Chapter IV: Time Bandits Turn Vigilantes

Finn Haley

2/8/20231 min read

The style of the writing is rough and rugged, much like the world it describes. The words paint vivid images of the dusty plains of the Wild West, and the daring exploits of the Bandits as they carry out their mission to make the world a fairer and more just place.

As you read the yellowed pages, one of the scrolls looks a bit different, a bit odd, there's a picture of a machine you haven't seen before and it doesn't look like it should belong there. Curious, you dig deeper into the text to find out what is that machine.

One day, as the Bandits were planning their next heist, they stumbled upon a strange device. After tinkering with it for a while they realised it was a time machine which had the power to transport them to the future.

Blake saw this as a sign from the universe, and he convinced his fellow bandits to use it to travel to the future to fix the problems of society and the financial system through future technology.

When they arrived in the future, they were amazed at what they saw. The world had changed beyond recognition, and the financial system was more complex and sophisticated than they could have ever imagined. However, they quickly realized that the problems they had hoped to fix were still present. The rich were getting richer, while the poor were getting poorer, and the corrupt were getting away with their crimes. It was 2008, they've traveled more than 200 years into the future and nothing changed. They needed to do something...