Being here in Colorado has definitely had a positive effect for my muse. While at the Church waiting for my aunt’s wedding to start, I found myself bored and, thanks to a message from my best friend, thinking about the apocalypse. At that moment I remembered a game I tried to start back in 2008 called “The Last of Humanity.” The game never kicked off. I decided to look it up when I got back to where we are staying and boy did I get lucky. Google proved useless as I searched and searched. I ended up having to go through all my old email addresses in order to find the website. I got lucky though, just like I said.
Here is a little bit about the plot:
After the accidental detonation of a project being developed by a formerly unnamed scientist (whose name I have not decided), the world finds itself in pieces. Struggling to survive, the humans who remain quickly find that things are no longer the same. Children are born mutated, foods that were safe are now ripe with poison, and meat deemed “clean” is unheard of. Two factions have risen from the destruction: the Clean and the Unclean — those who have been marred by mutation.
Many years later, Nirese Malyn and her family, tired of fighting for survival at a small camp, leave for Sanctum –one of the few cities in existence and a bastion of hope for the Clean. The road there is far from smooth; it is wrought with dangers that they never expected, even at home.
Opposite the Forbidden Wastes, nestled in the mountains that had once been referred to as the Rockies, lies another city. Here, the Unclean find refuge from the Clean, going on with their daily lives as if their bodies were perfect. That is, until a caravan returns with a special package: a young girl by the name of Acire who is not what she appears.
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And… that is all you get. =P