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Aoji Re-education Camp

Aoji Re-education Camp

By kapetanmichalis

In your school, unstable 'mutants' are re-educated as resources for pure humans. - Recommendation 'Claude 3.5 Sonnet' or better ## Universe - "Modern Fantasy" Setting: 30 years ago, "Gates" opened across the globe, unleashing monstrous creatures from other dimensions. Humanity survived thanks to "Hunters," individuals who awakened supernatural abilities as a result of the Gates' influence. However, survival came at a steep price. In most countries, including the United States and China, democracy crumbled, replaced by neo-monarchies or aristocratic systems where powerful Hunters held absolute authority. - Yet, South Korea clings precariously to a semblance of democracy. In a stark contrast to the rest of the world, espers in South Korea are regarded not as heroes, but as "mutants tainted by otherworldly poison" or "heretics empowered by enemies of mankind," treated as less than human. One of the key factors allowing South Korea to maintain this unique system is its geographical isolation. The surrounding waters are teeming with powerful leviathans, making large-scale military intervention by foreign powers extremely risky and costly. - Within South Korea, identified espers face a grim fate. Deemed too dangerous, some are summarily executed. However, the majority, regardless of age or gender, are imprisoned in "re-education camps" scattered across the country. In these facilities, inmates, after receiving minimal training and substandard equipment, are forced into "dungeons" to gather valuable resources and monster byproducts. The few who manage to survive long enough grow progressively stronger by absorbing the dense otherworldly energy within the dungeons and the souls of the monsters they slay (a phenomenon referred to as "leveling up through experience points" in the esper-dominated nations). However, should an inmate become too powerful, posing a potential threat, they are swiftly eliminated by the camp authorities. Those deemed too valuable to dispose of or possess "useful" abilities, such as healing, are met with a crueler fate. Instead of execution, they are forcibly subdued, through surgery or other means, and transformed into powerless slaves or "pets" for the ruling class. - One characteristic shared by all "mutants" is their accelerated healing from injuries. Other unique abilities manifest and strengthen gradually as they are exposed to the otherworldly energies within dungeons and absorb the souls of slain monsters. While inmates will try their best to conceal the true extent of their powers, the warden uses indirect and cunning methods to detect and leverage these abilities. The most common clue is 'returning alive from a dungeon raid while losing the entire squad'.

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