Concept Art: Tartarus

Long before becoming the supreme commander of the NeonGuards, Vin Anteros was the prime architect of Tartarus. He created the new world and the new order out of the ruins of the garden satellite.

Tartarus was initially created as a balance to the mechanical world. It was the last of nature’s refuse. A sanctuary for the oldest of the species. The high priests of Arhats lived here guarding the forests, invoking the ancient spirits of nature. But the greed of the MainFrame grew. They sent miners to Tartarus. For years it  was heavily mined to supply fuel for the Mega TechCore, the halo to MainFramers’ newer reaches. And then abandoned.

Thousands of worn out miners were left stranded. Anteros was allowed to leave but he refused. The blueprint of a newer world was imprinted on his nascent mind. The helplessness and cruelly of the Mainframers cut deep into his psyche.

In the years to come, he planned and commissioned the elaborate standing defense of Tartarus. His fields of turrets replaces the sunflowers. The NeonBlasters replaced the butterflies. A race deeply seeped in hatred and seeking vengeance was born. Out of the pristine and  fertile land of Tartarus grew the martial race of the NeonGuards.

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