Idea by Drakel and Stryder
The rise and evolution of man was always predesignated but the fall however was not. Looking up to the stars was natural to a human being, to see the twinkle of the ever luminescent stars millions of light-years away. Man had always aspired to reach the stars and find the new life and proof that they were not alone in the universe. But instead of exploring the vast ocean of stars and finding existence of other sentient beings, the sentient life found man. High above the Russian skies, something had been nearing the Earth, streaking past the stars and forcing its way into the atmosphere. When the busy people of Russia focused on the disturbance in the skies, the sight was one to behold, a flaming, spherical, mass like a comet. The oddly flesh colored craft burned brightly as it barreled down, arcing and turning toward a forested area of Tunguska, its trajectory seemed to be aimed toward the area, seeming to be a reiteration of the infamous Tunguska phenomenon.
Rendering the city of Khabarovsk below sightless, unaware of what was going on around them. In ground zero, Tunguskaís the aftermath was an evident repeat of the incident but on a scale so much worse, the water that once filled the crater of a lake had been reduce to nonexistent. The sound of confusion had been awakening the inhabitants of the craft, hundreds of flesh colored beings of unnatural mass erupted out of the shipís hull and down the side of the mountain with dizzying striking speed. The alien life forms we had so wished to meet had come to us, soon to make us all pray that we had stopped looking for new life.
The beings of undetermined mass began to force entry into the unfortunate people of Khabarovsk, flooding their grotesque bodies into people as if they were parasites. The terrifying result was not much different than the people before they were infected, the afflicted persons seemed completely normal at a distance as well as adjacent to someone. The one thing that separated them from man was that they were blind within there host, but they were not a defenseless creature, reacting off of the slightest sound and or movement and meeting it with aggression. The creatureís seemed to be giving heavy responses to noise only, so much in fact that it could have been exploited for it was the ideal that they were at their weakest while within the host body.
That ideal was crushed within a matter of mere days, the hostís body seemed to become more prominent with the infection. The parasitic alien seemed to be slowly consuming the hostís body and reclaiming its sight sense, making it much more dangerous than before when it was unseeing. This second stage of parasitic takeover had not been foreseen or even contemplated but the result of it was devastating. Not only were people overtaken by this plague-like parasite but so was everything else, the animals had taken on terrifying new forms, the waters had been polluted with spores as well as the plant life, rendering it virtually useless by anything and everything that required it. It would only get worse as time progressed.