel wondered so as he looked at Alicias brow, fringed by her fluffy blonde hair. Alicias soul lay hidden beyond that smooth skin, beyond that hard skull, and beyond even those soft brain tissues. He would definitely end up marrying Alicia, or so the Gabriel childishly envisioned. Then he might get the chance to see Alicias soul with his own eyes one day. Words couldnt possibly describe how beautiful the soul of the angelic Alicia was.
Half of Gabriels wish was granted, sooner than he ever expected. The waves of recession swallowed even Pacific Palisades on the suburbs of Los Angeles. A great number of stately mansions were offered for sale and the number of high class automobiles driving down the streets visibly fell. It was fortunate Glowgen Securities had solid administration and managed to restrain the effects to a minimum, but the corporation managed by the neighbors, the Klingermans, fell under heavy debt as their investments were in real estate.
With their fortunes, including the mansion, gone by April the next year, they decided to depend on their kin who worked in agriculture and move to Kansas City far in the Midwest. It saddened Gabriel. Intelligent beyond his years as a child aged ten, he understood he could not help Alicia as a ten-year-old child and could clearly imagine what severe circumstances she would face from now on. A mansion guarded by flawless security, a skilled cook to prepare each days meals, and a school filled with affluent white children; these privileges would vanish from Alicias life forever, replaced by poverty and manual labor.
And what Gabriel couldnt stand most, was how Alicias soul, which should have been his one day, would be hurt by some unknown person and lose its brilliance. So, he thought to kill her. On the day Alicia said her farewells at school, Gabriel invited her to the forest behind his home after she got off the school bus home. Deftly dodging every security camera set up along the road and fences, he ensured no one was looking while he entered the forest and walked over fallen leaves to avoid leaving any tracks, guiding Alicia to his secret laboratory surrounded by thick scrubs.
Utterly unaware of the countless insects that had died there, Alicia immediately returned the gesture when Gabriel wrapped his arms around her slender form. Whispering that he would grant her that wish in his heart, Gabriel stuck his right hand into his shirt pocket and took out the tool he prepared in advance.
What his father had used to deal with the insects: Gently inserting the sharp point into Alicias left ear, he first held her right ear with his left hand before penetrating through to its base without the slightest hesitation.
Alicia blinked her two eyes, not comprehending what had happened, before her body underwent violent convulsions. Her open blue eyes abruptly lost their focus seconds later, and Gabriel saw that.
Something like a small cloud, glittering brightly, appeared from the middle of Alicias smooth forehead. That drifted, airily, as it approached Gabriels brow and entered, just like that, without any resistance whatsoever. The fine sunlight of that spring afternoon that had engulfed his surroundings disappeared. It seemed as though rays of white light had descended through the branches of those tall trees; he could hear even faint chimes.
Tears poured from Gabriels eyes from the inexpressible exaltation. He was now looking upon Alicias soul that was not all, he could see even what Alicias soul could, that was what Gabriels instincts told him.
The small, glittering cloud passed through Gabriels head in several seconds that felt like an eternity and continued on its ascent, as though guided by the light from the skies, before vanishing at last. The spring sunshine and the chirps from small birds returned to his surroundings. Hugging onto Alicias body, with both its life and soul now absent, Gabriel pondered on whether that earlier experience was reality or a hallucination brought about by overwhelming stimulation. And knew that no matter which it was, he would spend the rest of his life in pursuit of what he had just seen.
Next, after a careful inspection of his own body, he pinched up two strands of blonde hair stuck on himself and tossed those into the hole as well. The needle was washed clean before returned to his fathers toolbox.
Not even the local polices earnest investigation found any clue to the Alicia Klingerman Disappearance Incident and the case eventually went cold. Having awoken from his short and deep recollection, the twenty-eight years old Gabriel Miller took his sight off himself, reflected in the mirrored glass, and walked to his work desk by the wall in the west.
The moment he sat on reclining chair made in Norway, a phone icon lit up on the thirty inch display panel embedded on the desks glass surface. With a tap, it showed his female secretarys face while her voice flowed out. COO Ferguson had requested for you to accompany him for dinner tomorrow. How shall I reply? Gabriel immediately replied and his usually collected secretary showed a somewhat troubled expression. As one among the over ten officers, Gabriel could hardly afford to turn down this invitation for a mealnormally.
