...nary), was currently giving a piece of bad news to Thing Beta.
What is it this time, Alpha?
It appears that the last piece of native intelligence in the universe, which we thought would be easy to destroy, has a natural advantage that will make it take perhaps longer to conquer them than it would to conquer an entire universe.
Well, then. That's bad. What is this advantage?They emit this sort of aura in which our power source, Ur, fails. In fact, when Ur enters their radius, not only does it dissolve, it starts a chain reaction that causes nearby Ur to also dissolve, even when they are not in radius.
That's awful. Less than one hundred thousandth of all of our technology isn't powered by Ur.
Yes, we will have to go awfully easy on them. Fortunately, we will still utterly pummel them. I have already launched a large non-Ur-powered bomb at their planet, set to go off in about a day. Regrettably, it landed in the ocean rather than on the land, which will likely minimize casualties. It should only damage areas on the easternmost part of the larger continental mass and the westernmost part of the smaller continental mass. This bomb could likely wipe out whole regions of the planet, but no-one bothered to clean our aiming systems, and-
No. The cleaning fluid is expensive! It would cost over three credits.Credit-counter.Perfectionist.