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I'm sure you didn't have time to read the booklet you found, but it's really quite fascinating. I also was able to translate the book on the Whitewash program while you were gone. Would you like to read the books, or should I summarize them?
Very well. I'll keep both of the books archived here in Repository in case you ever want to read them for yourself. The official history of the Battalion is based on the idea that when the last tsar of Russia and his family were attacked by revolutionaries, the heir to the throne, Tsarevich Alexei, actually survived. The Battalion claims that they are the remnants of the White Army, the Russian army loyal to the tsar.
Pretty odd, huh? Now, the book about the Whitewash program has the actual history of the Battalion, and it's a completely different story. A more believable story.
Here's the short version. A Russian history professor went nuts and killed his family. He got sent to an asylum, and the doctor there was working for GlobalTech trying to create supersoldiers using psychological programming. I told you the Battalion is like a cult! They're brainwashed! Anyway, the guy, Michael Pavlovich, had a psychotic break and began believing that his doctor was a descendant of the last tsar of Russia. He was very convincing - so much so that his delusion has become a way of life for the White Crow.
Yes. And somehow Aro Sei has convinced them that she's a descendant of the tsar. I think you should take all this information back to Miller in Trader's Flat. He'll have a plan. I'm out of ideas.
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