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|November 30th, 2010|
|Media Included||DS Game Card|
Fissure is the long-awaited first game in That One Series With a Long and Uninteresting Name That I Do Not Wish to Remember. It is a community project.
Writer's Note: This is the basic plot gathered from what Plums had planned for it, based on many articles.
Unten was a blue Beorn, possibly the last of his kind, adopted by Chief Dongorio, leader of the Baraenion Tribe on Peaceful Plains, located in the land of Nukingdom, on the continent of Garth, on the planet Zeon. Dongorio had taken him in as his son after finding him as an infant, alone, on a rainy night. Unten had become a part of the advanced Baraenion Tribe and he was skilled, both athletically and mentally.
Meanwhile, Doomulus Grime, a once powerful member of the Doomuli Organization, was traveling to obscure planets in order to escape the other doomuli and get away with stealing their most prized invention, the GigaDrill, a huge drill-like device that could absorb the nutrients in soil and transfer it into a living organism. After landing on Zeon, he noticed that it had unusually fertile soil. Planning to use the nutrients and the GigaDrill to fufil his dream of ultimate power, he began to drill through Zeon.
However, Unten and the rest of his tribe had not been affected, nor had yet heard of Doomulus Grime's invasion for several years. Unfortunately, this had been the time that it would take Grime to drill through Zeon. So, one day, a massive earthquake took place. Soon after, a giant fissure opened up, splitting the entire planet of Zeon in half and separating Unten from Dongorio and the entire Baraenion Tribe. Unten then decides to somehow save Zeon and get back to the tribe, not yet aware that Doomulus Grime is behind the whole thing.