We

by

Yevgeny Zamyatin

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I-330 Character Analysis

I-330 is a female cipher and rebel involved with MEPHI. She frequents the Ancient House, where there is a secret elevator that leads to the world beyond the Green Wall and a commune of people living free of the One State’s authoritarian rule. I-330 is outwardly rebellious: she smokes cigarettes, drinks alcohol, wears old-fashioned dresses that accentuate her feminine features, and engages in intimate relationships not sanctioned by the government. I-330 strikes up a romance with D-503 that, at first, appears to be genuine. As We unfolds, however, it becomes increasingly apparent that I-330 is only manipulating D-503’s emotions to compromise his allegiance to the One State and gain control of the Integral, though the details of her exact motives are never explicitly revealed. D-503 becomes infatuated with I-330, but not without suffering immense moral strife: her opacity, or “X-ness,” frustrates him. To D-503, I-330 is like an irrational number in mathematics: she has no inherent solutions, and there is no end to the ways he can misread her emotions and intentions. D-503 hates I-330’s mysteriousness and irrationality, and he frequently describes her using sharp, malevolent imagery. Unlike D-503, for whom the notion of infinity and the unknown is a threat against predictability and happiness, I-330 embraces the aspects of the world that humans can’t know, taking comfort in the fact that humanity will witness an infinite number of revolutions. I-330 is so committed to personal freedom and revolution that, after D-503 turns her in to the Guardians, she refuses to betray MEPHI, even as she is tortured.

I-330 Quotes in We

The We quotes below are all either spoken by I-330 or refer to I-330. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one:
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). Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes below refer to the Modern Library edition of We published in 2006.
Record 2 Quotes

On days like these, you can see to the very blue depths of things, to their unknown surfaces, those marvelous expressions of mathematical equality—which exist in even the most usual and everyday objects.

Related Characters: D-503 (speaker), I-330
Related Symbols: Colors
Page Number: 5
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And I don’t know—perhaps it was somewhere in her eyes or eyebrows—there was a kind of strange and irritating X to her, and I couldn’t pin it down, couldn’t give it a numerical expression

Related Characters: D-503 (speaker), I-330, O-90
Related Symbols: The Variable X
Page Number: 8
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Record 4 Quotes

With particular pleasure, I listened to our contemporary music […]. Crystal chromatic degrees converging and diverging in infinite sequences and the summarizing chords of Taylor and Maclaurin formulae with a gait like Pythagorean pant-legs, so whole-toned and quadrilateral-heavy […]. What magnificence! What unwavering predictability! And how pitiful that whimsical music of the Ancients, delimited by nothing except wild fantasy.

Related Characters: D-503 (speaker), I-330
Page Number: 19
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Record 7 Quotes

Yes: I never went to the Guardians, no. But it’s not my fault that I’m sick.

Related Characters: D-503 (speaker), I-330, The Skinny Doctor
Page Number: 35
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Record 8 Quotes

“Oh come on—knowledge! This knowledge of yours is utter cowardice. Yes, that’s it—really. You just want to build a little wall around infinity—and you’re afraid to look behind it! Peek over it and you’ll have to squeeze your eyes shut—ha!”

Related Characters: R-13 (speaker), D-503, I-330, O-90
Page Number: 37
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Record 10 Quotes

There were two of me. One me was the former, D-503, cipher D-503, but the other one…Before, he only just managed to stick his shaggy paws out of my shell, but now he has crawled out whole, the shell is cracked open, now shattered into pieces and…and what next?

Related Characters: D-503 (speaker), I-330
Related Symbols: D-503’s Hairy Paws
Page Number: 50
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Record 13 Quotes

“I hate the fog. I am afraid of fog.”

“That means you love it. You’re afraid of it—because it is stronger than you. You hate it—because you are afraid of it. You love it—because you can’t conquer it yourself. You see, you can only love the unconquerable.”

Related Characters: D-503 (speaker), I-330 (speaker)
Page Number: 64
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Record 18 Quotes

Through the fog, I see: long glass tables; sphere-heads are chewing in time, slowly and silently. From a distance, through the fog, a metronome is tapping, and under the regular caress of this music, I count to fifty, mechanically, together with everyone: the fifty mandatory masticatory motions to each bite. I go downstairs, mechanically, on the beat, and I write my name down in the exit book, as everyone does. But I feel: I live separately from everyone else, alone, fenced in by a soft, sound-muffling wall, and behind this wall is my world…

Related Characters: D-503 (speaker), I-330
Page Number: 91
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Record 22 Quotes

What if today’s essentially irrelevant occurrence—what if all this is only the beginning , only the first meteorite in a whole series of rumbling, burning rocks, spilling through infinity toward our glass paradise?

