There's a rumor that in Montana, people are gathering, what
few of us there are left, to start a new civilization--to
start from scratch and rebuild our world. This new city is
called HAVEN, for it would be a safe haven for all of mankind.
So, I did the only thing I could do. My children and I, we
collected what little we had and headed out to find this city
of dreams. The problem with this adventure was, the only way
we could get there was to go straight though Corpseland.
Corpseland is where some of the Unlucky Survivors remained.
See, not everyone who got The Sickness died. Those poor souls
who lived through the illness, well, their bodies survived,
but their minds didn't. The best way to describe them would
simply be to call them Zombies.
No, not like in the movies. They aren't stiff-legged and
don't eat your brains, at least not specifically. They have
just lost most rational thought and have reverted to a primal
state. That makes them very vicious and very dangerous--much
like a pack of wild animals. And there are more of them than
there are of us.
When the time comes and we have to make our way through
that hell hole, we'll be lucky if we make it out of there with
our lives. But first, we have to head into Airepseh, the
neighboring town, for supplies that we'll need for the
journey. We've just about cleaned everything out of this town
during the past few years. We also have to meet up with my
brother and our two sisters, as we are all going to Haven,
My brother, Richard, had traveled to Airepseh after the
rest of his family passed from the sickness and discovered
that our mother had also died. Our father, however, had
survived, but had become one of the Unlucky Survivors. Tina
and Rose (our sisters) had locked father in a room, hoping
that he would eventually get well, but Richard knew better. He
chained our father up and took him to the outskirts of
Corpseland and released him into the town. There, he will
wander aimlessly with the other Unlucky Survivors, until the
end of his days.