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Maxus Sywell

The leader of the Colonial Defense Forces.

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a character in “The Multiverse”, as played by Joseph_Bennett


Militia on Klendath.
The United Citizens Federation, a spacefaring government intent on finding new habitable worlds.


Name: Maxus Sywell
Age: 32
Race: Oberon.
Appearance: Usually wearing a tan suit, with or without tan cap.
Occupation: Leader of the CDF.

Appearance: Heavily similar to that of an Aschen or Terran human. Fair skin, as while being part of the CDF he is not an active soldier, so he lacks the green skin the usual enlisted have.

So begins...

Maxus Sywell's Story


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The whistling wind is easy to hear from the inside of Whiskey Colony. The barren planet around Whiskey was not as hospitable as what was inside of it. A single watchtower outside of the Colony gates is all that there is to welcome incoming and exiting settlers and explorers. The other watchtowers were much taller, and could see for a very long distance. This base was not very new, but it was expanding rapidly. The only thing that was few was the colonists themselves. But they have recently made a shocking discovery.

There was other life out there.

It had started when they were picking up random signals in incomprehensible languages, at the time just dismissed as radio garble. But then their probes started picking up large objects, not just asteroids, but possible alien ships. The Arachnids were only the first aliens, and they weren't even capable of space travel yet. Today, several observatory ships were being sent towards the first and second recognized non-Federation beings.

Maxus Sywell is the first to know about this, and he has decided to build up the defenses, just in case, but also authorized the preparation of ambassadorial ships.

He hopes to God he isn't the one responsible for an interstellar war.


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The ship in orbit above Klendath was on no terms your run-of-the-mill spacecraft, compared to the rest of the Multiverse. It was near primitive compared to them, for sure, but likely could still hold its own in space. The C.U. Integrity II was not a ship owned by the government, and was held only to a small technicality in allegience to the UCF. It was a ship designed to protect, for sure, but it wasn't just designed to take the brunt of blows for the general populace. It was designed to fight. But it had been a long time since it had to. The first Integrity was old, from a time right after when Oberon were not united and still fought each other. Endlessly. But then the age of the sky beyond came, and the Oberon slowly gathered together and made peace with each other. There were still some who fought, but not on a large scale. The Integrity II was manned with around two thousand Oberon, and armed with EMP and beam weaponry. Shields were still experimental and not used in combat, but there hadn't been any of that for a long time. The Colonial Union still insisted on being prepared, however, and in the light of finding a new race, one could only hope for peace with them.

The attempted observation of this race, who seemingly hadn't noticed the Oberon, had come with the idea of the next Discovery ship. The first Discovery was destroyed in space after its hull ruptured, but since afterwards the Discovery ships had been successful. The seventh ship to carry the name Discovery had been selected to go to observe the race currently just known as 'The Others.' Whether or not this would be successful was still to be seen.

On the Integrity II, they recieved a message log from Discovery VII. The ship had been contacted. On the bridge this announcement was met with the usual silence. The message was quickly played out on a screen to the side.

"This is Paul Clarke, Helmsman of the Discovery seven. Date is 05/8/2309. Time is 13:14. Over radio we have just recieved contact with the inhabitants of I-01's star system. 1-01.7 and I-01.8 are in sight at time of message. Message details we must cooperate with their orders and cease our advance. Decision by live crew to cooperate. Attempt to board or attack ship is possible. Remaining crew waking soon. Awaiting further messages or contact. End Log 03."

The log is documented and saved into a file, and then transmitted down to the surface.

The setting changes from Whiskey Colony to Klendath


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The desert planet.

It is not an isolated place, despite the desolate appearance from space.

Indeed, if you looked at the surface, you wouldn't see much. The species of man that lived there, the Oberon, were very seperated by the vast stretches of desert in between their colonies.

One might wonder how they had advanced up to this level of technology, considering the fact that metal was hard to get on this world and that most materials were as well.
The answer could likely be found in the pure, forceful determination of the Oberon to exist and adapt.

There were also theories as to how the Oberon got on the planet in the first place, as most of the life forms on Klendath lived under the sand, and almost none lived above it, and the Oberon were very clearly not made for this place. How did they evolve here? Most of the Oberon didn't believe in a higher power, but surely, that had to be a possibility, right? Tracing back their history as far as they can, it appears that they had always had the basic equipment needed to survive a desert planet. So perhaps they hadn't originated here.

There has always been a part of the mind that wants to know where it all comes from. Perhaps the expeditions would bring some answers. Perhaps they wouldn't. The answers would be soon determined.

As for now, the desert planet sat alone, silent save for the radio transmissions from ships above.