Leguminousity Leguminousity is a popular religion in the galaxy, although it is seemingly absurd to most nonbelievers. The reason it seems absurd is this: Legumins (followers of Leguminousity) worship potatoes. Specifically, they worship an all-powerful, omnipotent potato called Edward the Great Potato.Leguminousity 1 day ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
Legumins consider it blasphemy of the highest order for one of their fellow believers to eat potatoes or potato products (chips, French fries, etc.)
Essence excerpt 3 - Acer/StevenA/N: This Acer scene (which won the poll an embarrassingly long time ago...I know v.v) takes place Alice’s third day in the oasis, the night after she overhears Mak and Ada confirm her fears of murdering the scientists.Essence excerpt 3 - Acer/Steven2 days ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
She quietly listens until Acer finds her and unintentionally alerts the others to her presence; when Mak walks out, as much at a loss as her, Alice returns to her room as though nothing happened. When Cath, who sleeps in an elaborate, windowed alcove (“gazebo”) in her room, discovers her intentions to leave the oasis, he argues with her until she malfunctions and lets the green consume her. After waking nearly twenty-four hours later, she freaks out: she didn’t even fight what could have become another nightmarish coma.
When Alice goes to open the door, the story branches into different character scenes – this is Steven’s and Acer’s, since the plot does not branch into totally separate routes yet.
The Space War BeginsOn 3/30/15 KSC began receiving reports from Skyarrow of an unknown object with a Russian flag on it. Then 10 minutes after the initial transmission the leak detectors on every module attached to the forward docking hub went off. Another report came to KSC saying that the Russian craft shot some kind of shell at the station and blew apart the docking hub.The Space War Begins3 days ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
Several pictures were also transmitted from one of the Draco modules that had been decoupled from the station by the blast, but not damaged.
Then another shell hit the station and depressurized most of the station as well as destroying the science lab and OBO segment.
The third and final shot destroyed any modules that were left and killed everybody that was in them.
The only surviving kerbals were on the 2 Draco modules which were flung out towards Kerban by the first explosion. This was the last picture (taken from Draco II) that KSC received before they lost contact