ni hcihw ti si denialpxe
yhw Onhcet’s tfel eye stniuqs
dna woh ytilaer
AND NOT A SINGLE LIVING BEING COULD BELIEVE IT! THE LAWS OF NATURE NO LONGER ABIDED! HIS LEFT EYE LOOKED RIGHT OUT INTO FOREVER!
Its true, not a single living soul couldnt believe it. Those that were present are still uncertain as to what it was that happened. Even onhcet was still un-sure. In fact the only one who really could give the exact details of the event was blindfolded at the time.
(you see the crew had just kidnapped three lovely young ladies on the captains whim. They had been stolen from the clutches of labuj who was apparently an old friend on onhcet’s. Needless to say when Labuj saw them coming he willingly let the girls go. Then just moments before the events transpired the captain seemed to have a change of heart and had all three of them blindfolded.)
So we were sailing along casually, the captain had reduced the ARR PEE EHM to 120 and ordered the TAEB’s driver no scratching. We had no particular agenda and nothing was out of the ordinary, nothing that is except for the captain. All morning he had wandered about the cabins and deck running his hand along the framing of the ship. He looked at the crew members as if seeing them for the first time that day. It was as if he had been so focused on his life up until now that he had just finally looked up to see where it landed him. Most just shrugged off the captains mood to cabin fever, but it was Gur (the ships driver) that would set about the current events. The captain was looking far off into the distance ahead of them.
“Captain, what are you looking at?” asked Gur nervously
HE SNAPPED! The captain sprang to life and began barking out orders! The A.P.E was set to full blast and the crew dove about the deck as the TAEB roared into life with a joyful glee. The ship blasted off into a frequency so high and fast that the waveforms seemed to twist and curl out of the way. The captain appeared to be thoroughly enjoying this newfound approach to their day. He had at some point armed himself to the teeth (mostly with the crews weapons) and was standing knee bent on the bow of the vessel. Both his eyes were ignited with a wild glee, his half-mile-smile tickled at his ear lobes. It was then that we made our first and only stop of the day.
The three ladies Mariam Dorcus and Anne (if that was their real names) seemed just as wired as the captain but were much more reserved. They did not protest when the crew set about tying them to the ships main post. It was only when the captain decided to have them blindfolded did the one named Mariam finally speak up.
“Are you sure? Nobody will know then” She stated quietly
“Its best they don’t then” he replied.
Mariam smiled as the black cloth covered up her vision.
It was then that heaven ripped open. Enourmous black and gold clouds like lightning giants in the sky. All sorts of rain and ice spit like a mad dog into the air around them. The captain roared with laughter and went into a frenzy, yelling out orders to everyone present individually. The entire crew obeyed without a second thought whatever it was that was going on an adventure like this is not a thing to pass up. The ship lurched upwards against the pelting rain, higher and higher into the atmosphere it climbed. Gigantic bolts of electricity ripped open time and space all around them powering the TAEB beyond its wildest dreams.
Onchet ran his ringed fingers through his matted red hair. The ship would hold out he knew. After all he had built it for this moment. Everything had been for this moment. Onchet no longer was obeying the laws of reality and there was nothing the immortals could do about it. He had broken their game and it was still his move. The clouds swirled around thick and black as they reached the roof of the sky. Sounds and light flashed around them lacing the abyss with visions of things unexplainable by the human mind. They were in the bulk of it now, no end or beginning in sight, all sense of size and shape was lost. Nobody could tell if they were upright or upside down. Then in the infinite distance they approached all at once the pattern of the universe.
COLORS BLURRED! IMAGES BLENDED! THE LAWS OF TIME AND SPACE SEEMED TO MELT AWAY FROM THEM INTO THE WAKE OF THE SHIP, AND STILL ONHCET ROARED WITH LAUGHTER! A SINLGE BOLT OF ELECTRICITY IN A COLOR UNKOWN RIPPED THROUGH THE FABRIC OF REALITY AND PIERCED THROUGH THE RETINA OF THE CAPTAINS OUTSTRETCHED LEFT EYEBALL. SHATTERING THE LAWS OF PROBABILITY.
And in one sickening action like fitting an elephant through a wedding ring, they came out on the other side. The sky stretched out in front of them and beneath them was land they has passed at least a day ago. The captain stood in the center of the TAEB like a statue, surrounded in a halo of light. Tiny fingers of sound, color, and electricity crawled around him in slow lapping waves. He made not a sound and his face was tightened. teeth gritted and both eyes as firmly shut as possible. The crew took a step forward and at Mariam’s urgent request the girls bonds were cut and their eyes freed to view the scene unfolding.
His fingers twitched open. Slowly s l o w l y he stretched open his fingers. Then carefully he opened his right eye just the smallest amount. Then a little bit more, his eyeball shuddered when it made contact with the outside world. He stood up a little straighter and without opening his left eyeball looked around at his crew and then at the three ladies.
At mariam’s nod he opened his left eye.
Now turn and look.
See The captain see the future.
Look at him observe the infinite possibilities
Notice the immortals, some curious some scared.
The muscles in his face tense just slightly
Feel him wink at reality
Feel him wink