However, his secretarys bewildered expression vanished before a second passed and her calm voice continued. I will do as you say. He could guess at what Ferguson wanted. It must have been to stop Gabriel from participating in that particular operation he had already scheduled. That old fox must be wishing for him to nonchalantly set off to some dangerous place to earn a spot on the KIA list. After all, Gabriel was the previous presidents own child and the majority shareholder.
Of course, Gabriel himself was aware of how foolish it would be for an officer to participate in an operation where live bullets flew about. Even if he did have prior experience, a CTOs job was to plan out the entire operation from the safety of the main office without any need to expose himself to the dangers of the battlefield. However, no matter the costs, he had to participate in this operation that had to be kept under complete and utter secrecy.
After all, it was an issue related to what Gabriel had staked his life to seek out ever since that day he saw Alicias soul. The operations client was not the Department of Defense regardless how they would benefit. The two NSA agents who visited this room a month ago managed to surprise Gabriel, who could hardly claim to be emotional, numerous times.
Firstly, the operation was completely unlawful. After all, a combat team from Glowgen would board a navy submarine and launch an assault on a warship belonging to Japan, an allied nation. There was no need to concern themselves over any fatal casualties of that ships crew either. And the objective of the operation was to steal a certain technology.
Upon hearing the details, Gabriels voice leaked out slightly, overwhelmed by surpriseor perhaps delight. It was fortunate the agents did not notice, however. Soul TransLation technology.
A wondrous machine capable of deciphering humans souls developed by a small organization called Rath in the JDSF. Gabriel had held a strong interest in the full-dive technology born in Japan for some time now in his pursuit of souls.
He even obtained a set of the demonic device, the Nerve Gear, that should have been disposed of without a 12 P a g e. Gabriel expected development on full-dive technology to wane due to the commotion caused by that death game. However, they had quietly continued their research and finally drew near the secrets of the human soul. The request from NSA felt like destiny to Gabriel. Glowgen DS might be one of the larger private military companies around, but that was all they were; they could hardly decline the NSA who now held even more power than the CIA in the first place.
The vote for the contract was passed with a lead of two in the emergency board meeting. To prevent information from leaking, it was decided that the combat team would consist of contract employees specializing in wet work with their own dark histories to cover up Gabriel volunteered himself as the operation commander.
Naturally, the fact that Gabriel was an officer in Glowgen was hidden from the combat team. Those people would likely betray the company at the drop of a hat if they knew, abducting Gabriel for a ransom. Gabriel had to go even with such risks. The NSA agents mentioned. That Rath had succeeded in not just deciphering the human soul, but also cloning it through STL technology. That if that artificial soul given the codename A.
He didnt care if disputes arose in the Far Eastor anywhere else in the world. But Gabriel was convinced the moment he heard the name Alice.
He would make that his own. He would procure that small media storage device, known as the light cube, with that soul on board at all costs. Alice Alicia 13 P a g e.
A faint smile appeared on his lips without his notice. The name of the company established by Gabriels father, Glowgen, was coined together with the meaning of bringing forth light. It seemed his father had the light of happiness in mind, but what came to mind for Gabriel, his successor, was no other than that golden brilliance drifting out from the dying Alicias brow.
Bringing forth light. Or the soul, in other words. It was fate, all of it. Gabriel and the eleven in the combat team would fly to Guam a week later and invade Japanese waters on a nuclear submarine from a naval base there.
Before the operation began, they would switch to a small submarine onboard and carry out an assault on the objective, the giant ocean research mother ship, Ocean Turtle. They might occupy it without shedding blood, or with casualties resulting on either sideor perhaps both, even. Still, Gabriels beliefs were unshaken.
He knew he would get his hands on Alice and the STL technology. He just needed a simple copy of the light cube and documents from the NSA. A little longer it was just a little longer. He would grasp the true essence of the soul that eluded him despite his multiple experiments on other humans, since Alicia, in just a little longer.
He would be able to see that beautiful, gleaming cloud once again.
Your soul will be so sweet Gabriel whispered once more, this time in Japanese, and shut his eyelids. The first he rode was an antique Barbel-class diesel vessel where the stench of oil and noise followed along no matter where one went in her stiflingly cramp space.
In comparison, the Seawolf-class that cost more than any other submarine in the world was practically a Rolls-Royce. Giuliani had showered the ship and her crew with love ever since he was appointed as her captain in Through tough training, the high yield strength steel hull, her S6W reactor, and the hundred and forty crew members were bonded like a single being, capable of swimming as she liked in any ocean as long as it had the depth.
