They underestimated the enemy, and are almost wiped out by that.
Will the circle be unbroken, or do we lose some of the gods, now?
Inquiring minds want to know!
speaking of inquiring minds, i wonder if the ‘Others’ are still sentient. probably not given the MO of the Jii. but the question remains, under all that steel. do the machines still dream?
The real question is, was this a war of Jii aggression or this a war of happenstance? A war of genocide, perpetrated for the sake of revenge for what transpired all those centuries ago ,or a war with machines without a master who happen to attack thier own speices without care or malice. For it is all they know now.
Fluffy, fluffy rams and lambs,
Lulling ewe to sleep,
So to me it seems,
Your digital screens,
Dream of Electric Sheep.
These last few pages have tugged at my emotions something fierce. Your story is powerful and deeply moving, no matter the format.
Thank you so much for sharing it with us.
You are a fantastic storyteller!
That’s nasty. Shades of the original Dr Who Cybermen.
And Zeke’s questions are ones I’d like to see answered too.
Hmmm… Borg Kilm. They sound unrecognizably so, though, given what is found under the machines is “organic matter.” I wonder what the point of making cyborgs would be… Seems it’d be more simple, less messy, and less disturbing to make a robot with a sophisticated AI over integrating an organic brain into the unit. Would love to see a picture of one of these monsters someday.
Honestly if I were the Kilm, old enemies would be the first suspects.
cronenberg Kilm monsters created by the vengeful enemies of an old war. When did the comic get so metal?
We have met the enemy, and he is us.
On a galactic scale one cannot presume a loose thread to stay buried, to much room for it disappear into, only to return later!
Interesting history and powerful story.
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