|Lexicon (Scenesys ID: 998)|
|"If you're sight-seeing or looking for information, I'll be glad to help. But if you're out to cause trouble, I'll just break every freakin' bone in your body."|
|Theme:||(OC) Realm Operation Memories-1|
|Function:||Drive Core Controller|
|Physical Age:||14||Actual Age:||Unknown|
|Still Aging?||No||Voice Actor:||Wendee Lee/Kana Asumi|
|Hair Color:||Brown||Eye Color:||Blue|
|Theme Song:||Britannica DCC and DCC Candidate playlist|
Hailing from a world that exists inside an unknown computer mainframe known only as The System, specifically the Silver City of Knowledge, Britannica. Lexicon acts as the ruler of her city, one of the Drives that make up the mainframe itself, carrying the title of Drive Core Controller. Her duties are many: Representative, leader, guardian. Quiet and thoughtful, with a sharp mind, Lexicon puts consideration into all options before selecting what she feels is the most beneficial for her people. While she speaks softly, it's often thought that she's simply tired from all the work she does for the good of Britannica. In battle, her quick wits come to the surface, though can easily be overpowered by a legendary temper attached to the shortest fuse in The System. While provoking Lexicon's rage is an easy way to get her to abandon even the most thought-out plan, her power to channel Britannica's will and transform into Silver Soul means one is drawing the ire of a digital freight train in the shape of a young woman carrying an enormous plasma axe.
Digital Being: Lexicon is not human. She is stronger and more durable due to her status as a DCC. When struck by weapons, she does not bleed, and instead sheds off damaged data in the form of pixels, polygons, or sparks of light. She has no bones to break and no internal organs. Her durability is tied to her internal stock of system resources and she can keep going right up until they run out. Pushing herself too hard risks a cascade failure and deletion. She does grow tired as her stock of resources dwindles, and she can be affected by things like poisons or viral infections.
Hyper Divinity Driver: Also known as Digital Divinity, Lexicon can activate a super form called Silver Soul. This form amplifies all of her natural abilities to superhuman levels, with a focus on endurance and physical strength. Activating Silver Soul alters Lexicon's appearance and allows her to equip Processors. In addition to this, she gains the ability to fly. Within the System or any of its Drives, Lexicon can activate the HDD at any time and maintain the form as long as she wishes. Outside of the System, however, she requires a System Relay to provide the steady stream of System Resources needed to maintain the transformation. (PL 28->34)
Mighty Glacier: Lexicon has a Natural Affinity for Ice. She uses system resources to apply ice effects to various special attacks. In the System, a Natural Affinity has no associated elemental weakness. Lexicon can change this Affinity in Digital Divinity by mounting different Processor parts, but these "unnatural" affinities (Ice>Fire>Wind>Electric and Dark<>Light) come with the corresponding elemental weakness.
Index and Codex: Lexicon's little sisters. Twins spawned from her source code in the same fashion she was created. As twins, they share the same amount of magical power. Index is loud, outgoing, and favors warm colors. Codex is quiet, timid, and favors cool colors. Both can be quite mischievous little pranksters. (PL 22 separately, 28 together)
- Index specializes in elemental attack spells and is equally skilled in Fire, Lightning, Wind, Dark, and Light. She shares Lexicon's Ice affinity and her Ice spells are somewhat stronger.
- Codex shares Index's attack spell affinities but is less capable offensively as she focuses on support magic. This includes healing, removal of status effects, and spells to reinforce physical and magical defense. She is quite good at barriers.
Britannica: The Silver City of Knowledge, The System's oldest still-functional Drive. Britannica is the source of Lexicon's System Resources and thus the source of the majority of her powers as a DCC. Many of her decisions are made in the context of protecting or improving Britannica in some way, which in turn also benefits her. Lexicon regularly fights with other DCCs for control over System for this reason. In the center of Britannica is the Cathoderal which serves as a temple to Silver Soul as well as Lexicon's home.
Stylono: Lexicon's trusted Oracle, Stylono, who serves as her friend and advisor. Stylono is also well-read on the history of The System and can recite many older legends from all over the mainframe. In addition to her duties as a priestess, she sees to the education of Index and Codex and acts as their caretaker.
Digital Inventory <Consent>: Lexicon possesses a personal inventory which can store anything she could reasonably fit into a purse or backpack. This is done by converting the object into a code string and storing the code string rather than the object itself, re-manifesting it in a digitized flicker of System Resources. This can only be done to inanimate objects, such as her weapons. Items collected this way cannot be duplicated, though she's pragmatic enough to carry a spare or two if possible.
