NOCS – Nocturnal Encounter Available Now

Back story:

When Dr. Rugenn finds a unique genetic transcription factor from a discovery long buried in a Norwegian glacier, he can turn-on multiple traits left dormant in the human evolution. A new race is re-born: the nocturnals. Using his favorite mythological creature as inspiration, the scientist is excited to bring about the nocturnals with fangs, nocturnal cat-eyes, superior senses and attributes. The nocturnals, or NOCS, becomes his pet vampire project. Long after Dr. Rugenn’s death, the small community of nocs lives hidden under the protection of the science society he started.

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Nocturnal Encounter – an introduction to the nocs

It is as a scrawny teenage boy that Varian, a noc, first sees Miranda, while she is attending a science fair with her scientist uncle Ralph. It is love at first sight. His awkward pale appearance and indoor sunglasses register with Miranda as well, but her memory fades while he spends years waiting for an opportunity to expose himself and his kind to her, and woo her. Then one day, Miranda receives an invitation through her skeptics club to attend the summer science seminar at Pinecrest. Pinecrest is the headquarters of Rugenn’s science society and it’s situated in the countryside by the rural town of Hibonville and the hidden nocturnal community. The deconstructive compound is surrounded by lush pine forests, hills, sweeping fields and a small lake. It is the perfect backdrop for adventure and romance for the young urban seminar attendees. The focus of the seminar is to distill mythological creatures and find scientific possibilities behind the myth.

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