So here’s the deal. There are multiple worlds out there, almost (but not quite) an infinite number of them. No not planets, necessarily. Worlds. They each have their own laws of reality, their own systems of life and death, and their own gods. Most of the ones created by gods who give a shit have their own afterlife system. Hell, many of them are fictional worlds in at least one other reality down to the T. There have been quite a few Frankenstein’s in the different worlds, know what I’m saying?
Now, the gods are the immortal beings who created these worlds, and although their motivations are usually impossible for mortals to understand in full, they can sometimes be classified as good or evil. Gods are unable to interfere with other gods’ worlds (hell, they’re often unable to interfere much in their own), which usually ticks off the good ones. After all, wouldn’t you be annoyed, if you spent eons creating a world that was fair, beautiful, and meaningful for your mortals, only to realize that no matter how good your world is, there are countless other worlds governed by gods who don’t care, or worse, gods who actively enjoy tormenting their worlds’ inhabitants.
This is why some gods have chosen to create beings known as Saints, who are given the priceless gift of being able to travel to different worlds with the expectation that they will do good deeds on those worlds, under their respective god’s orders.
And guess what, kid? You’re one of them.
Original credit for the story idea goes to theone, who created the game that we four played originally.
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