Liar Thief and CowboySignificantly longer than the first chapter. Hope you guys like it.Liar Thief and Cowboy by Sulkon88
Mesirg had once been a bustling mining town. Miners and construction robots had excavated numerous tunnels deep into the ground of Panot about twenty years ago. It was a classic boom town with the government from Panot rushed in setting up contracts with Randelo Corporation and Tremacon’s Industrial Division and a number of squads from various other mining guilds from Panot and across this arm of the galaxy had raced in. For fifteen years mining crews and giant drilling machines had mined and mine maintaining a near constant rumble for Mesirg especially when the miners found a good vein of Iron or Cordium ores. Iron was always important but the rare dark blue Cordium element was a precious commodity sought after for starship elements such as engines and other technological items.
The mines still worked now but a large contingent of the initial industry had quieted down over the last five years. Tremacon had
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“Now boarding for Pelin Station now boarding.” The attendant declared. The man started to feel the powerful vehicle rumble slightly. Powerful mechanisms powered on once more churning at the mid hour on the planet Panot. Not a moment too soon as far as the man was concerned.
Dex Atribar ran his hand through his dusty brown hair nervously. He didn’t like leaving Melanie behind but he had to. She was dead weight, untrained, and hardly tested.
‘A risk plain and simple.’ he thought as he looked out through the window of the hydro train. The station fell behind them as the vehicle pulled away and soon long dry brow
Sitting across from him in the double seat was a man in a nice suit. He looked like the teaching type, a crisp cut beard with grey patches forming in the brown whiskers. A hat rested on his lap along with an old black wood cane that rested across both knees. Ocular implants were plain enough to