Okay, I'm not doing myself any favors by being all vague like this. This is for Hellper.
In the setting, there are things called Universal Elections. A Ghost gets picked out as something called a Ballot Counter, and the ratio of good to evil among those that knew them in life determines whether the ticket around their wrist is primarily white or black.
If the ticket is ripped off while mostly white, nothing changes. If it's ripped off while black, evil becomes the new definition of justice, all memory of the former definition is lost, all life on Earth perishes, and whatever life comes into being after that will abide by the new definition of justice.
I decided to make it a scenario to be the Ballot Counter, where you have to fight off all the forces of Heaven and Hell for the duration of the jump. If you complete that condition, you get to keep the control over non-sapient spiritual being that the Ballot Counter possess.
That's all I initially had it as, but then I had the idea of letting people keep their ticket if they manage to completely wipe out the ruling parties of Heaven and Hell. With the ticket, they can maintain or reverse the definition of justice, with all the same risks.
After I wrote that out, I had the idea of an additional condition. In this world, God abandoned creation, leaving it to fend for itself. I thought it might be a nice additional challenge to try to contact God and convince him to take the wheel again, now that everyone he left in charge is gone. The reward I thought of was that God would remove the death condition from removing the ticket, maybe even the requirement to destroy all life to reset the definition of justice.
It's at this point I realized this was getting out of hand, so that's why I cam here to ask if I really was going way overboard with this, and if so, what I should probably cut out of that.