Kairos’s voice should have echoed, but in the endless darkness of the void, it just sort of faded off into nothing.
“Stasis? Are you here?”
Stasis’s home was weird. It was both incredibly small and narrow and infinitely large at the same time. As Kairos flew, occasionally he’d bump into something, like...Read More »
Arkay kept his eyes on the ground. He didn’t want to look up, only to see the other Veth staring at him and whispering about him again. They’d been doing that for a while. They all knew what he’d tried to do. They all knew that he didn’t like Kinisis...Read More »
The last Deitic crumpled into a heap before fading away, utterly defeated. That had been the third Deitic attack on a mortal settlement in the last five hours.
“Shame we can’t just kill them…” Arkay muttered under his breath as Kairos flew over. The Whenvern was doing one last check of...Read More »
It was originally just a headache.
The pain had started in the back of Veekay’s head at about five in the morning. He got up, looked out of the window and that was when the pain struck. A dull ache. He had work to do though. He’d taken some pain killers,...Read More »
Arkay floated above the settlement, watching smoke plume into the air and mix into the clouds. One of the suns on this world was setting. The other had already set. The mixture of sunset and smoke had caused a weird, blue and red gradient to form in the sky.
“So, after all this time, you all have no idea?”
Istoria snapped a book shut, then threw it onto a pile of other books. She was angry and tired and pissed off.
“No, Kinisis. We have no idea.”
“No definite idea!” Iatre interjected as he rolled by on a chair, carrying a pile...Read More »
Arkay had been right behind him, but suddenly he wasn’t there. The Whenvern turned round and found that Arkay had stopped in his tracks.
“Veth Prime, is something wrong?”
“We need to go back to Kinigi, right now.”
Kairos blinked. “Why?”
“Stasis has broken through. He’s trying to attack Kinisis!”
Arkay was about to fly...Read More »
Elkay had no idea what to expect as he and Arkay landed on the shores of Kinigi. Part of Elkay’s mind expected there to be fire and brimstone and suffering and things like that. Or maybe an endless black pit of nothingness. Or maybe lots of clouds and little winged...Read More »
Arkay was lying on the beach, staring at the vast array of galaxies in the sky above him. He had things to do, but he didn’t want to do them. As far as Arkay was concerned, he’d just helped save the universe again. All his normal duties could wait.
“You’re staring...Read More »