So I promised a thread about how we experience our shared memory.
When we realized we are a system and started looking into what that actual means for us, we quickly realized that we all shared our memories. But we also realized, that our memories are still kinda different from one another. It's most apparent if two (or more) of us are co-conscious - essentially, we later remember different "versions" of whatever happened during that time, which each version having filtered the information a bit differently. So for example when Lilly and Gotos are co-conscious, while Lilly might remember feeling safe around someone, Gotos might remember that the same person made him uneasy. We all have access to both these memories, and they will be similar, but they are not equal. Whoever accesses those memories will filter the information even further when remembering - but less so for own memories. But when e.g. Gotos remembers something only Lilly saw, he might take it with a grain of salt