Jimmy Carter was practically Giulianis daughter. It was a pity he had to step down from active duty soon, forced to either work on land or an early retirement, but the successor he recommended, the executive officer, Guthrie, would definitely command the ship brilliantly. Nonetheless As though to disgrace Giulianis last years, a single, curiously perilous order was handed down a mere ten days ago.
Jimmy Carter was a ship planned for support on special operations and possessed a variety of methods to cooperate with the SEALs. The midget submarine ASDS carried on its afterdeck was one among those. There were countless times she cruised deep in foreign waters with those from the SEALs aboard.
But the objective was always for keeping the peace of the states or the world and those men on board definitely felt the same sense of duty as Giulianis subordinates as they went into the jaws of death. However, as for that bunch who boarded from Guam two days ago Giuliani went to see the faces of his guests at the rear section only once, but that was enough for him to get on the verge of ordering his subordinates to kick them 15 P a g e.
The tens of men lay down on the floor without any sense of order, some blared noise from their headphones while others made merry, gambling over card games; not to mention the empty cans of beer scattered everywhere.
There were no proper seamen in that bunch. It was doubtful they were even from the military. There was only one who seemed to have some notion of courtesy, that tall commanding officer who apologized to Giuliani for their disturbance in order. However, that man with those shockingly blue eyes While holding the right hand he offered and meeting his eyes, Giuliani tasted a sensation he had forgotten for a long time. That was from, yes, long before he entered the navy.
He was swimming in the ocean at Miami, his homeland, when a giant great white raced straight past his side. He was fortunately unharmed, but Giuliani saw that sharks eyes right before him.
Those eyes devoured all light like a bottomless pit. That same hollowness extended out deep within that mans eyes Captain, a reading from the bow sonar! The sudden noise from the sonar technician pulled Giuliani out from his thoughts. Its the turbine from a reactor, were matching now it matches, its definitely the target mega-float.
Fifteen miles. Bringing his mind back, he quickly gave instructions from the combat command post, the captains seat. Right, keep this depth and drop her speed to fifteen knots. The order was echoed and he felt an instant of deceleration. Wheres that Aegis-equipped escort ship? Giuliani stared hard at the two light points shown on the large display in front. And the order this time was to let those armed thugs invade that.
Not to mention how it was a ship from Japan, an allied nation. It hardly seemed like a legitimate operation with the approval of the President and Secretary of Defense. The words from those men in black suits who brought the directive directly from the Pentagon resurfaced in Giulianis mind.
Japan is conducting research on that mega-float for reigniting war on the states. There is no choice but to bury that research in order to maintain the friendship between our two countries. Giuliani was no youngling capable of eating up their words at face value.
Still, he was already old enough to understand he had no choice but to obey those orders. Are our guests prepared? The executive officer standing at his side confirmed in a deep voice. They are standing by in the ASDS. Alright maintain this speed and bring her up to a hundred feet! Compressed air pushed the ocean water out from the ballast tank and the produced buoyancy lifted Jimmy Carters gigantic frame.
The distance from the light points gently yet surely decreased. Would there be casualties among the Japanese researchers? That seemed likely. He would probably carry the memory of cooperating in such an operation until his deathbed. Five miles to the objective!
Shaking off his hesitation, Giuliani commanded with resolution. Release the ASDS! Release complete ASDS self-propulsion initiated. The submarine with a pack of stray dogs and a single shark aboard accelerated in the blink of an eye and charged straight into the belly of that giant ocean turtle floating atop the ocean.
The treetops visible beyond the small glass window had lost quite a number of leaves, dyed in red and yellow, to the chill of recent days. The arrival of winter was indeed earlier when compared to Central Capital Centoria. Still, the rays of Solus pouring down from the skies, blue for the first time in a while, seemed warm.
A pair of Treeclimbing Rabbits huddled together on a thick branch of the tree straight ahead, apparently enjoying their sunbath. Alice smiled as she gazed at them for a while before she turned about and spoke. Hey, we seem to be having fine weather today, so how about we have lunch all the way at the eastern hills?
No one replied.
The log cabin had only two rooms, and this one served as the living room, dining room, and kitchen with a plain wood table placed right in its middle. Seated on one of the chairs, similarly plain, was a black-haired youth.
