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  • Trulog's Xne: A Short Story

    Trulog was the Provan-Tash, Supreme Commander, within the Slagaven, an area comprised of four galaxies. Under his command were retlox, fifty warships that he used to rule with an iron-fist. There was no dissention within his ranks and if there was, they were immediately killed and their bodies launched into space, then their families back on the home world of Xneonta, would be exiled to one of the outer work reassignment planets. Trulog was humanoid, tall for someone of his race, huge furry head, small beady dark piercing eyes; a stub of a nose, his mouth was large with an overabundance of teeth, sharp teeth. He had strong heavy shoulders that were also covered in short brownish fur, long heavily muscled arms as well as legs, also covered in the same fur. He wore heavy body armor that covered most of his body, on the armor over his chest was the insignia of his rank as the Supreme Commander. Trulog was a typical physical specimen from Xneonta, what set him apart was the he was smart, devious and ruthless. The planet Xneonta was set in the fourth quadrant in the seventh sector of the Xneonta galaxy. The planet had a population of billions, it was a forested cold dreary place, but it was home. The planet had been invaded time and again by various aliens that captured the Xneontan’s and used them as slave labor because they were so strong and had unmatched stamina. It took generations for the Xneontan’s to organize, learn that they were the stronger species and that…

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  • How Did Strategic And Technological Factors Play In The Battle Of Jutland?

    columns moving in-line ahead, allowing relatively easy maneuvering. They used several short columns to change their heading quicker. For the actual battle the fleet would deploy into a single column by the leading ships of the columns turning 90 degrees to port or starboard, the remaining ships following their leaders in succession, the column being formed at right angles to the original line of advance. To form the column into the right direction the fleet had to know from which direction the…

    Words: 690 - Pages: 3
  • Personal Narrative: A Space Odyssey

    the cause of the infamous glare. “I meant after, General Sunset. Yet, I must take mah leave, should be entering orbit of coruscant now. May the force be with you.” “And also with you General Applejack.” The projection faded as the blue light dissolved, thus, granting time for Sunset to clarify her next move. She turned to face the crewmen. “We may begin our descent Commander.” Immediately, the humming and vibrating of engines grew exponentially throughout the transporter, progressively lowering…

    Words: 572 - Pages: 3
  • Japan Role In World War 1 Essay

    German islands around the mouth of the harbour at Kiao-chau. With the help of the Allies, Japan managed to regain Tsing-tau and Kiao-chau, along with surrounding islands, by November 6th. After accomplishing what they wanted, they remained in the war due to a treaty signed years previously with the British that stated they would help in times of war. For the next few years, Japan contributed to the Allies by patrolling the Atlantic Ocean, and smaller seas, and shipping artillery to Russia. They…

    Words: 971 - Pages: 4
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