BEGINNING OF THE END CHAPTER 10

Bracken spoke about parts of the ship the description indicated the Titan is more powerful than several destroyers, he also explained about the hundreds of weapon placement, the forward beam cannons, and the vessel’s defensive capabilities, my brother and I soaked up the information. I looked in the doorways watching men and women working away; I tried to remember the tech books over the years, recognizing weapon parts; I passed monitors containing ship information.

I even overheard Bracken saying ‘older Titan models used to have six main generators, but the reliability was never there, so they upgrade these newer models with eight making it easier for power distribution,’ he continued while we moved through corridors, traveling up the elevators making it to the bridge.

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BEGINNING OF THE END CHAPTER 9

That was amazing, I mean those illusions are so real I even felt exhausted and in pain, grandma is’ I jumped with excitement.
‘Amazing now will you calm down’ mother finished my sentence. Mother had rested her hand on my shoulder becoming calmer. We had all moved to the tactical room which was the central area of the ship. A display spun slowly in the center showing the capital in all its glory.

Father assumed the flight into space would give us time to relax after such an ordeal, my thoughts on that subject was the nervous looks the parents gave each other. Varak was in the corner still not understanding it wasn’t real. He was sulking a little, I saw.

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THE MAGIC EYE FROM THE 90S

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What happened to this most simple challenge that fell of the map to soon. I mean personally I find magic eye fun and fascinating, turning over the pages of a book while staring for moments and of course sometimes ages to see whole or even a glimpse of the hidden pictures.

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BEGINNING OF THE END CHAPTER 7

Moving along across blocks jumping to the next, we reached another archway, ‘you ready’ I asked Varak he gave me a thumb-up, and looking around, we both knew nothing would happen before we stepped through. I made the first move, passing under the archway nothing happened, Varak followed I glance up to see if something else came crashing down on our heads still nothing.

‘Move on to the next one,’ he said, getting ready to jump to the next path I halted the motion it went dark in the distance hiding the path again just after I heard something approach, a clanking noise, servos whining together it sounded familiar.

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