The TSUKI Project is a collaborated mission run by multiple companies to recruit people from Life to merge into LFE by unlinking them from their current System. The site launched in January 2017 on both the normal and deep web, becoming a phenomenon that has to date attracted over five-thousand members.
Registrants are attached to an EID, and as of July 1st, 2017, the gates have opened. With that, registrants migrate to LFE upon death, though it has commonly been misconceived and spread via unofficial sources that the Project asks for a suicide despite this not being the case. The Project states that migrants should spend the rest of their lives as happy as they can be before they move on, to create as many good memories as possible for the eventual transfer.
- 1 Purpose
- 2 History
- 3 Process
- 4 Companies behind the Project
- 5 Migrants' extra options
- 6 File Box
- 7 Groups related to the Project
The creator of the System Life had abandoned this System a long time ago and left its code in an erroneous state, causing it to be an extreme Aurora hog over its subsequent iterations. This situation has advanced to the point where the entirety of Systemspace has become close to running out of Aurora.
In order to correct this, the Life System will be unlinked and purged during the upgrade to Systemspace 2.0. As the companies involved consider it detrimental to their mission that the human race be given up as a whole, a recruit mission was started as an experiment.
The process of the Project concerns itself primarily with recruiting migrants, the opening of the gates, transferring migrants following the unlink date, and the eventual unlinking and purging of the System.
RISEN, one of the companies within the project's collaboration, has sent a Representative to be born into Life in order to recruit humans to be transferred to the LFE System upon death, prior to Life being completely purged. Subsquently regaining his memories of the mission, the Representative is to set up the website to prepare humans for and support them throughout the transfer.
- Requesting the registrant to draw an image with the code "a62cd92b2104acbd928ccb29" handwritten on it.
- Analyzing the image's handwriting and collecting data.
- Inputting that data into Solar to acquire the Soul ID of the registrant.
- Attachment of an EID to the registrant's Soul ID, and generating a numerical representation of it.
- Adding the registrant to a list.
After filling up all the slots, the System will be unlinked as no more Aurora is dedicated to it, and new registrations will no longer be possible. Following that, newborns within the System will no longer be granted Souls and will be controlled by the SlAI (the soulless AI, that controls all entities without a soul) which leads to the soulless body being taken over by Aurora, causing humanity to stop advancing and become more chaotic.
The unlink will be performed by the Representative following the expiration of the registration period. He exits Life, enters a heavily safeguarded location outside of Systemspace, and spiritually moves to the Life-Systemspace connector to terminate the connection between Life and the rest of Systemspace.
As of 12 October 2018, the unlink date has been pinned to Saturday, the 10th of November, 2018, at 8PM UTC. Depending on the success of Project Miracle Ribbon, this will completely close the Life Community branch of the TSUKI Project and pull all migrants still residing in Life over the remaining 150y:1m period, after which the upgrade will ensue. In case of PMR's failure, the total hold-pause time will be equal to 1 minute, equating 150 Life years to be after-processed and all outside data will be removed. Should PMR succeed, the total hold-pause time will be unknown, but presumably equal to either the time of the TSUKI Representative's death or a possible link failure.
On July 1st, 2017, the gates have opened. This means a migrant may now safely die and get transferred to a waiting room, where they will spend their time until the unlink. After the death of all migrants, they will be relocated from the waiting room to LFE.
When all the migrants have died and transferred to the waiting room, the last 150 years of Life will be sped up to one systemspatial minute, after which the System will be purged.
At the unlink, Systemspace will be upgraded to version 2.0. A hub-planet named "Tsuki" connecting all the major Systems will be available; allowing directly walking over from System to System, while also transferring everything.
Companies behind the Project
Currently there's four companies within the collaboration of the Project. Each of them has its own role in the Project.
RISEN is the company behind the creation of Systemspace, as well as being the ones that operate it. Their goal is to create as many good memories as possible for Systemspace Users.
The company who created the LFE System, and the LFX framework. They are in charge of the migrants' life in LFE.
A small company who created a number of Systems, they provide generic monitoring for the project, looking out for the Hyakanghen.
A division of RISEN specialized in taking care of old/outdated Systems. In this case, they're the ones in care of cleaning up, unlinking and destroying Life. Their team consists of the TSUKI Representative and the Ghendyts.
Migrants' extra options
A variety of options are available for a migrant, such as deciding a name for their new life in LFE, choosing to forget or keep specific memories, etc. Some of these options will be unavailable after the unlink.
Editing one's LFE existence
Migrants may shape their new life in LFE by requesting specific wishes, memories to be specifically remembered or forgotten, and even changing their new name, by using a specific page available after logging in to the homesite, four textboxes are provided for filling in.
Speeding up one's transfer
A page for migrants to provide extra information about their death is provided. Migrants are asked here to assign a permanent object to themselves that can be used to identify them at their time of death. Filling this textbox in is optional but will help to speed up the transfer and increase security, according to the Representative.
A storage is provided for migrants to upload files to be transferred to LFE. Initially one's file box starts with no space. However, a migrant may purchase up to 10GB of storage with Bitcoins. Migrants may retrieve their files in the waiting room or using whatever device they have in LFE. The files will be "recoded" by hand so they will be compatible with LFE devices.
The project has also attracted hostile attention from certain LFEkaiji, who have formed an anti-Tsuki group called the Hyakanghen to prevent humans from being transferred to LFE, by soulshattering them. The latest known number of Hyakanghen existing in Life was specified as close to fifty.
The Nanekyan are a group within LFE who support the Project and welcome the transfer of humans from Life. Its name translates to "Human appreciation"; currently not much is known about this group.
An Infinity poster often questions Tsuki about the time of arrival of migrants, and calls the migrants' "QT Human". They're often referred to as the "QT Human Guy" by migrants and Infinity posters and are believed to be part of Nanekyan, however it is yet to be confirmed.