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located in Estellas, a part of The Illegal Generation, one of the many universes on RPG.


This is the ancient underground secret library in which Prelude only knows of until it becomes the childrens base of operations


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Character Portrait: Prelude Character Portrait: Shinon N.O.A
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"It is now the year 2149, in a world where adults and children are at war with each other...

How did this happen? No one knows. Only that it’s been the past is the present and that they, well some don't want it to be the future. The children were separated and segregated into different cites forced to live apart from the adults. In a place called Project 21. There are rumors that Project 21 was once a beautiful place with adults and children getting along. Perhaps this was before the town became called Project 21. But, really no one know it for a fact.

You see Project 21 has no history. History? What even is that word? It’s unfathomable in a place where there are no teachers, and books aren't allowed. Why, to be caught with one could mean certain death! The child would no longer be there with the next scanner’s visit. The scanners are run by the military. The military is only adults; the entire world is ruled by the military. Therefore, it’s all run by adults.

The children are either all orphans abandoned by their parents to the military's experiments, or lost their parents in a long forgotten memory. They are all imprisoned in a giant labyrinth of a town, forced to do the bidding of the greedy adults. They are not allowed imaginations or even Individuality! For a while it seemed like there was no hope for the children of Project 21. Well that was until a boy arose out of nowhere and he alone stood up to the unfairness that the adults created!

They called him The Resistor a boy with power over technology. NO one knows what he looked like, or even his age. However, he was rumored to have been the only child who ever set foot on the legendary adult city! But...

Something happened and one day the Resistor vanished. No one knew where he went a people soon forgot their savior and the world returned to how it was before he appeared maybe even worse….

Some say that the Resistor may one day! Return and free all the orphans of Project 21 and stop the war once and for all....

“AWE!~ He's sounds like such a wonderful person!~ Heehee"

Prelude closed the loosely woven pages of the forbidden object that was long ago given the name of book. The story was true books were banned but that didn't stop her from reading them. Here no one not any adults not even any child, well except for her, knew of the existence of them. Here her sanctuary the Underground Library. Estellas~

Estellas could only be reached by following an ancient tunnel way, way down below the church. The Church was Prelude's home for about as long as she could remember. There was one odd thing about Prelude that made her more unique than any other child in Project 21. Preludes parents hadn't abandoned her. They fought to the end like heroes and they were punished for their kindness to the children. Prelude closed her eyes biting her lip a little.

No... She wouldn't think of such a sad moment…. Why?

"Because the Resistor will return one day and save us!" She exclaimed excitedly.

Suddenly a flash of light came from all around her and she opened her eyes wide. Her bracelet a "token" of sorts that all children were forced to wear went off. It was a warning. She had to get up stairs immediately. Quick as a flash she replaced the book to its shelf and scrambled back into the secret passage. She climbed up into the church's main area settling herself in a pile of flowers as the scanners came by her windows.

The scanners were giant lights sent from above that told the Adults how many children were there and their exact locations. If any child was out of place when the scanners went off... well they were never heard from again. Prelude shuddered at the thought and collected some flowers standing up. Her bracelet faded back to normal which meant the scanners had passed. It was not completely safe yet, but the scanners never stayed long. They did their job quick and simple. She smiled glad that it was over, but clenched the flowers close. No one knew if a child had failed....until they were gone. She prayed that none of them were taken this time.

Prelude went to the door and looked out. Her cyan eyes were wide as she saw a few other children peering out windows and doors into the crazy aligned streets of Project 21. They must have all been wondering the same thing.

Did everyone survive?