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Rule of Thr3e trilogy is an amazing series.

The power in the entire world goes out, and you get to follow the main characters as they try to rebuild society against rogue militaries, starvation, disease, and internal revolutions.

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10 minutes ago, Raider5678 said:

Rule of Thr3e trilogy is an amazing series.

The power in the entire world goes out, and you get to follow the main characters as they try to rebuild society against rogue militaries, starvation, disease, and internal revolutions.

That sounds pretty cool! Any more info on it?

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11 minutes ago, Fishyboi said:

That sounds pretty cool! Any more info on it?

Rule of Three by Eric Walters.

All three books have been published. Each around 400 pages.

 

First one follows the initial creation of the city state.

The second one follows an internal coup attempt against the city states rulers.

The third one follows a war breaking out between the city state and a rouge army.

 

 

https://www.amazon.com/Rule-Three-Eric-Walters/dp/0374355029

 

 

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Just now, Raider5678 said:

Rule of Three by Eric Walters.

All three books have been published. Each around 400 pages.

 

First one follows the initial creation of the city-state.

The second one follows an internal coup attempt against the city-states rulers.

The third one follows a war breaking out between the city-state and a rogue army.

 

 

 

Wow, that sounds very interesting. It might give me some inspiration, but I'll have to read more into it to find out!

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18 minutes ago, Moontanman said:

This book is one of my long time favs. 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiero's_Journey

Ooohhh, I may try that soon. I haven't seen many books on nuclear apocalypses, other than Fallout and all those AAA titles. It's a type of apocalypse not many indie games I know about use or talk about, other than Nuclear Throne of course, but we don't know what kind of nuclear apocalypse. 

The apocalypse genre helps me understand survival a bit more, since I could put that to use in my own stories.

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20 minutes ago, Fishyboi said:

The apocalypse genre helps me understand survival a bit more, since I could put that to use in my own stories.

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Ah, alright.

My series focuses more on the human psychology aspect of an apocalypse then the actual apocalypse.

 

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2 minutes ago, Raider5678 said:

Ah, alright.

My series focuses more on the human psychology aspect of an apocalypse then the actual apocalypse.

 

Hey, who said it can't do that too? I look for that too.

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The Postman : David Brin

Lord of the Flies : William Golding

On the beach : Neville Shute

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On 2/13/2018 at 3:50 PM, Raider5678 said:

Rule of Thr3e trilogy is an amazing series.

The power in the entire world goes out, and you get to follow the main characters as they try to rebuild society against rogue militaries, starvation, disease, and internal revolutions.

yes i love it the cliffhanger killed me thought like please make more.

the grenades and all the chlorine was so funny but the dad comeing back was not very good in my opnion.

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