The man before me...
The man before me looked like heaven, but I'd known Felix for a year now and had learned otherwise.
When we first arrived on this ruined planet (Cursa), Felix and I tried to break out, I was frightened he would look down on me if I refused, so (although every one of my senses objected) I followed him on a pathetic excuse for a prison break (we hardly got anywhere and ended up crawling back to our cell).
That day I followed a man who I knew nothing about, other than he was a cute prisoner with a plant complex. I returned with the knowledge that Felix was a violent murderer, luckily he has never managed to harm me (he has tried, but I'm too clever to allow myself to be harmed by him, or so I thought)...
A few months later, with the aid of our other cell mate (Aeton) we escaped and set off a chain reaction that spread worldwide of prison breaks. Each of us owned an area of this broken planet that was the size of a large city. In that time I learned that he was not the smartest out of the three of us.
Felix would jump to irrational conclusions, make poorly thought through plans and preferred the use of fists over brains.
But now? Oh how wrong Aeton and I were to underestimate him!
We were at his mercy while he began his plan to take over the three cities.
Aeton and I were the masterminds, we planned every scheme that promised we stayed at the top, we discovered and eradicated all threats to our positions and we accounted for even the most unlikely outcomes.
But we had failed to factor Felix in...
He is and always will be the most unpredictable man on this planet, and now he's set his mind to taking over bordering cities, and then more and more, until he's got an entire continent, and eventually the entirety of Cursa. One whole planet ruled by a man whose stupidity and intelligence coexist as one huge ball of chaos.
We need our cities back.
But how? He could do anything at anytime.
This already chaotic planet could become the most literal definition of hell. It could go up in flames in an instant if the right person sets the fire. Felix was certainly a person capable of building and starting that flame...