Lavis Chronicles Posts

A fledgling empire taking its first steps into outer space, the Lavis chronicles details the trials and tribulations of a slowly-awakening species. Overwhelmingly inspired by the PC game Stellaris, this content is episodic in nature, with each post following the last.


And Thus, the Conclusion

And Thus, the Conclusion

The curtain has finally set on the Lavis Union, and their prominence on the galactic stage has ended. Thank you everyone for joining me on the Lavis Union’s journey into the stars. They didn’t always have a smooth go, particularly there at the end, but...
Lavis Chronicles: Ashes

Lavis Chronicles: Ashes

With all of our technological, scientific, and educational superiority, our empire’s ultimate end came at the hands of vicious military conquest. The Dabbax Reconquerors, having spent so long preparing, studying, and identifying the weaknesses of their galactic...
Lavis Chronicles: Machine Uprising

Lavis Chronicles: Machine Uprising

The Nharr Hemegony, to their credit staying out of the larger conflicts of the galaxy, found themselves crying for our aid in 2430 as their own synthetic creations turned against them. Pulled into an involuntary civil war, the new “Dekron Grid” struck...
Lavis Chronicles: Fanning Flames

Lavis Chronicles: Fanning Flames

Short years after the Oned’Qarak conflict died down, ending with our coalition allowing their federation to remain independent, the balance of power within the galaxy shifted as the Nharr Hegemony, our centuries-long allies, broke free of the mutual aid compacts...
Lavis Chronicles: Universe on Fire

Lavis Chronicles: Universe on Fire

Negotiating with the Grand Alliance had proven to be a strategic and pivotal event in our empire’s history. Full-fledged members of the confederation, we stood beside the Tezhnid, Qirus, and Scyldari against those forces which would enslave the galaxy, including...
Lavis Chronicles: Dreaming No Longer

Lavis Chronicles: Dreaming No Longer

The Dabbax Ascendancy had long been an empire in decline, their planets failing and ships fleeing at the first sign of opposition. As the Lavis Union celebrated the first days of 2360 however, that all changed. Scattered reports had been received detailing highly...