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Planet Derbis.3 in system Derbis (VGD089)

  Derbis.1   Derbis.2     Derbis.4  


The ship was painted bright yellow. Yellow for Tig's sake! In this dangerous galaxy what nut job painted their ship bright yellow? Must be suicidal or maybe incredibly naive.
a'Kell guided her ship cautiously through the planet's rings moving slowly towards the yellow ship. She of course, being no fool was in full stealth mode. The only give away being the modest change in gravitational warp to the surrounding space caused by her ship's intrinsic mass. No way to hide that but who had sensors powerful enough to detect something that small? No one she had ever heard of.

Idiuru ba Grft became aware of an object moving slowly towards it. The movement was similar to the movement of the ice and rocky debris that made up the ring system orbiting the gas giant below. The movement was similar but not entirely equal to the drift of the ring debris. Idiuru ba Grft scanned the object, it was cloaked in a shield that deflected light waves around it. Its particle engines were damped down so low that it was quite difficult to tell that they were active. There could be no doubt about it, there was a ship out there sneaking up on it.

Idiuru ba Grft decided to say hello. It adjusted the intensity of the light on the hull facing towards the sneaky stranger. Instantly, bright, piercing light focused directly upon its visitor.

a'Kell was stunned, she was unprepared for the flood of photons that hit her eyes. Momentarily blinded, she hid her face in the crook of her arm but faster than that her ship had already muted the light coming in from its sensors. Spots dancing before her eyes, a'Kell muttered a few choice words having to do with the defecating practices of her species. The yellow ship had detected her and had let her know in no uncertain terms that it was aware of her presence. Nothing for it then, she might as well say hello too. She instructed her ship to

This planet has 4 moons:
Derbis.3.1 (no information available yet)
Derbis.3.2 (no information available yet)
Derbis.3.3 (no information available yet)
Derbis.3.4 (no information available yet)


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User 'revco' updated this system april 4, 2012.
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