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During the crimes of the Third World War, chemical weapons reached an exponential level. The most common threat, psychological warfare. Gasses would be released country-wide and it would infect people's homes, giving them symptoms of paranoia, hallucinations, physical abnormalities, and much more. The worst side effect was that these diseases that were being transmitted were impetuous. They could be passed down the family line. Soon, the entire new generation of children were going to be infected with unimaginable kinds of malformations. But, in the year 2041, a scientist by the name of Howard J. Kline invented a remedy. It couldn't cure the adults, but it could stop the symptoms from being passed down into children.

Unfortunately, what Dr. Kline could not predict was where all of the poison would go. That is, until the First Cured-Birth. The whole world watched as two beautiful children were born safely, with no visible abnormalities between them. As the children got older, they were passed on and deemed successful, and the genetic mutations were made available to the public. It seemed, however, that the remedy enhanced the potential of twins. There had not been a single Cured-Birth where only one child was born. And, as each set of twins grew, it was clear that their personality traits were very different. While one child helped an elderly woman with her groceries, the other tore holes in all of her bags. Similar scenarios were being seen throughout the country. One twin expressed kind, peaceful, traits, while the other expressed more sinister ones. The world was quickly becoming more chaotic, and a solution needed to be proposed immediately.


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The President of the United States needed an answer for his people. He proposed two camps for these new children. One camp for the good twins, and one camps for the bad ones. They would be separated at birth, based on genetic studies that narrowed down exactly which twin would express generous traits, and which would express selfish ones. The hope was that they could study and develop the new children until they could figure out how to alter the Cured-Births and get rid of the poison all together. But, once a twin reached maturity, developments in their psyche halted. There was no more room for alterations. This made studying them further pointless. Twins from either camp were assessed for rehabilitation into society. Those who seemed as though they would accomplish more good then harm were sent back to live normal lives. Those who were deemed incurable were either drafted into the army or sent to work menial labor jobs. It was just supposed to be a temporary solution, while they figured out something more permanent. However, people grew comfortable with the solution, and many were afraid of altering the system. With other wars to be fought, the Cured-Births were put on the backburner, to be dealt with at a later time.


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The situation in the United States caused different kinds of reaction throughout the world. Some thought the country's children got what they deserved, as payment for their ancestors' sins. Some thought it wrong to segregate the children in the first place, since humans were born all different anyway. Certain lands, like Australia and France, launched rescue missions in an attempt to steal the twins and raise them in their own country, free from prejudice. This was met with hard steel and a miraculous military attempt, which ended with many casualties on both sides. The rest of the world took this as a sign that they should not involve themselves in US affairs. If the country burned, it was one less enemy for them. But, there were many factions within other countries that still despised what the Americans were trying to do, and they needed a strategy to stop them.

So, the Amber Rebellion began, silently. There were many divisions hidden throughout the US, with many supporters and funds from throughout the world. They planned to insert themselves into the camps, whether as workers or children themselves, and break it down from the inside. Many recruits were new parents who had born Cured children, and had no choice but to send them to the camps. They became factory cooks, or teachers, or counselors for the evil twins. The Amber Rebellion moved slowly, with the goal being to get as many mature twins out and free as possible, without alerting those doing the Sorting. If they could get enough, they could show the rest of the world that there were no good or evil twins, there were only humans who had been surrounded by a paranoid country. Like with any rebellion, the end was far from sight, and there were many ideas on ways to better the movement. Many groups failed to extricate any mature twins, and got themselves executed for treason in the process.

In the end, it was too risky for adults to infiltrate the camp without suspicion, and almost every camp employee was replaced with a government official to ensure top security. The only way to change things was through the twins themselves.


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Obviously, science had many flaws. One of those flaws happened to be the genetic analysis equipment that assessed the Cured twins at birth, to determine what traits they would possess. Unfortunately, many good twins were mistakenly sent to evil camps, and many evil twins were mistakenly sent to good camps. If discovered, these twins were deemed contaminated species and executed. They had to pretend to belong to whatever camp they had been put into, or it would all be over. Many wondered what their twin on the other side was like. Were they truly the exact opposite of each other, forced to live in each other's Hell forever? Was there more to what they had always been told? There had to be more than Good and Evil in the world, right?

There was only one way to find out. The twins needed to remain undetected until the Sorting, so they could finally be free of the camps.

Again, the Amber Rebellion had hope. If they could get the twins to make it through the Sorting, then they could join the Rebellion as living proof that the rest of the world had to see. There was more to them than some genetic disease. Leaders of the Mistakes were chosen, with one single mission: stay unseen.

