SGG Chapter 17: A Question of NourishmentOne of the most problematical things the Wraith had learned since they had returned and their food supplies in humans had decreased was how to search and hunt for them. Hunger makes creative and they realized even if mankind managed to resettle, escape or hide in unknown places, large numbers of humans needed food as much in regular amounts as they did, even more often and in bigger quality in fact. This meant that the Wraith stationed smaller Cruisers or Darts on a lookout in areas with increased food sources like fields, forests, rivers, seas and coastal areas to scan and look out for any form of human activity. Then when the humans suddenly did show up, the most Wraith (at least those surviving for longer) did not outright attack and feed on them, but started to follow them to find out about the hideout of fellow humans to get access to what was literally more hidden food sources. When more and more even well hidden human outpost, secret hideouts and living areas were found out abou
SGG Chapter 16: The Dark Forests of SilvaCommander Badra Codil's latest operation with her Platoon involved using a dense local planetary forest with dense roots, liane, tendrils that made navigating and walking trough it quit problematic even for mere food soldiers. Generations ago the people of this world known as Silva had hoped they could deceive the Wraith by living among the trees, or inside of them, camouflaging themselves within the surrounding nature. Their hopes however had been crushed when they had to discover that modern Wraith scanners had been able detect them even in their highly concealed houses and towns across the dense, dark forests of the world of Silva. Afterwards the Wraith had send Darts coming from the Astria Porta stationed in orbit of the world down to the clearings where their Wraith Drones could land and move towards the population centers from there. As the locals and their Genii allies thanks to them knew the pathways trough the forests as well as all the clearings, where the Wraith could land t
SGG Chapter 15: FordiansWhile Aiden Ford had died some time ago, his Coalition and ideals lived on. However the Genii later incorporated parts of his Coalition into their own forces, or at the very least allied with some of the splinter factions. This interactions with the so called Fordians also lead to some tests by the Genii on how to use the Wraith enzyme to create superior soldiers. Still the Genii mistrusted the influence the enzyme itself had because of it's source and rather used it on allied soldiers and factions that were either confederates or allies of the Genii Confederation, but were no true Genii themselves. The Fordians hunted Wraith to collect more of the enzymes, believing it made them better soldiers and allowed them to defeat the Wraith, because it made them stronger and gave them a heightened level of endurance. Similar to Wraith they also hunted down Wraith worshipers, who served and worshiped the Wraith, the Fordians saw them as traitors to all of mankind. Similar to the Wraith worshipe
Chapter 26: Brute DronesThe Wraith Scientists known as Curious was researching something special, a research he had found left over by a Wraith known as Michael. He had researched Human-Wraith Hybrids, but what was much more important and fascinating for the Wraith Scientists was his research on the so called Bug People, also known as Iratus-Human Hybrids, Iratus Hybrids, Wraith Bugs, Super Wraith and as Iratus Wraith. These primitive creatures could be controlled thanks to the Wraith Hivemind and Telepathic abilities and so the Wraith known as Curious was interested in restartung this research. While primitive, yes savage these Brute Drones could eat normal flesh, yes even Wraith culling leftovers and this meant a army of them could easily aid his Hive during the Wraith Civil War against other Wraith over the limited food supply without increasing the problem by increasing this new Drones numbers. Suddenly however his research facilities alarms went of some intruder dared to attack his base here. They would be in for a surprise smiled Curious as he unleashed a few of this experimental creatures to get rid of these intruders, while he could watch it as a test for his Brute Drones. The intruders in question were Genii Commander Badra Codil and her team of Genii soldiers from her Platoon, who had recently discovered this Wraith facility and laboratory during a scouting mission. Assuming a ordinary Wraith defense of Drones the Genii were quit surprised when they were instead attacked b this strange Bug Creatures that while not heaving any long range weapons could withstand a huge amount of damage from the Genii weapons thanks to their thick outer insect shells. The Genii soon discovered that their shotguns were the most efficient weapons against this creatures alongside their machine-guns in this tight, crowded space of this Wraith facility. It also meant that the Genii had not the best preparations and plans for this engagements, they therefore concentrated on laying a few explosives and retread to return once they had newer, better Intel and a preparation for this changes. Commander Codil quickly realized that this at first believed to be primitive creatures were somewhat directed and controlled by the Wraith as their surrounding of the Genii forces and their flanking, or cutting of their escape and retreat routes meant that the Genii soldiers had quit a hard time against this Iratus Wraith Bugs. Grenades and weapons often only worked in close-range combat and then the Genii soldiers were in danger of being attacked by the sharp claws and mandibles of these giant humanoid bug creatures. When Commander Codil and her Genii forces returned later, the creatures were gone and the facility mainly destroyed by the Wraith themselves. The Genii tried their best to fond out how they had created these creatures and what the Wraith intended to do with them, as already there was to few food for the Wraith already existing around. But Commander Codil and her forces could not find any information's remaining and the parts of the facility not completely damaged were no indication of what truly was going on here. To find at least some clue they brought some of the dead bug creatures with them towards a Genii bunker and underground research facility, so they could be studied. When they analyzed them the genii, who by now knew the Wraith had human and Iratus Bug genes inside them realized that in this creatures made of Wraith and Iratus Bug genes the insect parts were the major component. Clearly the Wraith had created them with genetic mutations or hybrid research of sorts, but to what purpose, did they intent to become even more animal like, even more savage and barbaric questioned the Genii scientists. Sadly they had not managed to capture one of this creatures for further research, but even with just the corpses to their astonishing they would discover in their research that this creatures had large amounts of animal remnants in their stomachs, indicating that they unlike the Wraith could feed on all normal meat, maybe even plants to survive and nourish themselves. This if true and not only a test of the Wraith researching on this creatures could have huge implementations for this Wraith Hive during the Wraith Civil War over the Pegasus Galaxy culling of humans as food resources on the long run....
SGG Chapter One: The Genii ConfederationTen years since the Atlantis Occupation Forces had left with their whole city to their own galaxy. Ten years since the Genii had perfected their own ATA gene therapy, their overall medicine, weapons and technology. Ten years since the Genii had been able to improve their Uranbombs from initial incomplete prototypes to full working ideal versions. Eight years since the Genii had slowly absorbed the interplanetary alliance of Human populations in the Pegasus galaxy, the Coalition of Planets into their own Genii Confederation, becoming the dominant, major force in their Galaxy to fight the remaining Wraith, who continued to feed on the human population. But despite the Genii ability to even produce their first armored vehicles able to drive trough the Astria Porta (Stargate), the reign of Ladon Radim did not last. While the overall number of Hive Ships had been reduced by minus 32 from around 60 to only 28 when the Atlantis Expedition left, the remaining 28 Hive ships with their Wraith Qu
Snow BeastSomething had gone terribly wrong. How else did meeting a mere Traveler ship result in the destruction of a mighty hive with its Queen fleeing in an escape pod?
The planet she landed on had a Stargate. That was the good news. The bad news was, it stood thousands of miles away in the prospering equatorial region, whereas the Queen exited her escape pod way up north in a land of ice and snow.
Equipping herself for the trip, the Wraith Queen strapped combat goggles onto her whitehaired head to protect her eyes from bright lights all around her, and for the integrated compass. By foot she'd travel for months and could not risk losing the way.
She saw them first. Two specks of ultraviolet light on her goggles' screens, a young human boy pulling a sled, and on it, an even younger human girl. Precious life force that would get her far. The Queen's feeding hand twitched. Patience, she told herself, knowing what would get her even farther if she was smart about it. She tore fabric off her dress
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