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The Thousand Years War

By Angel Medina All Rights Reserved ©

Adventure / Scifi

Blurb

Four people in Brooklyn N.Y. who know little about each other and backgrounds that could not be any more different. A normal winter day for these four regular joes will turn into a full-fledged adventure that will determine the fate of the Earth with one twist. That twist is that there is a virtual world that looks, smells and feels like Earth and whatever happens in this virtual world happens on Earth, A great evil has decided to use this world for it's purpose to take over Earth for himself. These four regular joes will turn from normal everyday joes into Earth's only hope as they try to prevent an alien race called the gloobas from taking over the world using virtual reality as a weapon. Get ready for an action packed adventure where the enemies are not human and watch our heroes explore a virtual world that will break the rules of nature and science. Little do our heroes know they will fight in a war that was once fought over one thousand years ago and the time has come again for the war to commence once again hence the name Thousand Years War. Prepare for an adventure where anything that can happen will happen!

Prologue

In the mountains of the Himalayas only complete silence can be heard. Then a thunderstorm begins, rain pours in, gusty winds begin to pick up. Then a very loud boom is heard. However still no one is to be seen remotely close. Then a mysterious white light shows up in the dark black cumulonimbus clouds, while the rain is still falling it mysteriously can’t be heard anymore. Then a loud voice is heard, one that could only be one of a god….

“Thousands of years ago around 250 BC an Elder God known as Neropos who was in charge of protecting the earth along with me betrayed me and earth itself. Instead of using his powers to protect the people of earth, he used his powers for evil. He gave birth to a new people but only taught them how to hate, destroy and rule with an iron fist. He sent these evil forces into earth to cause death and destruction, these people included the Huns, Attila the Hun, the Visigoths, the Goths, the Roxolani tribe and other barbarian people. As a result the once beautiful empire of Rome, one that represented peace and unity on earth was destroyed by Neropos and his soldiers of evil. The earth was plunged into centuries of darkness, the earth had become pure evil the inhabitants only thought of themselves, they would kill amongst themselves and Neropos had the world under his mercy. In 1015 BC I waged a war against Neropos and his forces of evil. I was successful in my war, thereafter I banished Neropos to the netherworld where he would suffer for all of eternity. Now after a thousand years after his defeat Neropos has managed to break out of his confines in the netherworld. Neropos has created a virtual copy of earth itself in which he intends to use to take over earth quietly with nobody being the wiser. I wish I could defeat Neropos myself and while I managed to get a fraction of my forces into the world in order to keep earth protected; Neropos has built a spiritual shield to keep all the forces of heaven out and myself included, so that means the purest spiritual being cannot enter this virtual world only the most malicious spirits are allowed in. The only other force that can enter are actual mortals but the warp to this world must be found and only the chosen ones can see it. The people of Earth have no idea that they are in great danger just like their roman ancestors that were eradicated. The war is now being fought once again but only this time it can only be won by mortals.”

The white light disappears and the rain can once again be heard.

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