posted on Mar, 19 2012 @ 08:04 PM
Mods please feel free to move this if you feel another forum is better...wasn't exactly sure which one to put it under!
I was thinking the other day about how the elite might view people in general and it reminded me of when I used to play Dungeons & Dragons...
For those of you who have never played a role playing game, you have a dungeon master (DM) and players. The DM will have the module (book/script if
you like) for that particular game which contains the general plot of the game - where the treasure is and where the monsters are etc etc. The
players then decide what they want to do and where they want to go and the game changes depending on their choices.
Now, a DM who has the whole facts about the story knows exactly where the rooms with treasure are and where the monsters are. I have been a DM a few
times and you get a funny sort of superiority because you know what is going to happen generally before the players do.
I feel that it's not that much different to what the Elite must feel. They hold all the cards, we are always one step behind them. Do they look at
us like a DM looks at the players?? Do they find enjoyment in perhaps giving us tidbits about our true history and then see what we do from there?
Is the world to them a great big game??
I think so. I mean, how boring would it be if you knew all the answers to something and the other people involved have absolutely no idea about it??
You'd want to throw them a crumb to make things interesting.
Anyway, what do you all think?