Synopses & Reviews
Two hundred years after a devastating asteroid penetrated the Earth, causing a mass global extinction on the majority of life that inhabited the world, mankind had survived, steadily rebuilding towards civilisation. Fresh fruit and clean water are precious commodities in this new bleak world, where the sky is never clear, always hampered by a horizon of smog and sickly clouds. Most survivors of this cataclysmic event live their lives robbed of formal education, and the teachings of what is morally right and morally wrong. A humble doctor by the name of William Samson, in a settlement called Ipton, trades some of his medical items with a travelling vender in return for some fresh apples, and the knowledge that these apples came from the D.T.U. controlled city of New Haven which housed a secret underground industrial sized water purifying machine. With a merciless southern warlord named Arch-Tiberius creeping ever northwards towards Ipton and the D.T.U. controlled territories, Dr. Samson takes this as his opportunity to venture further up north to New Haven. However, having never been to the city before, the doctor decides to hire a guide, Robert Charlton, to take him to his destination, so that he may seek out his pure water fantasy away from the chaos that the southern warlord spearheaded.