Following the Transcendence Wars (2300-2310 CE), Terra became an inhospitable world compared to its pre-war state. Regardless, huamnity was forced to eek out an existence there with most survivors of that conflict either perishing, fleeing the planet, or withdrawing into a collective neo-fiefdom established by the technological elite of the pre-war megacorporations. This neo-fiefdom was created out of the necessity to survive and eventually evolved into the Placeholder Faction: Transcendentalists Exists in: Realspace More and The term "Tangle" refers specifically to the mass of humanity on Terra that resides between the three mile tall Techspire and the Barrier which acts as the final dividing line between the Tangle and t... More over the next ~300 years. Meanwhile other powerful entities established off world colonies on favorable planets within reasonable Nulldrive range … including Placeholder Faction: Protectorate of the Lorespire Exists in: Realspace Header Image Planet Jastica Prism, Composite A.I. Generated More (homeworld of the Lorespire) and Placeholder Faction: Protectorate of the Warspire Exists in: Realspace Header Image Planet Esdia e4, Composite A.I. Generated More (homeworld of the Warspire).
Beyond the protectorate of the Techspire (beyond the The Barrier is the outermost wall surrounding the Tangle. It separates the Tangle and Techspire on Terra from the inhospitable environments of the Zone. The Barrier is tall enough such that very few s... More) Terra is a deeply wounded planet on the mend. It is scarred with the remnants of high yield megaton craters, wild zones of null anomalies that resulted from uncontrolled research, and still active automated warchines that stalk the landscape. Little flora or fauna remain, but nature refuses to be subdued and parts of Terra are beginning to sustain life. All of Terra is off limits to all citizens, though rumors are that primitive villages and enclaves exist beyond the prying eyes of the Techspire.
Faction: Protectorate of the Techspire
Exists in: Realspace
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