Invaders by MarkHirst ()
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We made one final transfer to another Lazloi ship before our approach to Seven Sisters. A civilian might guess that the smaller craft could better infiltrate the home world of the Grand Ocean Cartels, but even the Lazloi cannot defy the basic laws of thermodynamics. No amount of technology can mask the immense energy signature of a spacecraft against the background of space, so the Lazloi ships accompanying us simply blinded all the planetary sensors of the pirates with blasts of radio signals, neutrinos, and physical decoys.
Seven Sisters is described as a water world, but in reality there are numerous islands dotted across the globe. The largest are inhabited, but most are too small and isolated to be of value. It was one such island that we made landfall, far beyond the horizon of any Cartel settlement.
Once on the ground, the Lazloi began a careful survey of maps culled during their approach to the planet. Meanwhile, we were allowed to explore outside under the watchful eye of the simulacra, the Lazloi android servants. Occasionally the Lazloi would leave their ship and consult with Siandhya, talking about the ancient artefacts she had stolen from the Cartel years ago. They even spoke to me about the patterns and shapes I found on the hell hole of Hycaron II.
The next day, the Lazloi seemed to reach a conclusion and it was then apparent why we had moved to a smaller and sleek vessel. We would approach the nerve centre of the Grand Ocean Cartels underwater.
-- Cyana Bristo, scientist, formerly with the Echolian Science Institute.
Showcasing another Lazloi ship design using the same flowing contours approach as the previous ship.
V4 figures with Marielle Hair and Neftis Beautiful Black hair.
Ship modelled in Cinema 4D, rendered in Cinema 4D Visualise R16.
Thanks for looking, comments appreciated.