Related Characters: D-503 (speaker), I-330
Page Number: 113
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Record 23 Quotes

With a ridiculous, muddled flood of words, I attempt to tell her that I am a crystal and that there is a door inside me and that I feel like a happy chair. But such nonsense comes out that I stop.

Related Characters: D-503 (speaker), I-330
Page Number: 115
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Record 27 Quotes

The sun…it wasn’t our sun, evenly distributed along the mirrored surfaces of the streets: it was live splinters and incessantly jumping dots, blinding your eyes and spinning your head. And the trees were like candles jutting right up into the sky; like spiders on gnarled paws squatting on the earth; like mute, green fountains…And everything is crawling, stirring, rustling, and a sort of rough, little tangle rushes up underfoot and I am riveted, I can’ take one step because it is not level under my feet—do you understand? It was not level but sort of repulsively soft, yielding, living, green, bouncy.

Related Characters: D-503 (speaker), I-330
Related Symbols: Colors
Page Number: 135-136
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In a blink, I am somewhere up high and underneath me are heads and heads, and gaping, screaming mouths, and arms pouring upward and then falling. This was exceptionally strange, intoxicating: I felt myself above everyone, I was myself, a separate thing, a world; I stopped being a component, as I had been, and I became the number one.

Related Characters: D-503 (speaker), I-330
Related Symbols: Colors
Page Number: 138
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Record 28 Quotes

“Who knows who you are…A person is a novel: you don’t know how it will end until the very last page. Otherwise, it wouldn’t be worth reading to the very end…”

Related Characters: I-330 (speaker), D-503, U
Page Number: 141
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Record 30 Quotes

“Well, which final revolution do you want then? There isn’t a final one. Revolutions are infinite. Final things are for children because infinity scares children and it is important that children sleep peacefully at night…”

Related Characters: I-330 (speaker), D-503
Page Number: 153
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Record 35 Quotes

“Because I…I was afraid, that if she was…that they would have…you would have…you would stop lov…Oh, I can’t—I couldn’t have!”

I understood: this was the truth. A ridiculous, funny, human truth!

Related Characters: D-503 (speaker), U (speaker), I-330
Page Number: 185
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Record 36 Quotes

If only I had a mother like the Ancients: my—yes, exactly—my own mother. She would know me as—not the Builder of the Integral, and not cipher D-503, and not a molecule of the One State—but simply a fragment of humanity, a fragment of herself, trampled, squashed, thrown away…”

Related Characters: D-503 (speaker), I-330, The Benefactor
Page Number: 189
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I-330 Character Timeline in We

