The world is no longer what it once was. In 2029, an asteroid named Wormwood fell upon the Earth. The entry caused the atmosphere to undergo thermal heat shock, causing a global nitric-acid rain to permeate the sky. The impact just west of California sent a seismic shockwave that set off the San Andreas fault line and the super-volcano under Yellowstone National Park. A cataclysmic cloud of ash blocked out the sun. Two hundred years have passed since then. Desperate science and fanatical faith ensured humanity's remnants persisted to this day. Nations are now alliances of self-contained city-states scattered across the surface and sub-surface of the globe. Earth is still a Red Zone -- unfit for human life. Additional colonies have been established on Mars and several moons. Mankind has also established outposts in the extra-solar systems of Alpha Centauri and Epsilon Eridani. We remain alone in the universe.
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