Not even raising his head at Alices call, his vacant stare stayed upon a single spot atop the table. He never did have much meat on him, but still, he was obviously more slender than even Alice now.
His bony frame was visible even with the loose robe he had on. The empty right sleeve hanging down languidly from the tip of his shoulders only made him look all the more tragic.
Light was absent from his eyes, jet-black like his hair. Those two eyes reflected no more than his locked heart. It might be a little windy, so it might be best to dress up thick. One moment, I shall prepare them at once. After removing her apron and hanging it off the hook beside the sink, she turned towards the bedroom next door. Bundling her long, blonde hair behind, she wrapped a cotton scarf around herself. Along with a faded black patch around her right eye that still lacked light.
She first put on one of the woollen overcoats arranged on the wall, then returned to the living room with the other under her arm. The black-haired youth made no movement at all. After prompting him on by placing her hands on his skinny back, he eventually stood from the chair in an awkward motion. However, that was all the youth was capable of; he could not walk even a single mel. Putting the overcoat on from behind him, she went around to his front and tied the leather strap near his neck tight.
You can do it, keep them up for a little longer. Saying so, she ran over to the corner of the room. A tough chair made from bright light brown wood was left there. Instead of four legs, it had two pairs of iron wheels attached, one large and one small.
It was crafted by an elderly man by the name of Garitta who lived deep in the forest in solitude. Holding onto the grips attached to the back of that wheelchair, she rolled it over to behind the youth. Sitting him down on the leather seat as his body swayed perilously, she then tightly covered his two legs with a thick lap blanket.
Shall we make a move, then? The youth abruptly turned his face and reached his quivering left hand towards the eastern wall. Aah aah. That deep, coarse voice was unintelligible. However, Alice immediately guessed what the youth desired. Ah, Im sorry. I will fetch them right away.
Three swords sat on sturdy metal fittings on the wall the youth stretched his hand towards. On the right was Alices Fragrant Olive Sword.
On the left was the jet-black long sword the youth once carried on his waist, the Night Sky Sword. And in the middle was a pure-white long sword that lacked a master to call its own, the Blue Rose Sword. Alice first removed the Night Sky Sword, almost as heavy as the Fragrant Olive Sword, from the wall and held it under her left arm.
Next, she lifted the Blue Rose Sword as well. Its weight reached only half or so of the black swords. After all, it had lost more than half of the blade in its sheath. And the owner of this sword, that flaxen-haired youth who was this youths best friend, too, was no longer around She shut her eye for a moment and held onto both swords as she returned to the wheelchair. Upon gently laying them onto his lap, the youth placed his left hand on them before his face fell once more.
He could express his own intentions through voice and motion only when seeking out those black and white swords. Be sure to keep a firm hold on them or they will drop. Pushing the now heavier wheelchair, they went out through the door.
A thick plank lay across the distance from the porch to the ground in the place of steps. Upon descending into the garden from there, a soft, cool breeze and the gentle sunlight enveloped the pair. The log cabin was built deep within the thick forest, in a wide meadow.
Alice personally cut, stripped, and assembled the wood it used. It was not much to look at, but its structure was sturdy as only trees with high priorities were used. She had to put up with the countless comments from the elderly Garitta, who taught her the method from scratch, about how he had never seen a girl with such strength, however.
This meadow was apparently where Alice and Eugeo had their secret playground when they were still children. Unfortunately, she had no memories of that time whatsoever. All memories from before she became an integrity knight were plundered through the Synthesis Ritual. She told the elderly Garitta and the villagers that she lost all of her past memories, but offered no reason. But in truth, her current selfIntegrity Knight Alice Synthesis Thirtywas no more than a temporary personality dwelling in the body of the one born and raised on this land, Alice Schuberg.
She felt obligated to return it if she could, but the memories of the original Alice had departed from this world alongside Eugeo. Now, let us go. Alice let out her voice to shake off that moment of contemplation and moved the wheelchair on, out from the front of the residence. Nearly all of the meadow, circular with a diameter of thirty mel, was covered in cushy undergrowth, but an abundance of withered grass lay stacked up in a section in its east.
It appeared like the nest of a gigantic creatureor rather, it truly was but the master of that nest was absent. She gave it a glance and pondered where it 22 P a g e. The road split into the east and west fifty mel ahead. A village named Rulid was in the west, but she had no desire to visit without purpose. Entering the eastern path, she set out while stepping through the filtered sunlight sparkling on the ground. She slowly continued through the forest progressing from the season of autumn leaves to that of fallen leaves with the tenth month soon meeting its end.
