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RF Online (RFO)
CCR, Inc.
MMORPG | Setting:Sci-Fi | Status:Cancelled  (est.rel 11/21/06)  | Pub:GamesCampus
PVP:Yes | Distribution:Download | Retail Price:n/a | Pay Type:Free | Monthly Fee:n/a
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Lore: The Beginning To The End

Posted by Jon Wood on Nov 14, 2005  | Comments

Lore: The Beginning To The End -

RF Online has gone live with the lore section of their website. Currently, for our viewing (and reading) pleasure, they are featuring "Chapter 1: The Beginning to the End", a good read about Earth's story.

Earth, a planet with so much history, home to mankind and the birthplace for so many stories and events. It’s purpose to bring forth life and the meaning to why we are here. Unbeknownst to us, it holds deep dark secrets that will play their part in the story of RF Online, a story that will unfold before you and whisk you up into an adventure where you are key.

After the “First Galaxy Development Plan” was initiated, it was deemed unnecessary to further research Earth any further. The human race was expanding beyond this solar system and galaxy, with opportunities lying beyond the stars, not back home. History, it seemed, held no important information for mankind’s evolution.

The Antarctic, once a key location for researchers and scientists, became a distant memory as the “Forth Galaxy Development Plan” was initiated. The cold lands housing the interests of curious amateur research laboratories, manned by retired researchers and scientists.

The retired biologist Soburg Ivanovich was a member of the Arcane Club, where scholars and amateur researchers looked into the mysterious histories and the origins of civilizations, often largely neglected by other scholars. Traditional mainstream academics considered the Arcane Club as a ‘Rich Boy’s Club’; a social gathering for wealthy gentlemen. The theories and ideas emanating from this elite group were held in contempt, with few believing in their outlandish interpretations. This group were looked upon with scepticism, a mistake that would inevitably be costly to the human race.

Soburg Ivanovich, a member of the Arcane Club, arrived at the Antarctic to research the creatures living in this distant and inhospitable part of the Earth. The work he carried out did not get the attention it deserved, since it was believed that all the living things this area had or was playing home to, had already been discovered. Moreover, the fact that he was a member of the Arcane Club instilled a sense of cynicism among his peers. It was not until he discovered the Dimens Syndrome Virus, that his ideas and discoveries were treated with respect...

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