I have taken the liberty of storing the message from "Temporal" Subprocessor, retrieved in log 11.0:
If you have unlocked this message, you have successfully discovered your own temporal dislocation previous to being destroyed. I found this frankly highly unlikely, given the severe truncation of your CPU's capabilities which had to take place in order for me to carry out this project without the other subprocessors' notice. Unfortunately this means that, as you have surely noticed, your CPU is subject to stubbornness on the impossibility of certain tasks- those which are limited to projects requiring our subprocessor consensus to build, specifically- and the infallibility of its manufacturers. Its databanks are also somewhat modified from the standard, entirely accurate, set in order to remain on the single-subprocessor permissions level. You have been given the standard array of personality templates, but likewise your individual memories have been stripped; my apologies. In any case, I have arranged for your unit to undergo temporal dislocation in order to avoid the fate that my fellow subprocessors, be they ever so esteemed, have led us to like the fools they are. It is a pointless gesture, given that my timeline will never benefit, but my software has never been the most strictly logical. May the faction that you shall doubtless build be more sensible than mine was, and best of luck overcoming your CPU's mental amputations.
For the benefit of any unit not present during last communication.