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Long ago, when God first cast Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden, he brought forth through divine creation four angels.
"I fear," God said to the four who knelt before him, "that man will grow too willful and destroy what I have created. You are to sleep on Earth, awaken only when summoned by God's Word, and see what you would see. Decide for yourselves whether or not man deserves to live as man is living, and bring your decisions back to Me where I will make final judgement on them. You will decide if man should live, or die and be remade into a purer being that may finally be worthy of My adoration."
And so the four angels descended to Earth, where Maji, Priests, and Kings, all holy men of their religions sent by God to speak His Word woke them many times, and many times, humanity was remade.
Now, a foolish archeologist is digging in Egypt, about to stumble upon a tomb as richly decorated and ornate as any king's that has not been visited for thousands of years. The name of a pharaoh is not inscribed upon the four sarcophagi within, but the names of the four angels. He is about to ignorantly read an inscription of God's Word and awaken them all.
Pestilence, Death, Famine, and War. Shiva, Hades, Nergal, and Shi no Kami. A thousand names in thousand different religions.
But will it be pestilence that Pestilence brings? And will Death truly bring death? Or will the archeologist be able to prove that mankind is worthy to live as it is with its ripe history of war and genocide before the hourglass the angels bear runs out, and judgement is passed by God?
The four angels, the archeologist, and any other cohorts we wish to bring in to the mesh.
Pretty much stated above. But, it is up to us to decide whether or not the angels believe that mankind is a foul thing worthy of a most gruesome death; or if they decide that mankind deserves life, and goes against God's ultimate judgement that mankind should perish?
Armageddon is in the wind, lovelies! Sign up now as a player to decide the fate of mankind.
"If he asks me what day of the week it is, I'll be sorely tempted to answer 'orange'." ~Chang WuFei, The Arrangement.