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Milya Script V2

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  1. \\V[51] can be "1 week","3 weeks" or"■ weeks"
  2. \\V[52] can be either"an accident" or"a suicide" or"■■".
  3. \\V[53] can be "hand", "leg" or "eye"
  4. \\V[54] can be "2 weeks", "3 weeks" or "■ weeks"
  5. \\V[55] can be "forest road", "back street" or "basement"
  6. \\V[56] can be "Nedel'ka" (Неделька), "Chyornye" (чёрные), "Ogonyok" (Огонёк) (russian songs)
  7. \\V[57] can be "привет" ["Privet"] (Hello), "Как дела" ["Kak dela"] (How are you?) or "Добра Утра" ["Dobra Utra"] (Good Morning) -- (russian greetings)
  8. \\V[58] can be "apple", "strawberry" or "grape"
  9. \\V[59] can be either "groan" or "■■ voice" (as in, "rasped voice", or "broken voice", or whatever)
  10. \\V[60] can be either "hand" or "foot"
  11. \\V[61] can be "café", "back street", "inside the forest", "■■"
  12.  
  13. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% BRANCH 00
  14. "Yes... perhaps, it was \\V[51] before Milya passed away."
  15.  
  16. "The reason I say perhaps... is because I wasn’t there..."
  17.  
  18. "so I don’t exactly understand how it happened."
  19.  
  20. "All I've heard from our friends is that the death cause was \\V[52]."
  21.  
  22. "And that it was very violent..."
  23.  
  24. "Milya and I were childhood friends.."
  25.  
  26. "Since the time we were little, our houses were next to each other, so we often played together..."
  27.  
  28. "That poor girl, who was born with only one \\V[53],"
  29.  
  30. "often depended on me, and I answered to her just as often."
  31.  
  32. "Yes... it was as if we were like true sisters..."
  33.  
  34. "The last time we met was about \\V[54] before she passed away."
  35.  
  36. "That day, I made a promise that I would meet Milya at a café."
  37.  
  38. "That place was always so quiet..."
  39.  
  40. "During the times we met there together, we always stayed for a long time at"
  41.  
  42. "the café, chatting restfully while drinking black tea."
  43.  
  44. "The café was inside a forest and built in a quiet place;"
  45.  
  46. "Since people hardly visited it with the exception of ourselves, we often enjoyed ourselves there."
  47.  
  48. "One day, while I was treading lightly through a \\V[55]"
  49.  
  50. "I caught a foot on a large tree root,"
  51.  
  52. "and accidentally fell down."
  53.  
  54. "There was a sharp rock over the floor,"
  55.  
  56. "so when I tripped, I cut a large gash"
  57.  
  58. "on the palm of my hand."
  59.  
  60. "It would be problematic if I left traces of blood on the ground..."
  61.  
  62. "And since the blood did not stop even if I suppressed it with my hand,"
  63.  
  64. "I took off my coat, and pressed it to the open wound."
  65.  
  66. "After walking for a short time, I arrived at that usual café."
  67.  
  68. "It was dizzling that day, so I hurriedly went inside."
  69.  
  70. "The interior of the café was strangely gloomy, and the tepid sound of rain was"
  71.  
  72. "being mixed with the sound of \\V[56] coming from the gramophone."
  73.  
  74. "Somehow, the air felt listless, as if there was no sense of reality there..."
  75.  
  76. "Melancholy filled the air of the place."
  77.  
  78. "She was there, in the very center of that room."
  79.  
  80. "I took off the coat I was wearing and hung it on the hanger on the wall,"
  81.  
  82. "then sat down in a seat opposite of her."
  83.  
  84. "She was drinking her black tea idly and seemed to be brooding over something,"
  85.  
  86. "with a seemingly languid look on her face and her chin cupped in her left hand."
  87.  
  88. "She placed her teacup next to her mouth slowly,"
  89.  
  90. "and her lips parted as she said, '\\V[57]'."
  91.  
  92. "As I hung my head and looked down, a weak groan arose."
  93.  
  94. "The remaining blood frothed in small bubbles in my mouth; it slowly trickled"
  95.  
  96. "from my lips, and I felt it gently caress the nape of my neck."
  97.  
  98. "She raised her unblinking eyes up to me,"
  99.  
  100. "and laughed with what felt like extreme delight."
  101.  
  102. "And after she laughed for some time,"
  103.  
  104. "she poured black tea in my cup, and gave me a portion of jam."
  105.  
  106. "When she drank black tea, she always took \\V[58] jam with it..."
  107.  
  108. "And on cold days, she drank it with a small amount of vodka."
  109.  
  110. "That day was particularly cold..."
  111.  
  112. "So I think she may have poured in a little too much vodka on her drink."
  113.  
  114. "She seemed to sense her face becoming gradually tinged with a red blush."
  115.  
  116. "Maybe it's because of that, but we talked about more things than we usually used to that day."
  117.  
  118. "About school, about pastimes, about tea."
  119.  
  120. "And then, about Milya..."
  121.  
  122. "She laughed elegantly, with her hand covering her mouth"
  123.  
