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As human history progressed and the political and military tension between now independent countries grew, the production of nuclear weapons was halted, being instead substituted by a self-defense philosophy, in which common civilians were actively encouraged to own weapons, fight and even kill attackers. Said countermeasure was inherited and modified by the next generations, who built a culture of heavy combat emphasized on style. In a world filled with serial killers, gangs, human trafficking, gun-running, and more, military enforcers cannot be trusted, sadists and racists join private military companies to get the chance to kill legally, and previously harmless townsfolk create their own rules of who live and die.Flash forward to the present, people mainly rely on biological augmentations and morph weapons to enhance their abilities, while trying to survive and rebuild their society and memory. However, many believe it has become a world that no longer can be saved. To make matters worse, the recent generation is now trapped in a reality in which monsters, incomprehensible and madness-inducing entites, broke free and now roam freely in their world through inter-dimensional rifts...
|Kasla from What If||Neil from Right to Die: Bleed Black||Sōseki from Right to Die: Reign Ruins||Josh from Right to Die: Ghast Glass
|Skuld from The Loneliest Skeleton of Hell||Uriel from Me Versus You||Mion from Lethologica||Verrine from Unfurl
|Tori from Doomsday Party||Sesha from Time Heals Nothing||Deva from Stream of Consciousness||Sitara from The Baroness
|The Wanderer from Open Minded||Melisende from Afraid of the Dark||Roman from Last||Marie-Louis from Annihilation
|Leo from City of Skulls||Tamara from Needles and Pins||Eris from Year Eight||Hisa from Dead Among Women
|The Death Scythe is Nevan Halford's trademark weapon, appearing together with her in all of her appearances. In its dormant state, it looks like a gory-themed scythe with a goat skeleton on its top that is capable of shrieking in pain, screaming and laughing. It is also called Endoskeleton, or by the short Endoskull and Endo, in The Loneliest Skeleton of Hell, in which it takes the appearance of a walking skeleton of human mannerisms and a female voice, acting as the deuteragonist of the story and mentor to Isleen Skuld.|
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