Jonathan Davis was excited. Today was a monumentally significant day for the town. After roughly three years of operating as a somewhat successful collective commune, the citizens were about to establish their own form of government! Rayland Walsh was riding high on his perceived victory. Almost everyone favored the long time town supporter over the… Continue reading Episode 12: Election Day
As Explorer One pressed ever higher, David double and triple checked their height while Flynn continued to let them climb. The main engines had a fair amount of thrust, but they still weren’t even halfway to the upper levels. Explorer One continues to climb “We’re at about forty percent fuel reserves,” Flynn said. “I’m going… Continue reading Episode 11: Return to Base!
“Flynn Brickshelm, reporting in.” “David Nash, reporting in.” Their voices were calm and steady, despite the fact that they were currently strapped inside one of the most dangerous vehicles ever assembled. John was sitting in the back corner of what had been officially dubbed Mission Control. It was a collection of computers from various parts… Continue reading Episode 10: Explorer One Go!
In the time since Olivia had been granted the cinema, her team had gone to work transferring computers, monitors, radios, and anything else that might be helpful in executing the upcoming exploration mission. As she was busy bundling one of the last runs of data cables, she paused to tie back her black hair in… Continue reading Episode 9: The Architect
Ruby Rose could feel her heart trying to beat its way out of her chest as she twisted the helicopter around another tight corner. Beside her, David Nash looked like he might fall asleep. She was happy to see his confidence in her abilities, but she was also terrified that she was going to let… Continue reading Episode 8: The Young Pilot
Olivia Sun was standing in a dark room; a room filled with tall windows and lots of chairs. The lighting was poor, no more than little cans sunken into a ceiling, and a red velvety material covered the walls. This place, like so many other things in town, had instant recognition in her mind. It… Continue reading Episode 7: Cinema Dilemma
The readings were nominal. “Okay,” Flynn Briskhelm said, slowly lowering a small scraping tool into place. “Go ahead and bring us around just one degree.” There was a deep vibration in the metal beneath Flynn’s feet as the large exploration vessel nudged ever closer to the walls. It was slightly unnerving, and Flynn checked his… Continue reading Episode 6: We the People