Picture the most beautiful place you can think of, white houses and subtle trim with seemingly endless streets. Where the trees are so green and vibrant, the lawns perfectly cared for, the neighbors friendly and compassionate. The perfect place to live, or as it used to be. Replace these thoughts with terrible rot and peeling paint, the smells of death and smoke clouding every view. Doors are off their hinges and windows are broken with glass everywhere, even the trees are torn and snapped. A disaster, a sad view of another time. What was once a perfect landscape has now taken to rats and roaches, danger and despair. What can be done? Enter You. You are among several survivors from the horrors of the destroyed landscape of a city you once called home. You may know these people, you may call them your friends, your family and even your lovers, you may not even know them at all, but they are the closest thing to a family you have at this point. We don't always like our families, but you worked together with these people to rebuild this relatively untouched neighborhood. The houses are old and decrepit, but you gave them life. The yards are bare and dead, but you gave them meaning. This is your new home. This is your new family. But you are not alone.