Malachi had spent his time deep underwater, revelling in the currents and flows of the newly created sea. Much as he would like to spend eons down there frolicking in whirlpools and eddies, the time soon came for him to ACT.
He hung above the sea, wondering how he was to begin to make real his ideas.
After a good deal of thought, Malachi had narrowed down the possibilities for his next move to three. Seeing as the grandest and most complex of his ideas would yield more spectacular results, and make it easier for him to achieve his desire in the long term, Malachi decided to wait until it was in his power to ACT twice, for his vision required two new concepts to affect the world simulaneously.
Malachi abstains for this turn.