On January 23, 2062 scientist from around the eastern hemisphere, also known as The East, were working on a new kind of nuclear bomb. They accidentally launched the bomb into Idaho destroying all of it and some of Montana, Canada, and other surrounding states. Millions were killed or injured, millions more permanently homeless. Spies from The West, hired by America to spy on The East, said that the bomb was launched at Idaho purposely. America was furious and demanded retribution from the alliance of The West. The West launched a bomb aimed at Beijing where the bomb that hit Idaho had come from. And so the war began.
December 1, 2063, The West’s Council of Science had a meeting in Bolivia where there main science base was. The West tasked the scientists with creating a new bomb, a more powerful bomb, to launch on The East. As ever...
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