||DATUM: ČETVRTAK, 2014-11-13, 03:47:24 | PORUKA # 1|
LOKACIJA: Kwajalein-Bouvet Island
|In the skies, a cluster of twisted dragonlike creatures swept along the winds, heading toward the settlement. Dozens and dozens of Hydralisks slithered along in the front row. They kept coming. In addition, Octavia saw many other minions, twisted breeds, horrifying mutations, all of them looking deadly, all of them intent on wiping out the Terran settlers.So . . . Lars had died simply because he had been in the wrong place. |
It was not until then that he noticed the stench in the shaft other than his own. He belched twice andknew he was dry. He wiped his hand on his now-soiled battle armor before he reached up and snapped the visor shut against the smell.2 D /MELNIKOV:“Hey, I think I’m getting something here . . .” LC/BREANNE:“Melnikov . . . what is it?”
Although they were deep within unexplored and mysterious territory, surrounded by hostile aliens, they were still members of Alpha Squadron. Their motto had always been “First in and first out,” and they had willingly accepted their assignment. Being nervous and jumpy wouldn't make them any more efficient, and Scott didn't want his men to act like . . . colonists.
flanks, and huge limping scarabs, shelled creatures the like of whichmemory, recounted the more extraordinary operations that he had witnessed'It occurred to me that he was playing some trick,' said Dr Porhoet
With her mental powers and her control over these awful and destructive creatures, a transformed Sarah Kerrigan had established the new Hive on the ashen ruins of the planet Char. It was a gray world, blasted and still smoldering from potent cosmic radiation. This planet had long been a battlefield. Only the strongest could survive here.Over the din, his holo speech continued. “The devastation wrought by the alien invaders is self-evident. We have seen our homes and communities destroyed by the calculated blows of the Protoss, we have seen firsthand our friends and loved ones consumed by the nightmarish Zerg. Unprecedented and unimaginable though they may be, these are the signs of our time.”It did not yet occur to her that she had survived. She only knew she had to get to Free Haven to warn the rest of the colony. If there was anything left of it.
Xerana had received and recorded the loud signal from the distant and unremarkable world. She had studied the transmission, searching for nuances, trying to decode it. She took the ancient, incomprehensible electromagnetic patterns and organized them into layers of subtle meaning. She doubted many others alive in the entire galaxy would be able to fathom such things.