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The Human Readiness Committee is a Bio-Morph based group created as a means to see if humanity was worthy of uplifting by the Bio Administration after being founded in what is called the Sol system in the late 1840's. The concept of a readiness committee is nothing new as it was considered during the early imperial era for the pami and marduk until it was set aside by Sero Fera, who was in favor of full contact.

The group can be traced back to 1848 as the Earth Exploration Committee under the leadership of then-named Alaric and was formally to operate from 1848 to 1850 within a 2-year approximate time. The group was then converted as the 1st Psyche Regiment following the beginning of the First Galactic War in the same year as it spread. Later as it escalated the 140 Bio-Morph's repelled a rovar invasion from threatening Earth, saving the human race from extinction. Shortly after hostilities ended, the Cyrus-Instan Agreement, a secretive treaty made between Anshan Cyrus and Instan Orim of their respective empires was made. Demarcating the systems borders. Alaric was stripped of his authorization to explore the system when Cyrus signed the Self-Determination Act's 1854 protocol. A move he and his colleagues fought vigorously against. The Sol system and Earth, marked as the homeworld of humanity, were given an official protectorate status without humanity's knowledge by the successor state of the Bio-Morph Empire: the Bio Administration. From then on the system's state remained strictly in the responsibility of the Administration to ensure it's security as a Trust Territory. The human race was labeled as a non-spaceflight species some time after.

In 1898 Alaric's authorization was re-granted by ascendant leader Anshan Cyrus of the Bio Administration and then the Galactic Alliance, albeit in secret, to explore the Sol system and the Earth. He gathered all members of the 1st Psych Regiment from the First Galactic War along with several volunteers to resume where he left off in 1848. The committee ran from 1900 to 2000, a full century to study. Between this time many events would shape the Readiness opinion.

History Edit

The Sol Question Edit

Upon Earth and humanity's discovery, the solar system was placed under morphist protection. At the time, decolonization was well underway. Humans being discovered left Cyrus to close the border from all species minus the EEC already there. Meanwhile a war between the hunyago and rovar that erupted made matters worse. When the main rovar command received word about the system itself, they sent a regiment to secure it. The Battle of Neptune between the morph group and the rovar expedition sent to the system occurred on April 3rd, 1848. All morphs on Earth were immediately called back to the ship to prepare for the eventual encounter. It was agreed that the crew, though lightly manned and armed, would meet the rovar ship at the eighth planet Neptune to prevent them from reaching Earth. The ship would be then be captured and it's crew to be exterminated. Using clever deception tactics, managed to disable the rovar ship and board it. Killing it's captain Goakos IV and crew then securing a planet-cracker payload meant for Earth. Decisively ensuring humanity's continued existence.

The crew stayed for the duration of the war. With political instability, such as the Morph Schism of 1866, affecting the morphs resulting from the empires dissolution, Cyrus placed the system under strict quarantine to prevent anyone from knowing it's secrets. Alaric was stripped of his clearance to continue the EEC's mission and went into exile. For the remainder of the 19th century, the system remained under the Bio Administration as a protectorate. Under the provisions of the Cyrus-Instan Agreement, it would be self-governing system although it's foreign affairs and military would be maintained under Cyrus. To ensure it's security with the Administration, a small portion of Epione's overall economic output, was controversially allocated to fund it's preservation. With only Cyrus, Alaric, the EEC personnel who were there, and Instan until his death, knowing of it's true nature. In 1888, it's borders were expanded to incorporate the human-named Alpha Centauri system (colloquial name: Rigil Kent). Hunyago imperial naming conventions give it two official names: Morph Protectorate of the Sol or simply Morphist Sol. A third name simply as the Bessas system comes after it's explorer. In the post-imperial galaxy, the Battle of Neptune, as so named by it's surviving participants, would be named as a 'forgotten front'.

