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DELTA - Distortion class

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DELTA - Distorted ambiance

DELTA is another inhabitant of the musical dimension known as the " Infrastella ", but unfortunately not a welcoming or a pleasant one. Information of her origins are unknown, but data analysis shows that she constructed that of a different matter then Celeste and is not classified under the same class as the celestrial beings. Information shows that 90% of her technology data frame is made up of that similar to a Distortion class interference. How such a interference was able to manifest itself into a different form remains unknown at this time.
Despite being a sound-scape interference it appears this distortion is able to control and harness the technology of the infrastella, similar to how " Celeste " is able to use technology rods to adapt to her surrounding and situation. While not being able to materialze technology as efficiantly, the distortions in-experience has become a disaster in itself as the weapons it is creating are large, powerful and are actually apart of the distortion itself. The distortion doesn't seem to have any actual arms and relies on the infrastella technology rods to act as prosthetic instead.

If the distortion continues to use the technology the way it is, dangerous things could end up happening to the musical dimension...
Its mission is unknown, its origins are unknown, this distortion has been filed under a new category of distortions - DELTA

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