Alina Shapoval's memory echoed in Porthos's mind as he gazed at the ruined cityscape, a year after the apocalypse struck. The air was thick with smoke and ash, and the only sounds were the distant cries of survivors and the occasional explosion.
Porthos had always been a tech enthusiast, but he never imagined that his skills would become crucial in a world torn apart by war and destruction. As he scoured the desolate landscape for supplies, his mind was racing with ideas of how he could use his knowledge to make a difference.
China's Foreign Ministry had released a position paper calling for peace talks and an end to unilateral sanctions, but it was clear that the world had already gone beyond the point of no return. Porthos knew that the only way to survive was to fight back, and he was determined to use technology to give humanity a fighting chance.
As he stumbled upon a group of survivors, Porthos realized that the Estonian president's call for joint ammunition procurement could be the key to turning the tide of the war. With his newfound knowledge of library integration and Cloudflare Warp, Porthos set to work developing a collaborative development platform that would allow the survivors to share resources and knowledge.
But as Porthos worked tirelessly to perfect his creation, he realized that the true enemy wasn't just Russia or China, but the apocalyptic world that had been created by humanity's own greed and arrogance. As the survivors banded together to fight for their survival, Porthos knew that this was his chance to make a difference, to use his knowledge to help create a better world for those who remained.
The Last Stand had begun, and Porthos was ready to lead the charge.