Despite the protectorate's legality, the system came under scrutiny from anti-morph governments who called it a 'staging ground for a imperial revival.' in response to the Sol having it's borders expanded. Hostilities before this regarding the status of the Sol system were nothing recent. The governments of Enlil and Ninlil have attempted on many occasions to negotiate it's transfer as a GA-administered system but this was turned down every time it was brought up. In 1890, the government of Enlil sent an expeditionary force to relieve it from morph hands. Annexing the neighboring Alpha Centauri system after forcing the small garrison to surrender. This led to a conflict that became known as the Sol War (or the Preservation War). Fought between an alliance consisting of the Enlilian Republic and the Ninlilian Federation against the Bio Administration. To everyone's surprise, Epione came to the aid of Cyrus' Administration. Sending a sizable force to assist in it's rescue. With a third unknown belligerent offering it's assistance as well. With this unexpected help, the war ended in just three months when the pami and yotha sued for peace. Cyrus kept the terms of the Sol Treaty in favorable terms for the Enlil and Ninlil governments as he did not want to compromise future attempts of reconciliation. Both the Enlilian Republic and Ninlilian Federation recognized morphist suzerainty over the Sol system. Promising to never annex it ever again. However, both did not cease their concerns over it's status as a 'morph territory'. To prevent other disturbances from reaching it, Cyrus doubled it's patrols near the border and extended the quarantine mandate for another 55 years. Within the terms of the Sol treaty, several space stations were placed along the border to ensure no foreign presence entered.

Members Edit

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Bio-Morph chroma of all members by country as of June 3rd, 2019. Black means territories with no Morph. Click image to enlarge for better view.

All Bio-Morph's initially started as pairs in the year 1900 when there were only 77 independent area's at this time. As the century went forward and new countries formed, most split from their partner to emigrate to these new countries and/or colonies. Each Bio-Morph took upon a human-based name of their chosen ethnic identity and profession. By June 2000 most had evacuated from their respective posts from dissatisfaction of human nature. At the end of the study deadline, all Bio-Morph explorers retreated to the First Contact position in a manor located in the city of Silkeborg.

Europe - 47 Bio-Morph's

Asia - 44 Bio-Morph's

Africa - 53 Bio-Morph's

North America - 27 Bio-Morph's

South America - 12 Bio-Morph's

Oceania - 14 Bio-Morph's

List of Members by continent and country Edit

This is a list of Bio-Morph's referred by their human name and country of choosing. The name of their originating country may use the former colonial era or self-chosen designation due to the world state at the time of their arrival since 1848.

Europe Edit

  • Hans Bayer of Germany
  • Erasmus Randolf of Denmark
  • Hugo Bram of the Netherlands
  • Xénia Piroska of Hungary
  • Edel Herz of Austria
  • Paien Urbain of France
  • Ivanov Stephashin of Russia
  • Clarissa Ida Sandra of Portugal
  • Leonard Hubert of Poland
  • Carrington Wells of the United Kingdom
  • Pablo Edgardo of Spain
  • Elena Carlotta of Italy
  • Bura Tatjana of Croatia
  • Kai'ssi Jousáhkká of Norway
  • Betha Cathleen and Patrick Cathleen of Ireland
  • Pontus Sander of Sweden
  • Paskal Nikola of Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M)
  • Deborah Delphine of Switzerland
  • Dagmar Vilma of Finland
  • Octavian Vasile of Romania
  • Miangola Joy Bridget of Luxembourg
  • Unnsteinn Cecil of Iceland
  • Tristine Fanny Lou of Belgium
  • Olga Marichka of Ukraine
  • Yoan Ognya and Lyubov Ognya of Bulgaria
  • Hana Mirsada of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Nenad Ritko of Serbia
  • Nasprotovati Otrok of Slovenia
  • Kharis Natassa of Greece
  • Madis Karlis of Latvia
  • Radomila Kazimir of the Czech Republic
  • Havel Kazimir of Slovakia
  • Jetmir Konstandini of Albania
  • Joan Catherine of Malta
  • Bahumila Lojka of Belarus
  • Rasmus Kasper of Estonia
  • Karolis Laima of Lithuania
  • Calin Dorian of Moldova
  • Matilda Susan of the Holy See

