A mysterious symbol, an odd book and a digsite. 25 years ago an unknown plague spread through the land. The world as we know it has collapsed. Now, on the midst of a massive breakthrough, a father and son journey into the unknown. What is revealed in the darkness is beyond comprehension.
A mysterious symbol, an odd book and a digsite. 25 years ago an unknown plague spread through the land. The world as we know it has collapsed. Now, on the midst of a massive breakthrough, a father and son journey into the unknown. What is revealed in the darkness…is beyond comprehension.
In the wake of a global apocalypse, a father and son explore the ruined world. Most of the population has turned into gruesome zombies. The survivors that have lasted this long are far and few. During an excavation by the father and son, a peculiar discovery points to a macabre past, and signals the beginning of a series of events that will shake the world.
After beginning an excavation at an abandoned digsite located near Bazel, a curious town called "Asindia" was uncovered deep below the earth. From the darkness a chilling sound echoes, and what comes out of the darkness is more terrifying then the undead that roam the world.
In which we take a short hiatus
Graves unearthed. The resting of the deceased disturbed, and darkness unfolding. That is what was discovered in “Asindia”. It could have been bad timing, or bad luck, but the skeletons emerged as the town of “Asindia” entered into the world once more. Now a life hangs in the balance as the crackle of TNT signals its lethal countdown to zero.
Travelers have often stated out there beyond the icy water, cold and desolate, a vast monolith rises into the pale sky. Though its masons did well; its decrepit structure crumbles, its fiery visage blazes no more, and no epitaph remains of its purpose.
On that tiny island the monument crumbles and an ancient force begins to stir.
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Early but honest Opinion
I've played MineZ since pretty early in its history, back when Camp Bell had good loot and before a lot of the dungeons had been added. Even before any of Shotbow's any other fun game modes came out. So when I heard they were doing a podcast I listened to the first episode and have been enthralled already with the mystery of the plague. This sounds like a lot of time and effort has been put into this series, although I can only go off episode one at the moment. So for now, my rating is a 5/5 because the bar has been set pretty high expectation wise.
I miss this podcast and wish it would come back.
I'm dropping my review to a 4 until they start posting again. It's been a month guys.
Seriously? Three months now! C'mon!