The timeline below shows where the character I-330 appears in We. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Record 2
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...has “a strange and irritating X to her.” D-503 reads the badge of her uniform: I-330. (full context)
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D-503 notes how sharp and angular I-330 is compared to O-90. He sees that she has sharp, white teeth. He also notes... (full context)
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...Tower bell strikes 17:00, and the Personal Hour is over. Before the foursome parts ways, I-330 tells D-503 to drop by Auditorium 112 the day after tomorrow. He protests that he... (full context)
Record 3
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...the One State. D-503 recalls that he’s seen the S-shaped man he saw earlier with I-330 around the Bureau of Guardians, insinuating that this man is one of the Guardians. The... (full context)
Record 4
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...of “a strange form of epilepsy.” On stage, the curtains part to reveal a piano. I-330, dressed in a tight black dress, walks up to the instrument and plays some of... (full context)
Record 6
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...greeted him during the Personal Hour that day when he received a phone call from I-330, inviting him to the Ancient House. He doesn’t want to go with D-503, and yet—or... (full context)
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D-503 and I-330 arrive at the Ancient House and an old, wrinkled woman greets them. It appears that... (full context)
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...candelabra, and a Buddha statue. The room appears disorganized to D-503, and he’s uncomfortable, though I-330 loves the room—she says it’s her favorite one in the Ancient House. They venture further... (full context)
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I-330 asks D-503 what he’d do if she asked him to stay in the Ancient House... (full context)
Record 7
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That night, D-503 dreams about his afternoon at the Ancient House with I-330. He wakes to bluish light and the glass fixtures of his transparent apartment, which is... (full context)
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...brilliant” Ancient figure. After breakfast, D-503 thinks about his earlier dream. He’s glad he refused I-330 yesterday. (full context)
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...a Guardian. D-503 confesses to S-4711 that he was at the Ancient House yesterday with I-330, but he finds that he can’t turn in I-330 for staying after the Personal Hour. (full context)
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D-503 anguishes over his inability to report I-330 to the Bureau of Guardians. He resigns to do so after 16:00. At 16:10 he... (full context)
Record 8
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...as a coping mechanism to deny the existence of irrationality—to justify his inability to report I-330 to the Bureau of Guardians. (full context)
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...but D-503 sees that there is a joylessness in his eyes, which reminds him of I-330. It’s time for O-90 and R-13’s Sex Day activities, so D-503 leaves, noting that there... (full context)
Record 10
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...that she’s read and approved on behalf of the One State. The letter says that I-330 has registered him as a sex partner, and that he is to meet her at... (full context)
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It’s almost 21:00 and D-503 is heading to meet I-330 anyway. He arrives and gives her the pink ticket. D-503 expresses frustration at not being... (full context)
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...his own body, as though he were glass: “There were two of me,” he explains. I-330 approaches D-503 and kisses him, slipping the liqueur into his mouth. The “other” D-503 jumps... (full context)
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This makes D-503 think about his night with I-330. He asks R-13 if he’s ever tried nicotine or alcohol. D-503 can read the concern... (full context)
Record 13
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...cloudy and white. He returns home before leaving for his required physical labor session, and I-330 calls him on the phone, insisting that he come to her. D-503 goes to meet... (full context)
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D-503 and I-330 walk together to the Bureau of Medicine, where they meet a very thin doctor with... (full context)
Record 14
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The next day, D-503 writes about what happened after he returned from his incident with I-330: O-90 comes over, as planned, and senses something is wrong with him. He tells her... (full context)
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...unable to have sex, which upsets O-90, who immediately leaves. D-503 anguishes alone, noting how I-330 has taken away both R and O from him. Despite this, he seems to know... (full context)
Record 15
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D-503’s thoughts shift suddenly to I-330 and her mysterious disappearance at the Ancient House yesterday. The Second Builder interrupts him by... (full context)
Record 16
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Several days have passed since D-503’s last entry. He’s lovesick over I-330 and can’t stop thinking about her disappearance in the Ancient House. He’s only seen her... (full context)
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That evening, I-330 has a pink ticket for D-503. Excitedly, he waits in his room for her, but... (full context)
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D-503 can no longer bear I-330’s absence, so he calls her, but he hangs up the phone before he can speak... (full context)
Record 17
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...a kiss, though he is ashamed to admit so. Once inside, D-503 calls out for I-330, but she is nowhere to be seen. As he heads upstairs to the apartment they... (full context)
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...He walks toward voices he hears and runs into the skinny doctor. The doctor brings I-330 to him and D-503 is elated. He tells her he couldn’t stand her absence any... (full context)
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D-503 regains consciousness in the Ancient House. I-330 is still with him and implies she wants to see him at 16:00 tomorrow. In... (full context)
Record 18
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...about a dream he had yesterday in which he was in the Ancient House with I-330. She took off her dress and he followed her into the closet. The dream scared... (full context)
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...building and U hands him a letter. D-503 is excited because he thinks it’s from I-330, but it’s actually from O-90. (full context)
Record 19
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D-503 recalls how I-330 told him to meet her the day after tomorrow—it is now that day. Before meeting... (full context)
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At 16:00, D-503 goes to his building and U tells him I-330 requests his presence. On her pink ticket are instructions to lower his blinds—even though I-330... (full context)
Record 21
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D-503 writes that I-330 was assigned to see him yesterday and, again, left a confusing note on her pink... (full context)
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...empty. He looks around and tries to find the secret corridor he walked down with I-330, but it’s nowhere to be found. (full context)
Record 22
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...the boy. As the guards accost her, D-503 is suddenly certain that the woman is I-330. Instinctually, he throws himself at the guards to protect her, only then realizing the woman... (full context)
