Moonlight Lostroom OVA
Announcement: Announcement to all Chaldea staff.
Announcement: The workday ends at 5:00 p.m.
Announcement: A special arrangement thanks to our Acting Director.
Announcement: This isn't due to Christmas holiday, but be sure to get a good rest.
Announcement: Also, the Inspection Committee seems to be delayed, but they will be here once the weather allows it.
Announcement: Their ETA is tomorrow at 12 o'clock.
Announcement: We expect all of Chaldea's staff to receive them with modesty and pride.
Announcement: Our functions are to be handled by the new staff once 2017 ends, but keep doing your job diligently as possible until then.
Duston: The inspection will begin soon.
Duston: What about you guys, will you leave for Clock Tower?
Male Chaldea staff: I'll be going back to London.
Male Chaldea staff: It's not like I really want to go back, but the situation here isn't any better.
Male Chaldea staff: This organization has ties to the UN after all.
Female Chaldea staff: I'd like to stay here.
Female Chaldea staff: We have high-end equipment, and I've grown fond of this place after protecting it for over a year.
Female Chaldea staff: And I don't really think the new staff will be able to handle Chaldea that well.
Mash: Excuse me for a moment.
Mash: Mr. Duston, can I ask you something.
Duston: No problem.
Duston: Is something wrong, miss Kyrielight?
Mash: I had a transmission from Senpa– from Fujimaru Ritsuka, but I can't find him.
Mash: And now the communication has been cut off.
Duston: Now that you say it, I couldn't see him in the cafeteria.
Male Chaldea staff: He wasn't in the medical room nor in the simulator either.
Male Chaldea staff: I locked the entry myself.
Female Chaldea staff: Then I wasn't seeing things...
Female Chaldea staff: There's a warehouse behind the Control Room, right?
Female Chaldea staff: It was a break room before remodeling.
Female Chaldea staff: If I'm not mistaken, Ritsuka was around there.
Mash: Thank you for your help. But...
Mash: Is there something wrong with that warehouse?
Duston: Nothing, it's just weird to see people around there.
Duston: The Lost Room is there, after all.
Mash: Lost Room...?
Duston: It'll sound like a ghost story.
Duston: They say people disappear when they enter at midnight.
Duston: And this isn't an isolated incident, there are many reports about it.
Duston: Now it's no more than a warehouse, a forgotten relic from the previous Director's era.
Olga: You want to reorganize humanity based in the caste system?
Olga: I won't allow a society where my destiny is set in stone from the moment I was born!
Olga: Go, Berserker!
Olga: What did you expect?
Olga: Who do you think I am?
Olga: I'm Chaldea's Director and owner of the Celestial Body Department in Clock Tower!
Olga: I'm Olga Marie Animusphere!
Olga: If we talk about Master potential, you of all people shouldn't be that surprised!
Fujimaru: Director, above!
Fujimaru: Look above!
Olga: Heroic Spirits from the Age of Gods aren't needed anymore.
Olga: This planet now belongs to humanity.
Olga: It's too late for gods to claim ownership over it!
Olga: Archer! Caster!
Olga: Good grief, at this rate I'll have to take care of everything.
Olga: Mashu...? Fujimaru...?
Olga: Where did you go?
Olga: Perhaps I didn't do well as a Master?
Olga: Tell me! What does this mean!?
Olga: Was I asleep...?
Olga: It feels like I had a weird dream.
Lev: Can we continue now, Olga?
Olga: Y-Yeah... Go on.
Olga: What is it?
Mash: It's about the unknown location observed by CHALDEAS the other day, Director.
Olga: That was it.
Olga: It's an alarming situation indeed.
Olga: At this rate, it will become a Singularity disturbing human history.
Olga: I wonder if I should report this to the Association and the UN...
Lev: I believe it's too soon for that.
Lev: Maybe CHALDEAS isn't working properly.
Lev: It's been eleven years since it began operations in 2004.
Lev: How about trying a maintenance?
Olga: That won't do.
Olga: CHALDEAS is a pseudo-celestial body copying the Earth's soul.
