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Angel/Humanoid story

By TheWolf32 All Rights Reserved ©

Scifi / Fantasy

Prologue

I had almost completed the ship. I had been building a ship could take me to other planets I could explore. My race built their ships from the ground up and we visited other inhabited planets and traded items that held sentimental value and in return we offered protection. Our magic is stronger and more powerful than others in our galaxy. We had found others with similar powers but none of them matched up to us.


I unfolded my wings and flew to the top of the ship, bringing the last materials with me. I landed on the top and keeled down, finishing the top of the ship with flexible but strong methlite. Metabolite is the most abundant on the planet and my race can make it into anything. 


The last thing my ship needed was power. I stood and flew down until I was level and placed my hand against the ship. A blue wave of energy spread out across the ship and it rose. I felt a sense of pride watching the ship come go life. I had only built one once before but that was long ago and I wasn't sure if I still knew how to built on. 


Flying back up to the top of the ship, I placed my hand on the door. Sliding open and folding my wings, I dropped into the seat and the door closed behind me. I set about building the controls, all easily done with my magic. When everything was ready, I flew the ship into the sky and through the portal that had just formed.


When I came out on the other side, I checked the interface which read that I was 400 million light years away from my planet and  in a system with only 1 inhabited planet. I asked the interface to show me which planet was inhabited and the interface came back with a beautiful blue planet. I set the ships course to this planet and made it invisible to any lifeforms. 


I asked the interface which was the dominating species and it came back with a strange looking life form called homo sapiens or more commonly known as humans. I set the interface to cloak me as a human when we were near the planet and sped up the ship.


I felt excited at meeting new lifeforms.

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