Greetings Directors Light, Gerald, Bright, and maybe Dmitri,
I did an informational follow-up for Site-67's mess in attempt to find something helpful. Here's what I got. Enjoy, and feel free to promote me at any time. jklol
- Doctor Laito
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Dr. Laito: "Subject, deceased miniature Doctor Clef."
Dr. Laito: "What do you know about the vanishing rooms?"
Mini-Clef: "Well, they ain't here no more."
MC: "All right. So you know, I'm not allowed to talk things straight. The thing that might possibly be responsible for us being here likes to keep things from coming out straight."
MC: "So, hypothetically speaking, if something… weren't bound. I mean, time-wise. Say, if it was looking like a lock wasn't going to be locked in time for something to be kept from getting out, then that thing might be stretching it's legs in a backwards manner."
L: "Uh huh. So the thing in question is pressing time backwards a bit in order to fuck up the present, which is currently placing the thing's restraints into order…correct?"
MC: "And possibly creating the situation where it might not be captured in the first place."
L: "Well that's just dandy. Any ideas to stop it?"
MC: "Well, making sure a lock gets locked would prevent the lock from unlocking in the first place, wouldn't it?"
L: "It sure would. Any other thoughts you might like to offer?"
MC: "Well, some people around here like to think in circles. And look for important numbers. 3 and 13 usually go hand in hand."
L: "Fair enough. Say, one last thing. If the locked thing gets out…do you think The Foundation could stop it? Do you think the things we have in containment could stop it? Could anything?"
<Short silence, then Mini-Clef bursts into laughter>
MC: "I'm sure SOMETHING could? But the problem would be stopping the thing you designed to stop the thing from getting out…Unless you the thing you create ends up being the thing you have to contain. That would be some circles right there."
<Short silence, then Dr. Laito bursts into laughter. Audio skips, then ends>