Earth, 3250. Wars and natural disasters have wrecked havoc all around the world. Those who survived this chaotic era went into exile across the sea on gigantic boats to quest for their new motherland. Even after several years of wander have gone by, the end of the road to happiness cannot be seen, until one day land is on sight. After an endless and excruciating exodus overseas, a world of dreams shimmers in the distance. Can survivors rebuild Earth from its ashes?
A promised land meant to self-destruction in a glimpse, a brainwashed society led by a corrupted government: this is what, thirty-years later, Heavensgate has become in the eyes of its citizens who long wished to obtain prosperity after an excruciating exodus to their brand new motherland. Soon the city of all dreams transforms into a nightmare: the pursuit of happiness has a price high to pay. Thirty years to rebuild Earth from its ashes gone to waste, will citizens wake up to the revolution's call?
The path to becoming an accomplished artist is paved with hardships and challenges to be accounted among the best of the best. Kim, 22 average art student, has been walking through his college years seamlessly unconcerned about politics in general, until he gets enrolled unwillingly in an opposition activism known as the Dreamers, which turns upside down his vision of society: will he be able to look at the outside world with the same eyes again?
Legends passed on from generation to generation tell the story of the Birdmen, a tribe of mythical creatures half-bird, half-human who found shelter in the wilderness of the Unknown Lands. Livingston, their ambassador, travels to Heavensgate to warn its leaders of the upcoming danger that lingers over the city. Shot in flight upon reaching destination he is now unable to fly. He meets with a gentle soul willing to help him in his mission: will their destinies melt to become one?
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