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It was once acknowledged to be the “war to finish all wars,” yet after all, the thousands who died within the trenches of France have been not anything greater than a speck—a germ—in the genuine international struggle that left state after country devastated. The Spanish Influenza (known colloquially to survivors as purely “The Spain”) killed the next percent of its sufferers than the desktop weapons raking No Man’s Land. through the tip of 1918 (hereafter known as 12 months One), the earth had back to a medieval country, plague survivors amassing in xenophobic barricaded villages, hiding from others, attacking the susceptible, and consistently residing in worry of a go back of The Spain.
It used to be the U.S. army that preserved a few semblance of civilization. because the plague unfold, quarantined army bases fought off diseased attackers after which eventually took to the sky in a fleet of airships. one after the other, the captains and admirals fanned out, searching for areas to restore society.
It used to be Admiral Constantine who first settled Camelot, and it was once his son, Admiral Uther, who introduced it to energy with the ability of his 3 airships. however it was once Arthur—the unlikeliest of heroes—who grew to become the land on its head and created what may possibly really be referred to as a civilized world.
Excerpt from the foreword of Admiral Arthur, First between Equals
By Jeffrey Monmouth, courtroom Historian, Camelot