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The Club-Tail Saga: Prologue: The Invitation
« on: July 09, 2010, 12:15:44 pm »
Back on planet Kuuruk, the armies of Nirbalu assualt the grand city of Nirulimuka. A few dozen brave soldiers and two starships of the Galdeen Coalition and several thousand soldiers loyal to Kabalu's ruler; King Irbilika Falthus IV are all that stands between Kabalu's journey into the stars, and complete destruction.

Reinforcements from the Galdeen are still days away, and the Quroche say they will only fight if attacked by Nirbalu, can these brave men and women from two different worlds hold out in time? We will find out, here, in the Club-Tail Saga.


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Re: The Club-Tail Saga: Prologue: The Invitation
« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2010, 01:05:22 pm »
The 12th War Fleet of the Galdeen Interstellar Space Navy accelerated at Warp Factor 8.1, their maximum speed, toward the planet Kuuruk. Immediately after the distress call was sent by Ambassador Geeni, the high command quickly sent the 12th its one of the few fleets that were completely upgraded with the technology given to the Galdeen by the Space Union, and that it was the closest fleet. Several Mark 2 Type 3 Planetary Invasion Transports that were five light-years behind them that were following the fleet. Some would say this would be overkill, but no one was going to allow advance technology to fall in the hands, claws, whatever of hostile religious zealots.

At best, the 12th Fleet will make it to Kuuruk within 3 to 4 Galieen days, depending if they'll need to stop to let the new Warp Drives "cooldown". At most, they'll reach the planet within a week. Admiral Greken hoped they would get there in time.
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Re: The Club-Tail Saga: Prologue: The Invitation
« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2010, 01:43:37 pm »
Time was running out. Ever since those two greenhorns had gotten past the rear lines and into Nirulimuka, the Kabalu forces had been forced to surround the palace. Nothing got in or out... except a distress signal that the  advisors sent to the galaxy.

//People of the cosmos! Recently, we invited galactic leaders for a conference and a feast to celebrate our first working long-range FTL drive! However, during the festivities, we were attacked! The Galdeen's own reinforcements have not yet arrived, and both our soldiers and theirs are fighting for justice right now! We implore you, do not let our problem become the galaxy's!//
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Re: The Club-Tail Saga: Prologue: The Invitation
« Reply #3 on: July 09, 2010, 01:59:59 pm »
Ambassador Geeni sat in his shuttle, a tactical map of the city in front of him. A whole side of the city is covered in red, meaning weapons fire and therefor, a battle. The 3-D image of the G.S.S. Discovery hovered over the thickest part of the battlefield, weapons blazing as combat airplanes made by the both Nirbalu and Kabalu fought above the city, but mostly around the Discovery as it presented the biggest target, but the point defense lasers and Kabalu escort fighters kept them off.
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Re: The Club-Tail Saga: Prologue: The Invitation
« Reply #4 on: July 12, 2010, 04:40:05 pm »
The two Nirbalu rookies had managed to stay hidden for most of the conflict. However, they knew that Irbilika himself was looking for them. It was then that one had an idea.
"Hey. Let's steal their precious Great Stone!"
"That would be the heist of the century! We'd be heroes!"
However, they did not notice a missile from a Kabalu fighter approaching. They were dead within seconds.

Irbilika, in the meantime, was having a bit too much fun with the battle and his new weapon. He was slaying Nirbalu Paladins left and right, but had recieved a gash down his left side.
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Re: The Club-Tail Saga: Prologue: The Invitation
« Reply #5 on: July 12, 2010, 05:17:13 pm »
A Galdeen marine quickly rushed to Irbilika's side, gunning down the offending paladin. Yelling over the roar of bullets, rail rounds, and auto cannon rounds, he asked.

