The metal was rent, crushed, compacted under the sheer force and strain of the collision. Water pushed and smashed against the hull, denting and tearing through the heavily plated alloys. Wafts of steamy dew rippled up into the sky as the searing ship touched the cool water, and a gloriously large spray engulfed the surrounding land, like a huge garden sprinkler. Like a stone skipping across a river, the downed spaceship skidded forwards, the rear half crumpling and water gushing to fill the open hangar. Multiple shockwaves ran out, and the ground shook. Even harsh waves ran through the air.Storyteller wrote:Continued from: viewtopic.php?f=13&t=22
As the mere moments passed, the ship soon became a wrecked husk, split completely in two down the middle as the water cut and tore apart metal bolts. It skidded to a halt with the bridge just barely beached up on the shore, and the tail buried deep in the middle of the lake. The thrusters still fizzed continuing to pulse, and steam continued to rise up from the burning hot metal chassis.
While the bridge was surprisingly intact, the force was powerful, so its inhabitants would have been lucky to survive without injury. They wouldn't be sleeping comfortably, tonight. Meanwhile, the interior of the ship was not so lucky. Some cryopods were safe, whilst others were submerged in water.
Native creatures ran and screamed in panic, while others looked upon the metal wreck with curiosity or anger. This thing had crashed upon their home, their sacred crystal lake. It wouldn't be long until the church was informed of this transgression, whereby the flooding of the ship would be the least of the humans' worries.
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