Category: Sci Fi

The Warlord P3

Seluban clung to the desperate thread of new, revolutionary knowledge that flooded his brain, even as Confederation ships tightened the noose around his fleet. To order a retreat was unfathomable, yet to permit himself to die in the Sol system, Seluban would invite the further destruction of additional Chon’ith fleets. It was a flash of… Read more

The Warlord P2

For centuries the Chon’ith had relied on superior firepower and a willingness to absorb losses that most other species would consider intolerable. Those two traits combined usually assured them of a comfortable, crushing victory over their enemies. It had never occurred to them that there might another species prepared to meet them on their own… Read more

The Warlord

Chon’ith were not noted for imagination, nor had they historically possessed much of a need for it. From the rise of the most dominant clans on their home world, to their expansion into a spacefaring empire, the Chon’ith had exploited their greatest asset – their brute strength. Chon’ith warriors were almost genetically hardwired to take… Read more

The Gatekeepers get Salty

The other day I was treated to a most entertaining rant via one of my YouTube videos (that discusses the stance of gatekeeping in the Star Trek fandom and why I oppose it). One ‘Milcoll73’ thought the best way to demonstrate that gatekeepers are not elitist, quasi-religious fanatics and snobs was by behaving exactly like an elitist,… Read more

Rosa

Tonight’s Doctor Who was, considering the general age group the show is aimed at, one of the most hard-hitting, powerful pieces of television I have seen for a long time. Not content with rattling cages by having a female Doctor, the writers composed an episode that serves as both a reminder of how far we… Read more

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