Legendary Temper <Trouble>: Normally, Lexicon is an observant fighter and thoughtful ruler, able to notice things many others tend to overlook and formulate plans around suspected weaknesses. She also has an incredibly short temper and several very clear soft spots in her emotional defenses. It's relatively easy to push her into a rage and this completely changes her approach to battle from that of a tactician into a berserker. This makes her very predictable for those who can successfully provoke her, makes it easy to lure her away from comrades or objectives, and has landed Lexicon in hot water on more than one occasion. In political situations it's caused her to completely shut down attempts at diplomacy or even throw out entire delegations. Often literally.
Push the Button <Significant>: Or, how to set off Lexicon's temper. She has various insecurities and embarrassing hobbies. She is an amateur writer who is embarrassed by how her work is unpopular (being mostly trashy B-rank romance novels), she has body image issues and develops a strong dislike for those who flaunt their appearance, she hates being thought of as a child, she does not deal with criticism very well in any context, and she absolutely does not tolerate insults to her own intelligence. Lexicon also dislikes even the perception of being talked down to, which is easy to do even on accident due to her diminutive height. She also considers insults directed to Britannica as attacks directed at her, as she is quite proud of how the Drive has developed under her leadership and protection, which also means she's annoyed by jabs at her quality as a DCC. Push multiple buttons at once to score a super combo bonus.
Resource-Reliant <Significant>: Lexicon cannot activate her Hyper Divinity Driver outside of The System in normal circumstances, simply due to not having the Resources to do so. Only by dropping a System Relay does Lexicon get access to the Resources needed to transform, and the crafty foe can just as easily target the Relay instead of Lexicon to eliminate this advantage.
Source of Power <Significant>: As the Silver City of Knowledge is Lexicon's direct source of System Resources, attacking the country itself is one way to cut her off from her power. This is especially effective if one targets the infrastructure in efforts to prevent Britannica from producing its own resources, which translates directly into Lexicon having less power at her own disposal. Even if the Drive is not actually damaged, threatening it is a reliable way to get Lexicon to abandon whatever she's doing and rush to its defense. If the threat is severe enough, she will even retreat when enraged.
Gone Viral <Minor>: Most things would consider Lexicon to be human, including regular medicine, poisons, disease, and magic. As a digital being she is also innately vulnerable to Virus status. A computer virus tailored the right way can affect her, decreasing her battle power or preventing her from activating her Hyper Divinity Driver until her body can eliminate the malware. This also puts her at a disadvantage against The System's nastier viral monsters.
|Gentle Days Vanish One By One||November 20th, 2018||Wherein our intrepid heroes follow the strange hallucinations and save a holy guardian beast.|
|Dogged Finale||October 28th, 2018|| The fleet and its allies finally corner Dogger Bank, and bring the fight to her.
After an intense and bitter struggle...
|Dogged Engagement||October 21st, 2018|| It's time for the final battle. But first a path must be cleared to get to the Mistress of Deception, Dogger Bank.
A single group of Abyssals stand between the Hikari fleet and their goal, thanks to efforts of local military forces.
|Dogged Betrayal||September 24th, 2018|| Yuudachi has been kidnapped and converted to the Abyssal's side.
At least that's what it appears to be.
|Dogged Escape||September 9th, 2018|| Lexicon sets off a chain reaction that will blow a massive hole in the fortress, and cripple it for future assaults.
Unfortunately, an old enemy of the Hikari Fleet returns, one of Samar's old lieutenants, Leyte.
|Dogged Execution||September 2nd, 2018||A group of Elites infiltrate the Dogger Bank Leviathan Base in an attempt at crippling the fortress's ability to defend itself from future assaults by destroying or crippling key defensive systems such as ammo storage.|
|Operation Dogged Pursuit||August 26th, 2018||A massive signature is detected heading straight for a coastal town. A group of Elites muster to infiltrate and either stop, or divert the fortress.|
|Liberty Bell||June 24th, 2018||Theurgus questions the mysterious child Bell directly.|
|Ringing the Bell||June 17th, 2018||The child found during Seeker's raid in Locus is questioned by various Concord agents.|
|MISC: Seeker||June 10th, 2018||The mystical Viral criminal Seeker has been sighted in Locus. Various news feeds are already blowing her presence out of proportion on supposition of what she is after in the City of Magic.|
|Tour of Ga-rei Tokyo||May 31st, 2018||Yomi shows Lexicon a little of her Tokyo.|
|MISC: Blaster||May 19th, 2018|| The mechanized virus criminal, Blaster, has been sighted in Vector. News vlogs supposit his intentions, with most seeming to agree that he's planning some kind of robbery.
