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It's been over five years since the dead began to rise, and an overwhelming force of demonic enemies are running rampant in the streets. The population of undead are growing and constantly on the move, but can humanity survive such a deadly plague? Or is it already too late?
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Astrid sighed softly as she walked through the pretty woodlands, watching the evening turn into night. Previously, light pollution masked the sky's natural lights beyond sight. Now the sky was littered with starlight even this early into the night. Through the dark but colorful sky the quarter moon glowed faintly, growing stronger as the sun sank further down behind the horizon. The human girl watched it for a moment, smiling at it's familiar beauty. Sometimes she liked to pretend that there was a lady in the moon who watched over her and kept her safe from the bad people in the world. Childish and maybe a little weird, but it's not like anyone besides her knew about it. Besides, being alone for long enough made such a thing seem completely normal.
She needed a place to stay for the night, and she needed to find one as soon as possible. She supposed if she couldn't find a building she could climb a tree or something, which would protect her from wandering lessers, right? She didn't think she'd be able to stay up in the tree as she fell asleep. She didn't know what else to do if she didn't find a place to stay for the night, though.
Like a deus ex machina, Astrid suddenly saw a building in the distance, though she couldn't really make out what it was for a moment. A cabin? It was incredibly isolated, making her fairly curious about it. Slowly, she began making her way towards it, observing for movement or signs of other people.