The Mayan Prophecy Game@The-Mayan-Prophecy.groups.io
Group DescriptionAn original Post-Apocalyptic RPG featuring original characters with elements of Children of Men and Stephen King’s The Stand mixed in.
In this game, which takes place in 2012, the world as we know it has come to an end. On December 21st, 2012, disaster swept across the country. Natural disasters including tsunamis, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tornadoes left the world nearly destroyed. Strange weather occurring where it should not.
By December 25th, Christmas Day, most of the population was dead but the earth itself seemed to cease its revolt and calm down. Strange weather remained, however, leaving the United States a mixture of desert in the west and tropical areas of light rain in the east.
For those that survived the horrors of those four days, the tragedy did not end there. The majority of the female population became ill almost immediately afterwards. Was it due to pollution in the drinking supply? Was it some sort of illness that affected only women? The solution was never discovered, but most died before January 1st.
Now, it’s January 2013, a new year and all that remains of this world are scattered individuals, none of whom know one another. Most domesticated animals are dead and the wild ones are scarce. How will man kind survive? Radios and cell phones no longer work. The televisions are all dead. No signals have been sent out.
Join the game and decide: Will you travel to find other survivors? Will you wait to be found? Is this may be the very end of mankind or just a new beginning?
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