The Road to PARTIZAN 07: Beam Saber Pt. 2

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The world of Grona is said to hold the key to ending the war between the ever-expanding Divine Principality and its rivals, the recently allied Orion Combine and the Divine Collaborate. But whatever secrets are held on its surface are locked behind a gate, a gate patrolled by the Divine Courage, defended by orbital cannons, and barricaded behind the constant gunfire and flame of a raging battle.

Somehow, a squad comprised of superstar mechathlete Memphis Longhand, the brothers David and Smack Talk, and the Candidate Pigeon must breach this perimeter. And they have to do it while carrying a very big box.

This week on the Road to PARTIZAN: Beam Saber Pt. 2

////ASSET: FORMERLY HABITABLE WORLD, ‘GRONA’

////LOCATION: Lagoon-N 1232

///STATUS: ABANDONED | EXPENDED

///DESCRIPTION: From its initial colonization in the Miraculous Millennium, through its time as battlefield in the Victorious Millennium, and until the final days of the Perfect Millennium's first century, Grona was Class IV planet under the Lammer classification system. However, once hostilities settled after ██████████████████████████████████, Yes! Power, Better Brighter, and other firms were able to more fully utilize the planet’s resource basin. With Orion’s extractive mechanisms working at full capacity, Grona was elevated for two centuries from habitable world into a more a more comprehensive portfolio of bundled resources. No attempt should be made to recover.

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The Divine Space. Look at you. I mean, Is there even a you in there? You’re so quiet. So spread out. It must be… strange to see so much, and to be seen so rarely? And it is that particular feature that makes you unique. Of all the things like you, you’re the one most like us.

And by us, I do mean real people, but I also mean—I especially mean—Orion. We’re a good fit, don’t you think? Committed. Hard workin’. We don’t ask for much, and when we need something, you know we take it.

But most of all, we bring people together and we get the hell out the way. We don’t need to be the painting on the wall. We can be the canvas. We can be the little plaque that explains the painting. Hell, we can be the gallery.

And all of this is why I hate that old debate: Did the Divine Principality conquer us? Did we conquer us? Who cares. Backstory don’t matter. The only thing that does is ensuring that Stel Orion is so ubiquitous that it’s like we’re not there at all.

Rye

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