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by on May 1, 2015

At last, K’pid had finally trapped the planet-eating crystalline alien. Her engineers, after much deliberation, had stunned it with a reversed-polarity tachyon stabilizer. So they told her anyway. Whatever worked…

“Weps,” she said, “ready the supernova proton missile.”

“Captain,” K’pid’s science officer squeaked, “Shouldn’t we try to study the-”


She got a good deal of catharsis out of big kabooms. This one was most satisfactory.


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  1. malovell024 permalink

    “Most satisfactory.”
    Yes! That was fun

  2. Big kabooms = Big catharsis. I like this a lot.

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