Intaki V 0.5
Intaki - Diaspora Industrial Freeport
Elaine looked down at her daughter in the heat and noise it took her a moment longer to understand what had just been asked and in the way that inquisitive youth does before she could answer her daughter Tandrii asked again.
“Who’s is that massive ship mum. Can you tell from the emblem?”
Elaine looked down at her daughter and as she spoke she let her fingers trace the carved serpentine fish depicted on her daughters bracelet.
“The ship is Naglfar and I haven’t seen one since I worked at the news station.”
For a moment Elaine’s thoughts drifted again happier times the news station the office parties meeting her husband. Then her thoughts shift again troops in unmarked military armour her boss lying dead, running to the monastery hoping against hope that her daughter would be safe, holding Tandrii in her arms.
Tandrii looks up at her mother young determined steadfast and sure in her wish for information for enlightenment.
“That is the emblem of the Intaki Liberation Front, they are the type of people you must never get involved with, they are bad people.”
“Are they friends of Dad?”
The question takes Elaine by surprise she thinks of all that the question embodies she almost is ready to laugh at it and cry, cry for days. She thinks of her husband Erren the way they would smile the way they would play with their hair when they were nervous their light laughter. She also thinks of the anguish the day they found out they were a Serpentis the same day they found out that the ILF had killed them.
“No they were no friends of your dad.”
“When will we see dad again.”
“Jumping to you now.”
[20:38:44] EVE System > Channel changed to Local : Agoze
[20:40:22] Zar Werner-Htun “Happy to help Mr Masseri our organisations may not see eye to eye but we still owe you.”
[20:40:49] Richard Masseri “Thank you Khasri Werner-Htun”
[20:41:18] Zar Werner-Htun “Got any more caps in Intaki?”
[20:42:24] Richard Masseri “I have the ILFS-Endurance but I think I will strip the weaponry off that and keep it their as an heirloom of another time.”