Fate is not mystical to those who know it.

With each passing cycle, the convolution's degenerative effects affected each generation. Countless time was lost retrieving data generated in a previous loop. Often, however, just enough time remained to make small adjustments. Whether by mistake, or on purpose, every eternity yielded a minuscule difference.

Now, the agents whose will is tested against both their faith in fate, and their capacity to execute it, will bring about an end to the steady incrementation of the orders of reality.