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First Colony on Mars: March 13, 2087
“Evolution is EvoLife” — that was the company's slogan back in the day. EvoLife and its subsidiaries were the acknowledged leader of the biotechnology, genetic engineering, high-tech farming, and chemical industries. The company’s labs conducted groundbreaking research in genetics and biology, and many of those inventions were soon put into mass production.
When the Cataclysm hit, EvoLife took a different path than all other colonies. They sent just a small group of pioneers to Mars to establish a colony, while creating Sanctuaries on Earth where people could live, safe from the Cataclysm's repercussions. Later they placed all the Sanctuary inhabitants on arks and evacuated them to a cave system deep in the Noctis Labyrinthus, where bearable living conditions had already been prepared for them.
On Mars, EvoLife scientists developed biotechnology to promote beneficial mutations in the human body. For this reason, many representatives of this faction, especially the younger generation, have obvious physical differences compared to the people who we are used to seeing. The mutations can vary greatly from person to person, since EvoLife's biotechnologists have invented many methods of altering people to meet different societal needs.
This is due to EvoLife’s Initiation System. Special agencies strive to place every person in the profession that best suits them, and genetics and biotechnology adapt their body according to the demands of the job. Generally speaking, EvoLife society is slowly but surely becoming like a beehive, where everyone does their assigned work and is physically incapable of doing any other job. Much of the population is happy with this arrangement, although there are those who rebel against it. Rebels usually end up being exiled from the colony and marked as antisocial elements.
- The current CEO and head of EvoLife colony is Amaya Laivina.
- Most common mutations among the EvoLife colonists are: eye mutation, more flexible hands, rudimentary reproductive system, stronger digestive system, improved vitamin-D synthesis, and many, many more.
- EvoLife’s bio-engineers can produce lab-grown food that is almost identical to its natural analogue in both taste and texture. That’s why EvoLife’s steaks, wine, and other delicacies are the most expensive in the Solar System.