ungoodwise adv. not well
“Given for instance the word good there was no need for such a word as bad since the required meaning was equally well — indeed better — expressed by ungood.”

“None if the now existing adverbs was retained, except for a very few already ending tin the -wise; the wise termination was invariable. The word well, for example, was replaced by goodwise.”

-George Orwell, 1984

Escape
Welcome to the world of Ungoodwise.
In the near future as government fail and collapse under the burden of debt, they turn the management of the world and its people over megacorporations. Four megacorporations have risen to control the world. The pharmaceutical company, Escape controls the North and South America, the British Isles, and all islands of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. A guerrilla army of revolutionaries has formed in the Escape territories. They call themselves the Proletariat (Proles). From the ranks of the Proles comes Ungoodwise.

Megan, Nick, Rasta, Uyi, and Wred are Ungoodwise.