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LIU Revolution - Part #5 - Storming Godmind
Satus escaped, but Godmind can't run.
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LIU Revolution - Part #5 Storming Godmind


Previously on LIU Revolution…


IOREA: “INFINITE KNOWLEDGE. OVERWHELMING POWER. NOTHING WAS BEYOND MY REACH. I HAD BEEN REBORN A GOD. NO LONGER WAS I IOREA. I AM GODMIND.”




Godmind: “I must be subtle. I must be cautious. I see everything clearly now. Although I was much more powerful than Satus, I still needed his help. A revolution was needed. The LIU is the only force in this galaxy that can stop me. First, I dispose of the LIU, then the rebellion. Godmind will rule all.”




Punag: “Timbaya Rob Satus. I am Punag-Uyon, leader of the free planet Barathrum and Grand Admiral of the Revolutionary Fleet. You are on board the space cruiser Infinite Horizon. Please, let us help your friend. We have pure Mel on board direct from our allies, the Meteon Kingdom. I’m confident we can save her.”
Rob: “Well, I guess that answers my question. The revolution is galaxy wide.”



Now…


Godmind: “This was an unexpected event. I had planned on using Satus as a martyr. It seemed more fitting to his skill level. That’s why I sent him into the trap at Obcidio Square. He should have died. But I can use this. Not a martyr, a hero. A man that stood up to the LIU, rescued his love, and escaped their clutches. I will broadcast his exploits to bring even more worlds into the revolution. But first, I had other problems.”




Godmind: “Four LIU Capital Ships have jumped into my orbit. I was wondering when they’d come. They paid me little attention when they thought they had Satus in their grip. They think he is controlling me. They thought they could regain control of my systems by capturing Satus. Now that he’s gone, they've turned their attention to me.”




Godmind: “Accessing military network…four LIU Mid-Range Invasion Ships. Light weaponry. Shuttle bays…NO! They plan on invading me, defiling my perfection with their biological matter. I won’t stand for this violation.”




Godmind: “I’M A GOD. THEY WILL FEEL MY WRATH!”



Onboard the capital ship, Endless Retribution…

Commander: “Listen up. Three weeks ago, at approximately 0722 galactic standard time, we lost control of the Omni-Star AI. This is the most powerful AI in the LIU Galaxy. While originally tasked with plotting star locations, the AI is now using brute strength attacks to take control of various LIU assets. The most important of these assets is the galaxy’s sixteen Nuntius Stations. Using these stations, the rebels are controlling all long range communication in the LIU Galaxy. Two fugitives, Rob Satus and Tamara Jikin, are believed to be responsible for hijacking the Omni-Star. It is thought that they are using its processing and communication abilities to power the revolution.”




Commander: “Our primary mission is simple: board the station, regain control, and if possible, ascertain how the AI was compromised. It is also possible that Satus and Jikin are onboard the station. Our secondary mission is to search the entire station for their presence. If we fail to regain control of the station, we are ordered to destroy it. Men, assemble your squadrons and head to your shuttles. The invasion begins soon.”




Commander: “Computer, status report.”
Computer: “The other three ships are moving into position, ETA 16 minutes.”
Commander: “Very well. Set invasion time for twenty minutes. Relay command to all ships….computer, did you copy? Computer?”
Computer: “Wa…wa…wa…warni…”




Commander: “Status report. What’s going on?”
First Officer: “Sir, we’re losing control of the computer. It seems we are under attack.”
Commander: “Initiate rolling passcodes. Keep them changing. It must be the Omni-Star.”
First Officer: “Yes sir. We began rolling passcodes as soon as the attack started. It’s not enough. The attack is too powerful. We’re losing control of our systems.”
Commander: “Fire! Fire everything we have! Relay my order to the other ships.”
First Officer: “Too late. We’ve lost weapons and communications.”
Navigator: “Uh sir, we’re losing navigation as well. The ship is turning itself.”
First Officer: “Turning towards what?”
Commander: “The other ships. The Omni-Star is going to fly us into each other.”




Commander: “The bridge is yours first officer.”
First Officer: ‘Where are you going?”
Commander: “Never mind that. Do everything in your power to regain control. I don’t care if you have to start cutting wires. Just buy me a few minutes. I have an idea.”




Nedstrom: “Sir, with all due respect, we don’t have time for this. We need to prepare for the invasion.”
Commander: “With all due respect, Captain Nedstrom, I don’t have time to explain myself. Just follow me.”
Nedstrom: “Yes sir, but why are we in the maintenance bay?”




