“You always were trying to save the world, one person at a time.” she said with a soft chuckle. “I’ll say I’m curious how you managed to get ahold of data cubes, it’s not like Aegis is just tossing them out.”
“Well, you already know that not all my methods are above-the-board,” he said with a chuckle. “Although my long-haired hippie days are over, if I can help someone, I still kind of feel I should,” he said. “But you never gave me an answer, is it Megan, or Star now?”
She had to pause for a second before she answered. “It’s Star. Megan… The Marauders killed her. She’s a part of me, but I’ve become more since then. Better, in some ways, worse in others.”
“You’re still you. What ‘you’ is is constantly changing, but you’re unique, the sum of your personality and experiences. The fact that you’re not in your original body may complicate things, but they say that the average human body completely replaces itself every three years. You just didn’t get a chance to go through that gradually.” he reassured her.