What you were doing when Rin became a certified IT specialist, successfully defended her PC with a firewall and protected finances of an idol group?
Rin is PC master race now.
Waiting for Jeanne to wear her micro bikini so she could get 50 million retweets.
Jeanne will never be as popular as Arturia.
>You will never audit company security with Rin
>Rin became a certified IT specialist, successfully defended her PC with a firewall and protected finances of an idol group
who the fuck thought this was a good idea?
>at the end of it all?
Turns out it was a kaleidoscope collection of various different worlds.
Kayneth and Waver were actually the mainline versions of themselves.
Waver ended up kind of having a heartfelt talk with Kayneth, who was basically a ghost with no memories.
Something like that.
Baz a cuter
Caren's pretty great too. Good taste, anon
El-Melloi II: ...I see, if my hypothesis is correct, then that must be it.
El-Melloi II: The world where the professor exists and the world I come from have crossed because of the dark Capsule Servants.
El-Melloi II: Information on parallel worlds is collected in the Throne of Heroes.
El-Melloi II: The problem is that information essentially is mass and energy. The information recklessly gathered by the illegal Capsule Servants exceeded the limit, so the boundaries of the world were warped.
El-Melloi II: That is the conclusion based on modern scientific theory, but also on Greek philosophy as well. As a result, a world where I, El-Melloi II, and the professor, El-Melloi I, coexist was created.
Flat: I don't think that's all. I think maybe a lot more, thousands or tens of thousands of "possibilities" all came together. The Shirou-kun I know wasn't a lawyer, and Rin-chan was a bit different from the Rin-chan I knew... I'm gonna call the professor. >RT
El-Melloi II: That's right. It's as Flat says. I had it slightly wrong. Let me amend my hypothesis...
El-Melloi II: This place must be a Kaleidoscope. A world where fragments and reflections of various possibilities are brought together because of someone observing them...
El-Melloi II: But if it is the Kaleidoscope, there must be a single vantage point. The Kaleidoscope came into being because someone was serving as that vantage point...
El-Melloi II: Ahh, well. No wonder. Of course I can't meet the professor. It's because I thought that I couldn't meet him.