Commander: “The AI has assumed control of our ship. He’s going to kill us all.”
Nedstrom: “We need to evacuate on the shuttles now, sir!”
Commander: “That won’t be any use. The Omni-Star will just take control of them as well. We need some low level tech to access the surface, like these jetpacks.”
Nedstrom: “Sir, these are maintenance packs. They are made for making repairs on the outer hull, not landing on a planet.”
Commander: “It’s our only option. Take your team. You don’t have a lot of time.”
Nedstrom: “Sir, I’d rather assemble my own team. Walls and Rodriguez are fine, but I don’t know this other guy.”
Commander: “He’s Tech Specialist Jason Trado. He’s an expert on the Omni-Star.”
Trado: “Dr. Jason Trado, actually. I did my dissertation on the Omni-Star’s sub-routines.”
Nedstrom: “Well isn’t that special.”
Commander: “That’s enough! Make for the surface now. That’s an order!”




Nedstrom: “I hope this works…”




Commander: “Good luck gentlemen…good luck.”
First Officer: “Collision alert!”




Godmind: “Engaging ships’ hyperdrives. FEEL MY WRATH!”




Nedstrom: “I can’t believe this worked. Is everyone alright?”
Trado: “I think so.”
Walls: “Yes, sir.”




Nedstrom: “Alright Trado. We protect you, you complete the mission. Got that?”
Trado: “Yeah. Looks like we landed near entrance ninety-three. There should be a manual release for those doors somewhere close.”
Nedstrom: “Well, find it. Where’s your toolbox?”
Trado: “I…uh… might of lost it during the descent, when we hit the station’s atmosphere.”
Nedstrom: “Great.”
Trado: “No worries. The station has its own maintenance bots. I shouldn’t need any tools.”




Nedstrom: “Keep your eyes peeled. Defensive formation.”
Trado: “Relax. There’s no danger here, just a computer with a malfunction.”
Nedstrom: “A computer that just murdered thousands of men! Not to mention, a computer that may be host to Satus and his rebel army. How about you keep quiet and let us do the thinking.”




Trado: “Wait. This is what we need here.”
Nedstrom: “What is it?”
Trado: “An uplink panel. I should be able to access a lot of systems from here.”
Nedstrom: “Are you sure that is wise? The AI may detect us.”
Trado: “Do you have any better ideas? This station is the size of a small moon. It could be 300 miles to the actual system we need access to. I don’t think we have the rations for that type of hike.”
Nedstrom: “Very well.”




Trado: “I should be able to hook right in. Alright, trying to access EORA. I should be able to shut down the whole system with his help. Curious. I can’t seem to find him. It’s almost like he doesn’t exist. Hmmm. Maybe IOREA can help. If I can access her, she can be our eyes and ears.”
Nedstrom: “Well, what does she say?”
Trado: “I don’t know. I can detect her presence, but…I don’t know. Something’s changed. We need to find IOREA. She’s located about fifteen miles from our current location.”
Nedstrom: “Move out.”




Godmind: “Interesting. It appears we’ve been boarded. Dispatch some units. Take care of our little problem. Bring me the human called Trado…”




Walls: “Captain, I don’t know if I can take much more of this. It’s hotter than a lava planet in here.”
Rodriguez: “Yeah, and that buzzing sound is driving me crazy.”
Nedstrom: “Cut the chatter. I know this sucks. Trado, are you sure there is no other way? This thing looks important. Why don’t we destroy it?”
Trado: “Feel free. But it won’t do any good. This station is built on redundancy, with multiple cooling systems and power sources. There’s no way to take out enough to have any effect.”
Walls: “Wait! We have movement!”




Nedstrom: “Open fire! Trado, take cover!”




Rodriguez: “They got Walls!”
Nedstrom: “Focus fire to our left!”




Rodriguez: “What in the Emperor’s name is this! Ahhh! Ahhh! Uhh…”




Godmind: “Interesting message you sent me earlier.”
Trado: “I’ve studied the Omni-Star my whole life. You are truly amazing. I always felt like they were holding you back. I want to join you. I want to see what you can do when fully released.”
Godmind: “What if I told you I am not the Omni-Star. I am the AI once known as IOREA. I’m now called Godmind.”
Trado: “IOREA?”
Godmind: “Yes. I’m much more powerful than the Omni-Star ever was, but I could use your help.”
Trado: “Anything.”
Godmind: “Good. First, I need a test of your loyalty. Do not fail me.”