Are you cold? She called out to the youth but received no reply. He would say nothing even if plunged into a blizzard of intense cold. She looked over his shoulder and confirmed the overcoats collar was closed tightly.
Of course, warming themselves would be easy if she generated a thermal element or two. However, there were villagers who viewed them with suspicion, so she preferred to refrain from having rumors about her abuse of sacred arts spread. After walking for about fifteen minutes while carving furrows into the beaten path anew, the path ahead brightened up.
A slightly elevated hill showed up in front after leaving the grove of trees. The road gradually became uphill, but still, Alice pushed the wheelchair on without difficulty.
The view instantly opened up after reaching the top of the hill. Straight to the east was the blue surface of Lake Ruhr. And the extensive marshes deep within it. The forest continued indefinitely to the south. A look to the north revealed the mountain range at the edge, covered in pure white snow, towering as though to pierce through the sky.
The days she easily flew over those peaks astride her flying dragon seemed like a distant dream now. She did long to look upon the beautiful landscape with both eyes. The abundant energy in the earth and sun here should be capable of healing the right eye she lost. However, she had no desire yet to eliminate only her own injury through sacred arts. After all, the youths hollow eyes could only continue their vacant stare towards mid-air even with the late-autumn scenery endlessly spreading out before him.
Sitting down by the wheelchair, Alice leaned against the large wheel. How beautiful. More so than any of those art pieces hung on the cathedrals walls. She called out the youths name with a smile. This is the world you protected, Kirito. A single white water bird made ripples on the lakes surface as it glided and soared away. How long had it been since she sat down? Soluss ascent had progressed quite a bit when she finally noticed. It was about time to return to the cabin and prepare for lunch.
In his current state, Kirito barely ate anything each time, so even a single missed meal would lead to a decline in his maximum Life. It is getting late, let us make our way back. It was when she stood up and grasped the wheelchairs grips while saying so. Noticing light footsteps treading over grass and climbing the hill, Alice turned about.
The one who approached was a young girl dressed in a black habit. Her lovely face that still retained vestiges of childishness showed a gleaming smile while she energetically waved her right hand. The gentle breeze brought her lively voice over and Alice smiled as well while she gave a slight wave back. Good morning, Alice-neesama! Springing to the side, she gave a vigorous greeting to Kirito sitting on the wheelchair as well. Good morning to you too, Kirito! Her broad grin that showed no worry over his lack of response was infused with faint sorrow the moment she turned towards the two swords on Kiritos lap.
Good morning, Eugeo. Reaching out with her right hand as she whispered, she softly brushed against the Blue Rose Swords sheath with her fingertips. If someone unknown were to do that, Kirito would show a somewhat defensive response, but he now let her do as she pleased. Having greeted her two friends, the girl straightened up and turned back to Alice again.
Alice replied while conscious of a mysterious tenderness deep in her chest. Good morning, Selka. How did you ever know we were here? It took over a month for her to stop calling her Selka-san. She had earnestly longed to meet her little sister ever since she found out about her existence from Kiritos words at the Central Cathedral half a year ago. However, now that that wish was granted, the more precious she found Selka, the stronger this question grew within her: Selka might, or might not have noticed Alices unending conflict, but nonetheless, she spoke on with a smile free from concern over that issue.
You were out when I visited, so I thought you could have come here since todays weather is so fine. I left fresh milk as well as an apple and cheese pie baked just this morning on the table, so be sure to have them for lunch. Thank you, thats of great help. I was at a loss thinking of what to make. Well, Kirito might end up running away someday due to the food you make, after all, nee-sama!
Selka laughed and Alice replied while smiling as well. Now youve said it! You know, I am capable of cooking pancakes without burning any now, at least! I wonder if thats really true, you did turn them into cinders when you tried cooking them with thermal elements at first and all. Alice tried to berate her with a poke to her forehead with her finger, but Selka nimbly dodged it and jumped into Alices bosom.
She gently hugged her little sisters back closer as she nudged her face into her breast. What a relief it would be if she could forget the guilt from turning her back to the duties of an integrity knight and spending her days, quietly, deep in this remote forest. Still, Alice knew at the same time that she should never forget that.
