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Man has engaged in biotechnology and other ways of engineering or organisms for all of its history.

Shared TimelineEdit

Early forms of genetic engineering, or 'Biopunk' have insured health and expansion of mankind.

  • Wolves domesticated, possible in early China though speicfics very.
  • Birth of Agriculture
    • Wheat domesticated in Levant
    • Corn Domesticated in central america

History of Domestication?
History of domestication

216Edit

1215Edit

1492Edit

  • Columbus 'Discovers' North America, beginning of the Columbian exchange
  • Years of plague in the new world nearly wipes out all indigenous populations, millions die.
    • Causes population explosion in numerous pray species including passenger pigeons and Buffalo.
    • Tenpurature drops due to mass population die off in the new world.

Germ Warfare Hist

1686Edit

1700sEdit

  • Louis XIV of France turns down the offer of an Italian chemist to develop to first bacteriological weapon, the chemist is granted a pension for his silence.[1]

1727Edit

  • March 31st
    • Isaic Newton dies

Reference Mary Wollstonecraft Shelly

1815Edit

  • Mount Tambora erupts

1816Edit

1819Edit

Twig HistoryEdit

1821Edit

  1. This is believed to be the divergence point but it was likely earlier. Cultural milestones during and after this date is solely based on story notes in Twig.
  2. Remember to cover The War

1903Edit

1906Edit

1908Edit

  • Tunguska Meteor burst event

1921Edit

  • Spring: Percy's child clones are rooted out and killed or turned. Percy is recruited to a rebel cell including Cynthia.
  • Summer: Mauer attempts to incite the people of Radham to rebel against the Academy. He fails, and retreats.
  • Fall: The Lambs have been interviewing people, interminably. Sub Rosa stalks the Bowels. Briggs loses control of Radham Academy to the Duke of Francis.
  • Winter: Genevieve Fray allows the Lambs to catch up to her in Kensford. She leashes and sterilises wide swathes of the Crown States, starting The War.

1922Edit

  • Spring: Westmore and then Whitney, having rebelled, are retaken by the Crown; the latter with involvement from the Lambs.
  • Summer: a nest of Ghosts is discovered in Radham, and the traitor Avis is captured. Project Caterpillar reboots.
  • Over the months, the rebellion breaks into competing factions that focus on opposing the Academy or the Crown specifically.
  • Winter: Avis escapes from her imprisonment and joins up with fray amd her band.

1923Edit

  • Spring: The various rebel factions meet in Brechwell to try to unite against the Crown. The Lambs are sent to try to stop them.
  • Summer
  • Fall: using the texts that Genevieve Fray had produced, Mauer's faction created several primordials in Lugh. The Duke of Francis assaults the city; the Baron Richmond and his twin sisters enter the fray personally. Meanwhile, the Lambs are looking for the fled daughter of obnoxious aristocrats. Gordon dies. Lugh is destroyed, three of the twins are killed, and the primordials are destroyed—but not before one creates a fitting reminder of its rage and pain.
  • Winter: The Baron Richmond and his surviving sister are murdered in Warrick by the clone Mary Cobourn and Sylvester of Lambsbridge, who at last publicly defects, with Jamie.

1924Edit

1925Edit

  • Spring Hackthorn takeover and trap
  • Summer: The Lambs casually take over most of what's left of the Crown States with blackmail, manipulation, threats and some very carefully choreographed information management.
  • Fall Redham Conclusion
  • Winter: green clover is found growing in the choking blackwood sprawl.

1926Edit

References Edit

  1. Louis XIV Britanica entry
  2. Hitchcock, Susan Tyler. 2007. Frankenstein: A Cultural History. New York: W.W. Norton.
  3. “Scientists working for the Academy have been more careful than you’re being and still been surprised,” Lillian said. “Um, back in…”

    “1903,” Jamie supplied.

    “Thank you. Yes, back in 1903, there was a bad incident. The problem is, once it becomes a problem, it becomes a runaway problem. Not in that it runs away, but that it gets more out of control with every passing moment.” - Excerpt from Bleeding Edge 8.11
  4. Interlude 3.x