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What Thirty Years Can Do Fuel exploded out of the rear truster in flames covering the right side of the ship in an inferno The ships warning signals sounded setting of a loud siren through out the ship Rebel pirates ships blasted by again firing an array of lasers piercing the destroyed spacecraft The bloodthirsty pirates were boarding at the East docking bay the halls were left with a few surviving men as the pirates continued their rampage I had to get the crystal and get off this ship before it exploded into bits the galaxy depended on it I slide through the open doors of the destroyed briefing room and ran over to the door reading Security Clearance Only Remembering that my clearance card was in my room I pulled out a little X-36 and attached it to the door I stepped back and pressed the detonator the door made a quick burst of flames from the chemicals I then stuck my hand in through the little hole in the burned steel walls and punched in my ten-digit code on the opposite side The briefing room doors broke open as the rebel pirates bombarded in The door opened but as it reached the top a rebel pirate from behind fired a laser hitting the circuit board It exploded sending the door hurtling down I leaped in as the door hit the ground in a blaze of sparks My heart was all I could feel was my heart pounding The crystal was only a few yards and protecting it meant saving the galaxy from complete destruction I reached out and grasped the sparkling crystal in my hands All of a sudden there was another violent shake sending LCD screens and digital projectors flying down shattering into bits I was smashed against the control panel and blood gushed from my head was this it for me When my eyes opened again all I could think about
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