Don't let them fool you. It's just a very large old folks retirement villiage, where they play scrabble mostly.Vortex wrote:That does make sense but it is also entirely possible that there actually is something between the galaxies that we just don't know about and don't understand. Especially if ancients have been going there since the beginning. Even if there originally was just empty space there, billions of years worth of ancients from a thousand galaxies could have made virtually anything there.
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*starts choking and coughing* Sorry about that, got something stuck in my throat thereMongoose Steele wrote:Don't be too proud of this technological last, best hope you've constructed. The ability to unite the young races is insignificant next to the power of the Harbingers.
I find your lack of faith disturbing...Don't you try and frighten us with those sorcerous ways of yours Lord Steele
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if it is the dark void between galaxies (the view i favour) then perhaps the first ones could be travelling towards the edge of the universe, where the younger, more recently formed galaxies lie, so that they can explore a fresh, new galaxy, and help any younger races they find there ... to start the cycle all over again
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You mean, except for the two Magellanic Clouds - detailed in D&L as having several space-faring races (and in the Greater Cloud's case, a middleborn race quite willing and able to keep the Galactics out of what it claims as its own turf!) - though news from there has been short on the ground these past few million years, since the expeditionaries flew back to the Milky Way galaxy...Rikki Tikki Traveller wrote:Sorry folks, but what is beyond the galaxy is 2,000,000 light years of NOTHING. THEN you get to the next galaxy. (yes, I know there are dwarf galaxies closer, but they don't have the metalicity to have habitable planets, so no life).
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