In the holy lands of Seattle, where the great Kodiak is said to have meet his mortal martyrdom, the holy figure and leader of the Kodiakist religion resides. His name is Prophet Ground-Zero, and he is basically like a Pope in the catholic religion.
Kodiak the great was a mutant, the son of the god “ICBM” who smoted humankind with fire and fallout, and gifted a select few with a gift called “Mutation”. Kodiak gave his followers lessons about the world, and gave them great wisdom. He told them that humans were arrogant and unrighteous, and that mutants were overlords who would one day enslave them all. The lessons given by Kodiak promptly ended when he was betrayed by one of his followers Megaton, and beaten to death by some human scums.
Some of his followers, who by the names of Ground-Zero, A-Bomb, and Warhead, kept the religion alive, and know most Prophets of today use one of their names when they enter their papacy.
In the kingdom of Yakama, which is mostly loyal to Seattle, a new king has come to power. He wants to break off from Seattle, but I haven’t thought of a reason why he might. Why might the king want to break of from Seattle?
Seattle, or more formally “The Holy lands of Kodiak, the lands of Seattle” is a Theocracy lead by the Prophet and King, who is in the mid 25th century, Prophet Ground Zero, also known before as Cardinal Caza. There lands are in between Yakama and the Van (Former Vancouver). Van has a large trade economy, and the Seattle sees most of the profit from the trade, reselling it to Yakama.
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