|"You'll have to keep your word. You will return my students to where they belong. If you make any mistake……"
"Yes, I will keep my word. After all, you are……me."
Triton, born in Olympus, believes that order is good. Dagon, cut off from Canaan and fallen into the world of the Old Ones, drowns in chaos. They were different beings in different worlds, people who wouldn't have met otherwise. However, they once recognized each other's existence, and "fate" connected them. If they were to reach out to each other, to receive and entrust something, the world will expand beyond the "walls". And their wishes and memories are passed on. The wish that sank into the abyss will someday guide someone else. Lastly, let's mention something deeply related to both of them "being in the abyss and carrying the flood." In every world, there is a "box" that contains "taboos" that must not be opened. Thus, after opening the box and learning about the taboos, what happens is "a great flood that washes away the world's memories." Indeed, one of the purposes of the "great flood" is to "wash away the memories of the taboo." ･･････Dagon takes pleasure in breaking these taboos, while Triton is strict with them. The difference in their personalities is the difference in "whether or not they know the taboos of the world." Therefore, the connection of their memories is the key to overturning the common sense of the world and opening the door to the "Exceptions."