Letters from The Mentor
It seems we’ve made a major mistake in your training—it’s my fault. I assumed too much, but even so, I was shocked that so many of you don’t understand what really makes a hero. I know, because many of you have started to question whether you are a hero—as if that wasn’t part of the gig!
I can’t say I have any particular great love for the news—it feels like every time one of my heroes gets too deep into any of the different stations, they end working themselves into an anxious mess. And with good reason, because it seems every time I find myself reading the news it seems to be an endless parade of doom, despair, and tragedy.
What strange times we find ourselves in! I’m writing to warn you of a great disease—a virus I haven’t seen in years, spreading faster than it ever has before. It’s moving person to person, interaction to interaction. And while it’s harmless to most, it can be quite fatal to some. I’m speaking, of course, of the age old evil: fear, uncertainty, and doubt.