The Anti-Broken Hearts Pin could see very far into the Multiverse. It could see worlds where Gods rule and those out of their reach. Worlds populated by heroes with fabulous powers and those where life on Earth never even bloomed. Utopias
where people lived in blissful happiness. These however couldn't satisfy the Pin's ambition.
The Pin searched for a world filled with jealousy and loneliness. Where envy has broken up couples and friendships. Where those who once trusted and respected each other now looked at each other with suspicion and contempt. Where it could mend broken hearts,
turn mistrust into faith, hatred into love. A world where the Anti-Broken Hearts Pin could have a purpose and a mission.
In its quest, the Pin stumbled across such a universe, where famous couples from other universes were either divorced or had never wed. No Peter Parker and Mary-Jane Watson, no Clark Kent and Lois Lane, no Reed Richards and Susan Storm.
Really, this world seemed perfect for the Anti-Broken Hearts Pin. There was so much pain to sooth, so much desires to satisfy, so many broken hearts to mend. After all, what could go wrong?