Author’s Commentary / End of the “Throneless Trilogy (Jan’22 thru May’22)”:
The direction of this project was to serve as the origin story of Minervai’El (undercover name: Minerva Marie-Sagan), the High Commander of the Hellion Intelligence Agency, during her time as “boots on the ground” as an Angelic Advisor, during the Human Rebellion For Independence of the Second-Generation of Mankind.
This artwork was a depiction before the Flood By Heaven and before she was throat-punched by the Archangel Raphael, where she walked amongst mankind, specifically, the followers of King Adam and Queen Eve who were against being administrated and ruled by the Angels of Heaven.
They are called “The Second-Generation of Mankind or 2G-Man”. For canonical purposes, we (our current time, are the Third Generation of Mankind or 3G-Man), and the HKSF Series takes place in the V-Era or the Fourth Generation of Mankind or 4G-Man.
As observed, Minervai’El utilizes the equipment and uniform of the Purgatorian Armed Forces (PAF) that is relatively advanced, while keeping a low profile, not presenting her black wings. A Spinal Device to reduce back injuries when bearing heavyweight equipment, and the SPEAR-22, which stands for:
The end of this “experimental story” is concluded in the previously written Outro of Minerva’s Stream, remastered by an anonymous singer, as “Throneless II”:
“An old soldier who is tired of war, but has not given up, where many have retired; and continues because she war is all she knows, but she longs to be free. Even then, her nation will not gift her her freedom so easily…”
v2.5 with piano and violin and “III” with bass line and drums are in the works for April and May, thus forming the “Throneless Trilogy” before moving on the the OP/ED for The Masked Parapriestess, aka HKSF Book-01.
Additionally, since Minerva’s Lore borrowed elements of a failed prequel, designated “Book-00A”, this project is designated “Book-00B” and solves much of the problems of the HKSF Novel Series’ old drafts being full of lore dumps and undeeded, deep-dive exposition.The “Zero” in this regard is also inspired by the themes of Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War’s Prequel, Ace Combat: Zero, The Belkan War.
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