Tuesday, 11:10 P.M.

Lying outside an abandoned church in New York at midnight, Chris suddenly woke up and disturbed walking people by repeatedly shouting “Don’t believe the world! It has deceived you since you were born!”. Then afterwards, he slowly went back to his place, as his voice is gradually fainting. Suddenly, his body went down. People noticed it, but ignored afterwards.

Then a young man noticed his body. He knew he was dead. While he is accessing the man’s luggage to find some information about him, he saw a somewhat burned diary, with writings and drawings still visible. He went on reading the contents of the diary, and was shocked when he found out that the man was a robot, though his appearance doesn’t look much of a robot’s but much of a man’s.

But before he could return the diary, the robot man woke up again and grabbed the young man’s hand.

“How much have you read?” he asked the young fellow.

“A bit, I guess,” answered the young man, who is still in shock and is sweating heavily.

“LIAR!” shouted the robot man. This prompted him to crush the young man’s hand, but before he could do such a thing, he again went down.

The man is still in pain and is holding his hand relaxing it. After relaxing, he went again on the robot’s diary to see the robot’s functions. The young man later realized that it was not really a diary, but an instructional manual for the robot, who was made by a certain Dr. Helms of Sarhenia Corporation. Feeling that his life would be in great danger if he’s reading beside the robot, he went away from the robot, together with the manual to continue reading it somewhere, and to find where Dr. Helms and the corporation is located.

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