"Yes," Vidia said. "There's....nothing you really need to know about them. Just focus on the here and now." She sighed and got onto the road, turning in the direction she wanted. She glanced at Seth. "You're not like me, are you? You're more...human."
"I don't know," Seth shrugged. "All I know is that when I woke up, everyone was gone, but there was a note, just telling me the basics. 'You need to eat- and that means putting things in your mouth, chewing and swallowing. only food items though. You sleep when you close your eyes and wait for a while.'" he paused. "Sleep is hard to explain. So is eating. They informed me that I was roughly 65% human, and 35% robot. But that's all I really know. I don't know your percentages, so I can't tell you if I'm more 'human' or not."
Vidia stared straight ahead. "I'm 50-50." She followed the path through the destroyed town and picked up a broken picture frame. A mother and her daughter stared back at her and Vidia felt a twinge in her chest. She didn't have the ability to have children, she was too robotic for that. She dropped it and didn't wince as the rest of the glass shattered.
Seth nodded slowly, trying to ignore the small bit of pity he felt for her. Being half and half, that was probably hard. Not knowing when to trust robotic instincts, or human instincts, was probably hard for anyone.
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They walked for a long time, not really saying much. Finally Vidia stopped and sighed. She'd thought they'd get farther. "We should stop for shelter," she said. "It's getting dark." Though it didn't look like there was any place safe enough to sleep...