3 years ago: The Atitlán Volcanoes erupt; most of Guatemala vanishes under ash and lava.
2 years ago: The first cases of Atitlán Toxin Exposure appear in the United States. Eventually 64,000 people will be hospitalized in the US. Only a little over 600 of those will survive.
1 year ago: The Atitlán Toxin is gone; no more cases of A.T.E. are recorded in the U.S. The first survivors are released from the hospital a few months later.
Today: You’ve just been released from the hospital, a survivor of ATE, no longer a victim of it. But you’ve been gone for the better part of a year – your new life has just begun.