Our trip to the bottom underneath the Starlight Varak and I were being guided through the lower levels, moving further into the rock which anchored the Starlight to the seabed, the place comprised of several levels the first two,
Service and equipment areas the lower levels being described by the tour guide showed how the actual anchor worked; the guide explained the device; it used a traditional Skujin system of grav pulleys interlinked with a giant sturdy chain which moved like a fisherman’s reel when the oceans shifted once every three months the anchor would slacken off to allow the currents to not rip apart the Starlight and once the giant ocean world settled down, it would reel the whole resort back into its proper position.
While the tour guide rambled on Varak and I looked up the sudden energy distracted us, we could feel from above, two energies swirling around one was erratic, out of control but it felt raw and deadly. The other user moved with purpose and control.
About the author.
Albert is an ex-royal air force photographer. He is passionate about novel writing and creative arts, his work can be seen on Amazon and Opensea. Albert also enjoys macro photography displayed on Instagram and gaming with his son and records them to replay on YouTube.