Season 1 Title Card
Dahir Insaat is a post-apocalyptic science-fiction web-series. The format for the series is unique, each episode being a CGI animation of a ludicrous idea pitched directly to investors. Though often misunderstood as mere patent trolling, or the works of somebody with more money than sanity, the groundbreaking science fiction series has been received with widespread critical acclaim among Imperial scholars. Click here to view the entire series on YouTube, or follow along with the links in the article.
The plot takes place in the distant future. The Earth, ravaged by the destructive nuclear wars of humans thousands of years in the past, has returned to its lush neutral self. However, the first long-term nuclear shelters have begun to unseal, and humans once again roam the planet.
The only surviving states are the Russian Federation, led by the reanimated mummy of Vladimir Putin, and the city of Istanbul, controlled by the Dahir Insaat corporation. Due to thousands of years of cultural funneling, American English is the only spoken language on the planet. Russia’s reemerging citizens leave Putin facing the biggest housing crisis in history. To capitalize on this, Dahir Insaat has created several pitches for capital addressed directly to Putin, claiming to solve the housing crisis by creating massive, elaborate planned cities.
One possible design for a Dahir Insaat planned city
The radiation of ancient war has deeply affected the animal population in the future. Almost no mammals or marine animals remain, but plants continue to thrive on the surface. Each Dahir Insaat city is surrounded by hundreds of greenhouses to produce food for the residents. Due to the Russian Federation’s preserved underground car factories, combined with Earth’s restored atmosphere, every citizen owns one to twelve cars. Unfortunately, only the design schematics for the 2012 Honda Civic and the 2009 Murciélago were preserved. Dahir Insaat’s futuristic supermarkets augment this modern lifestyle, where the cultivated food from the greenhouses is transported and sold to the customers.
Most modern humans are fair-skinned, blonde, and blue-eyed due to generations of humans born through severe gene pool bottlenecking. Everyday life is much different in the future. Humans consume large amounts of high-cholesterol, cavity-causing foods through Dahir Insaat automated restaurants, leading to a health epidemic that was thankfully cut short by Dahir Insaat’s medical advancements in both hematology and dentistry. Citizens send and receive mail through a city-wide, underground delivery system, and modern culture places heavy emphasis on balconies as status symbols. The nuclear wars have permanently destabilized the Earth’s tectonic plates, making earthquakes a much more common occurrence. Dahir Insaat’s uniquely engineered beds protect residents from any harm during a potential seismic event.
Dahir Insaat Fruit Truck Quadcopter
Russia’s widely dispersed population requires the construction of not only millions of planned Dahir Insaat cities, but also mass transport and roads to connect them. This distance has generated much plotting between Russian city-states, seeking to destroy each other and take control of the remaining territory. Since the schematics for the advanced weapons technology of the past was preserved, the weapons of the future are much more terrifyingly effective, and are mostly engineered by Dahir Insaat. Though F-22 Raptors, MiGs and B-2 Spirits dominated the skies early-on, the Dahir Insaat Fruit Truck Quadcopter redefined warfare and is currently unrivaled in its destructive capability. The Dahir Insaat Wagon Wheel controls the borders of each city, making conventional tank warfare futile.
Unbeknownst to all, Dahir Insaat ultimately seeks to take control of the entire Russian Federation through the use of their seemingly harmless technology. Once construction is completed on all cities, Dahir Insaat plans to unleash the final stage of their plot: every Russian citizen is swallowed by their earthquake-proof bed at once, and the shelter compresses and transforms into an indestructible remote-control mini-tank called the GCV. Effectively holding every Russian citizen hostage simultaneously, the GCVs can march straight to the office of the reanimated mummy of Vladimir Putin uncontested.
Unfortunately, funding for the web-series seems to have been cut short before the second season showing the GCV war could have been produced. However, the implications of the first season are obvious to any observant viewer, and thus the setup for the following season was easily deduced.