Olga: Stopping CHALDEAS is the same as killing it.
Olga: To begin with, my CHALDEAS lacks any imperfection.
Olga: If it has a problem, the reason must be an external factor.
Mash: An external factor...
Mash: Then, if CHALDEAS isn't at fault, the issue must be in the Observation Lens SHEBA.
Lev: Oh? It would be my fault if that's the case.
Lev: It's true that my SHEBA has been working for 10 years.
Lev: Perhaps its theory isn't up to date.
Olga: I never said I had complaints towards you, Lev!
Olga: There's the possibility of the staff in the Control Room overlooking something...
Olga: ...due to the Association harassing them all the time.
Romani: The staff is completely healthy.
Romani: If you ask me, the one who should take a day off is you, Director.
Lev: I agree.
Lev: You haven't been sleeping properly since we discovered this anomaly one week ago.
Lev: Let the doctors check your condition.
Mash: Aside from Leyshift experiment report, the report for the selection of Masters candidates is also finished.
Mash: So, please use the next twelve hours to rest as much as you can.
Mash: We don't have a replacemente for you, Director.
Olga: Alright, I'll take your advice.
Mash: Speaking of rest, proffesor Lev must be sleeping well.
Mash: I've heard that going to bed and waking up early it's healthy.
Lev: That? Because my work was very exhausting before coming to Chaldea.
Lev: Once I completed SHEBA, I stopped seeing dreams.
Lev: That's why I can sleep soundly at night now.
Lev: What about you, Romani?
Romani: It's the opposite for me.
Romani: Since I came here, all I see are dreams.
Romani: But the dreams are always different.
Olga: The Organization for the Preservation of Human Order, Chaldea.
Olga: An organization established by my father in order to ensure the future.
Olga: The Animuspheres are a magi family that have studied the celestial bodies from long ago.
Olga: The mission of this family, of the Animuspheres, is to establish the thesis of the Grand Order.
Olga: That is, to guarantee the human history on this planet.
Olga: We see into the future to ensure that human history will continue beyond the present.
Olga: We don't aim for something big like "creating the future."
Olga: Our mission is to guarantee that "there is a future," and pass that onto other magi.
Olga: For that reason, the Animusphere created this Mystic Code.
Olga: Pseudo-Celestial Body, CHALDEAS.
Olga: Assuming the planet had a soul, we copied that soul and put it inside this model of the Earth.
Olga: But, we can't interfere with this second Earth.
Olga: That's because its phase it's different.
Olga: Still, it's possible to analyze it.
Olga: My father configured CHALDEAS one hundred years into the future.
Olga: As long as the light of civilization shines in CHALDEAS, we can assure the survival of humanity for the next one hundred years.
Olga: At the same time, CHALDEAS works as a library of Earth.
Olga: We can't observe in detail the future one hundred years ahead.
Olga: Because the future is always changing.
Olga: However, details of the confirmed past can be extracted.
Olga: It's a compass pointing towards the past of humanity, so to speak.
Olga: The success rate of sending someone to the past via Leyshifting after quantum decomposition...
Olga: ...raises dramatically thanks to CHALDEAS.
Olga: My father founded Chaldea in order to observe and operate CHALDEAS.
Olga: He was a great researcher and a great magus.
Olga: That was my father... he left me alone after passing away three years ago.
Olga: His dead body was found in his office, back in 2012.
Olga: I don't even know if he had an accidental death or if he had an illness.
Olga: I was just a little girl who took over Chaldea after his death.
Olga: My father didn't leave me anything.
Olga: But I did receive his conviction as a magus of Animusphere.
Olga: It has been two years since I became Director.
Olga: And just when I thought I was finally starting to get things done...
Mash: But, why one hundred years into the future?
Olga: What do you mean, Mashu?
Mash: I mean, if the only thing that matters is to see that civilization continues, why not set it to one day or one year after?
Lev: It's about response time, Mashu.
Lev: If we set it to one day, there's nothing we can do if the light of civilization disappears.
Lev: There's no solution.
Lev: However, if the destruction comes one or ten years later, that's time enough to act.
