Humanity's War on the Dead
50 years ago, the world was perfect. Maybe not at world peace perfect, but normal. People went to work, kissed their loved ones, went to school. Perfect.
40 years ago, a deadly disease nearly wiped out humanity. The disease didn't just kill it's hosts, it brought them back from the dead. The survivors did what they could to stay alive and human.
30 years ago, the Vampires rose to power offering sanctuary to those who lived in the deadly new world, on the condition that Humanity surrendered to them. Many refused while others were gladly put into chains.
20 years ago, I was born in a stable. I never knew my mother or anything about her other than she had many other children before and after me.
10 years ago, I was sold at auction to the Crown Prince of Vampires as his blood bag, a personal slave that offers fresh blood anytime.
Today, I live in a cage. A cage of gold and silver, but still a cage. Life in a castle of Vampires is hard, but it's better than being out there in the world where the dead hunger for human flesh.