Life on the surface isn't as idyllic as everyone once hoped it would be. The sudden appearance of monsters has lead to unrest and division among humankind. There are those that support the creatures, welcoming them to the surface with open arms. On the other hand, there are those who would do anything to see the monsters barricaded back underground. To make matters worse, a series of mysterious human deaths has fingers pointed in the monsters' direction. Can the monsters and their allies make things right before another senseless war is waged? You decide.
July 7th, 2016
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Doctor Alphys now collaborates with human scientists. With the aid of a team of humanity's finest, her research has progressed quickly. Together, they've discover the missing links between human and monster souls. While DETERMINATION does play a key role in preservation, the soul also harbors a power source of sorts. This new element, the thing that gives DETERMINATION its strength, has been dubbed "TRUE LOVE". Armed with this discovery, Alphys tests this new element on an old experiment. To right her wrongs, the subject of her first trial is a certain golden flower. The results are spectacular.
At last, Asriel has been freed from his petaled prison. With the help of what Alphys calls DETERMINATION THERAPY, he's adjusting to life in a new body. The monsters have been celebrating-- not only do they have their prince back, the universe's biggest threat is now gone. For the former residents of the Underground, this means relief. Without fear of Flowey lurking in the shadows, monsters only need to worry about fitting in. Humans and monsters are attempting to work together, brokering peace and seeking a place for everyone to belong, but distrust still exists. Both sides are wary, the war not easily forgotten.
Matters are only complicated further when a strange string of murders is discovered. Humans, often instrumental in anti-monster legislation and movements, die suddenly and violently. When the bodies are found, they're surrounded by golden flowers that seem to have sprung up overnight. Given the circumstances, fingers frequently point to a certain flower-loving monster king, but Asgore pleads innocence. Still, even monsters are starting to wonder if the Dreemurs might have a hand in this new source of unrest...