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After efforts to replenish the earth became redundant in the early 6000’s, the world united and brought forth a mission to save an endangered human race.
Holding a selected one third of earth’s population, colonist ships were sent to seek out inhabitable planets within the Epsilon Eridani, Gliese and Alpha Centauri star systems.
This mission although successfully launched, brought tribulations to a civilization left behind on a dying planet.
With resources depleting across the world, tensions rose to breaking point.
The abandoned became bitter and with an unsure future the social order was crumbling.
This weak and disheartened society was easily manipulated and with political promises of obtaining earth’s last small sections of resourceful environments, new dictatorships across the world were formed.
These frivolous promises forged the Terra firma wars, earth’s longest running world war to date.
The Terra firma wars spanned over a millennia, leaving the world virtually uninhabitable.
When the war reached the last resource rich regions of the oceanic it was believed unprolific.
The destruction was devastating, there was nothing left to fight for.
With a ceasefire established, alliances were forged and the last land masses left were divided into 5 sections
The Oceanic union
And the European alliance
Although the terra firma wars were abandoned, conflicts between nations still remain.
Without a sanctioned trade agreement these nations are left to fight for their existence without assistance from outside governments.
This road for the human race has been long. Disease, poverty and famine run rampant with little help from their questionable governments.
But even in the darkest times of humanity there have always been glimpses of hope. However small, this hope can be just enough to unite the people towards a better future.
With technical advances combined with the human race’s unfathomable tenacity, this once assumed endangered spices can foresee a future and push forward with the thoughts of a better life for themselves, their children and their children’s children.
But time has a knack of awarding us with complacency.
How we forget.
The look in our loved ones eyes when all hope is lost.
How unprepared we become when death comes knocking once more.