Today on Quantum Vibe: Such a heavy price
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First Seen: Mon 2016-06-20
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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The Transcript For This Page
Alyss stands near Santiago, who is resting in a bed, apparently asleep.
Caption: Aboard the Eva Jeanne, near Zytemonde:
Alyss: My dear Santiago. You paid such a heavy price for my mistakes.
Alyss: Am I about to make another one?
Closer shot on Santiago and Alyss.
Alyss: I thought together we could lead a renaissance on Zytemonde.
Alyss: Bring your people back from the precipice of extinction.
Alyss: I thought that my five centuries' experience gave me the wisdom to anticipate the problems, and deal with them.
Close-up on Alyss. Behind her, we can see Bok peeking from behind a doorway.
Alyss: But I guess I'm not as smart as I thought.
Alyss: Maybe old Hugo was right. Maybe we need disasters like the 'Venus' worlds to remind us of the misery that top-down economies always produce.
Alyss: And to remind us of the iron fist inside collectivism's velvet glove.