The Broken Evaluator: Chapter 1, The Depth Of Darkness

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I am all around, but you cannot see me or hear me. If you’re lucky—or I guess with who I am—unlucky, there’s a slight possibility you may feel my presence, but only for those I choose. Contrary to human belief, I do not cause disease—the humans do a good job at that on their own—also, I cannot affect a person’s mind in order to cause their death—not that I would anyway. However, if I want to, I can take human form and kill them or persuade them, but as a result I also endanger myself—making myself mortal means I could die. We Evaluators feel it unnecessary to take someone’s life away by making ourselves mortal—an unnecessary risk.
While some Evaluators scavenge their respective area killing ...view middle of the document...

As I said earlier, we do not cause disease, but we do affect the end result. There are other existence modifiers like us Evaluators—we call them the Butterfly people. They have large wings and rarely, they mate with humans. Whomever may be conceived—boy or girl---actually becomes an Evaluator. But of course, when we mate with humans (even rarer than the Butterfly people) whomever may be conceived becomes a Butterfly person. So even though we are in constant conflict, we actually help each other thrive. The Butterfly people have the job of preserving people contradicting our job of killing people. Usually, we keep out of each other’s hair but occasionally we conflict by selecting the same human. That is where some disease comes from, the Evaluators and Butterfly people are fighting to decide the fate of a certain human. However, there are many factors affecting the battle.
1. If the person is old, it is more likely that Death will prevail
2. If the person is innocent, it is more likely that the Butterfly people will prevail
I detest the Butterfly people—not for what you might think, but because humans tend to be deviants with regards to the creation of new life. Humans will often desire to prevent the new form of life and the Butterfly people will do nothing to save it. A waste of...

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