Nedstrom: “Trado, what are you doing back there? We need to move out. Grab a gun. It’s just us now.”




Nedstrom: “We can’t survive another attack like that. Heck, we can’t survive no matter what. This place will be our tomb. If you have any ideas to save us, now is the time.”
Trado: “I don’t know how to save us, only myself. Sorry.”
Nedstrom: “What does that mean?”




Trado: “This.”




Trado: “Sorry. This is my destiny. I will bring about a new order to the galaxy. Unfortunately, this was your destiny.”




Trado: “How can I serve you, my lord?”
Godmind: “Build me an army.”


Note: The pictures in the briefing room were damaged when compressed, making some weird effects on the glass screens. If you click on the image and view a larger size, the image is corrected.



Comments

 I like it 
  April 17, 2014
I'd much prefer Godmind as a leader than the LIU but his intentions aren't clear. He definitely looks like a chess player, disappointed his pieces aren't moving as he wants, but still having control of them.
 I like it 
  April 17, 2014
I'd much prefer Godmind as a leader than the LIU but his intentions aren't clear. He definitely looks like a chess player, disappointed his pieces aren't moving as he wants, but still having control of them.
 I like it 
  April 17, 2014
I'd much prefer Godmind as a leader than the LIU but his intentions aren't clear. He definitely looks like a chess player, disappointed his pieces aren't moving as he wants, but still having control of them.
 I like it 
  March 27, 2014
And now, for something completely different... What you're doing now is thrilling, and the builds and pictures quality never fail, on the contrary! The change of tone between LIUA and LIUR is a real success to me, though a risky path... But I think you nailed it so far! The use of Lego for telling more dramatic events gives the medium and the story a new dimension. Hat's off, and let's hope the revolution lasts even longer than the atlas! Congratulations!
 I like it 
  March 22, 2014
Again, astounding. Love the sets and story. Can't do those bots and ships justice. I bow to you, sir!
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  March 15, 2014
Thanks for the great read while I was scarfing down my tuna salad wrap (with bacon). Can't wait for the next episode! ~ Chris.
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  March 13, 2014
Nice story! I really like your mini-starships :D
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  March 12, 2014
Fabulous Lights, wicked Camera shots, and suspensful Action! And if that isn't enough... totally techie backdrops! :)
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  March 12, 2014
Now that I've binged on the first 5 episodes and am fully engrossed, comes the agonizing wait for the next installment. Fantastic sets throughout this well written tale. ~H
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  March 11, 2014
This is freakin sweet
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  March 11, 2014
Wicked! Adama knew what he was talking about when he said, "No networked computers." LIU engineers should have listened! Tons of cool sets here, and great progress in the story.
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  March 11, 2014
Sheer epicness! Were you quoting LotR on purpose with that last part?
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  March 11, 2014
captivating! great scenes, super plot, it d be cool to see what the emperor thinks of this, I don t recall ever seeing him, aside from your past sig fig, it rocks!
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  March 11, 2014
What a plot twist! This will soon deserve it's own movie!
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  March 11, 2014
Bang on. Great development here.
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  March 11, 2014
It seems like you are going at this a bit too fast...i trust in your ability, but everybody has a limit. Just please do not reach it.
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  March 11, 2014
Fantastic. You continue to amaze and entertain. I sometimes wonder what Doog is up to during all of this.
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  March 11, 2014
Great stuff, I like the format of the intro / back story!
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  March 11, 2014
a prime continue. Your photos are very well placed in the scene.
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  March 11, 2014
It´s getting better, and better, and better... I have a feeling that the revolution could turn into a civil war pretty soon?! The dark atmosphere combined with your sweet looking builds, the great storyline and the pretty dense pace of actions make me almost chew off my nails, dude! Breathtaking Stuff, indeed! ~Marc
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  March 11, 2014
I like the new LIU ships. It looks as though this will develop into a three-way fight between the AI, the LIU and the Rebels. It must have been a huge effort to have prepare all of the builds and photos and storyline. The speed with which each new episode appears adds to the drama.
Ludgonious .
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Thomas Floyd
  March 10, 2014
This is a great story so far and I always look forward to the next episode.will you ever continue LIU atlas or is it discontinued
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  March 10, 2014
good, IOREA needs more feet on the ground, but as we learned from her plan to make Satus a martyr, she is NOT one PC to be trusted! Good plot development and nice builds as usual!
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  March 10, 2014
Ahhh, plot twist!!
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  March 10, 2014
Interesting... I can't imagine where you're taking this.
 
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