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Beware the blur, part 2: The Returnening!

As a general rule, if it’s moving fast enough to actually be a blur to the human eyes, it’s something you don’t want to be infront of. If it also shows no regard for physical barriers (including the Citadel’s shield, which is functionally impenetrable), it’s also something you don’t want to be anywhere near.

This rule of course doesn’t apply to most particles, but to most things with reasonable volumes of matter the aforementioned rules should be adhered to. Bullets, for example, and whatever the hell this blur is.

Posted by: Lying

3 Comments »

  1. The “Love to dance,” bit certainly reminds me of something…

    Comment by Nutty — March 26, 2012 @ 1:33 pm

  2. Gotta admit, You’ve put the conflict rather brutally in perspective. Instead of the epic clash at the seat of the most powerful empire in memory its now a minor squabble on an underdeveloped planet. I’m not quite sure why levestus should care… or why the outer planes don’t display nearly as much tech as the prime.

    Comment by Blackjack217 — March 27, 2012 @ 1:48 am

  3. The outer planes are very heavily invested in magic, so the need to develop technology hasn’t really existed. And indeed Avbaroy is one of many many planets in the multiverse, a good chunk of them hosting soul-bearing intelligent creatures. Lying recognises that Avbaroy is, in the grand view of things, rather insignificant and unprepared for what could actually threaten it, hence his motivation to end the Empire.

    Comment by Lying — March 27, 2012 @ 4:44 pm

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