One in particular focuses on a single photo of him with a blonde program in a white bodysuit, with multiple tabloid-like theories as to who the mystery girl is. An inside contact or informant (Treachary in Vector?!)? A friend (which is immediately dismissed, after all, this is a virus we're talking about)? A kidnapping victim (Could the Four Felons sink even lower!?)? A new Drive Core Controller (Why is she not immediately killing the crap out of a virus?) and many more.
What could the Magikon Interdrive Syndicate of Crime be up to this time?
|MDCC: Vector||March 27th, 2018||Social scene set in Vector. Meet the local Drive Core Controller, Struo, and her sister Conati.|
|MDCC: Stunning Sapphire||March 27th, 2018||Assist the Gallery Drive Core Controller, Artifex, against the corrupted virus Leviathan.|
|MDCC: Gallery||March 26th, 2018||Social scene set in the Sapphire City of Art, Gallery, featuring the resident Drive Core Controller-- Artifex.|
|Shadow Boxing||March 22nd, 2018||A spate of disappearances, lead to an entire legion of the LDF being corrupted by a Trojan Horse virus.|
|MDCC: Orderly Onyx||March 16th, 2018|| Enter the Onyx Drive and assist the local DCC against the viral monster Omega Panzer.
Meet Struo, Conati, and the city of Vector
|MDCC: Enigmatic Emerald||February 27th, 2018|| Enter the Emerald Drive and assist the local DCC against the viral monster Barbarossa.
Meet Alea and the city of Arcade.
Part 2 of a series of one-shot scenes to introduce more of the setting of the Realm Operation Memory setting.
|MDCC: Arcade||February 26th, 2018||Social scene set in the Emerald City of Adventure, Arcade, featuring the resident Drive Core Controller-- Alea.|
|MDCC: Alert Amethyst||February 14th, 2018|| Enter the Amethyst Drive and assist the local DCC against the viral tyrant lizard, Cacophodon.
Meet Saltavi, Cantio, and the city of Cadenza.
Part 1 of a series of scenes to help introduce the ROM theme.
|MDCC: Cadenza||February 13th, 2018||Social scene in the Amethyst City of Songs. Meeting Saltavi, Cantio, and the city of Cadenza.|
|System Tower re:BOOT||January 25th, 2018||A new drive connects to the System Hub. Conclusion of the System Tower arc.|
|Winterland Visit||January 17th, 2018||Yomi visits a recovering Lexicon, and they discuss recent events|
|System Tower re:DIVINE||January 15th, 2018||A labyrinth is created out of the connection between Artifex and the remains of the Sapphire Drive. But how can this defeat the infected DCC?|
|System Tower re:DEVIL||January 13th, 2018||A group breaks into the sealed System Tower to confront Artifex|
|System Tower re:APPEAR||January 11th, 2018||The true nature of the System Tower, and the person behind it, is revealed.|
|Home for Christmas||December 7th, 2017||A certain resident of Britannica has called a social gathering to her shop. Lexicon, wishing to support a reformed virus, has passed the invitations out across the Multiverse.|
|System Tower: Floor 88||November 15th, 2017||The Tower returns to Locus, once more sporting one of the strange 'equipment artifacts'. The group meet an old 'friend', and fight his 'sister'.|
|Sacred Eyes Show You The Pain||November 9th, 2017||Yomi's friends are called to a house where something suspicious is going on. What could possibly go wrong?|
|System Tower - Floor 85: Five More Hours at Patty's||October 25th, 2017||Monsters roam these halls but they're not robots|
|Locus Learning||September 27th, 2017||Theurgus invites Index and Codex to come train some magic against some really weak monsters.|
|Perfectly Symmetrical Violence||September 13th, 2017||Yomi calls for help after encountering a youkai that can match her move for move.|
|System Tower, Floor 80||August 16th, 2017||The Tower returns to Britannica, feeding on the Drive's resources like a malevolent black parasite.|
|System Tower: Floor 70||June 21st, 2017||The Tower makes its return to Britannica. This time, there is no puzzle. What, Wild Wolf is evolving..!|
|Britannica Staycation 2: The Staycationing||May 20th, 2017||A continuation of the previous Britannica Staycation scene. Sanae asks Stylono and Theurgus some questions about the System's history.|
|=System Tower: Floor 67||May 3rd, 2017|| Another floor of the Tower has appeared, this time in the Diamond Drive of Locus.
A very Shooty floor, full of bullets, grazing and Power Ups ensues.
A mysterious figurine of the local craft is received as a reward. What could this all mean?
|Britannica Staycation||April 26th, 2017||Sanae and Theurgus drop by the Silver Cathoderal to chat with Lexicon's twin little sisters.|
|PETA: The Animist Chambers||April 25th, 2017||Paladins, Watch, and League descend on the Animist Chambers, a historic building with a rather dark present...|
|System Tower Researcher||April 19th, 2017||The System Tower's latest appearance is being dealt with by a different Drive Core Controller and her assisting programs, and the Tower has sealed itself while the Floor is being navigated. This does not mean there is nothing to do.|
|System Tower, Floor 62||April 2nd, 2017|| The System Tower has arrived in Locus.
