This is a world that is on the brink of change, a world having to come to terms with what mankind has produced from itself. This is a world where the Phoenix force tired of Professor X and Magneto wasting their potential to change the world for good and rewound them in time to give them a second chance. This is a world where mutants are hated and feared, where superhero teams like the Avengers never occurred because who would trust a person with powers strange and incomprehensible?
In short, this is a world where anything is possible, timelines have been rewritten and the entire mutant question is a new and terrifying one. Starting from the beginning, our world is only just realising the extent of the talents that can be born out of the human genome and how it deals with the rise of mutants and superhumans...well, that's up to you.
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Welcome back; your last visit was on Aug 22 2014, 02:52 AM
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||Hoyt Street Station
A simple looking subway station that was built in the 1980s and is located in the Bronx. The color schemes are old and the tiles dingy, some crumbling away with each train that passes. As unappealing as it might be, it is what the Morlocks consider to be a front door to their home. While any station in the NYC MTA can by used, this is the easiest to gain accesses to.
||May 17 2014, 09:47 PM
By: Dead Girl
||The Abandoned Deep
Set right below city hall is the remains of a once grand subway station. Abandoned since 1945 one would expect that the station would have fallen into great disrepair, and it had. Until the city of New York decided to reopen it as a museum in 1996. Mysteriously, though, reconstruction of the site was stalled, and in 1998 the plans were quietly put to rest.
This is the main headquarters for the Morlocks, though there are several branches. Dormitories are located here, as well as a pantry and kitchen.
||Aug 20 2014, 06:18 PM
In: In One Thing We're All ...
By: Dead Girl
Further below the city than even the subway lines are the sewers. Built when the city began they can actually be pleasing on the eye, brick stacked upon brick in curving elegance. Of course, that is if you can get over the smell. They can be reached by any and all of the cities manholes, or several other means that only the Morlocks know of. Several alcoves branch off from the main thoroughfare, containing a store, of sorts, several options for surface free entertainment, and more!
||Jul 7 2014, 04:14 PM
In: That's not supposed to ...
||The End of the Line
The Courtland Avenue station was all but demolished after the terrorist attacks of 9/11. Trains no longer venture down this way, and neither do people, leaving it a deserted ghost town of a place. The Morlocks and their leader, have opted to use this to their benefit, creating both a detainment center, because even they have justice, and a resting place for their fallen fellows.