Nature of Predators - Charge of the Minas Gerais by ShadowDancerBrony, literature
Nature of Predators - Charge of the Minas Gerais
Chapter 1: Captain Mascarenhas de Morais strode onto the bridge of the UNS Minas Gerais, a pre-Satellite Wars drone-frigate and one of the oldest active ships in the UN fleet. Even with the Venlil upgrades, the ship was showing her age. Undoubtedly, this is why she was currently patrolling a Gojid system only identified by the SETI system identification number, not even a colony name in the Venlil records. “Status?” he asked taking his seat. “No contacts,” the tactical officer reported. “All systems operating within parameters,” engineering station replied. “All channels silent,” Sįam, the Venlil comms officer, said much less timidly than they had when they started the military exchange. “Well, I think we’ve wasted enough time here. Looks like the Gojid have pulled their forces back after our bombers took out their military outposts. Helm, take us back to the main fleet. We’re not distracting anyone out here,” the captain ordered.