Keiser’s Version Chapter 1.5

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The Carrier of Death: On the Edge of Extinction. 

Keiser’s Version Chapter 1 Part 5


Welcome to my blog, I am here today to take you with me to one of my worlds. On this occasion, we will continue with the story where we left it in the last post, and we’ll live it from Keiser’s own skin.


“If I manage.” He responds, biting his lip in satisfaction for his desires to taste the King’s blood. “We will end this war and save humanity from extinction.”

“For how many decades have we been confronting that family?” I ask reflexively, fixating my stare on his reddish eyes. “We are winning, and as long as we continue to be patient, we will keep our advantage.”

“Patient?” He protests in a small shout. “Each day that passes, we become weaker, let me remind you that our number diminishes by the moment.”

“That’s what worries you, humanity’s extinction?” I ask him, hypnotized, believing that maybe his particular orbs can see my soul. “How many will fall if you complete this suicide attack?”

“I will only send my army, the rest of our fleet will stay here with you and the other two admirals.” He declares coldly convinced of his plan’s efficiency. “It will be something quick, I will have Migael’s head in my hands before we can even start to be sorry for having a large amount of victims.”

“I will not allow it!” I say in a shout, unable to contain myself. “If you fail, you condemn us all to a sure death, and if you win, there will be so many deaths, you’ll practically declare the end of our species.”

“What do you want?” He replies defiantly, refusing to accept my words. “Want me to sit here waiting for our world to one day miraculously change?”

“What I want.” I say, frowning. “Is for you to be patient and to understand that we can’t continue fighting.”

“It seems you forget.” He protests between clenched teeth. “That it was you who taught me that while there is an enemy to confront, that we must battle at all cost.”

“Don’t manipulate my words.” I declare, giving him my back to return to my throne. “Back then, we were alone and had no one that depended on us.”

“If you don’t want to attack him.” He says as irritated as I have ever seen him. “What do you want me to do with these prints?”

“Nothing.” I inform him as I sit down. “Take them to the control room and rest, you deserve more than anyone, to take a few days off to relax.”


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