Asia Edit

  • Bahadur Behnam of Persia (Iran)
  • Chandra Kanti of the British Raj (India)
  • Parminder Param of Pakistan
  • Huan Li of China
  • Mukhtar Amari and Caliana Amari of Arabia (Saudi Arabia)
  • Nyugen Van Bao of Vietnam
  • Aban Émile of the Lebanon
  • Vincent Rehan of the Sheikhdom of Kuwait (Kuwait)
  • Jansher Rayi of Afghanistan
  • Yin Thuza Khine of Burma (Myanmar)
  • Cemre Elif Nur of Turkey
  • Noa Shira of Southern Syria (Israel)
  • Jawl Wisaal of Syria
  • Gulshat Eda of Turkmenistan
  • Rawan Hassan Zander of Jordan
  • Ubon Suda of Thailand (Siam)
  • Kuwat Wahyu of the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia)
  • Wasim Zurhayr of Qatar
  • Royette Ziegfred of the Philippines
  • Kaiya Nozomi of Japan
  • Nameera Muhayya of Yemen
  • Nam-Jun Ssang of South Korea (Korea)
  • Min-Hwan Ssang of North Korea (Korea)
  • Danang Gunter of Malaysia
  • Zarya Zamfira of Uzbekistan
  • Zabel Patil of Armenia
  • Tamerlan Farid of Azerbaijan
  • Erdelan Gehwer of Mesopotamia (Iraq)
  • Rani Rachna Ruma of Bangladesh
  • Chathura Shanilka of Ceylon (Sri Lanka)
  • Fatema Amal of Bahrain
  • Vasil Tarielashvili of Georgia
  • Daryush Namvar of Tajikistan
  • Basim Mansoor of Oman
  • Rodosthenis Karga of Cyprus
  • Bolat Zhuldyz of Kazakhstan
  • Gurratan Sanani of Nepal
  • Khunbish Qacha of Mongolia

Africa Edit

  • Lalla Sylvie le Bescond of Algeria
  • Richard Kennedy of Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe)
  • Kadri Nero Qadir of Libya
  • Kamilah Bomani of Egypt
  • Okwute Zaki of Nigeria
  • Tarek Omar of Morocco
  • Nyamekye Qamar of the Gold Coast (Ghana)
  • Izem Tamalut Merin of Tunisia
  • Rama Keita of Mali
  • Nya Constant of Chad
  • Kalenga Benedict Kalala of the Congo Free State (DRC)
  • Duursaame Ricardo of South Africa
  • Wellars Gahiji of Rwanda
  • Gloria Nyabenda Thalia of Burundi
  • Yasmiin Xoriyo of Somalia
  • Razak Idrissa of Mauritania
  • Yohannes Teluk of Sudan
  • Mweene Chipo of Zambia
  • Legesse Gedeyon of Ethiopia (Abyssinia)
  • Dinari Vilho of Namibia
  • Nordana Liana of Angola
  • Karamo Ndar Damel of Senegal

North America Edit

  • Jerry Somers of the United States of America
  • Thomas Elliot of Canada
  • Yolanda Ana Maria of Mexico
  • Floriano Charo of Cuba
  • Gino Santiago Miles of El Salvador
  • Kendal Kirby of Panama
  • Archon Pavaro de Costas of Costa Rica
  • Robin Yordi of Guatemala
  • Elena Cruz of Honduras
  • Carmen Lopez of Nicaragua

South America Edit

  • Valentina Sara of Chile
  • Maria Karen of Colombia
  • Angela Karen of Venezuela
  • Belu Tatiana Lucas of Argentina
  • Régulo Jorge Estevão of Brazil
  • Miguel Ximenez of Peru
  • Jenaro Luis Quisbert of Bolivia
  • Vargas Geovanny of Ecuador
  • Enzo Luis of Uruguay
  • Sol Gilliam of Paraguay
  • Roshaan Mourinda of Guyana

Oceania Edit

  • Sebastion Arlo of New Zealand
  • Zara Harper of Australia
  • Maraia Sereana of Fiji

Human members Edit

"We still can't pinpoint the definitive reason why humans do what they do. Their contradictory nature eludes even to those among us who lived in this developing era. Culture, language, religion, and politics aside, we cannot continue the quest for the true answer unless we hire those who have, literally, lived it themselves. I am requesting authorization of inducting human members. With this log are files of those we are eying for potential recruitment."
— Alaric's status log delivered to Anshan Cyrus, requesting authorization of allowing the morphs to recruit humans (c. 1944)

The organization itself has gone out of its way to introduce human members despite the fact one of it's main goals is to remain secret as they study humanity.

  • Hnazant Maral - Biologist
  • Carlito Erasmo - Social worker
  • Grizela 'Agnus' Senga - Homo-sapien insights
  • Ibram Massoud - Business magnate
  • Ksenya Masha - Farmer
  • Hiroshi Makoto - Historian
  • Mustafa Barlas - Religious insights
  • Jesse Gonzalez - Religious insights

Equipment Edit

All members of the Human Readiness Committee are equipped with weapons of choice. Some within the group use Administration Basher pistols or rifles. More importantly a standard issue forearm device that functions as the following:

