Sci fi writer, Laser maker, tecnician, Navy Vet, one that enjoys video and board games, and movies
Plot: While tracking down an assassin a meteorite explodes in mid air, the lone survivor begins to exhibit increased strength, healing factor, libido, better senses, and increased cognitive abilities. He must use his new abilities to protect the keep from other creatures that changed due to the effects of the strike.
Stellar Cruise Part 3
As the years long journey continues, tensions start to rise as the passengers and crew suffer through boredom... The game had not been as easy to program as Jesivel thought it would be. It seemed that it was easier to kill zombies than it was to give them life, who knew? Her mother apparently, who actually did deal with code for a living.
Stellar Cruise Part 4
Kestra manages to make her message heard, the will of the bored zombies is begining to crumble... The past week Kestra had been under cabin arrest was the worst in history. She was so bored that she was about to rip her long furs out in frustration. The charge had been passenger harassment, which was fine, technically she had been harassing, well, everyone. But the sentence was unjustified, literally as soon as she was officially charged, she was sentenced. The captan was just after her to stop her religious crusade, just like every authority figure in the known galaxy.
Stellar Cruise Part 2
When there is nothing to do, people will find a way Rory shared a cabin with one of her best friends from college. They had shared a dorm for the better part of five years, and were now both on their way to new worlds, to make names for themselves in their respective fields. As recent grads, they had very little in the way of spare cash, so their cabin was the cheapest possible. It was barely big enough for the two racks and tie downs for their trunks. By far, the biggest problem, though, was that it lacked private facilities. But since they just got out of the dorm, and new each other so well, what was another 2 years of skirting the halls barely dressed before and after a shower. All in all, it was almost tolerable.
Stellar Cruise Part 1
Just another day on an interstellar cruise, we find some of the passengers getting to know each other... The darkness of space stretched infinitely in all directions. One could look out any viewport and see the same shimmering black velvet, broken only occasionally by brief flashes as a celestial body was passed. Though there were many similarities between the seaside and the starscape, it was mostly a contrast.
Stellar Cruise Part 5
When things finally come to a head, will the passengers and crew be ready... The Zala’s senior staff met every ship’s morning in the main conference room behind the bridge. The room was dominated by an oblong table that kind of resembled a fat plantain. The senior most of the staff sat around it while their aids and junior lieutenants stood behind them. Screens displayed ships status and viewports on either side showed the void of space in its ebony glory.
Raid of Pride
While on patrol, a security vessel, ‘Pride’s Call,’ is assigned to investigate an unknown base on an ice world moon, orbiting a gas supergiant, in a brown dwarf system. When it is discovered what the base contains, a kill order for all inside is issued, but due to operational and security conditions it must be done as quietly as possible. Key concepts: Minevjtirkjot—a fringe group of Kaxar that believes that it is acceptable to consume vjtirkjot, or sapient flesh, in contrast to the majority’s held beliefs that only non-sapient flesh can be consumed. Hosts—a select group of individuals, of all species, that can bond with a symbiote, gaining great powers, but at a price; one is constantly hungry due to the symbiotes caloric load, and due to living forever while non-hosts have age limits, real relations are problematic, not to mention they will always be warriors in the military and beholden to the government for enough sustenance to survive. Kaxar—Felinoid race and member of the Stellar Coalition, they believe in honor and Clan over self and are generally seen as the best warriors of the galaxy. Bruish—a reptilian race and member of the Stellar Coalition, lacking emotions and being long lived, they are the best strategists of the Coalition and are often seen by the other races as cold, calculating, cunning, and manipulative often using double entendre to sow confusion. Edun—One of the few artificial races, this race of humanoids are the best and worst combination of races, and due to their artificial nature, they have to fight to maintain a voice in the coalition. Stellar Coalition—One of the key governing bodies of the galaxy, made up of many races, but notably the Kaxar, the Bruish, and Edun, they strive to keep some semblance of the peace established by the long vanished Ansaii. Ansaii—A race of avians, they built the stellar coalition, but mysteriously vanished millennia ago, causing a galactic civil war that was only recently resolved. Deathpride—A reputed secret police/research group of the Kaxar not publicly acknowledged due to their extremist ideals and the supremacist ideology. Shaownet—a reputed secret police/spy/research ring made up mostly of Edun, not publicly acknowledged, but the majority of the races suspect Shadownet secretly runs the government and subverts the other races. Dark Khanate—The Kaxar afterlife, similar in concept to Valhalla.
A mysterious signal radically shifts the destiny of an entire world... 5th of Harvest. 3314 It was a night like any other night. I was monitoring the equipment of the Lethian Radio Observatory, starting at a screen waiting for something to happen. As I sat there nearly napping, head nodding and eyes to glassy, static erupted from the speakers, launching my heart to the ceiling.