The DCC's assistant puts out a call for help.
What will our heroes do when confronted by a pair of lizard things trying to fix a magical AA gun to stop a falling wall of exploding orbs?
Find out in The System Tower, Floor 62, Bubble Trouble!
|System Tower, Floor 59 - Another 5 Hours at Patty's||March 18th, 2017||The System Tower returns to Britannica to cause trouble in the Drive. There's something eerie about it this time, and possibly familiar...|
|The Diamond Drive||March 5th, 2017||The introduction of the reconnected Diamond Drive|
|System Tower, Floor 55 - Bodybuilder Parade||February 16th, 2017||The Tower has returned to Britannica, sapping system resources and generally being a nuisance.|
|Christmas Party||January 20th, 2017||Christmas hosts a party to celebrate her success since escaping the System Tower.|
|System Tower, Floor 44: Saving Christmas||December 15th, 2016||The System Tower returns to Britannica in time for Christmas.|
|System Tower, Floor 40||November 17th, 2016||The tower dungeon returns to Britannica.|
|System Tower Floor 31: 5 Hours At Patty's||October 20th, 2016||The System Tower returns to Britannica with a super creepy floor, just in time for Halloween.|
|The Way of the Everlasting Dragon||September 14th, 2016||The mendicant warrior-ascetics of the cult of the Everlasting Dragons show up on Anor Londo's doorstep. A disaster is narrowly averted when a dragon-ish idol shows up to demand a stage performance instead.|
|The System Tower||September 8th, 2016||The System Tower is located in Britannica. The lure of treasures and knowledge of Drives long past is bound to draw dungeon crawlers from all over the System-- And Beyond.|
|S.O.S. In The Snow||August 10th, 2016||A small distance from Dun Realtai, out in the Tundra, a sudden explosion sends ripples through reality itself as something large apparently displaces itself into the area and then crashes down. An S.O.S. signal broadcasts, signed Chaldea Security Organization.|
|Quest: Great Poochooze||July 14th, 2016||Poochooze are low-level viruses, most people can take care of them. This one isn't. Most people can't. Find it in the Duty Space and eliminate it.|
|Ye Olde Chase Scene||July 2nd, 2016||Rescuing Athela and her courier from pursuing Team Golem cultists.|
|Gunbreak Malvader Nest||June 24th, 2016||The Gunbreak Cavern has been overrun by Malvader-type viruses. Lexicon tasks adventurers with clearing it out.|
|Getting the Ley of the Land||June 16th, 2016||Something bad is happening near Lazlo.|
|Enter the System||June 3rd, 2016||A new world connects to the Cyber Core via a bullet train. What lies on the other side?|
|Delver (Lexicon)||January 21st, 2018||The cave-exploring Delver encounters a familiar face|
|Dream (Lexicon)||January 16th, 2018||An unknown party awakens from a nightmare|
|Too Young (Lexicon)||January 10th, 2018||Lexicon's little sisters hatch a plan about the System Tower crisis|
|Ping-Link (Lexicon)||December 23rd, 2017||Conati, candidate DCC of Vector, reaches out to her fellow candidate Cantio about a strange issue with Drive resources.|
|Perspective (Lexicon)||January 11th, 2017||An agent for the Paladins seeks out the child-like guardian of Britannica.|
|What (not) to do with a Virus||December 15th, 2016||After clearing the System Tower floor 44, Lexicon finds something to do with Christmas|
|System Recovery (Lexicon)||December 12th, 2016||Following a multiverse-wide disaster, the System's DCCs hold an impromptu meeting|
The representative guardian of Britannica, the Silver City of Knowledge. Strong, confident, she is seen by the inhabitants of Britannica as a representative of the Drive's will. Many treat her like a resident goddess and some even refer to her as such, though she prefers her title as DCC. The Cathoderal in the center of the Drive is seen as a place of worship, dedicated to her.
It should be noted that while many of the programs that live in Britannica see Silver Soul as their patron spirit, a great deal of them don't really know much about her and, as a result, have formed their own idealized opinions of the kind of person she is. This makes it hard for some to accept the real deal as authentic when their kind-hearted, empathetic protector turns out to be a foul-mouthed hothead.
Many programs in Britannica don't even realize Lexicon is Silver Soul, treating the two as entirely different entities. This extends to external delegates, though other DCCs are aware of her identity and despite impressions, she makes no actual secret of her alter-ego, considering Silver Soul to merely be a part of herself.