Jaz listened to everyone's weird justifications for sparing the golem. She took extra time to process what the others were saying just to make sure there wasn't a point she heard and would regret neglecting later. Eventually, the white haired girl felt confident in her choices and took a step towards the golem and looked down at it and immediately struck it without saying a word. The glitching stopped as the golem burst. Dust floated around her a brief moment as she looked down at the golem a bit before she fixed her hair and spoke straight out, "It was already down. If the creator has a vendetta, it'd come after us anyway. Perhaps it'd make us a priority, but if it means it'll surface... so be it." Jaz rubbed her hands a bit and turned towards the group, "We don't even know if the creator is actually still around. There's already been enough apparent malfunctions going on so I feel no inclination to not think this wasn't just some video game glitch where they think we have a warrant or something. But if any of you don't like it, and if the creator decides to come for us, I'll take full responsibility for ya." Jaz took a deep breath and placed her hands together in almost a praying motion as she closed her eyes a minute. Then she took another deep breath and folded her hands in front of her, "I don't know about you all, but I'm gonna find a way out of here to try and find those memory crystals. Because at this rate, that's what I'm interested in. Which is a damn shame, an open world game in a full virtual reality experience and my main reward is figuring out how to fix my amnesia." she crossed her arms and began walking away from the rest of the group, "Maybe find an AI that can actually help in this situation."