The Red God
“I would not see our candle blown out in the wind. It is a small thing, this dear gift of life handed us mysteriously out of immensity. I would not have that gift expire… If I seem to be beating a dead horse again and again, I must protest: No! I am beating, again and again, living man to keep him awake and move his limbs and jump his mind… What’s the use of looking at Mars through a telescope, sitting on panels, writing books, if it isn’t to guarantee, not just the survival of mankind, but mankind surviving forever!” – Ray Bradbury
Mars, sometime during the 22nd century. Following the cataclysmic events of the collapse, Mars has been left isolated, divided, and ruined. Yet, as long as humanity survives, hope remains.
The Red God is set on a post-apocalyptic terraformed Mars where primal chaos intermingles with advanced technology, where ideologies of old fuse with ideals of the present. Countless factions, religions, beliefs, and interests will vie for wealth, influence and glory on a unique stage which brings out the best, and worse, in all.