It's the 2100's and the world is in climatic chaos. Wild storms brew and much of the world is now uninhabitable. With World War 3 or the "Famine Wars" now officially over, many are just trying to stay alive. Respite Camps are created by he new United Countries of Earth, a coalition of the now ravaged countries, as a place to come if you have no where else to call home. Axton's parents are some of those citizens just trying to survive. Axton has always been rebellious, to the point that it gets him in trouble quite frequently. When he witnesses a horrific act by an innocent girl he must take the rap for it and it propels him into a whirlwind of events that may just cause him to become a major part of the Free Masons, who have been ousted as rebels by the newly formed government. As our hero discovers the world he's been locked away from he also discovers the secrecy and deceit of the men in power led by an enigma who rules all. Through loss and self discovery Axton finds the strength, in friendship with many of the people who will shape humanity for years to come, to lead the rebellion against this unknown entity. Soon however, players on both side of the impending war start to discover their petty fighting pales in comparison to what their ultimate destinies are. They must travel to a different land altogether, a land of the Gods, to discover they are candidates to become the next Gods of certain things energy, time, life. That their powers and, in some cases curses, were gifts from a old dead generation of Gods who chose them specifically to fight it out to see who becomes the next generation of the Gods. In the end will the Gods continue on for generations or has the divinization of the human race made them powerful enough to end the Gods' cruel rein of terror?