BLUH. Yeah that one became much more of a theories thing than I wanted it to. I'll just stick by what I said about when she goes in and comes out. She sits down at her computer, spaces out, and comes back all like "Bwaoshit". I don't think that's too much of a stretch. I hope.>>2318
I think you're doing it exactly right, though you mixed up some protagonists there. c: The area you reach after Microscopic world really is eerie, isn't it? It strangely reminds me of heaven, with how it's so etherial and mysterious with the faint piano music in the background, but it still strikes me as being some place that you don't want to be. And of course, the Rust Maze is NEVER a place you want to be. xD
Even though I've talked about some of the aspects related to it, I'll go over the "True" ending.
Sabi tries to enter .flow, but something goes wrong. She doesn't wake up on her porch like usual, she instead, wakes up right at her computer desk. Assuming that she made some sort of a mistake, she carelessly re-enters .flow, not realizing that she's entering a layer of .flow that she was previously unable to reach. When Sabi enters .flow this time, she finds that something is *very* wrong indeed. It doesn't feel as calm as usual. Not that her balcony was ever particularly welcoming, but this time is different. Without a doubt, there's something here that's very much a threat to her. (The music in this ending makes me think this is the case.) Upon looking out from her porch, she can't see the usual ambient lighting off in the distance; instead, there is nothing. She has absolutely no sense of there being anything beyond the edge of her balcony. If she were to jump, she just might never hit the ground. Instead of leaving her room like usual, she warily enters the elevator door that is suddenly present, and soon recognizes the pristine white color, telling her that this elevator leads to the hospital that she dreads so much. Before she can leave, the door slams shut behind her, and the elevator starts a shaky descent downwards. Her visit to the hospital goes horribly awry before she even arrives as the elevator starts to shake and plummet downwards due to a detached cable, and upon hitting the ground, she is knocked unconscious.
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