Driven by a loose coalition of surviving communities, The Collect works to rebuild the world from the remnants of what survived the infection, and the collapse that followed.
Guided by a goal of learning and understanding their history, this book is their first effort at printing various local histories that The Collect agents have gathered as they travel the world in search of those who would join them, or do them harm.
Finally with the means to publish and distribute large scale written material reclaimed, they release Primarius One, a book that details their current knowledge of the now infamous Daily Party, as well as examples of those who lived and struggled during the outbreak and the years that followed.
Now delivered to each branch of The Collect headquarters, this book has become required reading for the survivors as a means of instilling a sense of community and appreciation of history, which the leaders of The Collect believe to be important to those who remain.
An epistolary novel, written from a historical-biographical viewpoint, this book is treated as an official release by a fictitious future world that has only just started to get back on its feet after decades of decline.