The people of Tonlith were at war. Divided into two factions, those that supported the planet’s government and those that rebelled against its iron-fisted control. Loyalties were tested and alliances broken and reformed. Technology, far in advance of other worlds in the system, raised the stakes. The Unified Alliance of Planets declared Tonlith off limits, deciding the situation was so volatile even mediation failed.
No one expected the madness to escalate to the point of planet wide destruction. When the military ordered a death strike of the resistance’s outpost on the triad moon, Antor, they set in motion the beginning of the end. After all was said and done, Antor was a jagged ruin in the sky above Tonlith, and the planet itself was a mass of roiling clouds obscuring the surface.
Only a few survived. Cast adrift, scattered across the solar system, they endured and tried to make sense of what had happened.
Rayven’s Keep tells the story of one such man.