He paused a moment, looking out into the Network, as if he detected something. The true Sigmas were able to detect one another, and he realized that he could detect his signature here. With the emotional calm coming from Gamma, however, the Moon Disaster decided that it wasn't much of a concern.
Still, it was his position to shine light on matters that demanded higher attention than most, and to act as a bulwark to defend the darker reaches from its most devastating threats. This was unprecedented and outright nonsensical.
"Yo, yo," Moon Disaster started off, finally calming down enough to flash Gamma his signature, brilliant smile. "No need to worry, this disaster doesn't mind any fans!
"That said, yo, you might misunderstand - its not just the Waves on Earth. Starting from the edge of the known universe and collapsing in, its like someone flipped a switch and all the waves are turning off. The amount of background radiation present from the universe just expanding should create more than enough waves, yo, for a wave world to exist in space. Planets crank out enough of it, yo, and don't even get me started on stars, YO! But they're all just going away.
"Every wave being in the universe has a force acting on them, yo, either turning out their lights or forcing them to come to Earth, yo, yo! Not the kind of attention or activity your little planet needs, YO!"
Gamma goes silent for a moment, considering Moon Destroyer's words. The orb that makes up the known core of Gamma seems to list, almost as if looking across the starry expanse in silence for a few moments before returning to Moon Destroyer.
Gamma: Don't worry, you'll be safe here, Mr. Moon. But please; do you know of anyone else that may need help right now?
"Yo, yo . . . hmm. All the Wave Beings in existence are on their way to Earth, and if they can't make it, they're all going lights out. I gotta admit, yo, some of them are bad characters, but most of them are good, yo!
"Unless you have any way of helping some of them move faster to get here, yo, I don' know that there's anything you can do, yo . . ."
The Moon Disaster seemed a little beside himself, unsure of what to do in such a scenario. Usually, like he said, the vacuum of space was full of electromagnetic energy; Noise Waves alone could connect entire galaxy clusters. For it all to just disappear greatly reduced his field of power.
Somewhere, back in the depths of the Network, still considering his options, Sirius called back out to Gamma. "Gamma? Other than that annoying one, Forte, what is the most easily accessible Net Navi with the next largest file size?"
He was pleasantly pleased that Gamma was able to return the answers to his query so readily. The list of names meant little to him, but, given his new understanding, as it were, he had a little bit of care for which he went towards.
"There isn't a casual way of saying this kindly, Gamma, so, I simply will not. What name on that list do you believe Gate would have the least level of concern or care for? Any that I could play with without incurring his frustration?"
Sirius would feel Gamma wince at the expression of the blackhole lord's request. His mind races for a moment, trying to find the best way to appease the situation while keeping everyone on the list safe. However, the child-like mind of this living network, advanced though it may be, finds no answer. Gate wanted Sirius satiated for the time being, so for the time being the best course of action has to be giving him what he wants... and cleaning up the damage later. Sirius would feel Gamma's apprehension relent, and then he would comply with Sirius' wishes.
Gamma: ...among those listed; Navi Doc, Colonel, Iris, and Nolispe would cause no issues for Gate's desires, but each comes with their own set of problems.
Navi Doc is something of an ancient being on the net, and he's found ways to make himself completely untraceable. Despite running on every network on the globe to various degrees, I have no way of locating him.
Colonel and Iris are embeded in the beta servers. Despite the fact that they manifest on the net from time to time, their collective conscious is spread out across the net as a whole, making it nearly impossible to confront either unless they wish it.
Nolispe is currently residing in Electopia, near Bayside. He's a young boy Navi who is the reborn form of a once-and-former master Darkloid that once threatened the net, by the name of Epsilon. He is potentially very unstable, but has been extremely silent for many years now.
This list pained Gamma to recite, but the greater good was at hand...
Gamma: ...I do warn you, though; while Nolispe may seem the wisest choice from this list, he poses a very direct threat to you in your current state.
Sirius felt the emotions coming off from Gamma, and gathered that his assumption that Gamma would not enjoy his line of questioning was correct. He had no need for such worries, however; this line of questioning in and of itself was as a formality of his understanding to Gate, and for no other reason. Were he on his own whims without having to worry about the scientist, he would simply target the entire list in search of what he wanted.
The list had their own bits of complication, of course. The majority of them were difficult to track, for one reason or another, or difficult to confront. If he could lure either Iris or Colonel into a Network, his presence alone would suffice to keep them trapped there, but he could not guarantee getting either of them to a location that he was also inside of. For Gamma to not be able to track this Navi Doc individual was interesting, to say the least, and Sirius may have had much patience, but he had little for the tedium of searching through all the world for a figure such as him.
That left only one name on the list that was a guaranteed engagement, albeit an apparent danger. He had put himself in a position to believe that these humans, and their interesting creations, had little to offer him in terms of a challenge, but, they seemed to know enough to presume that he was at danger of them. From his perspective, his greatest folly thus far was using a flawed goddess' creation instead of dirtying his own hands; a mistake he had rid himself of the capability of doing again.
Still, he would heed Gamma's warning. "Dangerous to me, as I am now? How so?"
Sirius would feel the hesitance in Gamma to continue this line of questioning. Not due to the desire to hide anything, but out of fear of offending the black hole lord with his answers.
Gamma: I mean no disrespect, sir. You are doubtlessly in a league of your own in terms of power, but Nolispe is a rather unique case. He has ways of using different forms of damage posed against himself against those who would assail him, and he has no limitations on this power to the best of my knowledge. A direct assault against him could be potentially costly.
Sirius blinks, considering this as Gamma explains it, and finds himself rather bemused by the thought.
"How he does this is of little relevance. If he accomplishes this by redirecting the force back upon his attacker as it is presented, I am unworried by my own destructive capabilities. If it is a matter of absorbing the energy and generating backlash, my nature nullifies the capability of sub-creatures to make gains from my attempts to destroy them. I have already met many like him, and have evolved to deal with such problems.
"The only thing to be expected from my efforts is oblivion. He will find no strength in attempting to weather a cosmic storm that no individual planet could withstand."
Sirius floats forward, looking at the sphere that represented Gamma, and smiled; a weak, fake smile that hid his destructive nature behind a jovial veneer. "You were most useful to me, Gamma. If anything remains of this individual after I am done assimilating what I need, I will be sure to bring it to you. Perhaps you'll be able to play with him, still. Would you like that?"