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During the crimes of the Third World War, chemical weapons reached an exponential level. The most common threat, psychological warfare. Gasses would be released country-wide and it would infect people's homes, giving them symptoms of paranoia, hallucinations, physical abnormalities, and much more. The worst side effect was that these diseases that were being transmitted were impetuous. They could be passed down the family line. Soon, the entire new generation of children were going to be infected with unimaginable kinds of malformations. But, in the year 2041, a scientist by the name of Howard J. Kline invented a remedy. It couldn't cure the adults, but it could stop the symptoms from being passed down into children.

Unfortunately, what Dr. Kline could not predict was where all of the poison would go. That is, until the First Cured-Birth. The whole world watched as two beautiful children were born safely, with no visible abnormalities between them. As the children got older, they were passed on and deemed successful, and the genetic mutations were made available to the public. It seemed, however, that the remedy enhanced the potential of twins. There had not been a single Cured-Birth where only one child was born. And, as each set of twins grew, it was clear that their personality traits were very different. While one child helped an elderly woman with her groceries, the other tore holes in all of her bags. Similar scenarios were being seen throughout the country. One twin expressed kind, peaceful, traits, while the other expressed more sinister ones. The world was quickly becoming more chaotic, and a solution needed to be proposed immediately.


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The President of the United States needed an answer for his people. He proposed two camps for these new children. One camp for the good twins, and one camps for the bad ones. They would be separated at birth, based on genetic studies that narrowed down exactly which twin would express generous traits, and which would express selfish ones. The hope was that they could study and develop the new children until they could figure out how to alter the Cured-Births and get rid of the poison all together. But, once a twin reached maturity, developments in their psyche halted. There was no more room for alterations. This made studying them further pointless. Twins from either camp were assessed for rehabilitation into society. Those who seemed as though they would accomplish more good then harm were sent back to live normal lives. Those who were deemed incurable were either drafted into the army or sent to work menial labor jobs. It was just supposed to be a temporary solution, while they figured out something more permanent. However, people grew comfortable with the solution, and many were afraid of altering the system. With other wars to be fought, the Cured-Births were put on the backburner, to be dealt with at a later time.


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The situation in the United States caused different kinds of reaction throughout the world. Some thought the country's children got what they deserved, as payment for their ancestors' sins. Some thought it wrong to segregate the children in the first place, since humans were born all different anyway. Certain lands, like Australia and France, launched rescue missions in an attempt to steal the twins and raise them in their own country, free from prejudice. This was met with hard steel and a miraculous military attempt, which ended with many casualties on both sides. The rest of the world took this as a sign that they should not involve themselves in US affairs. If the country burned, it was one less enemy for them. But, there were many factions within other countries that still despised what the Americans were trying to do, and they needed a strategy to stop them.

So, the Amber Rebellion began, silently. There were many divisions hidden throughout the US, with many supporters and funds from throughout the world. They planned to insert themselves into the camps, whether as workers or children themselves, and break it down from the inside. Many recruits were new parents who had born Cured children, and had no choice but to send them to the camps. They became factory cooks, or teachers, or counselors for the evil twins. The Amber Rebellion moved slowly, with the goal being to get as many mature twins out and free as possible, without alerting those doing the Sorting. If they could get enough, they could show the rest of the world that there were no good or evil twins, there were only humans who had been surrounded by a paranoid country. Like with any rebellion, the end was far from sight, and there were many ideas on ways to better the movement. Many groups failed to extricate any mature twins, and got themselves executed for treason in the process.

In the end, it was too risky for adults to infiltrate the camp without suspicion, and almost every camp employee was replaced with a government official to ensure top security. The only way to change things was through the twins themselves.


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Obviously, science had many flaws. One of those flaws happened to be the genetic analysis equipment that assessed the Cured twins at birth, to determine what traits they would possess. Unfortunately, many good twins were mistakenly sent to evil camps, and many evil twins were mistakenly sent to good camps. If discovered, these twins were deemed contaminated species and executed. They had to pretend to belong to whatever camp they had been put into, or it would all be over. Many wondered what their twin on the other side was like. Were they truly the exact opposite of each other, forced to live in each other's Hell forever? Was there more to what they had always been told? There had to be more than Good and Evil in the world, right?

There was only one way to find out. The twins needed to remain undetected until the Sorting, so they could finally be free of the camps.

Again, the Amber Rebellion had hope. If they could get the twins to make it through the Sorting, then they could join the Rebellion as living proof that the rest of the world had to see. There was more to them than some genetic disease. Leaders of the Mistakes were chosen, with one single mission: stay unseen.

