AGNPH Stories


April 10: New evolution-enhancing drug, EvolutionX is made widely available in the Eterna Marketplace.

April 13: 1/8 of EvolutionX consumers have reported developing flu-like symptoms.

April 13- 5:20 PM: Mutilated body of Zachary Keen is found.

April 13- 8:19 PM: PRO Bravo Team is dispatched to investigate the Eterna Forest after reports of cannibalistic attacks. PRO Alpha Team is sent to sweep through Eterna City shortly afterwards.

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April 14- 1:56 AM: Morena Sergei, species classification: Flygon, is killed. Companion Sam Chaplain succumbs to the Thyxemia Virus quickly thereafter.


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To say that Aegis Breckin is a badass would be an understatement: she smokes, she drinks, and is one among the most elite in the Sinnoh Region's black operations squad. Looking out exclusively for herself, she works as a mercenary in her spare time, granting her services to whoever can pay her the most.

When called into action late at night, Breckin is expecting a routine sweep, maybe even a pickup for a classified package. Leaving her bunk to find the entire base in disorder, she soon finds out that there is another matter at hand entirely after her superiors assign her under Human Unit 119's squad, one of the most prestigious squads in the entire military base.

The mission: neutralize every living citizen in the Eterna City area. Unfortunately for Aegis and the rest of her team, their superiors never told them about the viral-spawned mutants roaming the city.

Antihero Contest Submission 2010

Rated XXX for: Rape (sexual content), creature violence, explicit depictions of brutality and gore, language, and strongly disturbing content

Companion story to Biohazard and Halloween 2009's Biohazard: The City of the Damned

Characters/ Tags: Ononokusu, Lapras, Jaroda, Raichu

Story Notes:

Story Notes (PLEASE READ!)- Hey all: it's TehZombieWaster again with even more tales from the Biohazard universe. With a relatively successful run with last year's â��Biohazard: The City of the Damnedâ�a33; and a slightly disappointing turnout for this Halloween's â��Malevolence,â�a33; I'm hoping to gain a decent review base with the latest installment in the Biohazard series.Despite previous entries being action-oriented, â��Fracturedâ�a33; will focus more on character drama. Don't kid yourself, though: this is Biohazard, and that means that there's going to be plenty of bone-crunching mayhem for my nonexistent fans in the latter half of the story.Also, if you want to stop reading because you're confused, please continue. Not everything will be revealed to you at once, and many of your questions will be answered along the way. I'd almost compare the story to a puzzle; you're going to be fed bits and pieces along the way, and not everything's going to be clear until the story is almost over.In addition to that, MetalChick (thanks for pre-reading!) noted that the first segment lacked a certain â��soulâ�a33; to the writing; this is completely intentional. It's supposed to represent Aegis' lack of one, so I just wanted to point that out.And please don't read and leave. I'm delighted with reviews, (especially the in-depth ones) and I always respond at some point in time. I'm begging you; at this point, I'm getting desperate D:Thanks for stopping by!Sincerely,~TehZombieWaster

  1. Episode 1: Fractured (3033 words)

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