The Rake, Part I, Special Edition, A One Man Army

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Special Edition: A century after WWII, aliens came to Earth unchallenged to mine magnesium and other resources; slaughtering humans towards extinction, planning to take possession. 25 years into their work, they were discovered by Packard Steele; an Army Special Forces warrior who had survived WW III, now a mutation who had become almost immortal; flesh regeneration and the ability to rise from dead. His only rationalization for existing was that he had been spared to be Earth's caretaker; the left hand of God. He set out to whip some alien ass and met up with the Kabahalla Fan'oo; lords from the parallel dimension who came through the fabric of time and space during WWIII. They imprisoned him briefly in the dungeon, but after teeming up with an American Indian and a Kamorian warrior for a jail break, there was a butcher’s bill the Fan’oo lords had to pay. Learning of another alien race, Alterrans, humans, too, he headed north to find them. That’s when life got down... More > right nasty.< Less
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Special Edition
Albert Blackwell and/or Timothy G. Blackwell
September 29, 2011
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