Their First Attempt at a Settlement
Safe Haven is going to try a permanent settlement in Georgia. Every soul in their camp is ready for the break. They have traveled for more than nine months since the apocalypse. Now, they can finally quit living out of trucks and try to rebuild what they've lost. The promised luxuries the descendants are going to exhume from the ashes of society will make life once again enjoyable. Except More horror is coming.
Radiation, Refugees, and Revenge
"The refugees swept across the country, fleeing nature's relentless attacks. Innocent and corrupt alike, they arrived at our mountain den with illnesses we couldn't treat, with crimes on their hands that we wouldn't condone. They surrounded us with their misery, ramming our gates with trucks and waves of gunfire. Even the innocent refugees took all we had to give, begging until we had almost nothing left for ourselves, but still we tried to help them. We brought vast numbers inside, only to be betrayed. You can't imagine our horror. Customs were shunned, kindness was mocked, and the fragile peace began to crumble. That's when then things got ugly." -Samantha Moore, SH Council.
Surrounded by desperate refugees and new dangers, Safe Haven must now make the hardest choice of anyone during an apocalypse: Do they stay and fight for their settlement, or do they run and try to be grateful that they at least have their lives?
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