The play was considered a national treasure, predicting with perfect accuracy the future of our land—despite being written hundreds of years prior. To mention that the text was rarely the same for two consecutive performances benefited no one. When wars were won, the play recalled star signs pointing inevitably to this victory. When wars were lost, it tearfully depicted those martyrs who'd made the ultimate sacrifice. A successful coup meant scrappy citizens ousted a corrupt regime. Unsuccessful, and the majority’s will had triumphed. It was everyone’s favorite play, because it never changed and had never been wrong, not even once.