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Snapshots along the timeline of a future history

Tour Of A Universe: Preface

Presented as a series of ongoing episodes, Tour Of A Universe are tales from a far future, imagined in words, scribbles, sketches and illustration.

Welcome to Tour Of A Universe.

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For 6 months the Glaup class drone had been making deep level scans of the three most obvious candidates. Every metric collected, every byte of information relayed back to the base ships which had been in Rip orbit for the past 9 months. Of the three, two were acceptable. But if they were going to…

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There was money to be had in the rock. That’s why they were here. That’s why he was here. At least that’s what he told himself, knowing all the while that he was just a body in a suit and all the money being made was the Company’s. Rock lotto. The basic procedure to extract…

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The Oddity Principle Pt.1

So a mission was hastily put together and sent off to put eyes on ground. The only problem was that it didn’t come back.

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The Oddity Principle Pt.2

“Anyway, you did see how much they are offering for this? A job like this not only gets us out of this shithole system, but gets the ship paid off plus change. So we’re going.”

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Tour Of A Universe: Horizon Lines

“How the hell did we end up here?” That was the thought of the moment. Probably a thought most had after something went wrong…

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…their automatons were ants, sent forth to scurry and prod those places the humans did not want, or feared, to go.

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But still, strapping a rail gun to a Platform? That was madness, surely?

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