I‘ Anonymous (/ 10( Wed) 01: 38
Our civilization had finally reached its peak; our domain stretched nearly the entire length of the galaxy. Hundreds of civilizations pledged allegiance to our rule, and for that they were pampered
with our love and resources. Some did not comply, and they were punished for being unruly upstarts in our domain, and once we had shown them the errors of their ways they accepted our ways
and were loved and pampered as the rest.
I‘ Anonymous (( Wed) 01: 38
It was toward the late part of the cycle of , our scouts had found an irregularly large solar system. Only one planet had life upon it and what we found disturbed us greatly. It was a planet
of evolved sapient apes, naked though they were, wrapped themselves in the skins and fabrics ofthe other life around them. They were suicidal, destructive, aggressive, deceitful; everything we
were not. I had never known another species to kill one of its own, or even kotake its own life, butthead creatures did it all willingly. I learned award while monitoring beyond whattheh
had named the Kuiper Belt, Genocide.
I‘ Anonymous (/ 10( Wed) 01: 39
It had taken me many glenns to properly give the word a definition that I could comprehend, and when I did I wish I hadn' t. The utter annihilation ofa group that was not of your own, every adult,
child, every bit of its culture, is what it meant. To do so not only confounded me morally but even through an ecological standpoint would it not greatly change the environment and cause more
species to go extinct? Truly no creature would be capable of such a foul act, but as I continued to monitor them, the more I realized they would not only do so willfully, but willingly, fanatically,
dogmatically- I fear we had stumbled upon a civilization that fully deserved punishment for its ways.
I‘ Anonymous (( Wed) 01: 40 No.
I reported my findings back to our Council and they deliberated of the fate of this race. This civilization so prone to civil war, our strategists assumed that we would be able to silently pick off
many of their factions while the rest were busy warring with the others. It was simple, but we felt it should work. I had failed to gather how fast they were able to adapt and engineer, for by the
time our ships had arrived, they had not only gone to the moon and back, but they had learned to split the atom, and had already colonized the fourth planet and many of the moons of the fifth
and sixth planets all within five [
Fortunately, all of their society was splintered, the planets had demanded their own sovereignty like the "nations" they had left back on earth, so there was not a single united group among them
besides alliances different groups had against others. Our ships descended upon the moon of what they called Taan. Our delegates landed and forced the inhabitants to submit or else we would
employ force to make them do so. Our translators caught a single word from the moon' s military leader; it simply said "Nutsi We did not know what it meant, so another warning was sent. We
intercepted an outgoing distress signal to the other colonies around it. I found it amusing, as the moons around Taan weren' t even in a pact, no one will come to their aide.
I‘ Anonymous (/ 03/ 10( lolled) 01: 40
Our sensors indicated that they were picking up multiple signals off of our starboard side. Many signals indeed, hundreds of the colonial attack craft had been summoned from all across the
system. This instant unification had our commander flabbergasted, we all had assumed their independence was one out of inherent genetics, not . How horribly wrong we were.
We found more communication flaring to and feom all of the planets in their solar system, more warnings, more information, more united resolve. We began to calculate the total miniature empires
and alliances they had, coupled with all eitheir individual armies and the technological might of each one. We soon realized that we needed more ships.
What we thought was a simple policing action on a broken and faulted race such as these turned into an outright war against an entire solar system consisting of tens of billions of souls, all of
whom would die before submitting to our divine rights as rulers of the galaxy. Our efforts soon shifted from social progress to keeping this tiny system at bay, they had already forced us out
multiple times, and had taken many more of our systems around them. Their empire was growing, unknowingly, we had united them. All of their millennia of war and strife had trained them and
bred them to this moment in their history when all of their accumulated data would finally be taken out on some ignorant outsider, something they could completely focus their hate and resolve
on. We did not realize what kind of mistake we had truly made until we received the last transmission we ever would get from them, "We know where your home is. No survivors, no prisoners, no
mercey We were finished, because though their diplomatic branch had withered and fell; their martial branch never showed us respite.