Some people leave their bodies, some shoot rays of light at others, but most depend on missile shields. And some people are just unlucky. What explains this? Obvious. The controllers, the ones who flip the switches and those that command them. It's worse than the Matrix because it is all too real and not planned very well at all. We live in a reactive world, not a planned one. This does not mean that the controllers (sometimes referred to as the Others) are not thinking ahead, they are. But it turns out they don't actually have a crystal ball. If they do, they don't know how to interpret what they see in it. They just make their guesses and then flip the switch, all of which is tied to the promotion of their prodigy. What is to be done about this? Gather your energies and tune in to D&D 41 on WGXC. Then go back and absorb the archive to really get the full picture. That is all.