I was sitting down the other day, quietly having breakfast with Kira, and started to think that there has to be more to the Artifact, Jason, than just the ability to change into other elementals and searching out existing Oracle and ShadowMyths decks. Jason and I had been a part of each other for over a year now and I really felt that he needed a name when we talked. So, I called him Jason. He doesn’t seem to mind. Honestly, I’m not sure if he would have told me if he really cared or not. Jason is a bit indifferent and doesn’t seem to joke around a lot when we talk. That’s okay.
Well, Jason was telling me that he was actually created for a purpose; some world-shattering idea that involved Death, the elder Elemental Gods, and the rest of us that inhabit this world. Death created him long ago to help foster understanding between the elementals and creatures of the Fantasy Realm and the races of the Natural Realm. Of course, the elementals consider their realm the Natural Realm and ours the Fantasy Realm but that got a bit confusing when we talk. The Oracle and ShadowMyths decks were also part of Death’s plans and it was our duty to collect them and introduce them to the population of both realms.
Now, for those who haven’t been privy to when I first encountered Jason, let me give you a quick back story. Jason is an ancient artifact that my dad had and, when my dad passed away, Jason melded himself with me. It was definitely not my choice but I had little to say in the matter. Well, my friends, Kira included, were also trying to get the Artifact for their own purposes. However, since I had already melded with it, they took me to a scientist who would remove it. In the end, the scientist, Rheidan, had lied to Kira, her father, and me and his true plan was to get the Artifact for himself. Needless to say, he failed and we’re back to me sitting here having breakfast with Kira, the love of my life. There are some things that I still need to attend to but, for the last year we’ve been researching ways to help the victims of the Rheidan’s experiments.