Society falls after a government sellout leads to nationwide grid failure and chaos. The treachery started years earlier with backroom secrets and media lies, then grew into a desperate deal with foreign powers to keep a bankrupt culture afloat.
The power elite thought their plan would save them and their money. But of course, when you’re dealing with unscrupulous enemies, those types of deals are just the opposite.
Now everyday citizens across the country must fend for themselves as a foreign invasion rolls into their towns. Murder and mayhem are the result, leaving the unprepared running for cover. Some take refuge in doomsday bunkers, while others turn to those with the skills and the weapons to keep them alive.
The initial 5-part saga was told from the perspective of one small town in Colorado. But this is a nationwide invasion by China and Russia, leaving many other cities and scenarios unexplored as they deal with their own version of this same nightmare. So much more needs to be written by you in the BUNKER WORLD™. Here are a few possible story locations and setup ideas:
There’s a specific mythology to the invasion that is outlined and explored in the initial BUNKER 5-part release. Be sure to read the books and brush up on it. You’re welcome to write anywhere else in the USA you'd like, provided the codex of the BUNKER WORLD™ is followed. The readers will expect you to follow the rules of the invasion and who is behind it (and why,) as outlined in the initial release. The only exception as to location would be the town of Clearwater, Colorado, where most of the initial story takes place. You can't use that location.
The 5-part series released by Jay J. Falconer includes a character named Jack Bunker. This character can only be mentioned in passing or make a brief cameo appearance in your trilogy, provided his involvement fits the story and timeline presented in the initial release. It would be better to create your own scenario and characters somewhere else in the USA, employing an underground facility, fallout shelter, or doomsday "bunker" along the way.