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The PTverse | Introduction

The canon timeline, rules, characters, and stories for the ProjectTrinity universe. The timeline spans from novels, animations, and games to audioplays, sprites series, and webcomics. Each story is connected to the other be it loosely or considerably and all meant to slowly lead up to the last novel in the timeline, aptly titled: "Disc V"


The Official Timeline

Each of the major stories are divided by "4 Discs", similar to a Japanese Role Playing game (JRPG). At the moment, "Mesto Accelerando" is currently the PTverse's primary/flagship series. 

Title

Year Started  on Timeline Year Ended

Series Release Date

Another Crazy World 2011 2011 2011
Eternia: Disc I-IV 2014 2015 2005
Symphony: Disc I-IV 2015 2020 2002
The JRPG Parody: Discs I-IV 2019 2019 2012
The Perjurer 2020 2020 2010
Mesto Accelerando: Disc I 2020 2020 2015

This Crazy World: Disc I

2020 2020 2012
This Crazy World: Disc II 2020 2020 2013
This Crazy World: Disc III 2020 2021 TBA

Mesto Accelerando: Disc II

2020 2021 n/a
This Crazy World: Disc IV 2021 2022 n/a
Mesto Accelerando: Disc III 2020 2020 n/a
Mesto Accelerando: Disc IV 2020 2021 n/a
Disc V 2036 2036 n/a



This Crazy World (Novel Series)

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The story revolves around a young man named Nicholas Orinvinchi. After being blackmailed into saving the world from a death ray machine, he must take his girlfriend and several other mentally unstable characters with him on the trip, unaware of how far down his descent into chaos and pain will be. The series as a whole is considered to be the best solo work in the PTverse in large thanks to the streamlined approach to its unique cast (comprised near-entirely of insane characters) and stylized realism. The first book released on Amazon October 2012, with the second being released March 2013. The third and fourth are available for "beta readers".


Mesto Accelerando (Novel Series)

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The story originally centers around an Elf named Julia, but quickly moves to her daughter, Jasmin. She must learn how to play her hands at politics and war and learns that in order to do so, she must slowly chip away at her morality for the greater good. The series has undergone arguably the most changes due to unsatisfying storytelling and is scheduled to have the first game remade by the two main writers of ProjectTrinity while the main creator works on the novel series alone. Both are targeted for 2014.


The JRPG Parody (Webcomic and Animated Series)

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Taaj finds himself thrust into a black and white world formatted to parody the antics of a Japanese RPG. It had a relatively short run with 3 writers penning up to 5 episodes in webcomic format, and had to drop to one writer when it started gathering assets to transition into a 3D series due to budget and constricted timeline. The transition episode from 2D to 3D is said to air mid July 2015.


Disc V (Novel)

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Originally named "Mesto Accelerando III" prior to the MA series receiving a 4th book. Although there was a 3-4 page document that teased what the story was about and what characters would be in the story, the information was only made available for those who have read the entire TCW series through beta reading. What was known however was that the story takes place directly after Mesto Accelerando ends, and gives homage to both the good and bad the lore has provided up to this point. Its release date is largely unknown, but estimated to be sometime in 2017.


Mana | Introduction

No one knows where mana (Pronounced "mah-nuh" in the PTverse) originated from. Mana is essentially the universe' "secondary air" and method of performing supernatural feats such as conjuring items that are otherwise unreachable, magical spells, near-instant healing, numbing substantial amounts of pain, deflecting or destroying incoming bullets and even having their bodies destroying harmful or useless substances within their bodies. (Assuming it's not mana-related) All living creatures who believe in the Christian God are said to be given these powers regardless of how good or bad their personalities are. However, regardless of how augmented the body's defenses are with mana, it becomes impossible to live without it once it becomes a part of the individual. This dynamic has decreased the death rate for worlds that received mana later than others, but the methods of killing someone became a lot more elaborate and gruesome in the process. It is worth noting that Earth in the PTverse received mana December 21st of 2012 while the more fantasy-oriented worlds like Accelerando usually had mana from inception.

