Kalsiski Commander Vessan entered the helm of the Destroyer and walked over to his General. "Shall we sssend reinforcements, General?" General Ras'Xenios stood in the helm of the Destroyer, gazing at the footage his ship was capturing of the battle down below on planet Draasis. "We wait. Once the Veylö depart Draasis, we will follow them with the entire fleet cloaked. Prepare the Grenmar for sstealth tracking." "Yess General, at once." Vessan walked through the long corridors of the Destroyer's hull and down many enclosed staircases. Upon reaching the bottom of the final staircase, Vessan had reached his destination; an immense room that the Kalsiksi call "Container". With a wicked smile, Vessan gazed through a transparent yet very bright turquoise lazer gate.
He watched as the Grenmar coiled itself, preparing to launch and devour the captured Veylö Yonians who the Kalsiksi Scouts had captured on Draasis. The Veylö huddled together, knowing these would be their last moments. Weak and tired and with no way to defend themselves from this gigantic beast, they hummed Yunu together; a song Yonian Warriors sing when they are faced with certain death. A Grenmar is a huge serpentine beast with impervious scales and many large, jagged teeth. The Kalsiski engineered a neural implant and interface to control a Grenmar's movements and view what is sees remotely; even over the vastness of space. When the Kalsiksi send a Grenmar to battle or for missions, they equip it with Intergalactic armor which fortifies the beast, giving it protection and speed in space, but also the ability to open wormholes in space-time to traverse the Yalaxy even faster or assault unsuspecting enemy ships. The Intergalactic armor also allows a Grenmar to tear holes in enemy ships with its many huge fangs, making Grenmar's infamous and feared by many throughout the Yalaxy. Vessan approached Chief Scientist Mersa, and instructed her to commence Intergalactic fortification of the Grenmar, who was currently swallowing whole the last of the captured Veylö Yonians.
Mersa nodded briefly and proceeded to flip switches and press buttons on the control board she was sitting at. She then nodded to the Grenmar Pilot and he commenced neural link procedures by inserting a link chip for this Grenmar into a chamber and got inside of it. The chamber doors closed and it filled with a white gas as the mechanisms within attached themselves to the Pilot's spine and brain. After several seconds of gas hissing and components shifting into place, he was now in control of the Grenmar's mind. He slithered the Grenmar into place for armor deployment. Mersa tapped more buttons and then pulled a lever. One of the walls within the Grenmar's holding space suddenly opened up and millions of tiny pieces of a shiny pearlescent nano material floated over and attached themselves all over the Grenmar.
After the nano material was in place, a black metal circle with glowing purple lining fixed itself around the Grenmar's neck - this is what enabled the creation of wormholes and passing through them, and also cloaked the Grenmar from being seen by even the most advanced ship radars. Commander Vessan was marveling at the Grenmar being outfitted with its armor when he was contacted by the Helm with a message from the General. "Releassse the Grenmar and track the Veylö ship, they have just departed Draasis!"
GINGKO is known as the Beast of War and believed to be the protector of the forgotten Yonian warrior. During the Yoniphant War, many of its kind was captured and got killed brutally and Gingko is the only one left with an ability to emit fire and is considered one of deadliest to ever exist. He was saved by a true blooded Yonian Warrior, though having a huge difference in size and very fearsome look, he was able to tamed Gingko. He follows his savior in every war and together they fought against the darkness that spreads across the Yoniverse. But one day, they encountered the most powerful spirit Ravnica, the Lord of Accursed, who eat souls and rips away the sanity of Yonians. He leads and empowers the undead and formed an army.
Since Gingko was immune to the attacks of any spirit, he protected the warrior for he is vulnerable to incantation. Even though he is exceptionally good in combat battle, he is still a mortal. Ravnica was aware of Gingko’s weakness and decided to attack him instead. Gingko counterattacked them with fire since dehumanized beings are susceptive to heat but Gingko wasn’t able to defend all the attacks so the Yonian Warrior was defeated and got killed. These result to GINGKO crushing the ground with his powerful punch and every single enemies has fallen into a pit of fire that emerged after the ground splits into half. Gingko feels empty after losing his savior and decided to holed up. After so many years GINGKO remains asleep beneath the ground and only true Yonian warrior can wake him up.
