Stare Into The Abyss

posted: 12th Aug, 2007 - updated: 1st Feb, 2013

Intro

'Stare Into the Abyss', SITA for short, is a sub-setting of Sciror. This sub-setting advances the timeline past 20,000 AD, after the rise of the Supremacy (human-machine empire), and introduces the 'Psidemic' scenario. Psidemic is a 'grand scenario', an alternate universe version of Sciror. it is one possible future of Sciror. It is very grimdark in flavour, and deals with the fall of the Supremacy, the loss of billions of human colonies, untold deaths of the hands of demons of the Id, and the rise of a new Empire based of Roman mythology.

For more information: Sciror Hub Page

Forum discussion over on Troll Forged Miniatures: Thoughts On Grimdark

Future Architecture

This is my ideas for the near future development of architecture in the western world (and eventually the rest of the wrold). It's re-imagining city planing into something that makes sense, gives everyone what they want, while also being 'reasonable' enough that many coould suspend their disbelief. We start with 'Block Space Diagrams' to explain the core concepts and ethos behind the designs, before moving onto the designs themselves.

Ecorium

These are human run, self-contained habitats with full life support, food production and recycling. Each Ecorium is 300mx300m and supports 1,260 people for a population density of 9000-19440 sq/Km, but the density of 36,000-77760 sq/Km at three layers (180 floors) 1.2km in height is possible. Most Ecorium are deep underground and are nuke proof and immune to bio-attack agents.

Humans live a 'rural existence' within the Ecorium.

Many Ecorium are combined to form super massive Ecopolis. The AG Corp. via AG Comms. are infrastructure support.

Archetypes

This is a collection of Archetype building blocks for Warspike sci-fi game worlds. Still in it's prototype stages.

 

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