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Incoming Transmission Edit

Greetings, Junction. We have received your transmission (Sorry about the timing, we were arresting some Asgord for crimes against the universe j/k) and we would be glad to ally with you, may our alliance prosper!

-URC Senate

Transmission from the Tahar Imperium Edit

Well, we know a faction of Grox, called the KGGC, but due to a DCP Attack they're in seclusion, so they're incontactable unless you somehow have Ekrixx's private communicator number, which nobody has. They will leave seclusion in 1 and a half years. Ok, goodbye, Junction.

- Emperor Horkarew of the Tahar Empire

IteokPic Irskaad - Talk to me - Respect the Kraw and their Galaxy! - Date and Time: 08:10, April 9, 2011 (UTC)

Transmission from the KGGC Edit

Ok, do what you must do. We will give you whatever info you need. I hope you shall not betray us.

- President Ekrixx of the KGGC

IteokPic Irskaad - Talk to me - Respect the Kraw and their Galaxy! - Date and Time: 23:24, April 9, 2011 (UTC)

Thank you.

- President Ekrixx

IteokPic Irskaad - Talk to me - Respect the Kraw and their Galaxy! - Date and Time: 23:35, April 9, 2011 (UTC)

Sure, we'll give you data about the True Grox. They live mostly in the Milky way, though you can find them in other Galaxies. Around Galactic Cores, you see. Also, thanks for the Scanner Synth.

- President Ekrixx

IteokPic Irskaad - Talk to me - Respect the Kraw and their Galaxy! - Date and Time: 21:08, April 10, 2011 (UTC)

Hello again from the KGGC. You have served us so much, we want to ask for an alliance. Will you accept?

- President Ekrixx of the KGGC

IteokPic Irskaad - Talk to me - Respect the Kraw and their Galaxy! - Date and Time: 18:53, April 11, 2011 (UTC)

Thank you for the Alliance. Also, sorry for the Outdated data, it comes from 386 KRE, 16 Years ago. Try asking the BNSC or as an alternative, the Defensive Systems Bloc for more data.

- Preisdent Ekrixx

IteokPic Irskaad - Talk to me - Respect the Kraw and their Galaxy! - Date and Time: 19:17, April 11, 2011 (UTC)

Incoming Transmission Edit

We will remain hidden until the time suits us. However, alliance request accepted.

Unknown Source

Incoming Transmission from the Taldar Edit

Greetings powerful Junction, we are proud of how your nation has done. We've probably proved our time control works by the fact that you've recieved this reply to a message you sent literally a nanosecond ago. As for how it works, we ourselves can't explain to 3D mortals, not because we refuse, but because we aren't able to explain without causing confusion. However, several 'Taldarologists' -mortals who study our kind- have worked out the majority of this information. You can view it in this page they've created. Furthermore, it involves an energy, Chronoscopic energy. We know that you're currently thinking about how you can harness this energy for yourselves. We regret to inform you that you can't gain control like our kind can. If you wish to gain power, we suggest you contact the DCP, the leaders of the Taldarology program. We see your futures, most are bright, bt we can't tell you them, as this is morally wrong.--TaldarPic Technobliterator TC 18:04, April 18, 2011 (UTC)

Incoming Transmission Edit

Greetings Junction. I am Tyrómairon, ruler of the Galactic Empire of Cyrannus. I assume you are processing our power as we speak, as we are processing yours. We could learn much from each other and I am willing to enter diplomatic relations with the Mind, it would be in our best mutual interests. After all, order is what this chaotic universe needs.

- Imperial Channel

This fiction doesn't feel originalEdit

I'm going to start off by saying that it feels too random for it to take a major role in the fiction, mostly because most of it is taken from the combine from half life 2, save for a few characters in the fiction, but nowhere near 'inspired', but feeling more 'stolen', I'm actually surprised it was welcomed into the story.

And the designs of most of the creatures felt stolen as well, with the same concept, design, and description, having slightly little creativity.

Yeah. That's kinda the point of an expy. MiniKoluapOld OluapPlayer 20:15, July 2, 2015 (UTC)


But I thought an expy is greatly discouraged in the fiction universe, and it also makes it boring and uninteresting, and since the fiction is said to span across several dimensions, there's little space for new users.
Sorry for butting in, but no, they aren't. External Don't follow the lights...  

Collaborative Fiction Request Edit

Greetings. I would like permission to include The Junction in the the history of a future character, a Nihilanth-inspired creature whose entire species was wiped out by The Junction when his homeworld was destroyed by the empire. He would currently reside in the Borealis Galaxy (Arm not determined, most likely to be Arm of Memories or Extragalactic) with his presence unkown, and would have a deep hatred for The Junction despite not having the ability to attack or contact others normally.

User:The Kaernk 10:15, July 19th, 2015 (UTC)

I would prefer if you didn't make mention of them. I would also advise you to not just keep making races in my galaxy without consulting me first. MiniKoluapOld OluapPlayer 00:48, July 20, 2015 (UTC)

I apologize for creating species without your permission. I assure that the Xilics will be the last species from me as of now. I do request permission to create a new captain in the galaxy. His story will make no references to The Junction or any other empires, and will be independent from the Borealis Galaxy timeline. He will not be powerful, and would be alone and isolated and possibly extragalactic, if allowed. A species page for him would not be created, since he is the only known member of it and despite being telepathic, is physically weak and posesses no army or force to fight. Permission or not, I will not create any additional species or empires unless given proper consent.

User:The Kaernk 02:00, July 20th, 2015 (UTC)

You can make your character. Just don't make mention of the Junction. MiniKoluapOld OluapPlayer 04:40, July 20, 2015 (UTC)
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