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Author's Note: Before we begin, I would just like to point out that I've taken some...er..."liberties" let's say when it came to how things work with becoming a Death God and all. Other than that, thank you so much for all the kind reviews. It makes me so happy to hear from all of you!
As expected, rather than blood, white filmstrips poured forth from the fresh wound. Eric slid his glasses up the bridge of his nose, cracking his neck quickly before setting to work.
The viewing of a Cinematic Record was perhaps the most mundane task, aside from sorting paperwork all day. Virtually all stories were ho-hum at best, with the occasional murderer or occultist to break up the pattern. The viewing itself wasn't entirely horrible, but it was the time that it took up that made it truly hell. So it was with a drawn out sigh, and a quick glancing of his watch that Eric touched the first slide.
The story started, as all did, with birth.
A modest house in the English countryside was the se