After suffering from near-death experiences, six individuals from six different warring countries become psychically connected to one another. Chaos ensues.
Vitae ― the color of a soul. Present in things living and non-living. A source of energy.
Twelve countries utilize this energy source to power their lands. Individuals called Conductors can wield this power as weapons. As this energy source becomes scarce, war begins to brew on the horizon. In the midst of this rising conflict, six individuals from the different nations suddenly find themselves psychically connected with each other.
A prince, a swindler, a soldier, a pirate, a chieftain’s daughter, a peacekeeper. Feelings, memories, loyalties, self ― all are called into question.
An assassination attempt, a border conflict, a missing peacekeeper, a shootout, a political upheaval ― how are these dots connected?
A psychological, dieselpunk fantasy type deal.
Olivier Chance. Ariesian prince. Orphan. Deadpan snarker. An apathetic adolescent with a past that literally follows him wherever he goes. Can actually…?
Cadence Morello. Geminian swindler. Works for the underground. A charismatic, affable person who plays people like cards. Thinks politics are a pastime for the wealthy. Dreams are worth sacrificing even people for.
Werner Waltz. Capricornian soldier. First Lieutenant. Nicknamed ‘Cold Eye’. Cold, calculating, critical. Appearances are everything. Nothing is left to chance.
Atiena Imamu. Daughter of sixth chieftain of Virgo. Bibliophile. Florist. Despises conflict and enjoys analyzing people and teasing them. Struggles between what she believes is right and what she believes is right for her people. Is secretly…?
Maria Gloria-Fernandez. Pirate from unknown lands. Self-proclaimed adventurer. Extreme solipsist. The world is made just for her to explore.
Jericho. An overseer and peacekeeper from the central state. Odd, blunt, straightforward with an almost quirkily stoic demeanor. Does not seem to pick up on social cues. A storm of rage seems to be bubbling just beneath the surface.
> What? What about me “about me”?
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