"Seems like it," Jack said," Now all you need is a codename and I can let you in the base."
"Ah, you're probably right about that," Tyki said," I still have my memories, but I had to give up my old life. Not that I came from somewhere else, I just had to. I'd travel with my two friends, riding on trains. We'd play some poker on the trains then get some odd jobs wherever we stopped for more money. But what I liked most of it was the little boy we traveled with, Eeez. He didn't talk much, but he was sweet. We took care of him since he had no family and I would sometimes get him little gifts. But I had to leave them one day and for reasons I don't want to explain, I couldn't go back and sometimes it hurts me to think about it. I miss it so much much sometimes, even if it wasn't the best life." As he thought about it, he took out a silver button from his pocket. It was one he was going to give to Eeez from his most recent victim before Allen interrupted and he was thrown onto Trinity.