The Art of WarThe ruler of Vilgaxia believed himself to be a very practical man. There was no pointless cruelty enacted in his tyranny - every single moment of imposing force was to reestablish his authority amongst masses that deemed themselves suddenly capable of living under someone else's rule. It was only ever really done to serve as a reminder of who they depended on, who they believed in, and who they truly wanted to follow. There was no such thing as random cruelty in the Vilgaxian conquered worlds: they were all pointed, designed and well-crafted.The Art of War1 year ago in Scraps More Like This
People considered the conqueror of worlds to be somebody they looked up to with great respect and fear. And on his own planet, also with great reverence.
The world of the Chimera Sui Generis was, for the most part, largely bountiful in the early times. But the years of the current leader's forefathers aspiring to be pioneers and constantly developing the lands to reinforce how proud they were as people caused the depletion of those natural resourc