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The humanity has entered a new stage of development. The future is now. We’ve become a space-faring civilization, and meeting extraterrestrial beings is rather a normal thing. What lies ahead? Where will new paths lead us? What is hidden out there in the abyssal space? Are the domestic feuds really important on the verge of the future?

The Earth. Future.

Many years have passed since we’ve contacted the extraterrestrial intelligence. It turned out that there was a whole world around us, full of its own rules, principles and traditions. A lot of different races and planets, united in one huge community controlled by a council called “Pantheon”. Just as we expected, we’ve been watched for centuries. We’ve been helped, protected and sometimes even put aside for painful but needed development stages of civilization to happen. We’ve been accepted to the “Pantheon” and given the equal rights.

Humans are not alone in the universe, and who knows how many species and inhabited planets are there. But one thing we know for sure – our membership in the “Pantheon” gave us access to new technologies, information and longevity. The infrastructure of our cities began to develop and modify as well. Also, business and politic began to develop too, creating colossuses such as “Mill Corp”, “Task Cybertronic”, “Space Architect” and “Nano Tech” etc. that could compete with corporations of other planets.

All of this was difficult to get used to, but we managed to do it. It didn’t happen overnight, but we succeeded in taking our place in this huge galaxy of civilizations. But, as it was expected, not everybody was glad to see us.

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