"Hmmm. Loathe as I am to split the party again, that idea has merit.
Orakio is... essentially regarded as something like the patron saint of androids. He disappeared centuries ago as he left with some biomonster Queen to defeat Dark Force, and no one knows their ultimate fate. Miun, as you know, has been searching for her master for possibly over a millenium, though heavens only know how she's managed to stay operational this long.
Thing is, Orakio is ancient history. By most accounts, Miun has no business having data from the future, which leads me to think that her search may have taken her beyond time itself - her interference with time loops suggests that at some point she went looking for him in the future. Getting her to help us should be as simple as agreeing to help find Orakio.
I'm worried that she refuses to allow herself to be repaired, though. There's something in my dad's old lab that could help - a batch of nanomachines he'd initially designed for Murakumo. He uses a different kind now, something I fine-tuned to him specifically. I could try reverse-engineering to get back to that batch, but it'd be faster for us to just get a hold of my father's old work and hand a sample to Miun." Hugo notes aloud, mostly to himself.
"Ammy, Katherine. What do you think about trying to contact SK Anima and Arodatam yourselves? I think having anyone else around is bound to make them suspicious."