  124. "and her eyes somehow appeared to be blazing and sparkling."
  125.  
  126. "How much time did we spend just talking, I wonder?"
  127.  
  128. "The forest was already becoming engulfed by darkness,"
  129.  
  130. "and only dim lights illuminated our surroundings."
  131.  
  132. "Before we knew, the music coming from the gramophone had stopped,"
  133.  
  134. "and the inside of the café became wrapped by silence."
  135.  
  136. "Her face, bathed by moonlight as she tumbled below the desk,"
  137.  
  138. "shined ominously, as if her skin was wet."
  139.  
  140. "It happened suddenly when we were preparing to leave."
  141.  
  142. "From the depths of the café, we could hear ominous sounds,"
  143.  
  144. "As if something was being dragged along the ground."
  145.  
  146. "I felt a vague sense of apprehension."
  147.  
  148. "After all, since there wasn’t anyone else here but me..."
  149.  
  150. "there shouldn’t be any other sounds but my own."
  151.  
  152. "I placed my blood-covered coat on the table,"
  153.  
  154. "and started to move my feet toward the back of the building."
  155.  
  156. "The inside of the café was oddly gloomy, and a \\V[59] resonated throughout,"
  157.  
  158. "mixing with the noise of \\V[56] flowing from the gramophone."
  159.  
  160. "The atmosphere had become something... different."
  161.  
  162. "She grabbed my shoulders with her trembling hands"
  163.  
  164. "and with an anxious voice, begged me to stop."
  165.  
  166. "And yet, stopping was something I couldn’t do."
  167.  
  168. "Because, after all, I cared so deeply for those moist, bleary eyes of hers..."
  169.  
  170. "The odd groans continued, unchanged. On the contrary,"
  171.  
  172. "it seemed as if they were getting more and more intense instead."
  173.  
  174. "As I listened carefully to that voice,"
  175.  
  176. "I realized the sound was coming from the basement."
  177.  
  178. "I would have never guessed the place had a basement..."
  179.  
  180. "Neither that somebody would actually be there..."
  181.  
  182. "A bad premonition ran as a shiver down my spine."
  183.  
  184. "The way to the basement was deep inside the building."
  185.  
  186. "It was hidden in its oldest, darkest place."
  187.  
  188. "Since I wasn't born with only one \\V[53]..."
  189.  
  190. "I stepped carefully among the dark and headed down to the basement."
  191.  
  192. "Then, it happened when I quietly opened the door."
  193.  
  194. "Suddenly, I felt something cold on the nape of my neck... very gently."
  195.  
  196. "And I realized it had started raining."
  197.  
  198. "I raised my head in surprise, as the drops ran through my back,"
  199.  
  200. "only to find the sky hidden by clouds."
  201.  
  202. "The forest was dark, the sky was gray, and the rain was white..."
  203.  
  204. "The sky looked incredibly gloomy,"
  205.  
  206. "as if the rain had drained all the color out of it."
  207.  
  208. "Since when, I wonder..."
  209.  
  210. "Had my eyes stopped reflecting any color?"
  211.  
  212. "In this world where colors had faded away,"
  213.  
  214. "the only color reflected by my eyes was... red, the red of blood."
  215.  
  216. "Even now, the image is burned freshly in my mind."
  217.  
  218. "That girl with her throat torn apart, binded in agony onto a chair."
  219.  
  220. "I remained still for a while, dumbfounded, when"
  221.  
  222. "The sound of something being dragged... seemed to get louder, gradually."
  223.  
  224. "It was so harsh... and unpleasant..."
  225.  
  226. "And that sound, mixing together with footfalls..."
  227.  
  228. "The worst thing was, that I could hear it coming from behind me."
  229.  
  230. "I felt pain as if something had seized my heart tightly, and my head flushed deep red."
  231.  
  232. "I didn’t know whether or not someone was about to catch me..."
  233.  
  234. "I immediately decided to run away as fast as possible, and I grabbed her \\V[60]."
  235.  
  236. "Maybe it was due to the light on her back, but I couldn't see"
  237.  
  238. "her face clearly as she looked straight into my eyes."
  239.  
  240. "Her abnormal white skin, and short, evenly cut black hair..."
  241.  
  242. "Her slender body, so fragile it could break, that was elegantly draped in a dress..."
  243.  
  244. "That charm of hers that felt so dangerous..."
  245.  
  246. "And yet, and yet I'm sure,"
  247.  
  248. "that there was a smile, like a fixed twitch on her face, hidden on her expression."
  249.  
  250. "She looked down and, as she kept her face low, groaned"
  251.  
  252. "in a quiet tone, '\\V[57]'."
  253.  
  254. "Following the rhythm of my groans, blood bubbles formed on my throat, then"
  255.  
  256. "slipped downwards slowly, and I felt them pooling on my chest."
  257.  
  258. "She slowly picked up my \\V[60],"
  259.  
  260. "and pushed her lips on the very tip of it."
  261.  
  262. "Their tenderness..."
  263.  
  264. "Those unpleasant footsteps started to approach us again."
  265.  
