By James H. Schmitz
Formerly showing in separate guides, those tales of the Galaxy are actually in a unitary e-book. After the Galactic Empire crumbled, the Vegan Confederacy was once too vulnerable to outlive, but it prospered as a result of its mystery weapon--telepathy. now not all the brokers of Vega have been human, yet all have been the main robust telepaths within the Galaxy.
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As he did so, something like a giant beetle shifted position beyond the massive steel desk on the control platform and dipped from sight again, and he knew then that U-1 was in armor almost as massive as his own—armor that had been a part of Pagadan’s Interstellar equipment. To the end, that was the only glimpse he had of the spacer. There remained then only the obvious frontal attack with mind-shields locked—across the platform to bring his own powerful projectors to bear directly on his opponent’s armor.
A greenish, transparent halo appeared instantly about the disk; a rainbow-hued one flashed into visibility just beyond it immediately after. Then the disk’s dual barrier vanished again; and the disk itself veered crazily off its course, flipping over and over like a crippled bat, showing at every turn the deep, white-hot gash the Viper’s touch had seared across its top. It was on the fifth turn, some four-tenths of a second later, that it split halfway around its rim. Out of that yawning mouth a few score minute duplicates of itself were spewed into space and flashed away in all directions—individual Bjantas in their equivalent of a combined spacesuit and lifeboat.
He was neither conscious nor unconscious. Floating in a little Nirvana of first-aid treatment, he was a disembodied mind vaguely aware of being hauled back once more—and more roughly than usual—to the world of reality. And as usual, he was expected to be doing something there—something disagreeable. Then he realized the robot was dutifully droning a report of recent events into his mind while it continued its efforts to rouse him. It really wasn’t so bad! They weren’t actually crippled; they could still outrun almost anything in space they couldn’t outfight—as the pursuit had learned by now.
Agent of Vega & Other Stories by James H. Schmitz