Lev: I believe the previous Director set it in one hundred years to give humanity enough time to prepare.
Mash: I see now.
Mash: The previous Director thought things through.
Olga: B-But of course!
Olga: My father was a very prudent and thoughtful person!
Olga: He didn't act based on speculations nor wishful thinking.
Lev: That's true.
Lev: The Heroic Spirit Summoning System must be there for situations like that, too.
Lev: If an abnormality emerged in the past, it would be impossible for us in the present to fix it.
Lev: At least not if you don't go directly to that era to solve it.
Mash: Even if Leyshift succeeds, you can only send a magus by himself.
Mash: Once in that location, there's no weapons to rely on.
Mash: For that reason you need Heroic Spirits, the Servants.
Mash: Heroic Spirits exist as they're an extension of human history, in spite of how much it can change.
Mash: By borrowing their power, you can hold your ground in any era.
Romani: So, that's how it is.
Romani: Heroic Spirits are spiritual phenomenons of higher order.
Romani: The Throne of Heroes lies in a dimension above our own.
Romani: They're beings that transcend time.
Romani: Just like Chaldea, they're a security mechanism to protect The Human Order.
Romani: Because, as long as you make a contract with them, they can be summoned into any era.
Olga: The Heroic Spirit Summoning System isn't stable yet.
Olga: And first we must secure those Master candidates with high Leyshift aptitude.
Olga: I must make sure to verify that information...
Lev: I wish Da Vinci were more cooperative with our cause.
Lev: Olga, what about giving him... I mean, her, a workshop?
Olga: Not yet.
Olga: I can't trust a Masterless Servant.
Olga: Besides, I can't deal with that Heroic Spirit.
Olga: Once we accomplish another summoning, I'll have her leave immediately.
Romani: That's harsh.
Romani: I've heard Da Vinci-chan sees you as her little sister.
Lev: We should leave Da Vinci in charge of the Heroic Spirit Summoning.
Lev: So we can focus in the Masters selection.
Lev: Olga, are you done choosing the A-Team?
Olga: "I recommend these seven magi if an emergency arises."
Olga: Those were the orders my father left.
Olga: Father ordered to call them Crypters instead of Master candidates.
Mash: What's this?
Mash: It doesn't seem like it was made here in Chaldea.
Olga: How weird... it was supposed to be under strict security measures.
Mash: My apologies.
Mash: Is this something important?
Olga: Don't worry, we don't use it anymore.
Olga: It's one of the presents from the Atlas Institute.
Mash: The Atlas Institute?
Mash: The ones who provided the blueprint for the TRISMEGISTUS....
Mash: ...resting at the core of Chaldea? Them?
Olga: The place where the definitive weapons of the world of magecraft are stored.
Olga: The Pit of Taboo... The Atlas Institute.
Olga: My father had a deal with Atlas, and based on it, they had to provide us with technology.
Olga: That's how we got the Pseudo-Quantum Processor: TRISMEGISTUS.
Olga: The other one was that...
Olga: The Imaginary Numbers Observation System: PAPER MOON.
Lev: PAPER MOON...
Lev: A plane moon, perhaps?
Lev: It's my first time hearing of it.
Lev: So, what does it do?
Olga: It's a compass that allows you to demonstrate and observe the Imaginary Numbers realm.
Olga: It was prepared as a means to exceed CHALDEAS' phase contrast.
Olga: Although, it isn't need anymore.
Olga: Because SHEBA was completed and we could accomplish Leyshifting.
Mash: I'm surprised.
Mash: There is another way to interfere with Singularities besides Leyshifting?
Olga: By diving into the realm of Imaginary Numbers to later resurface in the appointed location.
Olga: We called it Zero Sail.
Romani: And the ship that made that possible was the Shadow Border. Keep the secret.
Lev: I get it.
Lev: There was a machine unused thanks to me finishing SHEBA.
Lev: You got me there.
Lev: I can't help but feel that I wasn't really needed.
Lev: It's just a thought.
Lev: Maybe it's a bit sudden, but that's how things are.
Lev: Let's say it took me by surprise.
