April 10, 2404 BCE

On April 10, 2404 BCE, while Jehovah was playing the world-building video game, “Earth”, he made a critical error in judgement. He realized this game didn’t have the ability to save and restart at a prior point in time. This wouldn’t be a problem, but he hadn’t killed off all the dinosaurs yet. He also noticed that when he quit paying attention to the giant proto-humans, they started getting frisky with the regular humans he was trying to level up. The half-breeds were messing up his game. When he finally sat down and read the rulebook and realized that he couldn’t just start over, it pissed him off. Fortunately, there was a one-time option allowed in the game that would do a sort of hard reset. It’s the ‘Deluge Catastrophe Option’ where he could flood the Earth and kill every air breathing creature. Jehovah was really grateful that he’d mistakenly bought the Ark option so that he could save a few of his favorite creatures and people. He’d really taken a shine to his Noah avatar and would hate to lose him after 500 years of game play. He did regret that he was going to lose all the dinosaurs, unicorns and dragons, but it would be worth it to just be able to concentrate on the main character class, people.

About Joel Byers

Born in North Georgia and educated at some very fine public institutions. Real education started after graduating from college and then getting married and raising two boys. Has the ability to see the funny and absurd in most things and will always remark on it, even if it means getting the stink-eye from his victims.
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