Strange new disease spreads after meteor Crashes in China... Tsunami after a meteor hits Japan, almost 300 assumed Dead... Hospital workers report seeing man in black standing over Dead patients... Disease spreads to Japan.... Study shows, that since the meteors hit Earth, people have been getting Fatter and Lazier... 11 more meteors crash to Earth... Popular Priest declares it's the End Times... New disease spreads to America... "Though I walk through the valley of the Shadow of Death, I shall fear no Evil." -Psalm 23 "Alas, Poor Yorick, I knew him, Horatio." -Hamlet "I heard the voice say "Come" and I saw a Pale horse, and it's rider was Death, and Hell Followed behind him." -Revelation 6:8 Michael: Michael sat with Death in the Hospital's Starbucks. They had just gotten over a shift, and were waiting for the CDC agent. Michael took a sip of his coffee. "I'm so tired!" Michael said. "It feels like we've been up for days!" Michael rubbed his eyes and took another sip of his coffee. "I've only had an hour of sleep, and I just want to go home! I hate epidemics!" Michael was still getting used to his human body, and being a Medical Intern wasn't helping, especially during an Epidemic. He was friends with Death in Heaven, and the lines for him and Death were blurred as to which side they were on. He looked at the other doctors and families that were also tired and sick. Michael's lab coat was dirty, and Michael felt disgusting. He hadn't had a shower in a few days, and wanted to go home. He took a sip of his coffee again and continued waiting for the CDC rep. Pestilence: Aaron put his Coke on the bar and sighed. He didn't want to go meet the doctors at St George's Hospital. He just wanted to go back to Atlanta, and stay in his house, and play Video Games. He paid for his drink and walked out of the bar. "Stupid Plague I created. If I had known of the consequences, I wouldn't have started it!" Aaron straightened his jacket and hailed a taxi. "St George's please!" He said to the driver. He said something about not going there in a foreign language. Aaron handed the driver some cash, and the driver perked up. "Where do you want to go again?" The driver said. "St George's hospital." The driver hit the gas and a few minutes later, they pulled into the Pavilion covering the entrance. "Thanks!" Aaron shouted. "You're welcome!" The driver replied. Aaron stepped out of the taxi and into the lobby. He sighed. "Home sweet home."