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Project: REAPER

Search and destroy.

A group of elite soldiers blasts through a time rift that connects an abandoned military facility in present day to a lush forest on the banks of what would eventually become the Black Sea. 100 million years ago. The age of dinosaurs. The Cretaceous.

In an effort to correct instances of science gone awry, a team of mercenaries and retired soldiers led by Damon Butcher is sent back into Earth’s past to hunt down and eradicate the four-armed super-predator created in a lab by global tech giant Allied Genetics. Codenamed “Goliath,” this bipedal monster has created nothing but mayhem since being released into the wild. It is up to Damon’s team to wipe them off the face of the planet before they can wreak even more havoc.

Unfortunately, Goliath wasn’t the only genetic modification Allied was tinkering with. Enter Project: REAPER.

What started as a T-Rex quickly became the worst version of itself with the help of advanced surgical techniques and DNA enhancements. Reaper is bigger, taller, smarter and meaner than the T-Rex it was based on. Now Damon had to contend with this new nightmare. The soldiers quickly find an unexpected ally in the hunt for the remaining Goliaths. The Reaper, it turns out, hunts other apex predators for sport. Now, however, the big dino turns its attention to the soldiers.

This could be an adventure no one survives.

Boss Walnuts walked from area to area in Building 5 completely oblivious to the grim fog of death that hung fatly over the entire Paradox Iron complex. He walked with his arms clasped behind his back and an unlit cigar clenched tightly between his teeth.

"Let them hate me," he had once told a friend, echoing a favorite expression of Julius Caesar. "As long as they fear me."

                                                                                                                                                             - Paradox Iron

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