Shelter tells the story of Rin, a 17-year-old girl who lives her life inside of a futuristic simulation completely by herself in infinite, beautiful loneliness. Each day, Rin awakens in virtual reality and uses a tablet which controls the simulation to create a new, different, beautiful world for herself. Until one day, everything changes, and Rin comes to learn the true origins behind her life inside a simulation.
A rather interesting situation for Travellers to run into. The kinder, softer inverse of Ray Bradbury’s story.
(The two videos and stories can even be pushed into a contrast of hard-edged Solomani individualism and a soft-tone Vilani collectivism. But I generally portray the Vilani as a good deal more tougher, commanding, and masculine than the Japanese, Chinese, or other Asian group-first societies.)