Post by Ticoga on Oct 22, 2020 15:56:57 GMT -6
The planet Fress - or so the nearby locals in another star system called it - is a bountiful world of lush vegetation and enormous fauna. The beasts, similar to the dinosaurs of the Earth, roam aimlessly through the undergrowth, and fly high above the massive tree canopies. The world seems to be undisturbed, lacking any signs of civilization, or even as low as tribal communes.
The only form of technology, comes in the form of a towering, circular starship that nearly matches the massive trees in height, its many claw-like landing legs digging into the soft ground. Ticoga's crew had set about investigating the planet; creatures that breath the mixture of nitrogen and oxygen would likely find this world an ideal place to colonize, provided the dangerous beasts were either quelled or at least a region cleared of them.
Ticoga sits in a hovering, ovular chair, leaning slightly forward as he reads the various reports scrolling across the chair's built in terminal screen.
"Phew... it's pretty humid here, and this isn't even the planet's equator." Marma sighs, wiping sweat from her brow, and gazing over the horizon. She floats next to Ticoga, who stops reading to glance up at her.
"Indeed, likely due to the dense flora." Ticoga surmises. "This planet may be worth quite a bit to settlers and colonizers. I doubt the Saiyan Kingdom would care much for a world like this, with the exception of possibly providing them with a new source of meat to consume."
"Right, so in that regard, should we also consider the capture and transportation of some of the beasts?" Marma asks, tapping on a thin device in her other hand. "We could see a decent share of income from exotic foods as well, now that you mention it."
Ticoga considers Marma's words, and nods.
"Yes, place that on our to do list - if we find a buyer for this world, we may want to move some of the fauna." Ticoga replies. "If the buyers say they want the planet totally cleared, we can take efforts to sell the meats, or sell the animals alive to collectors and biological preservation organizations."
Ticoga is in Form 1