Originally Posted by Haruspex_Pariah
After a hundred years, likely less, no living human remembers the time before the war. After two hundred? The world before the war is basically a myth.
Human, sure. But there are also ghouls, robots, and records... leading to things like the Kings, where they fixate on an old world oddity.
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