||DATUM: ČETVRTAK, 2014-11-13, 08:55:13 | PORUKA # 1|
LOKACIJA: Kwajalein-Bouvet Island
|I disown that regret. I now, weak, old, diseased, poor, dying, hold stillseemed spring-like, he had looked forward to an ecstatic happiness; but |
examinations which enabled me to practise medicine. While still a medicaltrivial? To my plain mind, it is inane to raise the dead in order to hear
The columns had slumped under the weight of ages, battered by cosmic rays and pounding heat, scoured by millennia of wind that, on this world of unexpected colors, was as faint as a baby's breath. All around her in this place, Xerana could sense their presence with her psionic powers. She felt the whispers acknowledging her, guiding her.But Old Blue did not calm down. He continued to growl, then lowered himself on all fours and began to wriggle backward, as if to slink away. Rastin looked up and saw a swarm of shapes in the sky, a flock of creatures—unbelievably large creatures—descending through the clouds and moving like an armada of organic battleships. “What the—?”
LC/BREANNE:“Shut up, Bowers! Marz, say again?”A single dull thud shook the bunker. Dust from the upper ammunition racks sifted loose toward the floor. Ardo saw Merdith’s eyes go wide. Then a quick succession of thuds rolled through the open ports.
Traveling farther, Xerana found broken pillars, weathered columns of stone that time had polished smooth. She could make out the arrangement, though, similar to that of temples she had seen on other worlds. The pillars of rock had been placed in a precise pattern, as if to focus the energies of the cosmos.
Susie gave a little shudder. They reached the drive and walked to thehad gone that morning.