- This is a meta page for the Doomsday Report universe and therefore, should be treated as out of character.
The Doomsday Report is a project and reboot based on the 1983: Doomsday timeline on Alternate History Wiki. The divergence from the real world timeline and DR is the fact that the 26th September, 1983, was the day a nuclear war took place, where the Serpukhov-15 Incident erupted into an armageddon which engulfed the northern athmosphere, and where in the modern world, the southern hemisphere dominates world politics.
Contributors are invited to help, but have to learn about the 1983: Doomsday timeline to help. However, the concept is somewhat reinvented and reinterpreted, and as such, creative freedom can be achieved.
Rules[edit | edit source]
The Doomsday Report is under the direct control of Thewolvesden, who exercise ultimate authority over all matters within the project. Naturally, there must be limitations and regulations on what can or cannot be allowed. By familiarizing yourself with the rules and the original timeline if you want to contribute, it'll save the time to prevent any unnecessary personal confrontations, disputes, and headaches. By joining and participating in DR, you are agreeing to abide to the rules and face the disciplinary consequences of any infractions attached to the rules. All prospective members of DR are strongly recommended to join and use Conworld's official Discord server (access here) for quicker, more reliable communication (with the added bonus of new friendships along the way).
Current articles[edit | edit source]
- Jeju (Doomsday Report), article about the autonomous province of the Korean Union
- Ruan Lingyu (Doomsday Report), article about the governor of Jeju
Prospective articles[edit | edit source]
These following articles are the next which will be worked upon, as they all concentrate around the topic of Korea.
- Korean Union (Doomsday Report), the Korean successor state.
- Park Lee-un (Doomsday Report), the former governor of Jeju.
- Chinese Rights Party (Doomsday Report), a prominent party in Jeju, Jeolla and Gyeongsang.
- National Korean Front (Doomsday Report), the biggest party in Korea.
- Saunders John-William (Doomsday Report), the leader of the American Forces of Korea and first governor of Jeju.
- Jeju grunge (Doomsday Report), a subtype of grunge on Jeju influenced by Dunedin sound and old Korean rock.
- American Forces of Korea (Doomsday Report), a band of American troops from Korea and Japan.
- Administrative divisions of the Korean Union (Doomsday Report), administrative divisions of Korea.
- Jeolla (Doomsday Report), a province of Korea.
- Gyeongsang (Doomsday Report), a province of Korea.
- Busan (Doomsday Report), the biggest city in Korea.
- Hyundai Industries (Doomsday Report), the biggest chaebol in Korea.
- Wonsan (Doomsday Report), port city with connections to Soviet Siberia.
- Kaesong (Doomsday Report), capital of Korea
- Korean Wall (Doomsday Report), a wall dividing Korea proper from the refugee zone.
- Refugee Emergency Zone (Doomsday Report), a military district north of the Korean Wall.
Articles on non-Korean topics, such as on survivor communities in China, Siberia, Australia-New Zealand and Japan, will have to be run to Thewolvesden and asked about, and researched on 1983: Doomsday.