Record 23
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Later, D-503 is in his room with I-330. He holds her knees and imagines himself melting into her: “Because she is not she,... (full context)
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D-503 asks why I-330 has repeatedly failed to see him, and she tells him she needed to “test” his... (full context)
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I-330 begins to speak: “Maybe, on that day,” but stops herself. Her eyes become unreadable to... (full context)
Record 24
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I-330’s mixed signals and opacity make D-503 feel like an overworked machine. The holiday—the Day of... (full context)
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...his record, he sees a woman undressing in an adjacent apartment. His thoughts turn to I-330’s cryptic utterance, “one last thing,” but any doubts he has are quickly replaced by feelings... (full context)
Record 25
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...Vote: he and the other ciphers sing the Hymn together before voting. He’s forgotten about I-330’s cryptic remarks yesterday. The Benefactor emerges out of the clear, blue sky and the ciphers... (full context)
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...then asks who opposes the Benefactor. Normally, nobody raises their hands, but today, thousands do—including I-330. Suddenly, the scene turns chaotic: screams break out, and Guardians rush in. (full context)
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...a projection screen, here hands placed protectively across her stomach. Suddenly, D-503 sees R-13 holding I-330 in his arms. Her unif is ripped and she is covered in blood. D-503 runs... (full context)
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...all-powerful One State is beginning to dissolve. He shifts his narrative to his interaction with I-330 after R-13 left them alone: sitting on a bench, bleeding, I-330 tells D-503 that tomorrow... (full context)
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I-330 tells D-503 she will take him back beyond the wall tomorrow if “nothing in particular”... (full context)
Record 27
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...waits in the secret corridors beneath the Ancient House. 16:00 has come and gone, and I-330 has yet to arrive.  Suddenly, she appears  behind him. He is overcome with joy and... (full context)
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...initially, he imagines that the rebels blew up the Green Wall while he waited for I-330 in the corridor, but she says they have not. In fact, she says, they are... (full context)
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I-330 leaves D-503, and he is alone. Suddenly, he sees her above the crowd, perched upon... (full context)
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The crowd places D-503 on the rock next to I-330. They both drink from a wooden cup. D-503 sees the words MEPHI inscribed on the... (full context)
Record 28
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D-503 is trying to write, but he hears I-330 and U arguing outside his apartment. I-330 bursts in and accuses U of trying to... (full context)
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I-330 tells D-503 that the One State’s auditoriums were shut down today and that she saw... (full context)
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I-330 grabs D-503’s hairy hands and tells him that people on the outside have had relationships... (full context)
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I-330 is interrupted when the doctor appears at the door to warn them that the Guardians—including... (full context)
Record 29
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D-503 walks toward the Ancient House, as I-330 told him she wanted to meet in the apartment. He spots O-90 behind him. O-90... (full context)
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D-503 comes up with a plan to save O-90 and her baby—with the help of I-330. O-90 refuses to accept the help of “that woman” and walks away. D-503 walks toward... (full context)
Record 30
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D-503 writes about his conversation with I-330 in the Ancient House the day before, as he believes its contents is valuable to... (full context)
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D-503 tells I-330 that she is describing a revolution—something he knows is impossible, as the One State’s revolution... (full context)
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After I-330 leaves, D-503 walks past an auditorium and sees tables covered in white glass with blood... (full context)
Record 31
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D-503 calls I-330 and tells her about the Gazette’s statement. She tells him to come by her place... (full context)
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...room, where U is sitting at his desk. He forgives her for her outburst about I-330 the other day. U tells D-503 how happy she is that he will soon be... (full context)
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U leaves and D-503 heads over to I-330’s place. He goes to her and hugs her knees. A storm rages outside. I-330 says... (full context)
Record 32
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...D-503’s offer to sneak her across the Green Wall—even if such a plot must involve I-330. Suddenly, D-503 sees S behind him and realizes he won’t be able to bring O-90... (full context)
Record 34
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...minutes away from making the decision to betray the One State. He doesn’t know if I-330 is there yet. He hears an explosion as the Integral takes off. As the aircraft... (full context)
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...rock” to the ground. 12:00 draws closer, and D-503 compares himself to the rock and I-330 to the Earth: “I was a rock flung by someone, and this rock absolutely had... (full context)
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...loyalists intervene before D-503 and MEPHI can make the move to steal the Integral. Angrily, I-330 asks D-503 if he betrayed her. He insists he did not. Later on, D-503 remembers... (full context)
Record 35
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...wrapped in a steel band. Furious with U for informing the authorities of his and I-330’s plans, D-503 resolves to murder her to show I-330 that she was the one that... (full context)
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...immediately. U admits that it was she who reported MEPHI, though she didn’t give them I-330’s name, seemingly because she thought it would make D-503 stop loving her, though she has... (full context)
Record 36
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...an “executioner.” D-503 agrees. The Benefactor condemns D-503’s actions and suggests to him that MEPHI—and I-330—were only interested in him because he was the Builder of the Integral and would be... (full context)
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...and tells him that the Green Wall has been breached. D-503 demands to know where I-330 is, but the man responds incoherently. Stating “She is here, in the city, activated. Oh... (full context)
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D-503 runs to I-330’s building. He waits outside her apartment but doesn’t see her. He looks through the glass... (full context)
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When D-503 wakes up, it’s daytime and I-330 is sitting at his desk, smirking. He is overjoyed to see her, as he thought... (full context)
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...Later that day, D-503 sits with the Benefactor in the Gas Room. They bring in I-330 and she is subjected to the Bell Jar. The authorities pump air out of the... (full context)