At first, Pi didn't hate the Archimedes Constant, it was actually quite fond of the endless string of numbers. So, when did it start to hate the Archimedes Constant? It was probably from it's time at the Binhai Library. During it's time at the library, the Archimedes Constant that Pi typed was perceived as a prank, they weren't able to see Pi nor were they able to understand it's plea for help. From the way they typed and their soft mutters, Pi knew that they weren't fond of it, and the Archimedes Constant was to blame. Then, Zhang Zian appeared. He was the first person to actually communicate with it, but sadly, he wasn't able to understand the meaning of the Archimedes Constant either. Pi really liked Zhang Zian, and it didn't want to lose the only person it could talk to, so it started to hate the Archimedes Constant. After that, Pi started writing its novel. From time to time, while Pi was typing, it would unconsciously type the Archimedes Constant, leaving a few readers confused. Pi wasn't able to fully control itself. It didn't want to lose readers, so whenever it saw the string of numbers, it'd get annoyed and frustrated, wishing that the numbers would disappear, so that it can be a normal author. Zhang Zian had been watching Pi ever since it started writing its novel. He couldn't read minds, but he was able to guess how Pi felt from its facial expressions. Whenever Pi unconsciously typed the Archimedes Constant, then deleted it in frustration, he knew that Pi was starting to hate the string of numbers. However, Pi shouldn't hate the Archimedes Constant because it was the reason why Pi existed. Since Pi used to love typing the Archimedes Constant, it stood out from the other monkeys.