What kind of strange things might one find on an alien planet?
>came here to shit talk posters that will say "Aliens" like idiots
>surprised that no one else is doing this yet
>realize i'm the only one who is going to
>midlife crisis till i realize i'm the 1%
>use my 1% super richness to buy a small nation where i sit in my summer home and contemplate lifes oft mysterious path's we small specks of dust wander.
>Clown planet is sacred ground, protected and guided by the honk mother.
On an all but dead tidally locked world around a sun so old its almost completely inert you find a broken pyramid 7 miles tall. Further investigation reveals an extensive network of caverns. Everything is surrounded by darkness.
I always liked the idea of finding dead civilizations whose infrastructure is oddly intact more or less.
Yeah theres some wear and tear and some collapses here and there but thats to be expected in a thousand year old civilization. Whats more interesting though is that it seems its more or less intact but wholly abandoned. welp, time to pack my gear up and go spelunking.
>You do realise human civilisation is fourteen thousand years old at this point?
If people realize this, they'll just keep adding digits to their fictional timescales in a vain effort to make it sound profound or impressive.
Can you even imagine having to deal with people trying to push the idea of a million-year empire?
>be captain Ayynon
>serving the glorious Ayy Federation
>our mission: explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no Ayy has Lmao'd before
>oh boy another blue planet
>Okay this one has life based on carbon and water, nothing to write home about
>The aliens here are also made of meat. But that's okay, we keep going
>Pick up some locals, probe them, get the to build ziggurats, standard operating procedure
>see pic related
>It's sandwiched between like three state-entities that should have eaten it centuries ago
>Has some of the weirdest fucking culture I've seen in millennia of service
>Make a report about it, send to the eggheads on Ayyrth
>Get a medal for discovering the anomaly known to its local species as "Belgium"
Feels good, man.
As if cyborgs, humans that long ago realized how inefficient the fleshy body is, would decrease range of motion and make themselves a bigger more visible target. Thats how you get shot by the fleshbag guerilla's.
Odd plant life, different atmosphere composition, and weird ass weather. Saturn has raining diamonds, maybe make it so it has monthly meteor strikes since it has a funky orbit around a star which when the meteor strikes hit the surface it's more so the soil clouding the air with hazardous poisons that make it dangerous. Plant life that gives poisons to the soil, but since it can't make poison in it's own it looks near dead so the soil and plant life has a weird relationship with the soil...um...bipedal creatures that VERY loosely resemble humans.
I'm sorry, I'm just spitballing.
>You at least brought back Liège waffles right?
We returned with many samples of their hydrocarbon rations (for such is the food of that place), and many thousand lmaos were awarded to the ayy who discovered the distinctive flavors of that region. Since that time, waffles have become an exotic delicacy among our people.
Dude. Scrotum face is rich enough to live in a space lead mansion to hide is force presence. I'll remind you a gram of that shit could fund 10 clones. He could afford a baby vader for daddy vader to go through rehab and rule the galaxy with.