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After this, his next appearance is much later in the game, on Aleph and Hiroko's first trip to the [[Expanse|Abyss]], where they experience a bizarre phenomenon: a "spacial distortion" of sorts teleports them into the innards of a mysterious building where, in separated chambers, they find people tied to metallic chairs, their brains plugged into computers. Further investigating the upper floors, they are shocked to discover that the one responsible for the disgusting state of those people was none other than Gimmel, the ''real'' Gimmel, as he reveals to them that the Arcadia that Aleph witnessed before was nothing more than the fabrication of virtual reality, and thus, not real, simply an illusion under his total control. Aware that Gimmel would not let them leave that place alive, now that they knew the truth about his fake utopia, the heroes engaged him in a battle, where he was killed, and his false world of delusions and lies destroyed.
 
After this, his next appearance is much later in the game, on Aleph and Hiroko's first trip to the [[Expanse|Abyss]], where they experience a bizarre phenomenon: a "spacial distortion" of sorts teleports them into the innards of a mysterious building where, in separated chambers, they find people tied to metallic chairs, their brains plugged into computers. Further investigating the upper floors, they are shocked to discover that the one responsible for the disgusting state of those people was none other than Gimmel, the ''real'' Gimmel, as he reveals to them that the Arcadia that Aleph witnessed before was nothing more than the fabrication of virtual reality, and thus, not real, simply an illusion under his total control. Aware that Gimmel would not let them leave that place alive, now that they knew the truth about his fake utopia, the heroes engaged him in a battle, where he was killed, and his false world of delusions and lies destroyed.
   
When he is defeated, the player can choose to become the new Messiah of the Virtual World, destroy it along with the inhabitants who are hooked up to it, or do nothing at all. Each choice can shift the player's alignment to Law, Chaos, or Neutral, respectively.
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When he is defeated, the player can choose to become the new Messiah of the Virtual World, or destroy it along with the inhabitants who are hooked up to it. Either choice can shift the player's alignment.
   
 
Later, Mekata reveals that Gimmel was created by the [[Tokyo_Millennium#Center|Center]] to be the Messiah of the Virtual World, which was designed as a testing ground for the technology of the Thousand Year Kingdom.
 
Later, Mekata reveals that Gimmel was created by the [[Tokyo_Millennium#Center|Center]] to be the Messiah of the Virtual World, which was designed as a testing ground for the technology of the Thousand Year Kingdom.
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