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Time was a nasty bastard.
He was impartial to anyone and completely apathetic, but he hid it behind a wall of gentle smiles and warming compliments. And while he was always on the move, he was constantly bored, and hard to please.
Time also had many servants, thousands of clocks around the world, ticking and tocking and following the sun rise and the phases of the moon. In fact, as technology advanced, so did the clocks. Humanity had made clocks that could follow his movement to the precise millisecond, not a minute off.
That was the problem, the clocks of modern society was too perfect. Too boring. He missed when the pocket watches were still essential, having people needing to set them themselves and always having them off or eventually pitter and wear down to nothing more than a useless lump of gears and metal. Those were amusing. Ah, but now, his servants were too perfect. Traditional hand-clocks were out of style, digital wristwatches that read satellite set times were all the rag