  • Long-range teleporter - Allows members to teleport from anywhere on the planet and to the Transvaal orbiting Jupiter
  • Shielding - Prevents injury from weapons fire. Requires recharge
  • Stealth Camouflage - Cloaking ability used to either avoid detection or infiltrate area's
  • Hacking - The device hacks into electronics such as security systems, camera's, etc
  • Communicator - Let's member's talk to one another anywhere in the solar system
  • Scanner - Allows examination of objects such as minerals or DNA samples
  • Self destruction - Destroys all traces of anything nearby including body
  • Flag patch - The official flag of the country where the Morph resides/represents is worn on the left or right shoulder. While used for symbolic purposes at first glance, they really hold biometric data for their bearers. Including historical data of the country. Because of their importance to the organization, they were made extremely durable against all types of damage

Events participated in Edit

World War I and World War II Edit

The most notable conflict nearly all members were involved were the first two World Wars. The First World War in the early 1910's where most Bio-Morph's were conscripted while those in the non-conscripted countries remained home to avoid involving themselves in conflict. Some were incarcerated for their opposition to the war as a result of this.

The Second World War during the early to mid 1940's against the Axis powers, particularly Nazi Germany's racial policy, in what was seen as the grievous insult one race could do to itself. All Bio-Morph's were encouraged to join the Allied powers to fight against the Axis by order of the Committee leader Alaric Bessas. By the end of the war, 97% of the group's members contributed to the Allied war effort against the Axis powers. It was seen as a worldwide civil war.

  • Erasmus Randolf - Collaborated with the Danish Resistance movement during the occupation of Denmark
  • Hans Bayer - Acted as an Allied mole within the SS
  • Carrington Wells - Present during D-Day in the Omaha sector
  • Jerry Somers - Present during D-Day in the Omaha sector and was involved with the Dachau liberation reprisals
  • Kaiya Nozomi - Secret Allied spy for the United States. Would go on to survive the Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
  • Clarissa Ida Sandra - Aided in the rescue of Jews during Portugal's neutrality
  • Hugo Bram - Collaborated with the Dutch Resistance during the occupation of the Netherlands
  • Lala Sylvie de Bescond - Member of the French Expeditionary Corps during the Italian Campaign including Operation Torch. Also participated in the Normandy landings.
  • Ivanov Stepashin - Participated in the Battle of Stalingrad and Battle of Berlin
  • Leonard Hubert - Member of the Council to Aid Jews (Żegota)
  • Thomas Elliot - Present during D-Day in the Juno sector and the Battle of the Scheldt
  • Pablo Edgardo - Was a Spanish Maquis against the Vichy regime in France and Nazi Germany
  • Royette Ziegfred - Collaborated with the Philippine resistance against the Japanese occupation and assisted the U.S. re-capture
  • Richard Kennedy - Participated in the North African Campaign
  • Nyugen Van Bao - Việt Minh member against the Japanese and Vichy French in French Indochina.
  • Zara Harper - Assisted Ziegfried with the liberation of the Philippines and participated in the Borneo Campaign
  • Sebastion Arlo - Participated with Richard in the North African Campaign
  • Huan Li - Participated in the Burma Campaign
  • Okwute Zaki - Assisted with Huan Li in the Burma Campaign
  • Paien Urbain - Collaborated with the French resistance against the Vichy regime
  • Bahadur Behnam - Although Iran declared neutrality until the Anglo-Soviet invasion, Behnam assisted Carrington as a British soldier under his command

Additional notes Edit

  • In actuality, their are approximately 195 countries as of South Sudan's independence in 2011. Since the organization acts from 1898 to 2000, the countries that gained independence during the 21st century such as East Timor (2002), Montenegro (2006), Kosovo (2008), and South Sudan (2011) are not listed. Below are other territories not considered sovereign nations and so on.
    • Taiwan is not listed. The island acted as the legal China under the name of "Republic of China" from 1945 until losing it's UN membership in 1971 to mainland China.
    • The Palestinian area's of the West Bank and Gaza Strip although not listed are represented by countries that border those two regions.
    • Greenland became a part of the Danish Realm in 1953. In 1979 Denmark granted Greenland home rule. With being granted self-rule in 2008.
    • Western Sahara gained independence from Spain in 1975 has been listed as a Non-self-governing territory since 1963. From 1970 onward has been embroiled in conflict.
    • Crimean Peninsula is shown on the map above to still be a part of Ukraine as it has yet to be annexed by Russia.
    • Swaziland changed it's official name to 'Eswatini' meaning 'Land of the Swazis' in April 2018.
    • Macedonia in June 2018 had opted to change it's official name to North Macedonia following a treaty with neighboring Greece. Becoming ratified in February 2019.
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