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This note is found in the DLC, They Came From Below. It's in front of a dead robot holding onto a hat, soon after Roger has destroyed Faraday's three positronic converters and is on his way back to James.
"Good night sweet Prince. And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest."
— Roger's statement after picking up the note.

Transcript Edit

Message-ID: 9134932.23
From: Overseer_045
To: Dr_Faraday

Invader influx increasing. Perpetrator personnel pouring par portal. Defences desperately downgradinggggggggggggggggg

QUIT CYCLE
QUIT CYCLE

REBOOT
safe mode: true
elocution: 0.000009

SIGNIFY
shame
sorrow
regret
regret
regret
regret
regret

Trivia Edit

  • Roger's quote is a reference to William Shakespear's Hamlet, in which Horatio says "Now cracks a noble heart. — Good night, sweet prince, and flights of angels sing thee to thy rest!"
    • It roughly translates to: "Now a noble heart is breaking. — Good night sweet prince. May the angels sing you to sleep!"
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