ERROR CORRECTOR 1: THE PHANTOM MENACE
Global stability seems just on the horizon thanks to the virtual games, and four ambitious American scientists are determined to take things to the next level with the invention of the realities: fictional universes come to life via AI and virtual technology. There’s just one problem; they require direct human maintenance to keep storyline errors from causing malfunctions. Fifty young slumdogs are recruited and trained by the US government to be unrivaled virtual warriors in order to manage these realities, and their mission is very specific: ensure that the storyline of each reality remains constant to canon. The realities are the bedrock of American civilization, so failure is not an option.
No matter how attached the Error Correctors get to the stories and the characters.
ERROR CORRECTOR 2: ATTACK OF THE CLONES
Harlene Ballantine grows up, royally fucks up, enters into a war of wills with Count Dooku, and begins to confront unpleasant truths about herself, The Republic, and the Jedi. Meanwhile, behind the curtains of Utopia, The Congress of Aryan Alliances forms an unstable alliance with rogue virtual warriors who call themselves the Virus Creed.
ERROR CORRECTOR 3: REVENGE OF THE SITH
The CAA has declared all-out war against the United States, and the mysterious Virus Creed destroys a reality to prove their power. As a third blow, the Error Correctors are outed to the public. Knowing they’ll be called into service once the Virus Creed makes its move against another reality, Harlene and her fellow Error Correctors begin to push the boundaries of the abilities they wield in their virtual worlds. Enraged at what the Jedi have become, Harlene plots her own personal vendetta against them, and begins to embrace the power and influence she once greatly feared.
Future Error Corrector sequels:
Sonic the Hedgehog (game based)
The Lord of the Rings
The Vampire Diaries
Pirates of the Caribbean
Star Trek (2009)