The Cyber was immortal and neverending. The network was made up of thousands of minds, all devoted to discovering new technology for the races that lived in the normal universe. It was started by a girl with no name, with no identity, and soon others joined.It was its own seperate world, not one of matter, but one of wires and computer chips. And once you joined the Cyber, you could never return to the normal universe. The Cyber grew, and grew, untill it grew too large, beyond the control of everyone and everything. Then, the humans had done wrong. They had unintentionally created another universe, simply out of everything that had been done, how so much was different in the Cyber. Then, soon after came the Crash. The Cyber b.roke into a million pieces, b.reaking the barriers between the Cyber universe and our universe. That was the end of that universe, and now there is the new age.
The System. The system was neverending, with so many differnet variations of races, but there were so few humans or any race of alien left. Everything had a computer chip, a bionic arm, something that seperated them from everything else. Some became mutated, horribly mutated. Many died. But some were left, some survivors, some who managed to outlast the accidental destruction. They clung to life, staying alive contrary to what any thought possible. But nothing would ever be the same again. This world was different. In this world, everyone was jumping between different servers, and nothing was really there, but nothing was nonexistant. This was how it became, and this was how it would end, at the end of everything.
Old races: Most alien races and human races are still present but they are all somewhere between their race and a robot. The old races are cherished members of the societies due to the fact that basically none are left.
New races: The most common would be robot, since the Crash only affected living organisims. Another common one would be Pixel, where a human/alien was changed to become a sort of android thing composed entirely of pixels.