Eternity’s Foundation: Chapter 10

The military command center on Silesias buzzed with activity. Nalia watched President Haines pore over the tactical holo. She emanated a regal calmness as her fingers followed the luminous path of the rebel fleet on the star map. She reminded Nalia of those archaic rulers from Earth’s past, ones that superstitious people thought had been… Continue reading Eternity’s Foundation: Chapter 10

Eternity’s Foundation: Chapter 9

This could not be a dream, Alan decided. It was too vivid. A yellow haze formed from centuries of pollution obscured the rising sun. Long abandoned cityscapes dotted the land, black corpses disintegrating with the rust and decay of time. Occasionally, remnants of the millions of satellites in orbit fell roaring down to the planet… Continue reading Eternity’s Foundation: Chapter 9

Eternity’s Foundation: Chapter 8

I looked down at the swirling maelstrom below me. The combat suit’s magnetic attachments kept me suspended in the dropship. While regulating the loss of body heat to the subzero temperatures of the upper atmosphere, I checked my internals. Status reports came in. All was well, although I did wear more electronics than before. The… Continue reading Eternity’s Foundation: Chapter 8

Eternity’s Foundation: Chapter 7

Nalia stared at the numerous reports on her datapad. One set, translated from the original Kenzenken, spoke of numerous rebel fleet movements in a vague poetic manner.  Republic sensors reported sightings of Kenzenken Thunderbirds all across their shared borders. She attempted to make sense of the jumble of information on that small screen. “Why do… Continue reading Eternity’s Foundation: Chapter 7

Eternity’s Foundation: Chapter 6

The seat belt pushed against his extended stomach fat. Alan tried to adjust his seat belt but failed. He sighed. He would need to lay off the synth brownies for the foreseeable future. Too much unfairness in the universe. The human body was still adept at sabotaging itself, even in this age of body augmentation.… Continue reading Eternity’s Foundation: Chapter 6

Eternity’s Foundation: Chapter 5

I awoke to a nightmare symphony. The cacophony of unintelligible voices flooded my mind. Shrieks and whispers pierced my eardrums. I knew what they meant. My eyes greeted a white room, no other feature except for the coffin from which I awoke. The hum of the voices continued as I gripped the cold steel plate… Continue reading Eternity’s Foundation: Chapter 5

Eternity’s Foundation: Chapter 4

“Mr. Drevin, set heading and prepare for gridjump,” Captain Atranas ordered from her command chair. The Yasothon slightly rumbled as the helmsmen steered the ship towards the nearby star’s tesseract. “Officer Sargire, you have command. I will be in the captain’s conference room.” The captain stood up, leaving an imposing figure. Nalia almost forgot she… Continue reading Eternity’s Foundation: Chapter 4

Eternity’s Foundation: Chapter 3

The knife clattered on the street’s permacrete surface. Blood seeped into the ground around him. Alan rushed to the woman’s side and attempted to close the wounds on her wrists. The rising sun reflected off her dull, listless eyes. He had not expected this. When she had run up to him and shouted at him… Continue reading Eternity’s Foundation: Chapter 3