Today on Quantum Vibe:
Teeming with sapient races
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First Seen: Mon 2017-02-13
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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The Transcript For This Page
Pfbbtt-Pfft, Murphy, and Hugo. Hugo looks like he's just realized something.
PP: Of course, we still haven't explored half our galaxy. We believe the CUSH come from there, but there may be others we haven't discovered.
Murphy: A galaxy practically teeming with sapient races. Incredible!
Murphy, Hugo and Eithne. Hugo is looking quietly alarmed. Eithne looks puzzled.
Hugo (thoughtsend): Murphy, we need to get out of here, now.
Murphy (thoughtsend): Why? This discussion is getting really interesting.
Murphy (aloud): So, while you don't understand the CUSH technology, do you have any working theories about it?
Pull back a bit so we also see PP. Hugo and Eithne are looking at each other.
PP: Well, some had speculated they use hyperspace slipstreams, others believed they could generate worm-holes at will ...
Eithne (thoughtsend): Why the alarm, Hugo?
Hugo (thoughtsend): We are being played, Eithne …
Hugo (thoughtsend): … And this is not a game we want to be part of.