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If there was one thing Thayne Rownes hated more than the dust storms that often came during the slightly cooler months of winter it was the humidity and heat beating down on his back when he had something urgent to do From over his shoulder he scowled angrily at the two suns that Nephele the planet he had long ago called home was sandwiched in between Soome and Vorti were the largest of the three suns that his solar system was in orbit around and coincidentally they were the very blazing spheres making his life rather miserable The small mallet clasped in his hand was slick with his sweat and shuddered in his hand with a woeful pang each time he smacked it against the side of the exploratory ships main hatch A light film of sweat had long since accumulated on his brow and was now trickling down his temples His hair was drenched with the salty liquid and stuck to his brow like a wet rag Unluckily for him he couldnt avoid the sting of the salty perspiration as it made its way through the brim of his lashes and into his sensitive eyes What was more irritating to Thayne than the sweat in his eyes was the fact that the entirety of his body showed the same signs of perspiration His clothes were doused and sticking to his back His sense of urgency was slowly becoming bogged down by the physical lethargy that came with the ungodly heat of day There wasnt any time to waste Hed just have to push through it His life was hanging in the balance and if he didnt get Benjys hatch door unstuck hed soon have more problems than the sweat that was rolling down the crack of his ass His crew those of who were safely back in his ship the Judur V had picked up the state of the art ship from the royal
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