Ecuadorian Army EE-3 near Quito, during the Great Panic
The fanfic looks great, how sad that they aren´t more of WWZ
Stills taken from the body camera of a Spetsnaz GRU soldier, deployed as part of a joint-expedition between HRE, UFC and ROK Special Forces to investigate a series of large subterranean bunker complexes situated along the Kangnam Mountains. Though relations between the three nations have historically grown terse, reports that the DPRK evacuated its citizens to underground bunker complexes following the Great Panic were sufficient to promote cooperation between the three nations (with corresponding support from NATO) who would conduct several exploratory missions in efforts to confirm their whereabouts.
As with similar NATO-led incursions to the southeast, no conclusive evidence was found that any of the complexes still harboured survivors - the inherent danger of exploring the uncharted tunnels in closed quarters, poor visibility and other environmental hazards from the unstable architecture and flooding precluded a more thorough investigation. Testing of water samples taken from several sites revealed the presence of human remains and Solanum.
Concerns remain that a not-insignificant percentage of North Korea's near-25 million evacuated citizens were infected and remain trapped underground. More alarmingly, investigations have confirmed that most of the bunker complexes, exacerbated by poor construction, lack of maintenance, overgrowth, exposure to the elements and flooding, are likely to collapse or breach within a decade or so, potentially loosing millions of Zekes across the region.
Inspired by this recommended read: The Way Is Shut.