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07 Dec 2017
The country is a huge sized community, as big as a good funcional city, with thousands of habbitants, amazingly camouflaged and impossible to detect from the outside, thanks to all the advanced technology used to protect it. While it has an unknown location, on the inside they have grown and developed fairly, having more than the necessary supplies to live great lives, after the apocalypse turned Earth into what it was.
In the country everyone felt like there was never an apocalypse.
It does require a huge effort from huge teams
A lot of teamwork.
There are weekly council meetings. There are studies and strategies.
There are teams surrounding their area.
There are teams investigating other communities.
They have created a big database on possible recruiters.
They find people and study them by detail before going to them for recruitment. They want to make sure every single person they allow in the country will not risk everything they created.
That was until they found a war going on in several communities: Alexandria, Hilltop, the Kingdom and the Sanctuary.
What could possibly lead them to act on a war that did not belong to them?