By a campfire while on route to fight the Yragon the party started telling each other stories. Dr. Wise told the story of the pages of xRock that they might find in the ancient ledger.
"Eons ago there was a yalactic war in the xedrock region of the Yoniverse. A rift had opened in space and in came wretched Yapacatas, hunting for any creature perceptible by their four senses. They would stun their prey with poison darts that went flying from the tiny holes alongside the arch of their brows. They were not driven by hunger for flesh but of a will to own the minds and ambitions of every living creature. The poison in the darts also carried parasites that made the host passive, feeling a great need to spend all of their time and resources building monuments for the Yapacatas.
The desperate Yonians fleeing this region gathered in the temples of Yonius and searched through the ancient ledger to find someone that could aid them in their peril. Many had come with their armies but the poision darts pierced every ally and the will of the yalaxy diminished day by day. Kiira was a brave young Yonian joining the survivours on Yonius. She was researching the ledger when her orange jello finger stopped dead. The page she had open told the story of the ‘Rock oracle’ located on the planet of Furies. It had fallen from the sky many years ago and was a living creature in a deep slumber. A sentinent creature without skin. The Yonians quickly sent out a scouting party to find the rock, teary yellow eyes watched them leave, hoping that they would find a salvation.
When the Yonian scouts arrived on the dusty red planet of Furies there was a sandstorm. They pushed on through the desert into a cave. The ledger illustrated a lush cave and the oracle situated on a pilar which was almost identical to the sight that lay before them. The rock was cold and almost seemed dead to the Yonians. As Kiira touched it they heard a rumble from deep within the planet. When it died down the Yonians watched the rock with anticipation. Was this the saviour they were looking for? They waited for a while but nothing else happened. As the scouts started panicking that this had been a dead end Kiira feelt a surge of anger.
As she punched the wall the other Yonians gasped. Behind her rocks, smaller but identical to the ‘rock oracle’ was floating mid-air. As she surged her hand forward they followed in that same direction and smashed into the wall. The other Yonians tried to gain the same power and quickly realized that they would recieve it by touching the rock. Many Yonians and allies now travelled to Furies to get ready for a final battle against the Yapacatas. The powers of telekinesis and summoning of rocks would greatly help them in the quest to regain the xedrock region."
Yaslax wanted to hear the rest of the story but Dr.Wise said the final pages had not been found. Maybe they would discover the rest of the story if they could recover the ancient ledger.
Searching, always searching... It has been 20 planets or more since Amya had last seen her father. Amyos was a mighty warrior - is a mighty warrior, she thought - fighting alongside Chief Giyon against the plundering Kalsiksi in search of the Life Giver Planet. Had they found it yet? How would she know?
"Ayo, Amya! Have you found anything?" came the voice of Yomo, her brother. She was supposed to be looking for kaiyos - a rare mineral with a crystalline substrate that had frequency-bending properties. "Nothing yet!" Amya replied, looking down at the jagged, rocky terrain of this planet. How could they possibly find anything in this mess of rubble and ruin? This planet was obviously another victim of the destruction the Kalsiksi inevitably left behind them. The bones of another planet, unburied on the battlefield, left to rot.
There was very little evidence of the burns and scars left behind after the acidic blood of a Kalsiksi was spilled. Whoever lived here must not have been able to put up much of a fight. Near every pebble-size pockmark left on the plant's surface was an enormous stain on the landscape; a deep, ruddy color marking the passing of another innocent. Amya heard her brother's footsteps approaching her, picking his way carefully across the rocks while attempting to avoid stepping on the blotchy graves.
"He's not coming back", Yomo mumbled quiety. "He has nowhere to come back to anyway." Understanding her brother's fear of never seeing their father again, Amya knew that she needed to say something encouraging to Amyo. "Either we'll find him, or he'll find us!"