  266. "I thought that, before long, I'd get killed just like her..."
  267.  
  268. "I picked an edged tool from the floor, hid behind the door,"
  269.  
  270. "and held my breath."
  271.  
  272. "And then, the footsteps were right in front of me."
  273.  
  274. "I jumped vigorously out the darkness, and swung down the blade."
  275.  
  276. "I slowly pressed the tip against the throat."
  277.  
  278. "When the blade started sinking in the flesh,"
  279.  
  280. "the cry slowly became a moan."
  281.  
  282. "It'd be troublesome if I killed someone..."
  283.  
  284. "So I took my coat off and pressed it against the wound."
  285.  
  286. "Suddenly all in front of my eyes turned red."
  287.  
  288. "The blood gushed out vigorously, covering my face."
  289.  
  290. "I felt very scared, so I rushed out the store as fast as I could."
  291.  
  292. "I quickly left the place, running through the \\V[55]..."
  293.  
  294. "I fell over many times, and blood was coming out from the wound in my hand."
  295.  
  296. "And when I got home, I hid inside my sheets, trembling as I waited for morning to come."
  297.  
  298. "Wondering if those footsteps would follow me..."
  299.  
  300. "Wondering if they would come and attack me..."
  301.  
  302. "And yet, nothing happened."
  303.  
  304. "And thus a week passed."
  305.  
  306. You enter a room with a girl wearing the same kind of mask on her face as the protagonist, but with shorter hair.
  307. She seems to be the source of the groans.
  308.  
  309. "I then heard that Milya had died."
  310.  
  311. "It apparently was such a brutal incident it wasn't possible to identify her,"
  312.  
  313. "she was so deformed her face didn't even look like one anymore."
  314.  
  315. "She died with a twitched grin, as if she just managed"
  316.  
  317. "to understand what had happened mere seconds before she passed away."
  318.  
  319. "Yes... there’s nothing further to say about Milya."
  320.  
  321. "I won't say anything more than this..."
  322.  
  323. "So then... please let me meet with her already."
  324.  
  325. "I'm her friend, after all."
  326.  
  327. "It’s because of you that I’ve been here talking up until now."
  328.  
  329. "We are... your..."
  330.  
  331. "Ah... Milya..."
  332.  
  333. "Yes.."
  334.  
  335. "Let's meet again on that café."
  336.  
  337. You kill the girl by sliting her throat.
  338.  
  339. "Mylochka"
  340.  
  341. "Happy Birthday!"
  342.  
  343. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% BRANCH 01
  344.  
  345. "..."
  346.  
  347. "Yes... thank you very much."
  348.  
  349. "About that café?"
  350.  
  351. "That café... something about it always felt odd."
  352.  
  353. "It wasn't because there never was anyone there, or because it was gloomy."
  354.  
  355. "It just felt like something would creep inside at any moment."
  356.  
  357. "It wasn't some sensation in my body or my mind... yes, it was more like a déjà vu."
  358.  
  359. "I still occasionally feel something close to those 'déjà vu'"
  360.  
  361. "Also, the place felt unthinkably disgusting... it just gave that feeling."
  362.  
  363. "I went to that establishment only few days ago."
  364.  
  365. "I heard from my friend something about a café existing inside the forest."
  366.  
  367. "...that friend?"
  368.  
  369. "Nothing special, just my friend."
  370.  
  371. "I don't know how she came to know about that café."
  372.  
  373. "She said it was a rumor..."
  374.  
  375. "But I've never heard of such 'rumor' from people other than her."
  376.  
  377. "Still, that rumor turned out to be real, and that café really was inside the forest."
  378.  
  379. "Although it was still daytime, inside, it looked so dark, and much older than what I've been told."
  380.  
  381. "I could hear music playing softly..."
  382.  
  383. "If my memory doesn't fail, I think it was '\\V[56]'."
  384.  
  385. "I had the impression that someone had been there, just until a while ago."
  386.  
  387. "She slowly hung the coat she had worn on a wall hook,"
  388.  
  389. "and sat down on a chair in the center of the café."
  390.  
  391. "Then she skillfully brewed some black tea..."
  392.  
  393. "And poured some for me."
  394.  
  395. "When she drank black tea, she always took \\V[58] jam with it..."
  396.  
  397. "And on cold days, she drank it with a small amount of vodka."
  398.  
  399. "...excuse me?"
  400.  
  401. "Yes, her. I’m talking about my friend."
  402.  
  403. "We were the only two people who had come to that café."
  404.  
  405. "Is something the matter...?"
  406.  
  407. "That... right, yes."
  408.  
  409. "After we spent a few moments talking, we heard some weird sounds."
  410.  
  411. "As if something heavy was being dragged around..."
  412.  
  413. "And groans."
  414.  
  415. "They were coming from further inside the building."
  416.  
  417.  
  418. "When we heard that groan, I suddenly started to feel so terrible and sick..."
  419.  
  420. "I was preparing to leave. But, she..."
  421.  
  422. "She started heading inside."
  423.  
  424. "I could hear that groan becoming more intense."
  425.  
  426. "Just like cries..."
