At birth, children are given cards to play during their lifetime.
Some gamble them away; some use them wisely; some have theirs stolen before they've even come of age.
The way they use their cards determine their entire life. Some come into vast amounts of wealth before they've even popped a pimple; some have already been sold into slavery before they've moved into middle school.
Sometimes, their parents will play their cards for them. To the parent's gain, or the child's, it's never clear.
"Morrow, you've got to be kidding! You stole that kid's future!" My indignant words didn't seem to faze the other figure standing next to me. He looked over, his dark eyes and his smile reflected in the screen in front of us.