After the Machines. Episode Three: Descent: Volume 3 (This Mortal Coil)
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Episode 3. The machines control our world. It’:s time we took it back.
In the ruins of our world, a new order arose, an order controlled by the very machines humankind created. The end for us came not from a massive global war but from something unthinkable, incomprehensible. The machines simply replaced us and we let them, and so, in the end, humanity went out not with a bang, but with a whimper. No shots fired. No bombs dropped. No cities destroyed. We ended and the machines began—:or at least that is what the few human survivors of the machine apocalypse believe.
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