  427.  
  428. "For some reason, I couldn't see her face well, as she started to advance towards the inner part of the café..."
  429.  
  430. "Even now, I still can't see her face."
  431.  
  432. "As we followed the groan,"
  433.  
  434. "I found a door that went down to the basement."
  435.  
  436. "I opened the door, softly."
  437.  
  438. "And when I did, a weird smell filled my nostrils..."
  439.  
  440. "It was like the fragance of flowers... but it also stinked like rust..."
  441.  
  442. "It was a very strange smell."
  443.  
  444. "There seemed to be someone inside the room... then, when I stepped forward,"
  445.  
  446. "it happened."
  447.  
  448. "A pain... ran thorugh my shoulder."
  449.  
  450. "Somebody had... stabbed a knife in my back."
  451.  
  452. "I fell onto the floor, surprised."
  453.  
  454. "She... extended her hand..."
  455.  
  456. "And touched my cheek."
  457.  
  458. "Then, she said '\\V[57]'"
  459.  
  460. "I got scared, and untangled from her arms and hurried out the room."
  461.  
  462. You enter a room with a girl wearing the same kind of mask on her face as the protagonist, but with shorter hair.
  463. She seems to be the source of the groans.
  464.  
  465. "And so I ran... I ran away."
  466.  
  467. "And then, a week later,"
  468.  
  469. "I've heard she died."
  470.  
  471. "It apparently was such a brutal incident it wasn't possible to identify her,"
  472.  
  473. "she was so deformed her face didn't even look like one anymore."
  474.  
  475. "It's the truth... I'm not lying."
  476.  
  477. "I'm speaking... on her behalf."
  478.  
  479. "I'm not lying..."
  480.  
  481. "I must tell this... I..."
  482.  
  483. "Ah... Milya..."
  484.  
  485. "Yes... yes..."
  486.  
  487. "Let's meet again in that café."
  488.  
  489. You slit the throat of the girl.
  490.  
  491. "Mylochka"
  492.  
  493. "Happy Birthday"
  494.  
  495. The sound of a door closing is heard in the background.
  496.  
  497. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% BRANCH 02
  498.  
  499. "Regarding ■■, Any further intervention should be avoided."
  500.  
  501. "I think our attitude addressing this problem is overly optimistic."
  502.  
  503. "I suppose you people will think about that building as a haunted place."
  504.  
  505. "I suppose there's people who sneered when they saw the flustered reaction of the field investigators."
  506.  
  507. "You can argue it was just temporary paranoia caused by confusion."
  508.  
  509. "If that were the case, so be it."
  510.  
  511. "My concerns are centered on the impoverishment of the health of the responsibles for ■■, and the obvious signs of symptoms."
  512.  
  513. "With that in mind, please rethink what I'm saying."
  514.  
  515. "Do you really believe the phenomena observed during the recent weeks is nothing but mass paranoia?"
  516.  
  517. "I'm certain the people who first displayed these symptoms did not enter inside that café."
  518.  
  519. "And they were not told any information regarding that place in the talks."
  520.  
  521. "With that in consideration, it's clear that something unnatural is happening."
  522.  
  523. "I'm convinced the settling of ■■ in our brains has started."
  524.  
  525. "Please, listen carefully to what I'm saying."
  526.  
  527. "I'm not telling any jokes."
  528.  
  529. "I think our attitude when addressing this problem is overly optimistic."
  530.  
  531. "I'm certain the people who first displayed these symptoms did not enter inside that café."
  532.  
  533. "She is observing us."
  534.  
  535. "We did not enter inside that café."
  536.  
  537. "She is eating us."
  538.  
  539. "Like a maggot crawling inside a rotting brain."
  540.  
  541. "I don't want to know any more than this about her."
  542.  
  543. "Are you listening? Please, pay attention to this."
  544.  
  545. "Before she devours all my thoughts."
  546.  
  547. "Are you listening, ■■?"
  548.  
  549. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% BRANCH 03
  550.  
  551. "Mylochka:"
  552.  
  553. "Happy birthday!"
  554.  
  555. "We made this story for you!"
  556.  
  557. "Mylochka, it’s ok if you only listen"
  558.  
  559. "to our story while you walk!"
  560.  
  561. "I want Milya to always, always smile"
  562.  
  563. "and always surprise everybody!"
  564.  
  565. "I want to see your happy face!"
  566.  
  567. "Everybody loves you"
  568.  
  569. "Everybody wants to see you already"
  570.  
  571. "I wrote you a letter, so no matter where you are"
  572.  
  573. "or even if you have no ears, it will reach you!"
  574.  
  575. "It’s ok if you can’t walk!"
  576.  
  577. "I wonder where you are right now..."
  578.  
  579. "I guess you have a reluctant look on your face but..."
  580.  
  581. "Wherever you are, I'll be next to you"
  582.  
  583. "With my hands here!"
  584.  
  585. "We will be always together"
  586.  
  587. "Inside the forest, or even below the ground!"
  588.  
  589. "I can't remember your face as good as I wish but!"
  590.  
