Vytrex just stares at Vanguard for a few more moments.
Vytrex: ...I told those idiots that I needed to go straight to the government officials, but no...
Vytrex puts his face in his hand and takes a breath. After a moment he then taps his hammer on the ground, causing an absolutely massive chunk of Rammount, filled with bugs, to crash down behind Vanguard. A hunk which he would find to be quite undeletable despite the fact that it even now radiates a dangerous and damaging energy.
Vytrex: Alright, then have your commander contact us when she can afford it. In the meantime, we'll begin returning the deleted data to Netopia. Have a nice day.
His point across, Vytrex turns and walks away, leaving the brick-wall of bugs behind.
Vanguard flinched as the pile of deleted rubble, complete with the bugs Vytrex said it would include, came crashing into the Net behind him. The already compromised structure of the building shook, and Vanguard turned to look at the massive amount of data Vytrex returned. He said that there was more to give back? It wasn't their fault so much got deleted at once - did anywhere else ever get this kind of treatment? Something didn't seem quite right here; since when did deleted data get handled and processed, anyways?
He sighed. There wasn't anything he could do now, and he doubted trying to destroy it would fix anything. He blasted his way through the pile, just trying to move it out of his way, so that he could get back to Mistair on the other side. Hopefully, she had already made her way out of the facility; this wall wasn't budging. His accuracy meant nothing to the data stream of a pile of garbage he couldn't destroy.
With everything considered, though, he was ready to be on his way. What he said wasn't a lie; he had agents in the field that needed his attention, and a new base of operations to set up and start work from to find the Cybeasts. If Vytrex decided to drop all of their deleted data here, at least, it wouldn't cause any issues elsewhere. He would've preferred if they just dropped it back into Rammount, but, that apparently wouldn't make sense.
He sent a quick message to Mistair, informing her that he was on his way to rendezvous with Thrash. After one last look at the foreboding wall of corroding, undeleted data, Vanguard exited the network, a lone pillar of purple fire sprouting from underneath him.