• 18-Lalslan

    Silver light washed the mountains, paled them┬áso they gleamed with cosmic metal. Stars beyond twinkled across the blue-to-black night sky while the white sands of the mountain where he stood were lit garish white-blue-purple. Songs flowed through his head, half-remembered and almost heard. Old nostalgic dance music from a youth spent in clubs and warehouse …

  • 16-Lalslan

    Lalslan prepared for his shuttle. He was beyond ready; he’d been waiting for days in the quarantine facility. Its tiny metal halls, racks of supplies, potted plants, robotic attendants, racks of cryogenic tanks holding surplus bodies- he knew every inch of it by now, and it was driving him absolutely out of his mind. He’d …

  • Journal of Gordon Ogle – Day 2

    <–Previous This was a big day, a lot changed. For one thing I got a bit more familiar with the townsfolk. They’re strange, no doubt, but seem like decent enough folk. The place I’m in used to be a fairly large town, now most of it is gone and only a few blocks remain. Of …

  • Risks

    }{ On the largest asteroid that floated in a self-destructive ellipse between Fesiun and Dremuc several cities flourished. The orbiting rock was nearly the size of a small planet, and the Geshente that lived there were happy in their Geshente way to have found a place where no one bothered them. All of the planets …