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The Standing-Point Field, or ‘Heavenfield’ as it has been dubbed, has cost countless lives in conflicts that have led the world to the very brink of war, and yet understanding of its reality, not to mention its very existence is still hotly contested by scientific communities across the globe.

The Discovery of The Heavenfield

The discovery of the Heavenfield can be accredited to late 20th century Soviet scientists, researching into Extreme Upper-Order Particle Transmissions. The world they discovered has proven both beautiful and unpredictable, governed by shifting rules, and populated by haunted memories.


As documented by Dr. Henschel, Head of Soviet research, during their first journeys into the Field they encountered an entity they dubbed an ‘Angel’. This creature warned them of the dangers humans faced, and that ultimately their presence would lead to a ‘Final War’.

Henschel and his followers determined they would dedicate themselves to the protection of the Field, and set about this task with messianic zeal. They faked their deaths and the destruction of their Array, and moved to an unknown location, but not before using the Field to appropriate the huge fortune necessary to fund their work.

Somehow, they managed to build a secret Accelerator Array, and set about recruiting trusted followers, ever-increasing their strength, until they had completed a Fortress within the Field itself.

With the advent of British research into Standing-Point years later, the ‘Exiles’ as they now called themselves, set to work on a series of elaborate plans to sabotage the Project. They succeeded in disabling the Hayden Hill Facility, but with the entry of the Americans into the conflict, the Exiles’ plans went awry.

The growing religious fanaticism amongst the Exiles led to internal conflicts, and ultimately the destruction of the Fortress and the majority of their forces...

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