What if they are wrong…
…maybe a military science fiction universe isn’t viable.
What if it’s a death sentence?
Welcome to the 1,143rd iteration of the universe. We’ve finally conquered the urge to blow up everything.
… no more empires
… no more megalomaniacs
… no more extinction events
We survived our encounter with complete annihilation by the narrowest of margins.
So we’re trying something different.
The result is the sort of place we all dream of, almost, if it included a probability calculator and teams of well-meaning assassins.
Historians shape the future with the help of Calcus Majoris, the largest probability calculator in existence. We intervene to lower the future body count or increase the bliss.
We find it helps maintain the peace.
But even a universe at peace is a very dangerous place.
First year historian Koven Modi is a slacker with a dangerous job.
So far all of his missions have been easy and on the bliss side of the ledger. But not even a famous mentor can keep him safe on his next mission.
Can Koven overcome the fear he’s carried since the death of his younger brother?
Just like your planet, Earth Seven is also in quarantine.
What? Don’t act surprised. Look around.
You’ve made a mess of it.
However Earth Seven only has a medieval civilization.
The cult wars have raged for hundreds of years.
Koven is sent to investigate the use of advanced comms technology on this primitive planet.
If military science has destroyed the universe over and over perhaps other assumptions should also be questioned.
Years ago Allor found a crashed spaceship on Earth Seven.
Now he is on the cusp of uniting the planet under his rule.
… he heals the sick with alien technology.
… he travels across the sky as if by magic.
His mother tells everyone that he is a god and has created a religion to worship him. Mother of god, she likes the sound of that.
What could possibly go wrong?
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