Lev: Olga, I completed the Near-Future Observation Lens SHEBA back in 1999.
Lev: That's when I accepted Marisbilly's invitation.
Lev: My destiny was determined at that moment.
Lev: To save humanity...
Lev: No, that's wrong.
Lev: To make this planet a better place.
Lev: That became the goal of my life.
Lev: Before and after this incident.
Lev: The future that humans build is versatile and keeps changing.
Lev: That's why there's no stability.
Lev: Humanity's existence is wonderful, but they carry a big burden.
Lev: Wouldn't it be bad if it collapses like a mountain of pebbles?
Lev: That's exactly what I want to avoid.
Lev: I can't do much by myself.
Lev: But, at least I can stop one of those pebbles before crumbling.
Lev: What about you?
Lev: Do you want to be part of that big burden?
Lev: Do you want to carry that burden?
Lev: Or maybe you want to keep away those pebbles from your feet.
Olga: I'm none of that.
Olga: This big duty of preserving the Human Order only brings me anxiety.
Olga: I don't give a damn about the future and its importance.
Olga: All I have is this obsession to demonstrate that I'm capable of doing it.
Olga: Everyday is painful...
Olga: Everyday, there's no future...
Olga: What will I do once the end comes...?
Olga: Is there a way for me to be happy...?
Olga: I don't know at all what my purpose should be...
Olga: This is so...
Lev: Oh, look at the time.
Lev: Pardon my discourtesy, but I'll be very busy from now on.
Lev: Are you Olga Marie?
Lev: My name is Lev Lainur, nice to meet you.
Lev: Oh? Without shaking hands?
Lev: It's fine, I like that attitude.
Lev: It takes time to trust others.
Lev: What? I dress weird?
Lev: It looks off?
Lev: But of course.
Lev: I'm the only here who dresses old-fashioned.
Lev: It's my pride as a magus trying to display courtesy towards the history of the Animuspheres.
Lev: This may be a modern place, but it's also the workshop of the Animuspheres.
Lev: So, even if it's only me, it's natural to dress like a magus.
Olga: Goodbye, Lev Lainur.
Mash: Good morning.
Mash: Are you in your break too, Senpai?
Fujimaru: I see everybody was here.
Mash: I'll give you something to drink, what would you like?
Fujimaru: Only tea.
Furjimaru: Excuse me.
Olga: It's not like I'm worried, but you look gloomy.
Olga: Is there something bothering you?
Fujimaru: It's about my lack of skill.
Olga: That's obvious.
Olga: You were picked only to fill in numbers.
Olga: You aren't a magus nor a soldier.
Olga: Just an average joe.
Olga: I'd have never given you the chance to fight if you weren't the last remaining candidate.
Olga: For you to receive such an important duty as protecting humanity's future is–
Fujimaru: Even so...
Fujimaru: I can't keep getting saved by everyone else.
Fujimaru: First, I must get things done by myself.
Fujimaru: And I've been working hard for it...
Fujimaru: The more time passes, the more I realise how ordinary I am...
Fujimaru: It doesn't matter how much I train, or how many spells I learn...
Fujimaru: From time to time, I ask myself...
Fujimaru: "Why me? I bet they have someone more qualified."
Fujimaru: That kind of unpleasant thought.
Olga: Do you believe it was a mistake to become a Master?
Olga: You've been doing it reluctantly because there's no one else to do it?
Olga: I should crush him now...
Fujimaru: Those who don't even try are those who can't accomplish anything.
Fujimaru: If you can't get out of the situation...
Fujimaru: At least make yourself stronger.
Fujimaru: Even as an ordinary person, I'll be useless if I at least don't show off my mediocrity.
Fujimaru: I'm not someone's substitute.
Fujimaru: I want to meet everyone's expectations by being myself.
Olga: I'm disappointed.
Olga: How can we trust the future of humanity to such weakling?
Olga: The restoration of Human Order went to your head.
Olga: Maybe my judgement was wrong.
Mash: Still, we made it this far thanks to you, Director.
Mash: We could complete Fuyuki's Order thanks to you.
