While there are lots of good reasons why Scavina should have stayed up on the ship (as discussed here and here), lack of experience isn’t one of them. Difficult as it may be for certain Survey Contact Team veterans to imagine.
Indeed! And now I have this picture of Vessa attempting to disprove Zan’s statement here…
::clicks on links:: Ah, Darvin and Fusella… Wonder what they’re up to. (Playing cards!)
Getting twitchy for the upcoming action…
Action coming soon! Heh heh heh…
(I miss Darvin and Fusella, too. We’ll get to peek in on what’s going on up in orbit before too long.)
Well at least we haven’t forgotten our good General Ahab…
The only thing that bothers me about this whole sequence is that, given the superwhamodyne sensor capabilities of the Galaxion, would it not be possible to play run-around with whoever it is without needing to try and exit the valley? What I mean is, given that our mystery guests are apparently subject to being spotted and tracked from orbit, could the Galaxion not advise the landing party how best to maneuver in the valley so as to both avoid contact and perhaps observe whoever it is that is approaching?
That’s true– to a certain degree– but if the mystery guests decided to fan out, there might be trouble. But they’d already planned to leave the valley anyway.
Should we come here from now on, or is Girlamatic.com coming back again? Thanks for a lovely comic.
EdgeWise, from what I understand the Girlamatic site has been under hacker attack and the admins are trying very hard to solve the problem. So it should be back before too long (I hope). You are more than welcome to continue reading Galaxion at this site, though, even after things are all back to normal over there.
EDIT: And thank you!
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