  591. "It probably is because I couldn't see it from the very start"
  592.  
  593. "It doesn't matter if you don't have eyes!"
  594.  
  595. "I am here"
  596.  
  597. "We are telling a story for you"
  598.  
  599. "We will be always waiting for you in that café"
  600.  
  601. "We want to see you already"
  602.  
  603. "Happy birthday!"
  604.  
  605. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% BRANCH 04
  606.  
  607. "...?"
  608.  
  609. "A café... inside the forest...?"
  610.  
  611. "I'm sorry. I don't really know much about such a thing."
  612.  
  613. "But I've heard my friends talking about something like that."
  614.  
  615. "Somehow... it was such strange story, I still remember some parts of it."
  616.  
  617. "I couldn’t really understand what they were talking about..."
  618.  
  619. "They said things like, 'what did the groaning sound like?', and 'what did her face look like?'"
  620.  
  621. "...her name?"
  622.  
  623. "Let's see... uh, what was it?"
  624.  
  625. "How strange... even though it's the name of my friend..."
  626.  
  627. "We've known each other since we were small children."
  628.  
  629. "Her body was slender, and her skin so pale..."
  630.  
  631. "She was such a pretty girl, and she looked so gorgeous in her dresses."
  632.  
  633. "..."
  634.  
  635. "I wonder what's wrong with me..."
  636.  
  637. "I can't remember her face... the face of my friend."
  638.  
  639. "No, in the first place..."
  640.  
  641. "I've never even seen her face."
  642.  
  643. "..."
  644.  
  645. "She actually might not have ever had a face..."
  646.  
  647. "When I finally had a look at her, by then nothing about it made any sense..."
  648.  
  649. "My... although she was my friend..."
  650.  
  651. "Her name..."
  652.  
  653. "..."
  654.  
  655. "Yes. Her name... was Milya."
  656.  
  657. "Milya."
  658.  
  659. "Yes, my friend.."
  660.  
  661. "It's the story of my friend. Milya."
  662.  
  663. "Oh..."
  664.  
  665. "So you were here. Milya."
  666.  
  667. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% BRANCH 05
  668.  
  669. "...why are you treating me as if I was ill?"
  670.  
  671. "There's nothing wrong with me."
  672.  
  673. "...I can walk, I can talk."
  674.  
  675. "Please, let me go back already."
  676.  
  677. "There's something I ought to do."
  678.  
  679. "What is it... ■■?"
  680.  
  681. "About that girl?"
  682.  
  683. "I really don't know that much..."
  684.  
  685. "I don't even know where she lives."
  686.  
  687. "Do you want me to talk about her?"
  688.  
  689. "If I do it, you will let me leave, then?"
  690.  
  691. "...understood."
  692.  
  693. "The first time I met her, was about two weeks ago."
  694.  
  695. "Where did I meet her...?"
  696.  
  697. "I met her in a place like a forest... or a place like a back alley...?"
  698.  
  699. "At a glance, I thought, 'she's quite a beautiful girl'."
  700.  
  701. "Her pale skin, her dark hair and dress... the stark contrast between them..."
  702.  
  703. "As for myself, I like drawing very much."
  704.  
  705. "So, I thought she should be the subject of my art, and I called out to ask her about it."
  706.  
  707. "She listened to my words while flashing a small smile..."
  708.  
  709. "And cheerfully accepted my request."
  710.  
  711. "Then, when I suggested we headed to my studio,"
  712.  
  713. "she said she 'knew of a more lovely place',"
  714.  
  715. "and took my hand and we started heading somewhere."
  716.  
  717. "As she entwined her white, long, slender fingers between my own,"
  718.  
  719. "and I observed her figure from behind as she walked nonchalantly,"
  720.  
  721. "somehow, I felt a mysterous feeling wrapping my whole body."
  722.  
  723. "It was like my sense of reality was gradually fading before my eyes,"
  724.  
  725. "and I was heading 'somewhere unlike anywhere else'..."
  726.  
  727. "It was a mysterious sort of feeling."
  728.  
  729. "To be with her like this... 'I want us to walk forever together'..."
  730.  
  731. "That's what I thought."
  732.  
  733. "We finally arrived at a building that looked like a café after walking for a while."
  734.  
  735. "My first impression was that the inside looked gloomy and a little ruined."
  736.  
  737. "When I stepped inside, there was no one other than me there."
  738.  
  739. "Silent as death, it was just like an abandoned building."
  740.  
  741. "And yet, there was nothing but one noise coming from somewhere inside,"
  742.  
  743. "mixed with the sound of '\\V[56]'."
  744.  
  745. "There were some stairs that lead further inside, to the basement."
  746.  
  747. "As she swung her hair, she laughed relaxedly while looking at me..."
  748.  
  749. "And then she led me into the other side of the door."
  750.  
  751. "She noticed I was absentminded, so she asked with a worried voice 'Ty b poryadke?'"
  752. #Translation: "Are you alright?"/"Do you feel well?", japanese "Daijoubu ka?"
  753.  
  754. "And placed her hand on my cheeks."
  755.  
