As excited as you are to be re-working the AU and many of the changes you have made have piqued my attention, and I do look forward with the utmost fascination to the intriguing details I'm to experience, you have been rather remiss with a number of points. Allow me to expound.
I am still branded a traitor, and you and I both know, as should the rest of the Organization, I am a scientist. Replication myself simply comes with the territory. On top of the erroneous assumption that I am not to be trusted because I've sent such a creature in my place before while I remain to tend to experiments that should not be left unsupervised- you have that detestably ignoble lout still destroying my work wherever he finds it, leaving little, if anything, salvageable. Though given the grade of items I am forced into working with then abandoning, it's regrettably understandable.
To say nothing of this nonsense that I even have a heart- I distinctly recall losing it-, and the nonsense at Oblivion was simply that. Nonsense and mere slips on my behalf. Certainly no mere acts of emotions. They died, I could not save them and not for want of attempting it, and now the Riku Replica is wondering around with Zexion's element under its command, and as pleasing as it is to know it is as every bit as successful as no. i, it still should not have happened. To say nothing about how each believe I am dead, too. [....And away from Awkward Topics that are still far to fresh in his
heart mind for comfort.]
I don't suppose I could talk you into working some manner of destruction upon my Proof of Existence Panel? I have no desire to be Dusk'd or worse if found, nor have keyblades pointed at myself yet again. I'm certain you'll agree it can be hazardous to one's health.
Or, perhaps, allowing me to either view, or access the memories of the 'Xemnas crashes into the 'Coder' incident. I do believe it would be a fascinating study on why one does not neglect to install a forcefield around it.