You died, but there was a mistake in your paperwork so you were condemned to Hell. In this universe, Hell is pretty bad. It's like 10X worse than the worst possible thing you could imagine, so you should just take my word for it that it's extremely unpleasant and you won't like it. In either case, you were condemned to suffer in it for the rest of eternity. You tried to appeal your case with the Afterlife Human Resources Department, but your technical support ticket was rejected with the explanation that it is impossible to reverse afterlife decisions even if it was accidentally made in error. Your Hell sentence is permanent. Anyhow, Satan walks up to you one day and offers you a deal: You will be reincarnated on Earth with a 100 year lifespan. You get a magical "naughty" or "nice" indicator (it says whether people are destined for Heaven/Hell) You must corrupt 1000 innocent people (they must be truly innocent and destined for Heaven) Get them to turn evil in some way and do bad things, so they get sent to Hell If you do these things, Satan will end your eternity of suffering and you will become a demon, who is a pawn of Satan with certain privileges. If you fail to accomplish these things within your 100 year lifespan, Satan will make your eternity of suffering 100X worse. 1. Would you accept this deal? 2. How would you corrupt someone? Do you feel like you are capable of corrupting people? 3. If you ended up in Hell, would your morality still matter to you? Why? Or why not? If you're going to become a demon anyway, why not give up on morality entirely? 4. If chain letters were real (i.e. "You will die of a terrible curse unless you send this to 10 more people"), would you send it along?