HEAVY OBJECT:Volume8 Prologue
From ■■■ to the age of Objects.
It’s rumored that it was due to the fall of the UN, but the real reason was ■■■■■■.
At the time, I was sent out as a student soldier. Yes, that was when we were in the middle of the first extreme aging society, so the working population had dropped drastically. Both agriculture and commerce were practically empty. The only thing left to rely on was intellectual property. And so everyone started skipping grades like crazy. I was already in graduate school by the time I got my first period.
But I digress. Let’s get back on track.
In the end, ■■■, ■■■, ■■■, and everyone else wanted some kind of event.
Humans ■■■ too much ■■■. ■■■■■■ at least five or six times. The next thing we knew, ■■■■■■■■■ was gone. It wasn’t just that ■■■ was focusing on ■■■ of ■■■■■■. Even creating ■■■ wasn’t enough to ■■■. Weapons began to stagnate and stopped advancing. To put it simply, there was no excitement in ■■■■. Once the upper limit was reached, responsibility had to be taken for the arms reduction. As a final ■■■, what else was there other than ■■■■? And the negligence of those high-cost ■■■ had to have been ■■■■■■ to the anti-government side.
Everyone was hoping for the appearance of ■■■■■■.
A love of bigger and bigger ships and guns was perfect. We had ■■■■ as an obvious ■■■■■ and, unlike with ■■■■■■, the entire earth could not be supplied to ■■■■. In other words, ■■■ and ■■■ were split and ■■■■ could be watched a lot like a sports match.
Everyone dreamed of the arrival of ■■■■■■.
The Island Nation decided to play the villain. As if it had been arranged in advance, ■■■■■■■■■ formed a ■■■■, brought out all sorts of exaggerated ■■■■, and challenged ■■■■■.
Even the later ■■■■ was ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■. Fairly and justly, ■■■■■■■■■ and ■■■■■■. And it was all to create that.
I wonder what’s happened to the Island Nation now.
As someone who fled from there, I have no obligation to say anything self-important, but I do have one thought as I watch it from the outside.
What a pitiable country.
(A written version of Legitimacy Kingdom 37th Mobile Maintenance Battalion Maintenance Soldier Ayami Cherryblossom’s oral testimony concerning the Island Nation. The original text is only viewable by those ranked major general or higher, so it is speculated to include some highly classified information.)