I tested a theory and was pleased with the results. Lately I've been internally debating internally a question of value. To put it in mathematical frame, if A B C all agreed that they should remain as one it would look like this ABC, never A BC or A B C or even aBcc. Well remaining ABC was harder than anticipated. Their binding began to loosen its grip and B was sucked out from an outside force. The question remaining is if AC notice B has been taken out of the equation and they change their goals. AC still have the same goal to remain AC but B has changed. B now has different motives. So what was the results? AC never notice B missing. They had a sole mission of providing and equal yet opposite force to the outside force. If that could be done with one less character... then so be it. B was left seeking a way to be attached, to feel bound again. Yet nothing gave him that feeling. save one remaining character... Z. Z claimed to be more valuable than anything. So as you size up chances and know the results could only equal Z>anything. Instead of doing the work to verify your answer you bank on your choice. B however never closes the distance from AC to B so B gives up and drifts away. Forever! I am B and AC are drifting away.