"Are you alright, your Highness?"
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« Reply #6 on: July 12, 2010, 05:30:48 pm »
"I am indeed," Irbilika replied, "but there is something we need to do. Do you see that Paladin up on the hill? He is the leader of the Nirbalu forces. We need to get rid of him."
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« Reply #7 on: July 12, 2010, 05:38:56 pm »
"I got him, sir," The marine lifts up his railgun and takes aim, then fires in a upward arc. The rounds impact the paladin and because of the sheer amount of kinetic energy, cuts the paladin in two. "Enemy commander is down, sir."
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« Reply #8 on: July 12, 2010, 05:44:20 pm »
"Excellent. Now, let's do this!"
Irbilika then turned to adress the enemy soldiers.
"Irbili... uba... ekut... GAJIF!!!"
((With this hammer, smiting, on behalf of delicious!))
The Kabalu troops then rushed forward, mowing down the enemy, driving more back with every strike. Even the citizens harassed the enemy. The tide of battle had finally turned.
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« Reply #9 on: July 12, 2010, 05:51:55 pm »
The Galdeen charged with them, gunning down enemy troops. Mainly targeting heavy weapons teams and light armored vehicles. No body armor made on this world could stand up to the Galdeen's weapons, at least no KNOWN types of armor.

The Galdeen marine that was with Irbilika charged with him. Only now noticing the King heavily bleeding from the gash he suffered as well as other wounds.

"Your Highness, I recommend you get medical attention. You'll die of blood loss at the rate your going."
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« Reply #10 on: July 12, 2010, 06:44:50 pm »
"Gurgh... you're probably right. Quick, are there any medics nearby?"
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« Reply #11 on: July 12, 2010, 07:08:23 pm »
The marine assisted Irbilika toward the nearest medic. The medic in question was a Galdeen medic with several of Kabalu medics assisting. The Galdeen medic had just finished applying pain meds to a Kabalu soldier that had a nasty scar on his back, and noticed them. He rushed over and began applying disinfectant foam, pain relievers, and placed a tiny cell regeneration emitter on the gash, then he started wrapping bandages on his wounds and stepped back.

"Ok, I'm done with you, your Highness. I recommend you don't try to fight for a few days while the regeneration emitter does its job. NEXT!" He called out and a Kabalu soldier limped toward him and the medic began assisting him.
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Re: The Club-Tail Saga: Prologue: The Invitation
« Reply #12 on: July 21, 2010, 08:31:19 am »
As the distress call reached the distant Space Union home station, the FLRX branch of the SUDF launched a battalian towards Kuuruk. As the gilded Star Sabre cut its way through the Great Warp to reach there comrades its captain would prepare.


//This is captain R Wii Fikinn of the SUS Great Hope accepting the distress call of Space Union World Designate A-3.25. What is your situation.//

While waiting in orbit around Kuuruk's beutiful mountain range, R Wii could only listen, and wait.

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« Reply #13 on: July 21, 2010, 08:59:06 am »
Geeni noticed the subspace comm. was receiving a message, confusing him. It was still too early for the 12th Fleet to be here. He looked at the ID codes in the message, he then hit his head. The Space Union had superior FTL drives compared to the Coaltion, of course they would get here first, he thought. He opened a channel to the Great Hope.

"This is the Galdeen Coalition ambassador Geeni, we are currently under siege by religious fanatics. This planet is still in the middle of it's global wars. We are currently assisting the nation of Kabalu, who has achieved Faster-Than-Light capability, and I repeat, they have a Faster-Than-Light stardrive. The nation that is attacking us is Nirbalu, but we are driving them back. If you have any ground forces, deploy them and form up with the Kabalu army. By the looks of it, King Irbilika Falthus IV, the leader of Kabalu, is going to push them right back to their capital."
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« Reply #14 on: July 22, 2010, 05:05:00 pm »
"Greetings fellow Unionist" spoke the captain. "I am Captain F Wii Fikin and this is  SUS Great Hope. I'll have the engineers look down planet side."

As the screen went to zoom in on the world the captain sat in thought.

Hmmm. No wonder war started up, we only gave our technology to one nation; the one that most agreed with our philosophies. The High Command expected the gap to grow so wide as to make any potential conflict moot but it seems that that is not always the case. I'll make sure to note it down. As for the invaders, they’re too close to civilian areas for an orbital bombardment so I'll have to buy some time."

“Ensign. Release the Droids!”


"Aye Aye captain"

As a thousand minute space jets poured out of the craft and headed toward the city, the used the momentum of their downward fall to glide into their more hominid position, the antigravity around there arms legs and back would allow easy gliding and mobility and the AI was linked to PRIMA herself, a bonus link for such an esteemed craft.

The Captain then sent out a message.

//”Those are Photeese Variable Fighter Droids, the best Anti-Matter can buy.” He chuckled to himself “i sent down ten centuries to hold you off but they're not going to last against an army of that size. SO tell me, “He hinted. “Is there anything big visible and disposable close to your location?”