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The Galaxii Series Omnibus 1 By Christina Engela Characters: 5862

Updated: 2018-06-29 12:02


Finally, the briefing room door opened and Falcone entered, followed by the Exo. The assembly, who had been chatting idly among themselves, fell silent as Falcone took his seat at the oblong head of the table, with Commander Jones to his right.

"Okay – let's get started." Falcone began, his gaze sweeping over them.

"Captain." Greeted the doctor, starting the usual chorus.

"Captain." Said Lt. Hanson.

"Hee-hee." Said. Nore, losing his grip a little. Falcone rolled his eyes before beginning.

"The situation is as follows: Yesterday, contact was lost with Starbase 91." He explained, "For various reasons, Core Command thinks this could be more serious than a communications failure. Starbase 91 is the major trading center for the Omegan Quadrant colonies – in fact, more than fifteen percent of the total Commonwealth trades there, which makes it a rather impor

chaic nation-states.

A few barely intact nation-states clung to life, trying to rebuild civilization before the devastating Gimp War struck a few decades later, and Earth spent the next few years fighting off the invading Ruminarii. In the meantime, far away and completely isolated from Earth, the band of refugees settled somewhere in what would eventually be called the Omegan Quadrant. They soon discovered that it was far easier to take what they needed than to actually produce it themselves, leading to the development of a culture based entirely on piracy. They looked back at their distant home world and its vast treasury of resources… The victorious planet Earth had beaten off the alien invaders, and then began to explore and colonize surrounding star systems. The Terran Empire and its Commonwealth of member colonies became a beacon of peace and prosperity.

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