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21 Jun 2020
(A collab with Master of the Boot)
Welcome to the Galaxy, a feudal empire filled with various threats and dangers, and political schemes. Here are the tales of those who live in the darkness
13 Mar 2018
I'm trying my hand at writing stuff, so that I can put my concepts into words better than descriptions in a Notepad file. This specific series of writings takes place on the death world Valhalla, approximately seventy thousand light years away from Earth.
Intelligent life in space encounters humans for the first time, but eventually it is only known as a good story. Is it though? Are those beings that are watching from up above only stories? Or are they very much real?