“That’s true, and we made the same mistake as the Hwzeenn are doing now. We really thought we could win,” he said and continued, “But it didn’t take long before we realized our mistake.”
“You cannot imagine the feeling when we understood that we were looking at our extinction when the enemy came upon us. We thought we knew the enemy, but that was only wishful thinking,” he said with a sad voice.
He was silent for a second and let out a bitter laugh.
“We destroyed half of their fleet, and then called our reserves to destroy the rest. I could hear cries of victory when we stormed the Strangers’ fleet.”
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She looked silently at her father as he told of the battle. He seemed to look far beyond the sun, where the Strangers were building their base.
He told of the battle and the feeling of victory when they thought they’d won and saved the home galaxy. He told of his friends and his crew, how they fought and how some of them had died. He remembered how they’d made plans for the future without the Strangers. But that future never came.
She knew how the battle ended, but the Awakening didn’t include memories of the battle itself.
“And then,” he said with infinite sadness and sighed, “and then we sensed it. And I hope I never have to sense it again. The space-time began to curve, gravity waves hit us, and our entire fleet went silent.”