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Long ago, on a planet in another universe, a mysterious enemy emerged that consumed all the planet’s energy rendering it nearly uninhabitable for all but two resilient factions: Humans and Reptilians. Surprisingly, the enemy spared these two races. Believing they had triumphed, both races shared the final habitable zones of the planet, forging a strong alliance. However, they later learned that their universe was contracting and their home world was threatened with eventual destruction. Desperate for a solution, the best scientists, including a group of black women known as The Loas Division, collaborated to find a way to travel through ten identified dark holes believed to be portals to other universes. The Loas Division initiated a secretive project to prepare for an exodus. However, due to the immense energy required, only a small fraction of beings could escape their impending doom.

 

As they progressed, societal chaos erupted upon the discovery of their secret plan. Both races were thrown into turmoil, grappling with impending doom and the ethical quandaries of who should be saved. In the midst of this crisis, their leaders—Lael, a Reptilian, and Vince, a Human, an interracial, queer couple—decided to lock all critical technological data and societal records within a bioengineered fetus referred to as the “Catalyst,” to be unlocked only through a harmonized union of both races. Lael and Vince also chose to upload their consciousnesses into the Catalyst with the hope of one day leading their races again.

 

The launch of the nine initial missions to traverse the dark holes ended in silence—no transmissions returned, no signs of success or failure. The final mission included the top diplomatic beings from both the Reptilian and Human races, the Loas Division, and the Catalyst, successfully arriving in our galaxy on a planet the inhabitants called Mars. There, conflict awaited them as the native Martians resisted the new settlers, and in a brutal struggle, the Martians were subjected to genocide, clearing the way for Mars to be the new home for Reptilians and Humans.

 

After decades of peace, another star nation uncovered the disturbing truth of the Martian genocide. This revelation led to the formation of a "Federation of Star Nations," which expelled the two races and mandated their disarming and submission to the federation’s rule. Both races rejected the requirement, setting the stage for war.

 

As war ravaged Mars, the Loas uncovered the Reptilians' unethical secret program: bioengineering with thousands of beings from other star nations against their will to create the R-race, a new race of beings which would populate Earth and turn it into a military planet. Seeing this as an opportunity to seek independence from humanity, the Loas offered technology and weapons to humans in exchange for a spaceship to leave Mars. Humans and the Federation formed a successful alliance, and the Reptilians were defeated and forced to flee our galaxy, while the Loas departed for a planet believed to be devoid of life, Pluto. 

 

However, some Reptilians remained, hiding in the dark space within our sun, awaiting the right moment to reemerge. Decades later, humans ascended as the predominant race in our star nation. But the Federation discovered an even more sinister secret: the true origins of humans and Reptilians, prompting them to wage war on humanity.

 

Facing the possibility of extinction, scientists were charged with creating two special beings with the knowledge to create a new modern human race if they ever vanished from Mars. The first two created were named Izaar and Lucifer, and from them, other pairs were created and sent to planets millions of light-years away, while Izaar and Lucifer were sent to Earth and tasked with making it habitable for humanity’s rebirth.

 

After some time on Earth, the Loas arrived seeking refuge after experiencing a war on Pluto with the remaining Reptilians. They possessed advanced technology and newfound abilities that could aid Izaar and Lucifer in making Earth habitable for their new modern humans. Izaar and Lucifer entered a sleep state of suspended animation, while the Loas commenced Earth’s terraformation.

 

Upon awakening, they received the grim news: Humanity had gone extinct hundreds of years before. Now, the fate of the rebirth of a once powerful race rested in the hands of Lucifer and Izaar, who now possessed the Catalyst.

 

The Federation, upon discovering the rebirth of Humans, permitted their existence solely as a primitive race, excluding them from our star’s community. However, the Reptilians, with the ability to shapeshift into humans' appearance, regrouped within Earth and lured Lucifer into joining them. Izaar was then forced to execute a dramatic and extreme plan that years later caused her to be imprisoned by the Federation.

 

Almost 2,500 years later, in 1940, Izaar was released with a mission to save humanity by stopping the Reptilian agenda on Earth, or the Federation would take matters into their hands and eradicate the planet entirely, including the elimination of the modern humans. But she entered a world of hatred and division where Reptilians, disguised as humans, were conquering Europe with plans for global supremacy.

 

Although Izaar managed to stop them, her efforts were complicated by ongoing human conflicts. Running out of time, she became disillusioned and contemplated abandoning her mission to save humanity. However, an encounter with a diverse group of LGBTQ+ heroes reignited her hope for humanity’s salvation. Yet, she wondered if these marginalized heroes, who had long suffered persecution for their identities, would forgive humanity and join her in the fight to save our flawed human race.

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