A new person had arrived, and like every other resident he had to with go the assessment. This time, the visitor failed but something even more dreaded happened, a few seconds later the book that had made the visitors name, Victor Vandeda, disappear, (he signaled that the visitor was not welcome in Bibliotheca) had changed to a check ( the signal that the visitor was welcome into the land). This had never happened before therefore nobody knew what to do. The tension could be felt throughout the land. Was this man a threat? Was he from the enemy force of… technology? Was he allowed in the land, or was he to be sent back?
Technically, we had no choice, the book of laws stated that once a check was present on the book, the person was to be accepted. The strange part of this was, it’s like this person knew this. Victor Vandeda had to be accepted into Bibliotheca, or it would be violating the rules. Victor Vandeda was a lean man, wearing all black, he wore a smirk on his face throughout the entire assessment. He may have been intelligent, but he skipped over one vital point that only true residents of Bibliotheca knew, after the assessment you were sent through a detector that detected if you had been using any source of technology throughout your life, and if you were carrying any on you. The alarms went off and would not stop. He had all sorts of technology on him, and soon enough we forced him to reveal that he had done something called “hacking” to the assessment book in order to be accepted. He was a supporter of using technology in everyday lives, and was planning on spreading this dreaded epidemic to our land.
We made sure to keep a keen eye on him until further decided what was to be done with him. The land held a meeting, and in that meeting we discussed a solution to this soon to be dangerous problem. Would there be more of these people coming? Will they continue attempting to disturb the peace of our land? How can we stricken the assessment?
We finally came up with a solution to satisfy all of these issues, Bibliotheca was becoming more crowded by the day, a few more years and we wouldn’t be able to handle this population, not yet.
We needed more time to improve before accepting more people, and possible threats. For now the portals would close, no more people can come in until further opened by the lead librarian, or the other person that knew how to, but no one knew or would know who that person was until needed.
Whoever still wished to leave could, but no more people could enter. We needed to strengthen our land, we needed to improve our government system and tourist sites before we could welcome others and face the great enemy of technology.