There are seven great nations of this world, and for a long time they lived in harmony. On occasion fighting would break out, but nothing like what has happened here. No citizen had known it, but chaos and unrest had been brewing between the nations' governments for centuries. It seems that Imperialism and Nationalism werent dead like we hoped. The bombings were the worst part. The streets were covered in the burnt flesh of the innocent, and limbs were strewn about the towns like fallen tree leaves. Finally, it ended when we had stripped ourselves of resources, both human and ballistic. The nation of Estralia rebuilt itself on an ashen hill above the pits of irradiated ground. The nation was built on broken brick and shredded wood, and once the war's shadow had finally past, they only rebuilt the interior to remind us of what had happened there. People were afraid that 50 years of time would have erased the scars etched into the nations skin. Estralia focused on scientific advancement, and became a utopia of sorts. They wished to strengthen man's capabilities, not its destructive power. They had created an eyepiece that allowed the user's visible spectrum to be lengthened. When they discovered this, they were greeted by a new being called an "exo". These creatures had grown alongside humans and wished to protect them. There are ghostlike with white holes for eyes, mouth, stomach, and palms. The misting light underneath was shielded by black bars, and when the bars retract they turn into "endos", which are simple balls of light. They can enter a human's body to fight disease and pain. The endos could only then be removed by a special frequency that ejected them from the body. Doctors utilized these creatures and would use them to diagnose patients and treat the severely ill. They eventually became staples of household life like the refrigerator and microwave. However, the frequency emitter was very expensive, so for all those who had endos as household commodities, they could not remove them from their bodies. If only we had known would pain and suffering that would have caused. Then none of this would have happened.