How Mana Works

It acts primarily in 4 ways: Defensive combat, offensive combat, healing and internal cleaning, and the ability to "sync" to mana-approved technology to enable a more streamlined living experience.

Although it is largely unknown for the characters, the potential of one's mana - particularly on Earth heavily depends on how much strength they needed and/or wanted and why prior to receiving their powers. The more supportive personalities received powers related to helping others as opposed to raw strength. Inversely, someone with tremendous strength most likely desired more of it before receiving mana. However, in worlds where mana was always present, one's strength heavily came from their parents and how well they could hone it. This is largely why younger children are just as dangerous in the PTverse.


Fighting With Mana

Mana's main priority is to protect its host at all costs. Mana is mostly concentrated around the heart, neck, and brain but will focus on other body parts if needed. It will heal, shield, or even violently shove the host back in order to take minimal damage during a fight. Half of the time, it's actually a host's mana that injures and hurls a character away rather than any magical blast that came their way. The more potent the enemy's mana, the more fiercely the host's mana reacts to keep the otherwise fragile body safe. Thanks to the pain being minimalized, a character with mana can take a lot more stab wounds than they normally would, but every character has a limit. The more damage they take, the more mana they lose, and once they lose all of it, they cannot live. A character can also instantly lose their mana if their mana cannot withstand a "one-shot" like a decapitation. These cases are rare however as mana tends to be quite durable. It is far more likely that one's overbearing powers will simply render its prey unconscious after a single blow instead. 


Healing and Augmenting with Mana

Oftentimes mana loss can be reduced and even reversed thanks to the ability to heal and increase defenses for others and oneself. Mana will begin to heal most injuries for its own host immediately, though the process can be expidited if they focus their mana on healing. However, most children cannot heal themselves or others until around the age of twelve, so whenever they're involved in a large scale fight, they're usually given the role of augmentation or supporting spells like shields. When augments are given, it can boost speed, strength,  endurance, and even accuracy. People who are new to combat need to touch or grab their target if they wish to heal or augment the individual, however it has been proven that after some experience, they can start "buffing" (slang for augmenting) from a distance. 


Weapons & Spells

Most characters have at least two to three weapons infused or "synced" with their mana for different occasions. Much like casting a spell, each person can "summon" an item - usually a weapon - to bring to combat without mana considering it an offensive or defensive gesture. This will make said equipment disappear from where it's at and reappear in the hands of its owner at any given time. This is in large thanks to inventors in each world like Huron Vindili from TCW and Polka from Mesto Accelerando (MA) coming up with ways to "sync" one's mana to their property though the integration of science. Depending on the individual, they can usually also cast elemental spells that work to weaken or sometimes penetrate the foe's mana. Due to how protective mana can be for everyone involved, bullets and spells are usually there to chip down one's mana so a sword, which is universally considered the most potent weapon in large thanks to how much more mana it can hold, can finish the job.


Mana Breaks

The most dangerous and terrifying use of mana. When the host becomes too emotionally strained with sorrow and anger, their mana violently reacts by amplifying its power, but in doing so, the host becomes a slave to the emotions that caused the Mana Break to begin with. This blurs the line between friend and foe for everyone and more often than not, causes unwanted death for all sides involved. It's heavily looked down upon and a social taboo to get to that point, so instances of it are rare, and in Mesto Accelerando, the ability to even use a Mana Break has been taken away by Polka's technology from all but Sonatinas.


Death

One of the most interesting aspects of mana is that the closer one gets to death, the more useless healing becomes. The dying can be spotted by bright orbs of light slowly escaping their bodies as their mana prepares to "clean up" the body as best it can before the rest of the mana flies away. It is also very common for a death to happen too soon for the process to begin prehand. In those cases, the mana simply hurries up and cleans up the body before leaving the host through countless orbs. "A night lit from the remains of the dead. Truly a terrifying sight." -Yadav, Sonatina from Mesto Accelerando

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