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Challenge #02638-G081: Deadly Essentials

Humans aren't the only ones that don't do well when given everything. Even post scarcity every creature needs to be entertained, but what is needed to entertain becomes increasingly more elusive. -- Anon Guest

[AN: I have problems with Universe 25's design and that will emerge in the story below. The video actually covers elements of U25's issues at time mark 6:15]

You can have everything you need and never be satisfied, was an ancient Human idiom that confounded many new to Humans. It warranted further investigation and came to a Peak at Graveworld 3T4-9RHU-FW09. According to the records, they had made a world with everything the people could possibly need. The people who lived there had identical housing, identical access to water, identical parks. Identical furniture, Identical views of other identical apartments with identical windows. Identical streets lined with identical faux greenery and identical routes to identical workplaces.

They had everything they needed. Perfect nutrition, perfect apartments, and perfect monotony, according to the surviving diaries. For a time, things went well, but only for a time. The identical playgrounds were full of children in identical clothing, who got identical schooling to fit identical jobs.

Then, to use the Human vernacular, things went pants.

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