  756. "The odd sensation of her cold hands on my cheeks made me come back to my senses."
  757.  
  758. "...as I apologized with a 'sorry', I remembered the reason we came here."
  759.  
  760. "I took out some art supplies from my bag, and made her sit on a chair."
  761.  
  762. "That day, I managed to draw lines with such ease as I've never done before,"
  763.  
  764. "and the carbon slowly started to reflect some life through its shades."
  765.  
  766. "It happened when I had finished the outline of the drawing and I had started working on the details."
  767.  
  768. "I suddenly felt my thoughts and my brush coming to a stop."
  769.  
  770. "I was bewildered."
  771.  
  772. "Even though I've seen her until just now, and I've seen her face..."
  773.  
  774. "My brain, my hand... they couldn't come to draw her face at all."
  775.  
  776. "It was odd, something like that shouldn't have happened..."
  777.  
  778. "Once again, I raised my gaze onto the girl sitting on the chair."
  779.  
  780. "She was laughing. I realized her thin, red lips, looked crooked, like a twitch."
  781.  
  782. "And yet, I couldn't even see her face clearly."
  783.  
  784. "What happened with that painting?"
  785.  
  786. "...yes, I still have it. I will show it to you now."
  787.  
  788. "It's still unfinished."
  789.  
  790. "I must finish it as soon as possible."
  791.  
  792. "■■?"
  793.  
  794. "Yes, that's her name."
  795.  
  796. "..."
  797.  
  798. "...?"
  799.  
  800. "Uh, doctor?"
  801.  
  802. "are you alright...? Hey...!?"
  803.  
  804. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% BRANCH 06
  805.  
  806. "I'm talking on your behalf"
  807.  
  808. "I'm talking to everyone about you."
  809.  
  810. "I can feel you being born"
  811.  
  812. "I can feel you growing bigger"
  813.  
  814. "This wriggling feeling inside of me feels so pleasant"
  815.  
  816. "You're still fondling me, aren't you?"
  817.  
  818. "With your arms, your fingers"
  819.  
  820. "Your mouth, your tongue"
  821.  
  822. "Everytime you touch my body, every time I feel that sensation"
  823.  
  824. "I feel more and more in love with you"
  825.  
  826. "And yet I can't remember your face"
  827.  
  828. "It's so irritating, so painful"
  829.  
  830. "I feel overwhelmed by complex feelings"
  831.  
  832. "And all I can think of is you."
  833.  
  834. "If I could just touch you"
  835.  
  836. "I'm sure my hands would extend towards your cheeks first"
  837.  
  838. "If you were to look around,"
  839.  
  840. "You'd see everybody craving for you, just like me, going somewhere"
  841.  
  842. "Are you wondering where these feet of mine are heading?"
  843.  
  844. "I'm sure they're moving on their own to meet you"
  845.  
  846. "As I talk of your story once again,"
  847.  
  848. "Their girly figures, as they do nothing but walk"
  849.  
  850. "Look so beautiful, and yet so empty"
  851.  
  852. "They just look exactly like your face"
  853.  
  854. "■■"
  855.  
  856. "I am your friend"
  857.  
  858. "We are your friends"
  859.  
  860. "We are now heading to see you"
  861.  
  862. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% BRANCH 07
  863.  
  864. "Yes, ■■ passed away yesterday."
  865.  
  866. "I was listening to the radio, and then they made a flash report..."
  867.  
  868. "It was about the accident."
  869.  
  870. "They mentioned the clothes of the victim were ■■..."
  871.  
  872. "They also said on the radio that the face was unrecognizable,"
  873.  
  874. "but I knew immediately it was her."
  875.  
  876. "I still can't believe it."
  877.  
  878. "She was just well and good until a week ago..."
  879.  
  880. "And suddenly, she has gone away..."
  881.  
  882. ****Is this in the right place for this snip of text? Sorry, I can't confirm.***
  883. "The wriggling feeling inside of me feels so pleasant"
  884.  
  885. "You're still fondling me, aren't you?"
  886. **********************************
  887.  
  888. "I'm still a bit confused... my head feels dizzy."
  889.  
  890. "Whether I'm asleep or awake, I can't take her off my head..."
  891.  
  892. "She was such a precious friend for me."
  893.  
  894. "We had been friends since we were small children."
  895.  
  896. "No, now that I think about it, we've been together since I was old enough to understand the world around me..."
  897.  
  898. "Honestly, I don't know anymore."
  899.  
  900. "...is that such an important thing?"
  901.  
  902. "And yet I can't remember your face"
  903.  
  904. "It's so irritating, so painful"
  905.  
  906. "I feel overwhelmed by complex feelings"
  907.  
  908. "And all I can think of is you."
  909.  
  910. "If I could just touch you"
  911.  
  912. "I'm sure my hands would extend towards your cheeks first"
  913.  
  914. "If you were to look around,"
  915.  
  916. "Are you wondering where these feet of mine are heading?"
  917.  
  918. "I'm sure they're moving on their own to meet you"
  919.  
  920. "As I talk of your story once again,"
  921.  
  922. "Their girly figures, as they do nothing but walk"
  923.  
