Life found this to be wrong; why should Death do this, and why should Time and Matter allow it? It created a trio of companions, each one an aspect of the three who rule the world. From Matter, Life created the Wishmaker, capable of changing reality at a whim. From Time, Life created the Traveler, who could pass through Time's veil at will. From Death, Life created the Healer, able to reverse Death's judgment at a moment's notice. Finally, Life created the Tool-User, to help guide the other creatures in the world. Death, however, attempted to thwart Life's plan, and extended its influence to the Tool-User, corrupting its thoughts with visions of power. Maddened with power, the Tool-User enslaved the other creatures of existence, even attempting to force the Ordinator itself to bow to it. Ashamed by the Tool-User's fall, Life split it into many individuals. Though it could not undo Death's corruption entirely, it gave the new Tool-Users the free will to choose their own destiny, to stay true to their original purpose or to succumb to temptation. To watch over the fledgling group, Life created Dream, a cheerful reminder of the hope they once shared. It then created Nightmare, a grim reminder of how they once fell. Finished with this task, Life hid itself from the view of all, and forbid Time, Matter, and Death from ever interfering with the lives of mortals directly.