Let's say you have knowledge of a disaster, like the Titanic. If you find yourself in the past during this disaster and you realize that you cannot prevent the disaster itself, since doing so would cause a paradox, but you could perhaps persuade people from getting on the ship, thus potentially saving their lives. My question is, does that knowledge obligate you to do something if you could? If you do nothing, figuring that you are merely playing your part in recorded history, does this absolve you of culpability? Conversely, if you do save one or two people, does this in turn make you responsible for the lives you did not save? These questions are explored in the current Chapter of TRICKSHOT.