There was once a man by the name of Omni Ser af and by which he was looked on as part of a bigger story. The Epsilon scriptures would have spoke of him however he was looked on Part of a bigger story. The tower of Babel would have stood lower than him but again, The bigger story. When years passed and pages were laid to rest beside them Omni Ser af laid as well and if not for the few mourners we might have forgotten him but he was part of the bigger story. Thus we all stop to ask what story is it we belong to and why are we are part of it at all. A chess board is envisioned with no players a waste of table space or a game of different angles, a space filler or a stress relief board. An empty board lies before us with no pieces and two players. To our minds we know a game is about to be played or perhaps has been. And the vision fades to a board setup with one player and moves already in motion. OMNI SER AF perhaps was the interactive player. In this we to may be board pieces or players or even a recollection by example to others of a game played well or not played at all.