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During the crimes of the Third World War, chemical weapons reached an exponential level. The most common threat, psychological warfare. Gasses would be released country-wide and it would infect people's homes, giving them symptoms of paranoia, hallucinations, physical abnormalities, and much more. The worst side effect was that these diseases that were being transmitted were impetuous. They could be passed down the family line. Soon, the entire new generation of children were going to be infected with unimaginable kinds of malformations. But, in the year 2041, a scientist by the name of Howard J. Kline invented a remedy. It couldn't cure the adults, but it could stop the symptoms from being passed down into children.

Unfortunately, what Dr. Kline could not predict was where all of the poison would go. That is, until the First Cured-Birth. The whole world watched as two beautiful children were born safely, with no visible abnormalities between them. As the children got older, they were passed on and deemed successful, and the genetic mutations were made available to the public. It seemed, however, that the remedy enhanced the potential of twins. There had not been a single Cured-Birth where only one child was born. And, as each set of twins grew, it was clear that their personality traits were very different. While one child helped an elderly woman with her groceries, the other tore holes in all of her bags. Similar scenarios were being seen throughout the country. One twin expressed kind, peaceful, traits, while the other expressed more sinister ones. The world was quickly becoming more chaotic, and a solution needed to be proposed immediately.



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The President of the United States needed an answer for his people. He proposed two camps for these new children. One camp for the good twins, and one camps for the bad ones. They would be separated at birth, based on genetic studies that narrowed down exactly which twin would express generous traits, and which would express selfish ones. The hope was that they could study and develop the new children until they could figure out how to alter the Cured-Births and get rid of the poison all together. But, once a twin reached maturity, developments in their psyche halted. There was no more room for alterations. This made studying them further pointless. Twins from either camp were assessed for rehabilitation into society. Those who seemed as though they would accomplish more good then harm were sent back to live normal lives. Those who were deemed incurable were either drafted into the army or sent to work menial labor jobs. It was just supposed to be a temporary solution, while they figured out something more permanent. However, people grew comfortable with the solution, and many were afraid of altering the system. With other wars to be fought, the Cured-Births were put on the backburner, to be dealt with at a later time.



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The situation in the United States caused different kinds of reaction throughout the world. Some thought the country's children got what they deserved, as payment for their ancestors' sins. Some thought it wrong to segregate the children in the first place, since humans were born all different anyway. Certain lands, like Australia and France, launched rescue missions in an attempt to steal the twins and raise them in their own country, free from prejudice. This was met with hard steel and a miraculous military attempt, which ended with many casualties on both sides. The rest of the world took this as a sign that they should not involve themselves in US affairs. If the country burned, it was one less enemy for them. But, there were many factions within other countries that still despised what the Americans were trying to do, and they needed a strategy to stop them.

So, the Amber Rebellion began, silently. There were many divisions hidden throughout the US, with many supporters and funds from throughout the world. They planned to insert themselves into the camps, whether as workers or children themselves, and break it down from the inside. Many recruits were new parents who had born Cured children, and had no choice but to send them to the camps. They became factory cooks, or teachers, or counselors for the evil twins. The Amber Rebellion moved slowly, with the goal being to get as many mature twins out and free as possible, without alerting those doing the Sorting. If they could get enough, they could show the rest of the world that there were no good or evil twins, there were only humans who had been surrounded by a paranoid country. Like with any rebellion, the end was far from sight, and there were many ideas on ways to better the movement. Many groups failed to extricate any mature twins, and got themselves executed for treason in the process.

In the end, it was too risky for adults to infiltrate the camp without suspicion, since almost every camp employee was replaced with a government official to ensure top security. The only way to change things was through the twins themselves.



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Obviously, science had many flaws. One of those flaws happened to be the genetic analysis equipment that assessed the Cured twins at birth, to determine what traits they would possess. Unfortunately, many good twins were mistakenly sent to evil camps, and many evil twins were mistakenly sent to good camps. If discovered, these twins were deemed contaminated species and executed. They had to pretend to belong to whatever camp they had been put into, or it would all be over. Many wondered what their twin on the other side was like. Were they truly the exact opposite of each other, forced to live in each other's Hell forever? Was there more to what they had always been told? There had to be more than Good and Evil in the world, right?

There was only one way to find out. The twins needed to remain undetected until the Sorting, so they could finally be free of the camps.

Again, the Amber Rebellion had hope. If they could get the twins to make it through the Sorting, then they could join the Rebellion as living proof that the rest of the world had to see. There was more to them than some genetic disease. Leaders of the Mistakes were chosen, with one single mission: stay unseen.



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