From their observations, the Zetarians learned a great deal about the human capacity for love, hate, joy, sorrow, and a myriad of other emotions. They were fascinated by the humans’ drive to survive, to protect their loved ones, and to seek happiness. They were equally intrigued by the darker side of humanity, their capacity for violence, deception, and cruelty.
But as they continued to observe, a strange phenomenon began to occur. The Zetarians, who had long since evolved past the need for emotions, started to feel. They began to experience joy, sadness, fear, and love, emotions they had not felt for millennia. The human emotions, so potent and powerful, had somehow seeped into their consciousness, changing them forever.