Howrse RP Idea I - The Ultimate EndThe end of the world. It seems so far away, doesn't it? Well, it did. You see, it's been ending for some time. What with all the changes recently. Let me tell you a story.There's no use trying to find where it started. That's like trying to find the exact place the ocean and the land meet; indefinite, always changing.But I guess some contributing factors have been the political instability, and the second civil war in the States, and the reflecting separations in Australia and the North African Empire. And then there was a period of peace, unstable peace where many starved to death because of the splits.And disease. They say the Red Flu started in the country of Texas-New Mexico. It wiped out many across the world, but it hit New York, San Francisco, and Beijing the hardest. And then there was here. It killed almost everyone here.And then, with the whole world suffering starvation and disease, the Fire War wiped out so many more. The Bombs of Fire scorched many cities around the wo
Awake...Consciousness flickered like a candle. Slowly, so slowly, it burned brighter, returning from a darkness that seemed eternal. He wondered why his rescuer came so soon, only what seemed a few minutes after. But as his memory rebooted, he recalculated. A few months, maybe. Too short for a year.He felt like he was being lifted carefully from the gooey, warm sea of sleep by a giant crane. Now he was at the surface.He opened his eyes and shut them against in the glaring light. Now he could see the light blaring red through his eyelids. By feel, he still seemed to be in the Cryo-bed."Dun ink i's juzuh wer satue." Someone said. A girl's voice. It gave the impression that if it was singing, it would be directly on pitch; unlike some, who had an off-key tone. The off-keyness seemed to come with certain accents, but this girl's accent was the opposite.He opened his eyes again to find the speaker. This time the light wasn't so harsh. She was out of sight at the moment."Se, I's obent i's ays!"
Green's PointThe sun rose, in habit, from behind the dark mountains, the sky brightening to the chilly almost-white blue. The sun rose and looked over the long valley, brightening the shades on the mountains and coloring the forests green. The hills' upper slopes were mottled with Douglas firs and Bay Laurels, and wide swaths of yellowed grass in patches among them, rimmed with the mossy Oaks.Fog poured in over Berry Summit, a great drape of ragged white cloth covering the low chink in the ridge, pouring down into the bowl of cloud that filled the lower half part of the mountains like a cup of wine, blanketing it in a fluffy white comforter. And as the golden sun peeked over the top of the clouds, it shone on them with its brilliant light, making a magnificent crown almost rivaled only by the richest kings' most elaborate crowns.The great beauty of the sunrise was lost to many, though the cluster of houses strewn by Lord Ellis summit had one of the best views. However, in Green's Point, a bunchy