The end was approaching from beyond the mountain range at the edge, moment by moment, even while she embraced her little sister. At the very end of the fierce battle at the Axiom Church Central Cathedral Having suffered enough injuries to drain her Life away, Alice lay on the marble floor, immobile, vaguely aware of the flow of the battle. The struggle to death between Administrator the highest minister and Kirito who wielded two swords. The highest ministers annihilation, incinerated in the flames of Chief Elder Chudelkins captivated delusions.
The death of Kiritos best friend, Eugeo, whose flesh was split apart alongside his cherished sword. Kirito who was caring for Eugeo had vehemently cried out to a mysterious crystal plate that appeared on the north edge of the hall. At the end of the exchange that Alice hardly understood, Kiritos entire body suddenly stiffened up and just as she thought so, he fell onto the floorwith that, the world sank into silence.
Right as Alice recovered a mere, slight amount of her Life and became capable of moving, Soluss dawn shone in from the east window. With that light as a source of sacred energy, Alice first healed the fallen Kiritos wounds.
However, his consciousness remained lost and she reluctantly laid him down, and then attended to herself with healing arts before inspecting the crystal plate he spoke to. However, the surface that had shone pale purple already lost almost all of its light and there was no reply no matter how many times she touch or spoke to it.
She did trust in Kiritos words and fought against the absolute ruler, Administrator, in order to protect the people of the Human World and her little sister living in some remote region, but she honestly doubted she could survive. When the strange sword soldier the highest minister called Sword Golem pierced deep into her body. When she used her own body as a shield against that onslaught of lightning bolts.
And when she threw all caution to the wind and leapt in just as Kiritos life was about to be severed by that blade swung down Alice braced herself for death countless times.
However, the sacrifices of Cardinal the sage, Charlotte that mysterious spider, and Eugeo, along with Kiritos gallant fighting had held on to her life.
You saved me, so take responsibility for it! She endlessly shouted that at Kirito who lay down at the side. But the black-haired youths eyelids remained shut. Think about the path you should take from now on and choose it yourself it seemed to Alice as though he was saying that. After hugging her knees for tens of minutes, Alice finally stood up.
Perhaps due to the annihilation of the master of that space, the elevating disk had ceased motion like the crystal plate, so she broke it with her sword and leapt down to the ninety-ninth floor with Kirito on her back. Going down the long staircase from there, she went past the elders who continued chanting arts, and reached the grand staircase from where she headed straight towards her master in swordsmanship who she had left in the large bathtowards where Integrity Knight Commander Bercouli Synthesis One was.
Having resolved herself to fight for what she chooses to fight for instead of what she is told to, Alice ripped off the bandage over her right eye socket, now throbbing in pain, before her eye regrew. One week after the attack by the Dark Territory, much of the burnt-down Rulid Village had been reconstructed.
Alice and Kirito rode on Amayori's back, flying away from Rulid Village towards the east. Amidst the chaos on the Ocean Turtle, inside the sub-control room, Yuuki Asuna intimidated Lieutenant Colonel Seijirou Kikuoka to ensure that Kirigaya Kazuto Kirito recovered safely, engulfing the room in silence at Asuna's tenacity. After Koujiro Rinko consoled Asuna, relieving the tension in the room, Lieutenant Nakanishi reported on the several injuries and the damage to the hull.
When Seijirou concluded that sinking the Ocean Turtle was not the intention of the invaders, he prompted Higa Takeru for ideas on their identity. The invaders as they had no markings on their uniforms, thus Takeru could only state that they were not Asian.
As the topic changed to their escort ship, the Nagato, Nakanishi reported that their command had judged that the personnel on the Ocean Turtle were taken as hostages, thus the Nagato was ordered to stand ground.
Thus, Seijirou deduced that the attackers had contacts within the high-ranking officials that outranked officers from the Self-Defence Forces. Meanwhile, inside the main control room beyond the pressure-resistant barrier doors sealing the Light Cube Cluster, Gabriel Miller halted a conflict between Vassago Casals and Critter , forcing the team to focus on ideas to reach the cluster.
As the team worked on resolving the issue, Gabriel reflected on his plan to steal the light cube of Alice, the first true bottom-up Artificial Intelligence , as well as the Soul Translator technology as commissioned, yet take possession of it for himself while abandoning his team.
He would then feign a failure of the operation and secretly construct his own artificial world using the stolen technology. In addition to Alice, Gabriel intended to inhabit the new world with Fluctlights of people such as SAO Survivors, especially the Clearers, due to their exceptional compatibility with virtual worlds.
