Space Destroyer Hunter: “Maveen”. A 54-page diversion, hopefully soon to become a graphic novel!
Or ya know? They can build another key?
It revolves around inscrutable and ancient alien technology, vastly beyond our science, even in the 30th Century. Easier said than done, eh?
Then why don’t the aliens build another key? I mean they have the technology to built it. I don’t see why they don’t bother too since there place is going to perish.
The aliens that built it are not the same aliens who need saving. And it was explained in the exposition: the machine has worked for quite some time without need of replacement or repair. The aliens who need saving DO NOT have the technology to save themselves. All will become clear as the story progresses.
The aliens who used their technology to build their ship don’t have the technology to save it? So basically the aliens didn’t bother making back up keys because they thought their key wouldn’t get stolen from their ship. Something tells me the aliens didn’t think this through.
I think you may feel there is some logical fallacy in this storyline, and I assure you, there isn’t. You will see as the cards are laid down leading up to April 30. The moral-ethical dilemma is just getting started, and it has nothing to do with how inscrutable, highly advanced aliens millions of years ago screwed the pooch building their machine. The indiginous inhabitants of Twilight did not engineer their own survival. They had highly advanced outside help.
More like these dorks should have stopped living there cycles of ages ago.
I dunno, maybe I’m being harsh, but it just seems that instead of refueling their star every thousand years – which might not work some day – they might’ve just moved somewhere else, or I dunno, get some fusion reactors working to heat their homes and hydropods.
And then for many thousands of years they had at least one advanced ship and some knowledge of what was going on (enough to appoint a new guardian), but I guess they must’ve just looked towards to celebrating the new millenium or fighting each other instead of building Y1K escape ships.
But yeah, this is like living under a dike for tens of thousands of years and then getting hit by a flood.
Anyway, I guess it’s a primitive civilization if they can’t deal with running out of heat. Perhaps the majority did leave, and the people who live there these days are descendants of the few who didn’t.
Anyway the captain is a bit harsh, but I like that she has a strong sense of command and directed responsibility, and the lion has good common sense. The blonde officer has a good heart.
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