Concept Art: The Rise of the Monumetals (xix)

xix. The Land of the Beekeepers

Unlike the world that will consume his future and help him architect his revenge against the MainFrame, Vin Anteros was not born in a technocratic society. Far away from the rise of the MainFrame and the classification of citizens, he was born in the Land of the Beekeepers. An ancient world locked deep in the forests of Irina, the Land of the Beekeepers was a labyrinth of trees and  myths. The villagers build a secret province on the trees.

In years to come, the forest was burnt and destroyed to mine coal for the energy hungry generators of Tolchak.

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Concept Art: The Rise of the Monumetals (xxxi)

xxxi. The Dieu Generator

The Dieu Generators are the prime energy source of NeonGuards‘ base planet, Ceres. The three ultra docks of Ceres are fueled using Promethium, mined from Kronus. Ceres‘ close proximity to this mining planet has helped to keep the Dieu Generators working through the collapse of the MainFrame.

The technocratic society is on the verge of the War of Xion. Seven new Dieu Generators have been commissioned on Ceres. The dark clouds are moving in.

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Concept Art: The Rise of the Monumetals (xxii)

xxii. The LowerLands of Arohan

Not much of the early years of the Jamodoras are in Active Memory. The history of the LowerLands is shielded in masks of myths and shadow stories. A land so segregated from the rest of the New World, that its very remembrance seems like a memory plant. That world existed without the need for TechnoAdvances. Arohan was human’s resilience to act in an OffWorld. The Jamodoras had colonized most of the land animals and they lived in a harmonious relationship with its environment. They lived by an ancient code of honour, believing in old rituals and  mysterious gods.

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