Amalgam Adjacent

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Challenge #03400-I112: Taking Them Out

They sold the Dereggers what they CLAIMED was a disintegration weapon. Shoot it at an enemy, the enemy vanished, often screaming in fear. In fact, they sold many. Imagine the people's shocked faces when they found they "reappeared" aboard one of many pods hidden in that system's massive asteroid belts, being taken, carefully, to safety. -- Anon Guest

[AN: I decided a long time ago that my Amalgam Universe did not have teleportation devices, so this is Amalgam Adjacent. One universe over, someone cracked the code.]

The physics was next to impossible. One could not truly question how someone made such a device, let alone how they made it work. As with all questions regarding technological miracles, the wavering finger of blame pointed in the vague direction of the Nae'hyn. But that wasn't the important bit.

The important bit was that one absolute maniac of a genius figured out how to use it offensively against Deregger worlds.

"The orbital pods make it work," insisted Trader Jo. She did not show them the interior of the pods, only that they were essentially linked to the guns she was also selling to the Oligarchy of Obstinate Morality. Better known to the Alliance as Greater Deregulation Upper Southeast. "You shoot someone or something, that someone or something is no longer your concern. The only real concern is that you don't shoot anything over... six hundred of your pounds."

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Challenge #03067-H159: Take Only Pictures...

Animals go extinct constantly on Earth due to habitat loss and human misuse of the lands and animal stocks. Thanks to the paradox of time, and good ships, they came since the earliest era, and animals being driven to extinction due to human actions were collected and taken to pristine worlds where they could thrive, being careful to introduce the animals in a way that didn't harm, or alter, the local ecology, but rather where the animals could integrate into the ecological

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Challenge #02717-G160: A Plot From the Slush Pile

A human gets body-swapped with a short avian havenworlder just before a band of vorax attack, they find the 'human' cowering, and the chirpy bird missing... -- Anon Guest

[AN: Mind swaps are silly episode ideas so this is entirely non-canon to my pet universe]

"Aw, what the hell?" complained Human De, currently Thelid De, since hir mind was in Thelid Vaax's body. "This is like every badly-written filler episode in the history of everything!"

Human Vaax, once Thelid Vaax said, "I

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