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grep is a modern setting with the real world as its backdrop, set a dozen years from now. Originally, I designed the setting with the Dark Days causing about a billion casualties, or 1 in 7 people on Earth dying in the course of about two years. The problem was that while this would be the largest disaster in human history in number (though not in percentage of the population), that would really only reset the world's population to where it was in 1999. And yes, there are still plenty of jungles and mountains and very sparsely populated places where the rule of law is tenuous at best, the vast majority of the world would still roll along like it was 1999.
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A second effect is the collapse of manufacturing of most types. In addition to being able to replace things with grep, there would no longer be enough sufficiently skilled people to run high-tech factories. Plus, there is now seven billion people's worth of stuff lying around and only one billion people, so lots of stuff was free for the taking. At the 2030CE start of the setting, this is starting to run down, but there are still new cars sitting on dealership lots, just waiting for someone to claim and refurbish them. Ditto for electronics, fancy houses, etc.
Last, the casualties of the Dark Days were not evenly distributed. Areas with a heavy reliance on technology to exist fared worse. This was usually cities, but cities in climates that relied on imports of water for drinking or fuel for heating fared exceptionally bad. Parts of the American southwest were virtually wiped out. Ditto for large areas in northern latitudes.
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