Legend of Galactic Heroes

Legend of Galactic Heroes – V2 Chapter 6: Valour and Fidelity

At the beginning of July, an order went out to Siegfried Kircheis, who was spearheading a detachment far removed from Reinhard to gain control of the outlying stellar regions. Kircheis had been given full discretion over tactical administration of the occupied territories under his command. Some even called him, half-jokingly, the “Backwater King.” Not that… Continue reading Legend of Galactic Heroes – V2 Chapter 6: Valour and Fidelity

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Legend of Galactic Heroes – V2 Chapter 4: BloodShed in Space

  Just prior to his boarding the flagship Brünhild, Reinhard was paid a visit by an out-of-breath secretary who had come from the Ministry of Military Affairs. “State your business.” The secretary stared in admiration at the handsome young commander in his elegant black and silver uniform while awkwardly stating the business at hand—that the… Continue reading Legend of Galactic Heroes – V2 Chapter 4: BloodShed in Space

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Legend of Galactic Heroes – V2 Chapter 2: Ignition Point

It was in November of the prior year that Arthur Lynch had been summoned to appear before Reinhard von Lohengramm, supreme commander of the Galactic Imperial Navy. This was shortly after Reinhard had crushed the Free Planets Alliance’s invading military forces in the Amritsar Stellar Region. Lynch had been living in a correctional block on… Continue reading Legend of Galactic Heroes – V2 Chapter 2: Ignition Point

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Legend of Galactic Heroes – V2 Chapter 1: Before The Storm

A hundred billion stars gleamed with a hundred billion lights. Those lights were weak, however, and the greater part of space’s infinite expanse was dominated by obsidian darkness. A night with no end. An infinite void. Coldness to beggar the imagination. The universe did not reject the human race. It simply ignored humanity altogether. The… Continue reading Legend of Galactic Heroes – V2 Chapter 1: Before The Storm