Rise of the Vanguards: Bioweapon Revolution: Book 0

      Gilbert Backers
Rise of the Vanguards: Bioweapon Revolution: Book 0

Executives of Tayairosko Corporation craved a weapon to lord over the governments, corporations, and people of all four worlds. They envisioned themselves the masters of a new interplanetary empire of their own making. They tasked their Bioweapons Division with developing a microscopic pathogen like no other. A bioweapon that could wipe out entire worlds. The genesis of Weapon X.The Bioweapon Revolution Series: The events in this story transpire on planets much like Earth In a universe much like that of Earth But distinct and separate from both Never to cross paths The four planets of Forensa, Elipson, Braun, and Aldaris The four planets whose history and civilizations were intertwined Would be forever changed By one, fateful event … Executives of Tayairosko Corporation craved a weapon to lord over the governments, corporations, and people of all four worlds. They envisioned themselves the masters of a new interplanetary empire of their own making. They tasked their Bioweapons division with developing a microscopic pathogen like no other. A bioweapon that could wipe out entire worlds. The genesis of Weapon X. Weapon X was the deadliest pathogen ever developed. It was hundreds, possibly a thousand years ahead of its time. The evil executives that ordered its creation found Weapon X so frightful, so resilient, so virulent, and so adaptive that even they drew back from their plans to use it to hold human civilization hostage. The corporation transported everything in the bioweapons division related to Weapon X to the far moon of Vio. Many years later, a team of mercenaries traveled to Vio on a contract to steal Weapon X. Little did the mercenaries realize their actions would lead to the death of millions and possibly the annihilation of the entire human species.In Rise of the Vanguards: Tayairosko Corporation's technology was more advanced than that of any corporation or nation on the four planets. When news got out about the massive Bioweapons Division, many wondered why the dreaded Tayairosko embarked on the development of heinous bioweapons at the behest of its evil executives instead of pushing their already large technological advantage. The development of the ELF's (Electromechanical Life Forms) on the rival planet Elipson provides only one answer to this question. However, the rise of the ELF's raised new questions, created new possible threats to Tayairosko, its home world of Forensa and event the rest of the four planet. Meanwhile, the shadow of Weapon X still hangs over the lives and deaths of the humans of all four worlds.

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