MASS EXTINCTION: Tales from the Ankhologies
Cataclysm. The concept has haunted humanity since the beginning of time. Provoked by the promise of deific wrath or ecological annihilation, our greatest fears are based on apocalyptic threats to our existence.
Thrust into a new ice age by nature’s fury, MASS EXTINCTION answers the question of how life would survive in a world devoid of natural food, water and air. In it, mankind is forced to reconsider the human condition and where the line between morality and mortality is drawn. The slim chance of survival is based on what is found, what is bartered and what is taken by force.
The Earth has become a frigid, inhospitable wasteland. Ankhologies, the last vestiges of civilization, are totalitarian ecosystems that serve as homes to the governing and the governed. Using remnants scrounged from the bygone era, these megapolis structures have evolved independently to create their own technological and social order. Each is charged with the preservation of our way of life by any means necessary.
MASS EXTINCTION is our greatest fear: to wake up and find the world we know is gone instantaneously, forever, and we were utterly incapable of stopping it.
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