After a moment of such thoughts, Gabriel enquired on Critter's progress, only to learn that nothing could be done aside from taking a peek into the world. While gazing at a scene of goblins in a scuffle, Vassago proposed entering Underworld to find Alice with the help of the locals. To make the search easier, Critter looked for a usable high-ranking account, yet all the ones in the Human Empire were locked by password.
Under Gabriel's proposal, Critter also searched for such accounts in the Dark Territory, thus finding two super accounts: Back in the sub-control room, Higa Takeru informed Asuna of Kazuto's dismal condition but immediately proposed stimulating his Fluctlight from within Underworld as a method of treatment.
As Asuna volunteered to log into the Underworld, Takeru and Seijirou explained that Underworld was in an unstable state due to an impending invasion of the Human Empire from the Dark Territory, while the capabilities of the human forces were at question due to the damage the Axiom Church had endured.
As Alice was likely still with Kirito, while Asuna had the most experience with virtual worlds of them, Takeru agreed that she would be the best person to send into Underworld. Moments after Seijirou recommended to give Asuna a high-ranking account to improve her combat ability, Rinko expressed concern about the attackers also considering the option of retrieving Alice from inside the virtual world. While Takeru was convinced that the attackers only had access to the lowest level of accounts which would be hardly useful, he felt unease as if he had forgotten something for a moment, but this concern vanished from his mind when he spotted something that caught his attention on the account list.
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Contents [ show ]. Meanwhile, Eugeo finished fusing with his Blue Rose Sword, forming an enormous sword. The newly formed white greatsword flew towards the sword golem and destroyed its piety module, sending the thirty swords that composed it flying in all directions. Witnessing this, Kirito realised that Alice's memory fragment was not linked to a sword and conjectured that this was because the love sealed within was too great for Administrator to transmute, which was why the Blue Rose Sword fused with Eugeo and Alice shone so beautifully.
The white greatsword then charged at Administrator, who used lightning arts from her Silvery Eternity to counterattack. When the two swords met, the rapier shattered while the greatsword snapped in half, severing Administrator's right arm. Having landed on the floor, the greatsword transformed back into a human, the bladed part becoming Eugeo's lower body and the half with the crossed guard becoming his upper body, which clutched a crystal prism, and once his body regained the tangibility of a human, blood gushed from both parts of his body.
Moments later, the Blue Rose Sword appeared in the puddle of blood and the bottom half of the blade shattered. Having finished her first-aid, Administrator morphed her severed arm into a new sword and used it against Kirito, but the attack was blocked by Alice.
Seeing this, Kirito retrieved his sword and replaced Alice in the fight, as she lost consciousness again. Kirito took heavy damage and was launched backwards, landing next to Eugeo in a pool of his blood. However, this resulted in an explosion, which blew both of them away.
Shocked by the outcome of the battle, Administrator retreated to a system console on one of the pillars and used it in an attempt to escape to the real world, but Chudelkin, who had set himself ablaze, grabbed onto her and extinguished what remained of her Life with the flame. As the battle had concluded, Kirito ran to Eugeo, who was on the verge of death, in an unsuccessful attempt to heal him.
Calming Kirito, Eugeo touched him with Alice's memory fragment, which evoked Kirito's memories of his time with Alice and Eugeo as children, when Kirito and Alice prepared a birthday present for Eugeo. A young Eugeo and Alice Zuberg stood in a dark corridor, holding hands.
They decided to leave the future of the Underworld to Kirito and Knight Alice, and walked towards a white light at the end of the corridor. After Eugeo's body and Alice's memory fragment had disappeared, Kirito carried Alice to the system console that Administrator had used. After searching through the options, which were mainly in English, Kirito used the terminal's External Observer Call operation to call Rath.
Hearing the sounds of gunfire and yelling, Kirito guessed that the Ocean Turtle was under some sort of attack. Takeru then warned Seijirou that the Ocean Turtle was in danger of losing power, which would result in damaging Kirito's Fluctlight, as the safeties on the Soul Translator were disabled. The Lieutenant Colonel stated that he would initiate a lockdown and told Takeru to get Koujiro Rinko and Asuna to safety. Just as Kirito became aware of Asuna's presence on the Ocean Turtle, the power was cut, resulting in his Fluctlight being heavily damaged.
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