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MARS4

By ValorB

Action / Scifi

Introduction

 

Welcome to a World unlike our Own, Mobius.

This is a World filled with Ancient Lore, Magic and Adventure. A World brimming with Unique Races and Civilizations.

A World, for over seventeen years, has known nothing but Conflict, Depraved Villainy, and Unflinching Heroism.

The likes of Sonic the Hedgehog, Miles 'Tails' Prower, and Knuckles the Echidna call this world home. They defend it against all comers who threaten its peace and stability. Against overwhelming odds and in the face of such unparalleled evil that only they could hope to defeat it.

But this story is not about the Super Heroes of Mobius.

This story is about a Soldier. One of the few hundreds who could remember the smoke and fire of the Great War. A Veteran who was captured, humiliated and robotized by Ivo Robotnik at the start of his reign.

This is a story about how a Mobiun who has sacrificed everything he wanted to be, for the betterment on a Kingdom of Acorn. Only now to have that Kingdom become a Republic.

The level of disgust Jerry felt only matched his hatred for Overlanders.

Jerry. That was his name. Corporal Jerry Tyson. A Veteran Scout of the Great War, decorated for valor and bravery.

That was what the shadowy MARS Program was interested in.

When he walked into the Bar, he was already flagged as a potential recruit. His military record pulled for review. What known associates he had questioned.

Before they were even finished with their inquires, they knew they had exactly what they looking for.

Someone who was skilled. Someone who was adaptable. Trainable. Unrelenting and Fearless. He had no immediate family, and what 'friends' he did have were still in the Republic of Acorn in which he despised.

They had no idea where he was, nor, at the time, did they care.

This was someone they needed.

Someone who, in that grand-scheme of the world of Mobius, who was unknown, unimportant, and would not be missed if they failed.

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