In-Progress Projects

They say that everything becomes more hopeful when it is not supposed to be. Would it be the same in our rotten nation?

Ten years before, there was a war between the government and the people of the nation called the Crusade. With the scientific and technological developments of the country, it launches a propaganda to rid the nation of their religious and “pathetic” beliefs on spiritual deities. But mostly of the minor provinces, who clings to this part of their culture to live in peace, were enraged with this decision, and so the bloodshed started to rid the nation of such “heartless” people.

One of the most important military families of Exousia held the most information that keeps the propaganda alive, and with the war brewing, they had a lot of pursuers behind their tails. But one day, they were cornered in the records library, the room that held everyone’s intellectual, physical, and emotional information, which was made for medical purposes. In an attempt to turn the room to a sanctuary, the youngest member of the family modified information in the library.

She was successful, but it brought on an unpleasant aftermath.

After that incident, the nation decided to keep everyone back in line by implementing a strict policy against memories and emotions to avoid such incident to happen to anyone, and with their scientific advances, it wasn’t hard to do. Changes like yearly memory erasure and microchip implant for information gathering became common, and genetic enhancements became a trend. The results seem satisfactory at first, but then it started spawning “irregularities” among the populace, usually psychological deficiencies that were a lot worse than what they tried to avoid.

Sirius was among those irregularities.

Bearing no memories of her past or her family after all those years, which is common after all those changes, she realized she was different when it all started going back to her in short, choppy visions despite the yearly memory erasures. At first she considers these mere products of imagination, but when curiosity and her desire to know the truth got the better of her, she snuck in the records library to see if they were all true.

That deed was considered information theft, and so she was dragged to jail as soon as the police got their hands on her. After a year of her stay in the prison, she got transferred to a different cell as part of a routine. When she started meeting people she wasn’t expecting to meet — a fellow convict with a strange case and the daughter of the head general among other people — she realizes that the transfer might actually make things either better or worse for her, for the past seems to creep into the present in a way she didn’t like.


There is not much choice for me in this journey. It’s only either death or safety.

Feia, a half-elf and a half-human, desired none of the war between the two races she originated from. After her parents died in the middle of the war, she was left with no family and nowhere to run to, for no side wants to accept her and her biracial origin. All she wished was anything but death and discrimination.

One day, as she got stuck in another feud between the two sides, she was rescued by a mysterious person who promised acceptance and a safe haven in exchange for her service as a negotiator to a secret group aiming to make peace between the two lands. But as the risk of death and the increasing rate of discrimination and hatred looms in, her travels back and forth the human and elven lands couldn’t get any more dangerous.

As she meets new friends, deal with rebellions and opposing forces, and talk her way into pleasing both sides, she starts to make a significance she don’t know she’d be making for the lands of her origin.

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