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In the not too distant future, the earth has experienced a radical environmental change spawned by The Great War. Radioactive fallout has polluted all of the world's surface air. Because of this mankind has taken to the skies, creating habitable Sky Cities & Air Ships high above the clouds where the only clean air remains. The few surviving Countries now govern the Air above their lands as well as the scorched earth below. The surface and its harsh world relegated to mining for what's left of the world's resources. Those of less financial stature suffer as mining servants under the control of a powerful corporation in charge of it all: FEATHERSTONE. International trade now depends on cargo ships that soar amongst the clouds providing power and supplies to the housing ships that have become the new 'cities' of the world. This heavily controlled network has created a dark underworld of thieves and black market sky pirates who run illegal goods for the highest bidder. If you need something transported under the radar, you hire one of these pirates. And if you want the best, you hire LUCAS McCOY and his ship: THE FALCON. STORY SYNOPSIS McCoy & his crew are hired by an anonymous source to transport a mysterious package down to the most dangerous place on the planet: Ground Level. A treacherous trek leading below the Grey Zone where the polluted skies mix in a violent display of lighting and wind. A no man's land for thieves, murderers and smugglers. To make the delivery, McCoy & his crew will have to fight their way past hired Featherstone guns, bounty hunters, and a mysterious assassin, to transport a package that may hold the key to the earth's only hope for a new beginning. STEAMPUNK Steampunk adopts the style of the 19th century scientific romances of Jules Verne, H.G. Wells, and Mary Shelley by creating a setting where steam power is still widely used and that incorporates elements of science fiction. Works of Steampunk often feature anachronistic technology, or futuristic innovations (such as airships, weapons, ect.) as Victorians might have envisioned them, based on a Victorian perspective on fashion, culture, architectural style, and art.