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MaeRoseWest Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2018  Student Artist
Can she actually believe that she can damage the Dalek? He’s just toying with her
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paramount99 Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2018
The Dalek appears (what do I know:D (Big Grin) ) to believe it is in danger from a blast from Roth's Moonbase weapon (designed only to cause blast to the target and not continue through it and thus blow a hole in any Moonbase structure - even though these same structures will automatically seal as individual units if pressure inside them is lost for any reason) if it is directed down through its neck cage towards the squidgy mutant creature inside. And so maybe it is... These (Moonbase) Daleks have been energised back into life and in doing so many memories factors may still not have kicked in fully, making them slightly sensitive and erratic until those factors are fully repaired. :o (Eek) :o (Eek) :o (Eek) 
Well I mean that a simple answer, Mae. If you can understand any of it - let me know what I'm talking about... :| (Blank Stare) :| (Blank Stare) :| (Blank Stare) 

:D (Big Grin)  
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MaeRoseWest Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2018  Student Artist
As clear as mud! Just kidding...I can't tell you how much I enjoy your work and the moonbase story. I fear the moonbase ladies are doomed and victims of their sexuality and muddled thinking as it comes to the Daleks (Much to my delight!). Like AI they learn as they go...and have the advantage of the maternal instincts of the moonbase ladies who hold back actions that might destroy the Daleks.
Yes the moon base lady's weapon is not designed to deal with a perhaps armored Dalek...all show but little impact on our murderous bots.
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paramount99 Featured By Owner Edited Jan 18, 2018
Phew I think you are able to read more into what is going on here on/in (our) Moonbase than I do - for real!!! I am learning much from your posts/comments/suggestions... In a deeper way. This is what I was hoping for: the multi faceted insight from a woman. Yes I guess they (MBGs) are learning as they go, in a sense: especially as far as their more recent contact with aliens, the ones the Daleks call the Mysterons. There are other reasons (in this story but yet to be made clear) why Moonbase is run almost entirely by females (other than me liking to portray beauties in terrific sci-fi outfits running round in peril) in this story... A part of it as that women/females have come on in leaps and bounds (current trends?!? History?!?) and have shown themselves more able to run and control vast organisations like SHADO and get results, which has left men/males more or so in a boardroom role or undertaking the more menial tasks such as security or cleaning etc etc etc... And so I guess our MBGs are at the head of a small vanguard of humanity that we hope and prey will lead us through to a new dawn of existence.
It's all up to you girls...

:D (Big Grin) :D (Big Grin) :D (Big Grin) 

       
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MaeRoseWest Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2018  Student Artist
I have yet to enjoy the contact with the Mysterions. I have gotten far enough with DAZ to have a preliminary SSBBW. Lots left to learn: skin tone, face morphs, hair style and color, poses beyond the preset ones...but for now I’ve made progress.
As far as men doing ‘menial’ tasks good luck! I couldn’t get my ex to help around the house or to at least put his used clothes in the hamper...but then he had a mother who felt privileged to be his personal maid! However leaving the hard work as operating the moon base and battling aliens to us ‘girls’ I’m all for it.
Just started an expedition of aliens from the planet Vaginal
Have their eyes on our moon only to find while orbiting there is a rather well developed but small base. Our ability to shape shift produced plus sized to extra plus sized oxygen breathing humanoids.
The moon base must be taken as well as those strange squat utilitarian work bots...more to come...
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paramount99 Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2018
Sounds intriguing to be sure. Have you got a link or summit to those medieval shenanigans you mentioned previously - I couldn't find them. They are on DA aren't they?!? Great new series started her on UK TV last night: Britannia on Sky Atlantic... Have studied long and hard the Roman occupation of Britain - and have dug up stuff with a society of Archaeology in North London. We found a Roman lead coffin and oodles of amazing glassware, some still fully intact. We were on to a new Villa when I had other, more dangerous things a calling...
Good luck with your story...   
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MaeRoseWest Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2018  Student Artist
Wow!! What a great experience to find the coffin and other artifacts...if we find an arrowhead from the 1800s it’s a big deal. I used to role play with a great guy from the UK doing fantasy historical scenes. ( I love to be a Brunhilde type doing battle with the Romans!!)
I can’t say it enough how I love your stories!! Thank you for all of your talented story telling and spectacular art!!
Mae
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paramount99 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2018
Used to do long treks across the Herts countryside taking in many farming fields up to about ten years ago and you simply picked up stuff from Roman to present day all day long, if you could be bothered looking. Pottery was the most abundant stuff you were virtually walking over all day long. But the odd coin (have one bizarre Greek coin dated to about 700BC that I found about 8-years ago - and that was an odd, out of context, find for the UK) is a nice brightener. I've been watching arrowheads (EBay) for a few years now... I love the history they come with, and what they might have done and who fired them. Early Greek and or Persian are my favs thus far. Sparta is my absolute LOVE from the ancient world... But the finds are few and far between. They were very Spartan, if you forgive the pun. And those Spartan women: They are a delight to even think about: What with their amazing thigh slapping techniques and more, they used to infuriate visiting Athenians - but they kept coming back for more. I think I would have taken up residence in Sparta... But you would have to put up with demonic looks and possibly a savage death if you over stayed your welcome. I'd love to pilfer the famous bronze statue of a Spartan girl athlete training, or Nefertiti's bust from the Berlin museum... Or Helen of Troy's (Sparta really) or Cleopatra's underwear... No I'm joking now... No, I disagree! Nod No, I disagree! 
Just searched the Brunhilde stuff... Didn't the German's love depicting those armoured warrior like females in their operas?!? I accidently saw a version of the opera once (TV) and the women were wearing pvc or latex outfits instead of armour - oh-yeah!!!
You'd have to fight the Romans in the woods to stand a chance... They were a bit organised out in the open: bastards. I've hated them ever since finding out about them burning down the library at Alexandria during Cleopatra's time. Gits!!!
Am playing about with new characters and sets just now... And as you are finding out, it takes forever!
I was thinking of doing a completely different CGI story about the brave, tough women of the 14th Intelligence Company (The Det) who served in Northern Ireland way back awhile now and who trained side by side with the Special Air Service (22Reg). Bumped into a few of the gals back a bit in time in the Welsh mountains... Very Impressive.    
Glad you like the Moonbase story, Mae.
:D (Big Grin)     
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