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The End: The Dogs of War

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"When he broke the second seal, I heard the second animal shout, 'Come.' And out came another horse, bright red, and its rider was given this duty: to take away peace from the earth and set people killing each other." -The Book of Revelation

When the first seal broke, releasing Pestilence across the world, the people of Washington, D.C. were spared. The “Modern Alexandria” of the west was barely touched by the Gold virus. But when the second seal was broken, Washington, D.C. became the home of the Second Horseman of the Apocalyopse: War.

War slipped into the fabric of Washington with ease. Disciplined soldiers, honorable generals, and politicians dedicated to peace became the playthings of War. With these people, War took peace from the Earth. When the End came, and the wars stopped, those few who knew of War’s existence breathed a great sigh of relief. But when The End came, all contact with Washington was cut off.

Now Washington is rising from the ashes with War at its helm. With God gone, what power on Earth can stop War’s relentless advance?

 

God May be Dead, but War is Just Getting Started...
 
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