The Poseidon Initiative

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Costs: free
Frequency: At least once a week
URL: [ dead link ]
Type: Fantasy/Modernish
Last-Update: 2007Feb15
Keywords: free, open-ended, email, human, fantasy, modern, historical, rpg


In 2012 a US satalite noticed a large pyramid shape at the bottom of the ocean in the Strait of Gibraltar; the narrow channel of water separating the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.

Scientists, Archaeologists and Historians all over the world went crazy once this discovery was made public, but the depths at which this structure laid made it impossible for study. MIT and Florida State University teamed up with funding from American Robotics Corporation to make excavation and study of this life changing discovery possible.

By 2017 governments across the globe had their hands in this project; a laboratory on the ocean floor. It is now 2025 and the Poseidon Sea Lab, fully functional, is ready for it's staff to arrive.

Greek philosopher Plato described The Lost Island of Atlantis as being engulfed by the ocean some 9,000 years before his time. He claimed it was somewhere outside the Pillars of Hercules, a place know known as the Strait of Gibraltar.

Is this just a neat Myth and a small coincidence or did Plato know what he was talking about?

*This game is an ADULT game. Nobody under the age of 18 allowed*

We have just restarted the game so it is still in the very beginning stages. Please join and be a part of the new beginning! We have added a few fun surprises for the future... it will be interesting to say the least!


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