Good, good. You're made nothing but winning moves so far. Carry on.
And then the guy asks if I'd like to enter a fiddle duel. And I say no, because I can't play the fiddle. But then he says that if I win, I get a second fiddle.
Double your return. I like it.
But there was a catch.
I can imagine. So, without asking a lot of the hard questions you normally should ask when entering a fiddle duel, you signed a bunch of forms with this guy -- who it turns out was the Devil -- which promised him your soul if you lost said fiddle duel.
Does this happen a lot?
All the time. The fiddle industry profits hugely from duels like these.
According to the FRA, the only thing that can stop a bad guy with a fiddle is a good guy with a fiddle.
But why is the Devil involved?
Well, that gets back to what the Devil really is, doesn't it? See, the Devil shows up in most major religions, where he's pretty consistently depicted as Evil, and the opposite of God, and usually up to some s**t.