4.45Upon the ancient planet of Chejeveck, colonized and Terra-Formed millennia ago by the bygone humans of the Era Of Starlight, is a culture decimated by war, famine and stagnation. After the collapse of the Era of Starlight, the planet has been rendered near uninhabitable through liberal use of nuclear warheads, space-vessel bombardments and orbital weapons platforms. What was left were the ruins of cities, factory-complexes and machine-yards. Vast planes of scrap metal and junk cover a major portion of the planet’s surface. Through untold centuries, the surviving humans here have strangled out an existence of misery and bloodshed as the ways of the past were forgotten and replaced with the ever-looming threat of destruction and the constant fight for survival. The ancestors once relied on the machines known as “ENHANCED LABOR UNITS”, or ELUs for short, to work the massive power plants, weapons factories, missile silos and everything else on the planet. Now, the people rely on these once magnificent machines to do war. Cannibalized, rebuilt, retro-fitted and upgraded; these once fusion-powered mech-suits rely on gasoline, coal, or electricity as they march across the wastes. The Scrap-Dunes, as they are called by some tribes, cannot be traversed by any wheeled vehicle, and thus the often two-legged, all-terrain, up to fifteen foot tall ELUs proved invaluable in the aftermath of the many wars fought on this planet’s soil. For the humans of Chejeveck, survival is won by the boot and metal of the ELUs and their pilots. As time claws onward, more history and more knowledge is lost; The Dust Takes All. The Rust Eats All. Follow the journey of a young man, Jakabi of the Eondai Settlement as he grows in maturity, skill and strength.
“They awoke in a small chamber. A chamber of flesh and blood. Pulsating muscles lay behind the flesh walls as arteries and veins pumped blood throughout the small room. They could not remember anything from ten seconds ago. All they knew was that this was home. This was them. And right now, they hungered.” Follow the exploits of an intelligence as it builds itself up from a lowly starting point to far beyond its beginnings. Where did it come from? What are its goals? Only time will tell. Follow them on this adventure. See where it leads.
The Eldritch Family. For many centuries, this family has terrorized the local town of Ashborne, a town without electricity or contact to the outside world... Every year, the townsfolk will hold a ceremony where they will send a child to deliver gifts and sacrifices to the Eldritch Family Manor...every child who has gone up to their manor never return... The people of Ashbourne must deliver sacrifices to the Eldritch every year, unless they want to face their wrath. Although it’s unknown what the true nature of this family is, the village people all know that crossing them will be a horrible idea. Soon, a group of townspeople rebelled against the Eldritch and attempted to invade their castle manor, but they were easily outmatched and those who rebelled were cursed to transform into wolven monstrosities. The Werewolves continue to be at conflict with the Eldritch, along with being at war with the family, the werewolves have slowly begun to turn rabid, and unless someone puts a stop to the Eldritch Family, soon the werewolves will lose all semblance of their humanity. One day, after 300 years of silence, the Eldritch Family has finally communicated with the people of Ashbourne, requesting a servant to go up there and work for them. The Werewolves caught wind of this and took this opportunity to send a Half-Born up there, a half-human and half-werewolf, unlike the Werewolves a half-born is not cursed to turn rabid, but in turn lose many of the abilities of a regular werewolf, they are the werewolves’ only chance at stopping the Eldritch. They sent a Half-Born to infiltrate the Eldritch, and now they must wait and hope everything goes according to plan... (Heavily inspired by Resident Evil 7 and 8)