SCRINIARII is the fifty-fourth episode of TribeTwelve and the 12th video of season 2. It was uploaded on September 26th, 2016.
The loop must be maintained.
The sensum will take the keyword and submit it to the archive.
[Note: Given that this is a "Collective" video, there are no spoken words to transcribe; below is the text that appears in the video in chronological order.]
[The video opens to a blank grey background. Firebrand tilts upward from out of frame, until he is seated upright. His hands are touching together in a contemplative pose.]
This is for you.
[His figure fades out. The following text shakes more violently.]
On the other side of the screen.
[His figure fades back into frame, in the same pose.]
My friend asked you to do something.
[His head cuts to an extreme close up of his eyes. His pupils look similar to Firebrand's white pinhole eyes. The subtle noise in the video abruptly cuts to a different, louder sound.]
You did not heed.
[Fade to a man wearing a striped cap sitting at a table with a fast food tray, a drink, and a book, possibly a journal.]
The way you have treated Scriniarii has made us doubt your resolve.
[The man dips one of his fries in ketchup and eats it. He looks to the camera and the image fades to black.]
I thought you wanted to help Noah.
[For a split second, the message reads "I thought you wanted to http://help Noah."]
We wanted to help you, but now you are on your own.
[Firebrand's face slowly fades back in, the background now black. His pose is still the same. His image fades out, and a search bar slowly zooms into frame. The next title is typed into the bar.]
Find the archive.
[The frame zooms into the left side of the bar.]
Find the answers.
[Fade back to Firebrand. His pose remains the same. He tilts backward until he is out of frame.]
Get to work.
- Fans have already discovered the "archives" and the secret site/video. For more info, see the SCRINIARII Code.
- It has been stated that Scriniarii is not Noah, nor Firebrand.
- Scriniarii wears a very similar beanie that Noah uses in a section of "DEUS EX MACHINA".
- If sped up and reversed, it is shown that the background noise that plays in the video is the song "Money For Nothing" by Dire Straits.