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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2014

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    Right after the Industrial Revolution happened in London, a civil war broke out. Some rebelled against the monarchy while the others fought for them.
    A particular man, who shall not be named, least his heritage be shamed for his acts, was a genius; he was an inventor, as well.
    He created useful household objects that made life easier, usually, but when the war broke out and he lost his eldest son to it, he began to turn his creations to arms. He supported the rebels, so he gave his new weapons to them. It was a costly mistake...
    He created a bomb so powerful, it would tear the ground apart and kill everything in a certain radius. Without question, the rebels used it; its power was despairingly underestimated.
    It distrupted the entire world, sending great cracks through the crust. The ocean flooded them, toppling great mountains and filling the skies with dust and debris.
    When it finally settled, only a handful of people survived. They were shocked and disdraught at what mankind had done. They rounded up the remaining animals and people and began to rebuild... A city in the clouds...
    They used airships to travel around; some of the best pilots in the history of humankind were born. Life began to become a joy again...

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