  924. "Looks so beautiful, and yet so empty"
  925.  
  926. "They just look exactly like your face"
  927.  
  928. "■■"
  929.  
  930. "I am your friend"
  931.  
  932. "We are your friends"
  933.  
  934. "■■"
  935.  
  936. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% BRANCH 08
  937.  
  938. "■: ...hey, what's he talking about?"
  939.  
  940. "Do you understand anything being said there?"
  941.  
  942. ":Of course I don't! ...is the microphone broken?"
  943.  
  944. "■: We'll check that later."
  945.  
  946. "...also, please, turn the picture around. I guess it will not be that good of a painting, though."
  947.  
  948. ": What he's saying makes no sense..."
  949.  
  950. "It's not like this is important anyway."
  951.  
  952. "What's even the point of continuing this?"
  953.  
  954. "■: I don't know..."
  955.  
  956. "Well, I guess we'll stop if nothing interesting happens."
  957.  
  958. "There's something about this that worries me, you know?"
  959.  
  960. ": Isn't it just because it's too weird?"
  961.  
  962. "To think I mistook you for ■■..."
  963.  
  964. ": ..."
  965.  
  966. ": ...what did you just say?"
  967.  
  968. ": ...uh?"
  969.  
  970. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% BRANCH 09
  971.  
  972. "Let me say this in advance."
  973.  
  974. "I can't tell exactly what's the phenomenon she's causing."
  975.  
  976. "I don't understand anything about the contents of the testimony of the girls, nor her nature."
  977.  
  978. "But if there's something I can say, in short, is that she was just a parasite."
  979.  
  980. "That building was the nest of a parasite."
  981.  
  982. "Now that I'm writing this, she's nesting on my brain, and feeding off it, too."
  983.  
  984. "I suppose there will be people who will argue that mocking her by using the word 'parasite' is far from the best way of explaining her nature."
  985.  
  986. "In fact, she doesn't bear a body, nor does she need to reside inside a host."
  987.  
  988. "She is a thought, information, an electrical signal."
  989.  
  990. "She's residual information that stays forever inside the brain of the subjects."
  991.  
  992. "It happens when data about her enters the brain."
  993.  
  994. "In other words, her image is created when somebody 'thinks' of her."
  995.  
  996. "Also, the signals don't disappear with time. Instead, they are amplified inside the subject's brain. In other words, the cognition of the subject becomes contaminated."
  997.  
  998. "Furthermore, in an attempt to breed, she looks for ways of expanding knowledge about herself."
  999.  
  1000. "Those ways are, probably, any method capable of conveying the information to others."
  1001.  
  1002. "The girls who speak about she, who shouldn't exist, are being manipulated by this parasite who uses and eats their brains."
  1003.  
  1004. "All, in order to breed. In order to form a symbiosis."
  1005.  
  1006. "Like praying mantises hosting hairworms."
  1007.  
  1008. "Like snails hosting a Leucochloridiums."
  1009.  
  1010. "When I noticed this fact, I realized she was already residing inside my brain."
  1011.  
  1012. "I have deleted all the records I made so far,"
  1013.  
  1014. "and disposed of the girls under my guardianship."
  1015.  
  1016. "As well of my colleagues."
  1017.  
  1018. "My biggest fear now is to think that a human could become something else that isn't human anymore."
  1019.  
  1020. "If I can prevent that,"
  1021.  
  1022. "I will not fear to bear any sin."
  1023.  
  1024. "For as long as I can keep my self-conciousness,"
  1025.  
  1026. "for as long as she hasn't eaten my whole brain,"
  1027.  
  1028. "I will entrust only this information."
  1029.  
  1030. "The last remaining parasite is inside my brain."
  1031.  
  1032. "It could be said that if it disappeared, it'd have been neutralized"
  1033.  
  1034. "All that remains for me is to pull the trigger."
  1035.  
  1036. "With only that, everything will end."
  1037.  
  1038. "■■ is harmless."
  1039.  
  1040. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% BRANCH 10
  1041. #note: This sounds like a news report of some sort.
  1042.  
  1043. "In the Russian forest located at ■■,"
  1044.  
  1045. "An injured girl has been found."
  1046.  
  1047. "The girl had a sharp injury on her throat, and was in a general state of"
  1048.  
  1049. "confusion. She has been put under custod."
  1050.  
  1051. "Furthermore, after a few days have passed, more girls have been discovered coming from the forest."
  1052.  
  1053. "Like the previous girl, they were also confused and put under protection."
  1054.  
  1055. "According to their testimony, they all have mentioned the existence of a café inside the forest."
  1056.  
  1057. "When they entered said place, they were attacked by somebody, tried to escape, and eventually were lost inside the forest."
  1058.  
  1059. "A team of investigators has already been sent to this building."
  1060.  
  1061. "During the investigations, several people started to show the same severely"
  1062.  
  1063. "confused behaviour as the girls found in the forest."
  1064.  
  1065. "The cause remains unknown, but it's been determined to be either an hallucinogenic or perhaps a drug for stimulation."
  1066.  
