In 1955, Dwight D. Eisenhower was the visionary President from Abilene, Kansas, who conceived and implemented the interstate highway system. A hundred years later, the Great State of Kansas has become the Land of Oz, the breadbasket of the American Federation of States formed ten years earlier following the collapse of the world economy and the dissolution of the former United States of America.
In 2055, Kansas is divided into eleven districts, ruled primarily by land barons. John Kerrigan rules the Flint Hills District with the help of his cousin’s Lost Creek MC. Armed bikers guard his crops and cattle, escort grain and cattle trucks to market, and—equally important—make certain that no one steals water. Not his. Not theirs.
In the Flint Hills District, you steal, you die.