Duncan approached the door and checked its status again worryingly.
This “subspace door” is really closed – I was indeed on the opposite side of the door before, and that easy pass has indeed completely sealed this door that is difficult to shake in the real dimension .
He exhaled lightly and looked up at the top of the gate.
The mysterious ancient text is still clearly printed on the door frame: “This door leads to the Lost Home.”
“To the Lost Home…” Duncan couldn’t help recalling the situation on the other side of the door. I have a little understanding of the words on the door frame.
The words on this door are true, and the opposite side of the door really leads to the Lost Home, another Ship Lost—the distorted projection of the Lost Home in the real dimension in the subspace.
Duncan grabbed the lantern, turned and left the lower deck, and returned to the captain’s cabin through the light and shadow reversed cargo hold and superstructure without stopping.
“Ah! Captain, you’re back!” Goat’s head was still in a daze, and the first thing he did when he saw Duncan came back was to mutter, “Why did you leave suddenly, you said you went to the subspace just now? This is not a joke! You…”
“I closed the ‘subspace door’ at the bottom of the ship,” Duncan said casually as he put the lantern away, “Just now I went down from ‘this side, to make sure.”
Goat’s head was choked at what he said, and there was another “crack” sound between his head and the table.
“Then…there?” Goat’s head was taken aback for a moment, and his tone changed from astonishment to extreme seriousness in an instant, “Please tell me, what’s going on?”
The goat’s head spoke without hesitation, and listened to Duncan’s narration very carefully.
Then said it doesn’t know what’s going on…
The goat head didn’t care about the teasing in the captain’s tone, and it didn’t hide its surprise at all: “You closed this door!? You mean, you closed the door from the subspace… ?”
Goat’s head was speechless all of a sudden.
“According to your description, this is indeed a subspace,” Goat Head said frankly, “but I’ve never heard of a situation like that, where you just…’entered, got there, and still in your sleep I came back safe and sound… You must know that although the threat of the subspace to the reality dimension is serious, it does not mean that it is an easy place to reach, and its danger is more reflected in the fact that its pollution is hard to guard against.
“This… is a relative concept,” the goat head explained with a little embarrassment, “it is very safe to fall down from the reality dimension, but even if it is the Lost Country, it is not easy to ‘fall, go down It is not a concept that it is easy to fall and it is difficult to fall, and…how can I explain it to you? Generally speaking, victims who unfortunately fall into the subspace…their process and feelings of entering the subspace are the same as yours. It is completely different, it is an extremely frightening and terrifying process, and it is often difficult to simply end in death…”
Duncan was even a little shocked-for the first time in history, he didn’t say anything else on this topic, he just sighed! “It’s just one of the insignificant links,” Goat’s Head said in a deep voice, “The broken truth of the Great Annihilation has not been buried in the long river of time, and it is meaningless to piece together its whole picture.
Duncan was stunned, and then suddenly thought of something: “Is that the truth about Annihilation?
“You…you because of this?” Goat’s head was a little coherent at this time, “You entered the subspace and returned to the real dimension, just to close this door from the opposite side? This… this can be It’s not an ordinary wooden door in a warehouse or utility room, you just… closed it?!”
Duncan blinked, and then suddenly reacted: “You mean, everything in the current reality dimension…”
Duncan then told Goat Head that he entered the subspace as soon as he opened his eyes after a deep sleep—of course, he concealed the details of his exploration in that dark space, and focused on the space at the bottom of the ship. This door, and all the sights seen when looking out at Chaos from the deck.
Duncan knew that he hadn’t explained the matter clearly, which caused some misunderstandings to the goat head—but he didn’t mainly want to see that
The appearance of the mouth is twisted, but the joy of being the first person to share the boundless sea.
“Otherwise?” Duncan asked back, “Isn’t this door closed from here? Why don’t you make the effort?”
He just looked at the goat’s head so happily, watching this guy who was so naughty that his brains boiled up, and he fell into a coherent situation, watching this guy follow him This “gaba gaba” kept shaking like a vibration mode, his face was calm, and his heart was almost too happy.
“I know what else he wants to ask, but unfortunately, this is all I know, and I can’t guarantee that it’s all true-I do know some things related to the warp, but even the so-called The “truth” of the “truth” will not necessarily be distorted into what it looks like after being affected by the subspace. Causal logic and time sequence are meaningless here, and my fragmented knowledge… I don’t even know that there is something in it. Some of it is a real memory, and some of it is a shadow left over from the process of leaving the subspace. “The wreckage of the world,” said the goat-head, “all those who survive to this day have become distorted shadows in the warp in the ancient past.
Duncan said thoughtfully: “I’ve been seeing him worried that the Lost Land will fall into the subspace again, and he thought it would be difficult to fall in…”
Goat Head: “You are worthy of the name of the moving natural disaster on the boundless sea…”
Duncan thought about it carefully after listening, and shook his head; “I really don’t feel…”
Speaking of which, it paused for a moment, then turned its head, staring directly at Duncan with empty, dark eyes: “Captain, you really haven’t been affected by anything over there? You really… don’t feel your head What is left in it?”
But Duncan finally opened his mouth. After all, it is about the subspace. Some things can only be avoided in the future when they are clear. Moreover, the goat’s head has little secret knowledge, and its knowledge may be of help: “I know you I’m in a hurry, but don’t be in a hurry, listen to me—I did close that door, but this time entering the subspace was an accident, and I just need to hear your opinion.”
It’s all flat reading, without any emotion, and it’s like muscle memory when you say a sentence.
“…Yes, what’s left after the drop,” the goat head said softly, “a little bit of insignificant residue, with a few tenacious colonies left on it.”
Duncan’s mood brightened.
“Using your words, there is a “horizon limit” here, and all information is in an unknowable and unobservable state, unless there is some truly omniscient and omnipotent great being who can instantly understand everything from the subspace to the deep sea to the All the secrets of the spiritual world and the dimension of reality, and push them back 10,000 years, to know what happened during the Great Annihilation—but even so, what’s the point?
After all, besides his “real name” and “origin”, he doesn’t have much to hide from the goat’s head, and the concealment of his real name and origin is not because of the secret. How important it is—purely because the stability of the Lost Home must be built on the “anchor” of “Captain Duncan”.
The goat’s head held back for a long time and sighed.
In addition to being happy, the feeling of depression brought about by exploring the “Broken Lost Homeland” and this dark space has also weakened a lot.
The goat’s head fell silent again, as if expecting and weighing something, but in the end, it raised its head slightly: “Do you think the boundless sea is vast? Do you think… our current real world is still narrow? “
Duncan pondered for a while ~IndoMTL.com~ with a serious face: “Shouldn’t you act more relaxed?”
“Loopholes in the mind, shaky beliefs, accurate sacrifices, all of these may lead to the infiltration of subspace power, but the exploration of ‘infiltrating, and entering like you…’ is a completely different concept. “
“No,” Duncan spread his hands, with a calm face, “do you think I look delirious? I’m pretty normal.” “Then we won’t discuss this issue,” Duncan said Waving his hand, he changed the subject directly, “What are these huge shadows I saw in the subspace? These complete lands, wreckage, and that pale Cyclops, what are they?”
Duncan was startled for a moment, then repeated in a deep voice: “The wreckage of the world?”
“It’s just the wreckage?” Duncan frowned, “This is not an answer, what kind of wreckage? Where did the wreckage come from? When did the wreckage come from? These…”
Duncan had to take a look at it: “You take it easy, don’t fall into the same problem as Alice.”
The goat’s head suddenly fell silent, and it took nearly half a minute before it spoke quickly: “…As you can see, it’s just a wreck.”