  1067. "Below is a simplified record of the events captured through video during the investigations."
  1068.  
  1069. "Although odd speech and conducts can be seen on the tape, there's nothing special to remark about it."
  1070.  
  1071. "1. Coments on feeling a 'déjà vu' when entering the building"
  1072.  
  1073. "2. Comments about feeling uneasiness, and hearing music coming from somewhere"
  1074.  
  1075. "3. Reporting of a groan coming from the basement, and also how that increased the uneasiness"
  1076.  
  1077. "4. Reporting of the sound of footsteps as soon as they headed to the basement to investigate"
  1078.  
  1079. "5. Arriving at a door of the basement"
  1080.  
  1081. "6. Some seemed to be shaking extremely at the moment of opening the door and peering inside"
  1082.  
  1083. "7. The team received the order to return to the headquarters."
  1084.  
  1085. "A conversation that has been going for a while can be heard through the microphone after the investigation, in which her voice slowly becomes harder and harder to identify."
  1086.  
  1087. "She has since then recovered completely thanks to medical treatment."
  1088.  
  1089. "She's harmless."
  1090.  
  1091. "Since the priority of this affair has been deemed low, it's uncertain when the next enquiries will be done."
  1092.  
  1093. "She's harmless."
  1094.  
  1095. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% BRANCH 11
  1096.  
  1097. "Mylochka:"
  1098.  
  1099. "Happy birthday!"
  1100.  
  1101. "We made this story for you!"
  1102.  
  1103. "Mylochka, it’s ok if you can only listen"
  1104.  
  1105. "to our story while you walk!"
  1106.  
  1107. "I want Milya to always, always smile"
  1108.  
  1109. "and always surprise everybody!"
  1110.  
  1111. "I want to see your happy face!"
  1112.  
  1113. "Everybody loves you"
  1114.  
  1115. "Everybody wants to see you already"
  1116.  
  1117. "I wrote you a letter, so no matter where you are"
  1118.  
  1119. "or even if you have no ears, it will reach you!"
  1120.  
  1121. "It’s ok if you can’t walk!"
  1122.  
  1123. "I wonder where you are right now..."
  1124.  
  1125. "I guess you have a reluctant look on your face but..."
  1126.  
  1127. "Wherever you are, I'll be next to you"
  1128.  
  1129. "With my hands here!"
  1130.  
  1131. "We will be always together"
  1132.  
  1133. "Inside the forest, or even below the ground!"
  1134.  
  1135. "I can't recall your face as good as I wish but!"
  1136.  
  1137. "It probably is because I couldn't see it well from the very start"
  1138.  
  1139. "It doesn't matter if you don't have eyes!"
  1140.  
  1141. "I am here"
  1142.  
  1143. "We are telling a story for you"
  1144.  
  1145. "We will be always waiting for you in that café"
  1146.  
  1147. "We want to see you already"
  1148.  
  1149. "Happy birthday!"
  1150.  
  1151. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% BRANCH 12
  1152.  
  1153. "She's harmless."
  1154.  
  1155. "She's harmless."
  1156.  
  1157. "She's harmless."
  1158.  
  1159. "I'm harmless."
  1160.  
  1161. "Она безвредна."
  1162.  
  1163. "Она безвредна."
  1164.  
  1165. "Она безвредна."
  1166.  
  1167. "Mylochka?"
  1168.  
  1169. "She's eating me."
  1170.  
  1171. "Always inside my head."
  1172.  
  1173. "Always inside my head, like a maggot."
  1174.  
  1175. "Always. Always inside."
  1176.  
  1177. "Mylochka."
  1178.  
  1179. "Mylochka."
  1180.  
  1181. "Миля."
  1182.  
  1183. "Although it looks like a café, there are no signs of human activity on the place."
  1184.  
  1185. "Both the interior and exterior show the deterioration that has been ongoing for many years, but it doesn't seem to be aging any further than that either."
  1186.  
  1187. "At least two guards must be assigned at any time to patrol the surroundings."
  1188.  
  1189. "If any individual steps in the area, inform them that due to policial investigations the place is off-limits and any intrusion is forbidden."
  1190.  
  1191. "*It's impossible to determine the identity of the persons or the cause of that abnormal noise in the video."
  1192.  
  1193. "It only showed the inside of the café."
  1194.  
  1195. "And one more person."
  1196.  
  1197. "один,два,три,четыре..."
  1198.  
  1199. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% BRANCH 13
  1200.  
  1201. "..."
  1202.  
  1203. "Milya? Are you there?"
  1204.  
  1205. "..."
  1206.  
  1207. "Milya? What are you looking at?"
  1208.  
  1209. "..."
  1210.  
  1211. "She's harmless."
  1212.  
  1213. "..."
  1214.  
  1215. "...Privet."
  1216.  
  1217. "..."
  1218.  
  1219. "Milya? Are you there?"
  1220.  
  1221. "Confirmation of ■■ outbreak."
  1222.  
  1223. "Confirmation of ■■ outbreak."
  1224.  
  1225. "поздравляю."
  1226.  
  1227. "привет."
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