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Day OneDay One
When the whole world went sideways. Things had been getting progressively worse and worse for years, decades really. Governments fell, economies crumbled. Military was the only capable rule. Martial Law for all, borders closed and chaos ruled.
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Earth was quite simply, Hell. No one knew who fired first, but everyone knew what happened. Nuclear War, Judgment Day. Russia, China, Korea, Iran, and America peppered each other with weapons of gods.
Firestorms and Mushroom clouds, Flashes of light brighter than the sun, Fallout and Ash blanketed the earth. Fire turned to ice, and the world went cold. Few places were spared, Horrors walked the earth, and those that survived grew sick and died, the lucky ones anyway. Day One, The horror of Atomic War. Mankind's darkest hour, but not all was lost.
Around the world lay underground Cities named Vault Cities, those important or rich enough got a house, a sector, even blocks of land there. When fire bit the clouds, when poison blackened
The EndThe End
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This story begins unlike most, It begins with The End. The end of all as we knew in this world. Life as we knew it changed, in an instant it was as if switch had been thrown. In an instant everyone and everything changed. Though most didn't notice it, most went on with their everyday lives. Happy in ignorance, bliss blocked the pain.
The world hadn't ended in a blaze of atomic fire or the chill of eternal winter. No it was so much more innocent. A dream comes true, a plan unfolded. A hope held by all but recognized by none.
Willing, unwilling, caring and selfish. It affected everyone and everything, from Presidents to beggars. Mortal enemies or best of friends.
Change, change is what caused it. Changes is what ended how we saw the world, how we saw each other. It ended barriers ended everything as we knew it.
Countries put down borders, soldiers put down arms. The power to stop all wars. The power to change every single person on earth. To end suffering and inequality and hate.