“Is this the book where Warhammer 40K travels to Tomorrow’s Ark? ”
“That’s right. ”
“Isn’t this right? I think our camp is neither like a hammer nor a boat, but rather… oh, a rabbit with a hammer? That’s fine. ”
“Yeah, so, feudal lords and monsters over there, were you peeping when we landed? It’s okay, we’re just from the next door, Holy Terra, and will kindly teach you with chainsaws, cannons, and skybursts! ”
——To put it simply, this is a group of hard-core and ruthless people who have organized and collectively traversed. They educated the natives on this land (1/1) with principles and physics, and finally let the people of Terra who were deeply moved in various senses abandon them. The story of previous suspicions, hand in hand, building a new Terra, and striding forward in a new era.
As a textual research party, I find that this world view has limitations! The more roasted chrysanthemums, the more illogical and inconsistent it feels…
So it’s normal to have some magical changes, right?