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The Lodgers get a mission that'll have them end up on an AUU world that is another clear ripoff to a game franchise. In this case, it's a clear moon ripoff to BioShock. This is Sarph IX. An ocean moon belonging to Sarphgure that has large and beautiful reefs, and used to be a Globex world that built vast aquacities in the deep rocky depths. These cities were beautiful in architecture, and had bustling populations. However, things went downhill when an experimental substance caused serious chaos. Globex had been working on a biological substance based upon stem cells from an alien slug that was meant to be the next breakthrough in artificial evolution. However, while the serum, called ZIMN, was a commercialized success as it could allow instant regeneration of tissue, alter biological composure, and purify DNA, it is critically unstable and kills cells to replace them with stem duplicates, and thus it required constant suppliments, otherwise it would lead to mental and physical consequences. When ZIMN was used up completely and it was getting highly scarce, an apocalypse occurred as everyone turned into mutant zombies that craved flesh. Thus, the Globex executive and inventor of ZIMN has considered it a long duty to fix this problem, despite the fact that Globex says that the people are too long gone. While most of the staff would leave, this executive kept his own family and friends around and take control over the moon's main dataframe and control the moon's cities to ensure these mutated citizens are safe and don't end up causing the cities to be flooded and drown, and have been trying to fix the problem ever since. They extended their lifespans through special devices, and they continue this strenuous pursuit to this very day. This inventor, Doctor BT Zimn (Short for Zimntos) still refuses to give in. However, he came across a shocking discovery. His serum was savitoshed by it having been mixed with an exspearimental necromorthic regeneration virus, recreated from the Adapting Plague causing artificial virus called Necrozomevirus, of his colleague, Dr. Necrolle Mortheus, of which is intended to turn the living dead into biological weapons against any enemy and the new ultamatum to replace nukes, and was meant to be his pitch to end the VA for good. But it was rejected for the inhumane nature of the idea of weaponising the dead, and favered Zimn instead. Zimn refused to believe that Necro would savitosh his serum just to prove the effectency of his virus, as well as to have some sort of personal revenge. However, it turned out that it was partically correct. Necrolle did intended for ZIMN to be savitoshed, but not with his virus, but rather with a harmless suger-water pill that makes it worthless instead of dishastorious, but when Necrolle was spotted by Zimn and caused Necrolle to panic, he accidentally dropped the virus vial in the serum, causing the dishastor inadvertingly. Necrolle has turned out to have also a well-secured lab, as well as a war machine and guardian called The Dreath, which is a blend between the Leviathan and the BioShock Songbird, as well as several Big-Daddy-like robot bodyguards, as he also aims to correct his mistake, but not nessersarly cure them, but to control them and prove that his zombie idea will be proven useful after-all, if not made even better thanks to ZIMN. The matters get worse, because in the Ugoldest System, Astrolaser Technology is legal in due to the system being ruled by an anti-legion defier named Sir AR Wallowlund who believes that astrolasers can save lives just as much as they take, and as thus, there is a debate going on about sending an astro laser to destroy Sarph IX to purely "Put the dead moon out of it's misery", and has made Globex and the Grand Council aware that they have to evacuate any survivors on the planet before the ineditable agreement is made. As thus, the HA and the Lougers have to go there to save those survivers, including Zimn and Necrolle. However, when they discovered that the ZIMN was inadvertingly ruined by Necrolle, the heroes will have to do more then just save survivers: They have to correct Necrolle's crime by curing the infected with real ZIMN through the planetary crop duster operated by oxygenator manager Minerva Losp, that is very likely to cover the planet, and along the way, seek out Necrolle to punish the wrong doer for his actions, while the Grand Council and the Legion struggle to keep an anti-Legion leader to hold off his promise of putting the planet out of it's misery and inform him of an alternate way. Can the horrors of this planet be reversed before Death Star-like doomsday comes rolling?

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(Possible BioShock music...)

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