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Imagine the world has been invaded by an alien race that humans call Buggers They have invaded twice and the third invasion is being anticipated That is the idea behind the book Enders Game by Orson Card In Enders Game the main character Ender is sent off to battle school at the age of 6 to begin his training to become a military genius Throughout the book Ender is taught to think up strategies to kill entire fleets of buggers He is pushed to the very edge of his breaking point several times to save Earth against the enemy alien race Ender was taught that the enemy has always been the buggers and that they are out to kill the entire human race Evidence in the book point at a different enemy Humanity not the buggers are the real enemy of Enders GameIf humans encountered an alien race there is no telling what kind of being we would encounter They could think and act like we do or have no language we could understand Which is the kind of being the humans in Enders Game encountered When the humans sent a Tug ship to investigate the disappearing rock they now call Eros they met the buggers for the first time Every crew member on the ship was killed by the buggers This made humans believe that the buggers were out to kill all of them although the buggers did not have those intentions Their minds are really one controlled by a queen and so they didnt know they were killing innocent individually thinking human beings When Ender found the hive queen at the end of the book they share thoughts and she tells Ender We did not mean to murder and when we understood we never came again Card 321 The buggers had no intention of killing all the humans They thought that someone was simply invading in the colony they were creating and were
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