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banded by wispy golden clouds

banded by wispy golden clouds. The Ark shuddered out of drive and settled ponderously into orbit around it. In the long, narrow communications room, Haviland Tuf moved from seat to seat, studying the planet on a dozen of the room’s hundred viewscreens. Three small grey kittens kept him company, bounding across the consoles, pausing only to slap a

of islands scattered

of islands scattered in long, crescent-shaped archipelagoes across the deep green seas, earthen jewels strewn throughout the oceans. Other screens showed the lights of dozens of cities and towns on the nightside, and pulsing dots of energy outlay where settlements sat in sunlight|conquer online hack ht

Tuf paid them no mind

Tuf paid them no mind. A water world, Namor had only one landmass decently large enough to be seen from orbit, and that none too large. But magnification revealed thousands|norm adirondack chair|blank cell body

came the demand

came the demand, “ship in orbit, this is Namor Control. State your name and business. State your name and business, please. Interceptors have been dispatched. State your name and business.” The transmission was coming from the chief land-mass. The Ark tapped into it. At the same time, it found the ship that was moving toward them—there was on

Tuf looked at it all

Tuf looked at it all, and then seated himself, flicked on another console, and began to play a war game with the computer. A kitten bounded up into his lap and went to sleep. He was careful not to disturb it|autobuses senda|old

All is made clear

All is made clear,” said Tuf. “Or, if not all, at least a portion. Perhaps you would care to serve me another pie, and explain to me the nature of these troubles. I am nothing if not curious, sir. It is my great vice, I fear.” The pieman slipped on his glove again and opened the hotbox. “You know what they say. Curiosity makes you hungry ht

Haviland Tuf told Namor Control

Haviland Tuf told Namor Control. Namor Control was a round-faced woman with close-cropped brown hair, sitting at a console and wearing a deep green uniform with golden piping. She frowned, her eyes flicking to the side, no doubt to a superior or another console. “Ark,” she said, “state your homeworld. State your homeworld and your business, p

communications with the planet

communications with the planet, the computer indicated. Two more viewscreens lit up. One showed a slender young woman with a large, crooked nose on a ship’s bridge, the other an elderly man before a console. They both wore green uniforms, and they were conversing animatedly in code. It took the computer less than a minute to break it, so Tuf coul

Some time later

Some time later, a second kitten vaulted up and pounced on it, and they began to tussle. Tuf brushed them to the floor. It took longer than even Tuf had anticipated, but finally the challenge came, as he had known it would. “Ship in orbit|how to know the email addre

I must admit I have never heard

I must admit I have never heard them say that before.” The man frowned. “No, I got it wrong. Hunger makes you curious, that’s what it is. Don’t matter. My pies will fill you up.” “Ah,” said Tuf. He took up the pie. “Please proceed.” So the pie-seller told him, at great rambling length, about the troubles on the world Namor. “So