Mash: We were able to eliminate the Singularities in France, Rome and Okeanos...
Mash: ...because you were our navigator.
Olga: I did that with you...?
Olga: Mashu, what year is this...?
Mash: It's May 1st, 2016.
Mash: Are you feeling bad?
Olga: It's nothing.
Olga: Thanks, Mashu.
Olga: I regret not talking with you like this earlier.
Olga: Will you keep going in spite of your fear?
Fujimaru: I'm not discouraged enough as to give up.
Olga: Is that so?
Olga: There's nothing else for me to do, but I'll root for you anyways.
Olga: Even if your future gets replaced by something completely hopeless.
Fujimaru: By the way...
Fujimaru: Who was that?
Galahad: She's nobody.
Galahad: She's someone who couldn't reach this future.
Galahad: Give up.
Galahad: There's no Human Order to protect anymore.
Galahad: Listen, drifter who came from a faraway future... no, from the correct history.
Galahad: You can't win.
Galahad: The human world will be destroyed.
Galahad: The future has already been decided.
Fujimaru: I knew of someone who said the same...
Fujimaru: But, that was just an empty theory.
Fujimaru: The future will always be a blank sheet as long as there's someone willing to fight!
Fujimaru: I won't let that happen!
Galahad: You're right.
Because the future literally became a blank sheet. Galahad:
Galahad: It would be better if there were something to incinerate, because at least there would be something.
Galahad: But, this planet even let go of that residue.
Galahad: Humanity is at a stalemate.
Galahad: This is the future one year from now that was decided once you stopped the Incineration of the Human Order.
Galahad: This is how planet Earth looks.
Galahad: The King of Magecraft once said...
Galahad: "You would be happier by not doing anything."
Galahad: Let me repeat those words again.
Galahad: Our history shall not continue onto the future.
Fujimaru: Because... we restored the Human Order...?
Voice of Romani: Wake up, Fujimaru.
Fujimaru: Sorry! I overslept!
Fujimaru: I only came to leave my stuff here and I fell asleep...
Fujimaru: Even though the whole Chaldea staff is very busy cleaning things up...
Mash: I couldn't find you neither in your room nor in the cafeteria...
Mash: I was a bit worried.
Mash: Did you go to the warehouse?
Fujimaru: I was sorting out the sheets and tablewares I used until now.
Fujimaru: It doesn't feel right to just throw them away.
Fujimaru: Isn't the new staff from the Association arriving soon?
Mash: Yes. They will arrive by helicopter once the weather allows it.
Mash: Their ship is anchored on the coast.
Fujimaru: We went through a lot in one year, but it was worth it.
Fujimaru: Thank you, Mashu.
Fujimaru: Thank you for always supporting such a mediocre Master.
Mash: I... I should be the one saying it!
Mash: I'm conscious I've been supported many times and far longer than Senpai!
Mash: The objective of the inspection is obvious.
Mash: The old Chaldea will be disbanded and the staff will be renewed.
Mash: I wonder if I'll be able to be in the same department as you...
Mash: To begin with, will you stay at Chaldea!?
Mash: If you're going back to Japan, please give me your address!
Mash: I'd like to send you a New Year's greeting card and the like...!
Fujimaru: The Inspection Committee will arrive soon...
Fujimaru: And with that, my unbelievable days at Chaldea will come to an end.
Fujimaru: I don't know what will happen from now on.
Fujimaru: It would make me happy to get a job at Chaldea, even if not as a Master.
Fujimaru: Though, I know that won't be easy.
Fujimaru: But, it doesn't matter what happens.
Fujimaru: It doesn't matter how uncertain the future looks.
Fujimaru: I believe there's nothing to be afraid of.
Fujimaru: Humans are fundamentally powerless, and things rarely work out well.
Fujimaru: Usually it's all in vain, and it's normal to just laugh it off saying something like...
Fujimaru: "Things like that happen, you know."
Fujimaru: I know... that kind of strength was what helped me in this short yet long journey.
Fujimaru: For the time being, there must still be things that only I can do.
Fujimaru: Let's welcome the New Year without doubting that.