The remains of a once populated human society stretch, barren, under a bright blue sky. In the ruins, however, a new society forms- all over the earth in a series of Terra bases. People and robots fly in RV-ships between these bases, using the abilities of new humanity to survive. Their ultimate goal is to reconstruct what was lost, but better.
CURRENT SEASON: Fall
There are bases in many places, from the freezing Antarctic and Arctic to deep canyons, hot deserts, forested mountains, dark caves, and oceanside/island coves. A network of rickety holographic screens connects them. The robots there aren’t too human-like: they’re built for purposes, like building or hunting or agriculture. They still form a large part of society on the bases and are more optimized for survival than humans.
Some people grow food, others hunt. Information is recorded and added to databases, and artifacts are meant to be transported back to the Hub Base, where they’re taken up to Luna Outpost by field agents for safekeeping.
The people here have robotic limbs more than brain chips. The tech is less polished than on the Luna Station, but it’s arguably more powerful and stands as a powerful example of human innovation.
-Hub Base: Formerly near Rio de Janeiro. It’s a hub for travelers from every base and is the place where many technicians and engineers work on the massive server for holographic connections which often fails, and information storage. It’s the most populous.
-Antarctic Base- In the freezing weather, people build igloos and set up tents to bare out winds. There’s plenty to learn, and plenty to research. Ice fishing and ice climbing are Arctic Base people’s common hobbies.
-Tropic Base- Formerly Byron Bay, Australia, this sandy area lies just adjacent to the beach. People there live in wood cabins and drive convertible ships from island to island. Fruit and coconuts are plentiful, and the wildlife to be studied is as well. Many biologists send back info from here.
-Forest Base- Formerly New York. The people here live and work collecting artifacts from the society that was. The climate isn’t too extreme, and people live in whatever shelter they can find, be it stone, metal, or wood. Anthropologists are common there.
-Sand Base- Formerly the Sahara Desert, the people here live in underground settlements and trek outward in every direction to map out the place. Life here is more common than one would think, but most people who live here spend their time traveling.
-River Base- Along the former Yarlung Tsangpo in China, the people here have plenty of food to hunt and pick. Many people here are good with agriculture and ship off food to the rest of the bases on the regular.
-Swamp Base- In what was Vasyugan Swamp in Russia. The people here live in elevated settlements and study the vegetation of the area, sending botanical information back to the hub base.
-Rain Base- Formerly near Ljubljana, Slovenia. The people here live in the ruins of buildings and experience rain throughout the year, setting up tarps and escaping mold. It’s cooler than some other bases and specializes in meteorology and astronomy for all over.
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