The Divine Click
There is a legend called The Divine Click told in the progaming houses. It states that since the beginning of time, God created the universe in the pursuit of a single event. From every cosmological event that lead up to the creation of the human race, every historical conflict that lead up to the creation of our modern nations, every electronic invention that lead up to the creation of StarCraft:BroodWar, every ancestor of every progamer and every person every progamer has ever been influenced by, has been heading toward one moment. The single greatest click in StarCraft.
The Divine Click will be a game changing play. It will come from a situation that looks impossible. Only one person will be able to see it, and that will be the player who has finally obtained the Hand of God. Imagine, the two greatest players in the world, toe to toe, playing the most nail biting game of StarCraft you've ever seen. Everything looks right. Everything is fast. Everything is above any game you've ever seen before. There are no mistakes.
The Divine Click occurs. All witnesses are awe-struck. The player fighting against the Hand of God cries. There's nothing he can do. Everything seemed perfect right before The Divine Click, and now it's clear he or she is going to lose. But he or she isn't sad. He or she is happy. So happy to have finally witnessed The Divine Click. To have been such an important part of God's plan, as to be needed as the only opponent who could make the Hand of God necessary. It's inspiring. It's his or her raison d'etre.
The player who has adopted the Hand of God can't believe it. He or she, out of everyone in the history of man kind, was chosen to play The Divine Click. This player can't even take credit for it. The Divine Click is everyone's. So much pride swells in him or her for being the one to play it, but it was everyone's purpose. It's so beautiful.
The universe implodes. It has no reason to exist anymore. Even if there was someone left to miss it, that someone couldn't feel sad. It was the whole point. It was why were were made. It is Truth, Happiness, Fulfillment. Ascension into Heaven and Approval from God.
It's not a question of if, they say. It's a question of when. When will we finally witness The Divine Click? Will we live long enough? Will the Hand of God choose me, or my apprentice? Or his apprentice? Or the apprentice after that? How long does the chain need to go? How long do I need to live to witness The Divine Click?
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This would probably be better without my awful pictures lol