I reread this answer as well. I sounded like a well oiled machine« but that was what the rules said.The rules allow us to function properly.Question three: What was one important action that The Elite Twelve took in their first days of office?This was an easy question, although I could have chosen multiple answers, this was what I felt wasmost important.
The Elite Twelve worked for seven straight days to completely write The Rules. TheRules allow our society to flow smoothly. In the time when the Evil Ones ruled, there was muchviolence and poverty. Now, everyone is equal. The Rules have greatly improved human life.
I looked over this question. The Rules were very important. Now, do I feel like they're important?Well« oh, what am I thinking? Without The Rules, we would be nothing. Less thinking, more writing. Imoved on.Question four: What makes The Elite Twelve so fit to rule?I wrote automatically, the answer had been pounded into my head since before I remember.
The EliteTwelve are as follows: Oceanus, Tethys, Hyperion, Theia Coeus, Phoebe, Mnemosyne, Themis, Crius,Iapetus, Rhea, and Kronos. Oceanus is the ruler of the sea. He is the only one who can control thewater. Tethys also rules the seas, right beside her husband. Hyperion is the ruler of the sun. Hecontrols how much heat and light we get. Theia is the "bright one". She helps control her husbandsanger, to ensure our safety. Coeus is the thinker. He thinks about all the important decisions and weighs the options. Phoebe controls the moon. She decides when we shall have light once Hyperionmakes the sun go out. Mnemosyne controls memory. If she feels you're don't deserve to remember something, she erases it. Themis represents balance and justice. She often decides your fate« if youshall live or die. Crius controls the night sky, the constelations. Iapetus is known as the "piercer". Healso rules the underworld, the area where the Evil Ones are. He has to make sure they never escape.Rhea and Lord Kronos are the complete rulers of our land. Lord Kronos controls time.
I didn't even bother to reread that question. I knew it far too well.Question five: Wyh si uor scoyeit cdnoiesr ot be prfeetc?I blinked my eyes. The letters where all blurred together. I closed my eyes and opened them a fewseconds later. When I opened them, the letters were normal. I reread the question: Why is our societyconsidered to be perfect? This has been happening a lot lately. The letters will blur together and then Ican't read them. I haven't told anyone about except for my best friend, Zacia. His name is irregularand is not accepted by society. His parents are just like that. Irregular and not accepted. I guess itruns in the family. Miss Stevens is his aunt."You have five minutes to finish up." Miss Stevens said.I picked my pen back up and scribbled down an answer. Miss Stevens came by and collected ourquizzes. She stood in front of my desk, her eyebrow raised, reading my quiz. "Curious answer tonumber five, Miss Kilmore." Then she walked back to her desk.The bell rang for classes to end so I gathered up my things. On the way out the door, Zacia ran up tome. "What did you write on number five? My aunt seemed« I don't know, almost pleased."I looked at Zacia. He was just like Miss Stevens, with his bright orange hair and his neon socks. "Whydon't you dye your hair a more normal color?" I asked.