Literature: No Man's Land: Tales from the Weird Wars
comes a series that is sure to tantalize. It begins in the 1918, World War I
is in its endgame, and the German Empire is desperately grasping at straws for anything that might turn the tide. Enter Oliver Haddo, a mysterious occultist who offers his skills to the German military command, from there, well let's just say all hell breaks loose. It can be found at http://www.alternatehistory.com/discussion/showthread.php?t=132883
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The story itself follows the world from the End of World War I, as humans adapt to the new world around them.
Updates typically come in one of Three styles:
1: Story. continues the main storyline from 1918. it leaps around the world, and slowly crawls along, while providing build up.
2: World Building
. Comes in the style of "Famous people", "the Supernatural Encyclopedia", "Files from S.H.I.E.L.D.
", and others. They usually flesh out the world more, revealing background events, and events to come.
3: Sub-chapters: Taking place in the modern day, they follow various different stories, that paint a picture of the current world.
The series ended in March 2012.
Episodes of this series provide examples of: