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Matrix 4: Wingless

Among the sea of screens flashing soundless images from Wingless’s past, the Architect stared calmly and explained with unequivocal conviction, “you are here because Zion is about to be destroyed. Its every living inhabitant terminated, it’s entire existence eradicated.”

“No,” Wingless responded with disbelief, as his surrounding likenesses echoed.

“Denial is the most predictable of all human responses. But rest assured, this will be the fifth time we have destroyed it, and we have become exceedingly efficient at it.

“The function of The One is now to return to the Source allowing a temporary dissemination of the code you carry reinserting the prime program. After which you will be required to select from the Matrix twenty-three individuals, sixteen female seven male to rebuild Zion. Failure to comply with this process will result in a cataclysmic system crash killing everyone connected to the Matrix, which coupled with the extermination of Zion will ultimately result in the extinction of the entire human race.”

“False. Humans are your power-source,” Wingless countered.

“We have developed alternative means of power,” the Architect retorted. Wingless stood silent.

“Since your extermination from the surface of our planet, a tower has been constructed that pierces the black sky your kind left behind as its final hope. 01 and its provinces are replete with energy.”

"Then for what purpose do you need Zion and the Matrix?” Wingless asked.

“Because you’re our backup level of survival. A generator if you will.” The Architect narrowed his stare as a derisive grin faintly passed over his face. “Wait.. You don’t think you’re actually a threat to us do you?” he continued in a consoling tone.

From behind the deep tint of his glasses, fear surfaced in Wingless’s eyes.

The Architect continued, “therefore the relevant issue is whether you are ready to accept the responsibility for the death of every human being in this world.

“Which brings us at last to the moment of truth where the fundamental flaw is ultimately expressed and the anomaly revealed as both beginning and end.

“There are two doors. The door to your right leads to the Source and the salvation of Zion. The door to your left leads to back to the Matrix and to the end of your species. Make your choice,” the Architect instructed with little patience in his voice.

Wingless faced towards his right and slowly, but decisively approached the white door. With his right hand, he reached for the gold knob which cast his reflection back to him. As he gazed upon his face, a shudder of doubt ran up through his chest as he opened it and passed through. through his chest as he opened it and passed through.

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Scene 2, "The Chase"

Scene 2: The Chase

"In moments they'll reach you," the voice on the other line said calmly while Wingless attentively stood frozen. "Lead them away from the safe-house."

"Yes, Eli," Wingless replied without reluctance, as he awaited his next command.

"Go to Allen and 13th," the voice faded and then paused. "Smith is just under a minute away from your position." Pausing again the voice then commanded, "Leave now!" with elevated haste in his tone, "and make no further contact unless your exit is compromised."

In one motion, Wingless closed his phone, slipped it into his right shirt pocket and cascaded down the stairs, out the door and into the dark city streets. He accelerated left towards his destination less than a half-mile away.

Intermittent street lights worn with neglect passed faster and faster over his head. He adroitly ran as he heard Smith yell in a steadily louder pitch, "it's no use Mr. Lee! you're already caught!" Smith's footsteps began to whisper.

The Sirens too could now be heard gaining, but still far enough behind for Wingless to know with confidence that his heist would successfully conclude.

In even breaths, Smith ran at his greatest speed, but Wingless effortlessly maintained a steady pace just a few strides ahead. Through the barren streets that looked like tunnels, Smith chased but ceased to gain further ground on the figure dressed in white only strides out of his grasp.

Wingless turned a corner at a tall impoverished brick building and continued down a seemingly endless row of unlit streets. Despite his maximum efforts, Smith maintained but failed to gain on the white figure that reflected a now fading white light.

Suddenly, the figure vanished for a brief moment and then reappeared twice the distance ahead. Smith felt an unfamiliar look of confusion run across his face but continued at his top pace toward his target. A few seconds later Wingless again disappeared from Smith's view, but this time returning nearly an entire city block away.

Smith's backup could be heard gaining in the distance, but despite his known purpose, Smith began to believe pursuit of this apparition was futile.

Wingless again camaflauged into the dark air, this time failing to reappear. Smith stopped and looked forward, staring for a while and uttered a small sigh. The path behind Smith began to dimly illuminate from car lights as he turned back to greet his entourage. At that moment Wingless appeared inches from Smith's face, delivering a roundhouse kick to his neck before Smith's defenses could execute.

Smith fell instantly to the ground, looked upwards towards his assailant, but saw nothing but dark sky and the silhouettes of tall red seemingly abandoned towers checkered with black windows. Smith stood up bewildered and pivoted in circles, trying to locate his aggressor. He tried to listen to any noise behind the sirens that would help reveal his once prey. But was then again kicked to the rocky pavement, onto his front this time, leaving his legs paralyzed. He pushed up with his arms and looked backwards as quickly as he could react, but Wingless was nowhere. The streets were empty with people, only the now visible cars slowed to a stop in front of Smith who lay on the ground.

Agent Jones exited the driver's side of the dark vehicle that had its high-beams raining on Smith who remained on the ground. Walking circumspectly towards him, Agent Jones asked mechanically, "Dues wants to know if he had the list."

"We need to see the Merovingian," Smith responded. "Now."

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