The moment you reading this, the ending act must already be played. For so much knowledge you taught me, I have always kept it in me. This world, a layer of soil laid on a sphere, has its boundaries; we crawl until we can walk, our bodies were initially different; the twinklers beyond are just like the world underneath, are arks sailing in heaven. Kal’tsit, I remembered these words of yours all the time. You mentioned once that you were seeking the answer of ourselves more than the motive of our behaviours. For so many times, you asked of the plans I have for this landship, of the reason I commit this very much into it. I didn’t give it to you until the end, as it really is a naive one after all. Kal’tsit, I can sense your loneliness. You might be convinced that you are the last of your species. Kal’tsit, you shall have my answer at very last: I hope the Rhodes can be a place you name home, an Island you may always return to. I had thought about witnessing the future with you together. However, there is no cure for loneliness; there is no end to the wandering journey. No one shall deceive death in the end. I have no complaint about this ending just as I already planned and did my best. The mission of Babel ends here; however, every one of you and this landship’s journey has just begun. Now go, unto your initial grand quest. Through the grim perils of the longest night, Rhodes Island shall breach into the promised dawn. The bright future of voyaging on the land belongs to all of you. Kal’tsit, I am indeed not one of yours, neither can I resolve your doubts. But Kal’tsit, I used to, and from now unto forever, will always by your side.
[Personal translation based on the text translated from Japanese]