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While not a major focus of any of the world’s anti-Abyssal forces for the greater portion of their existence, it is a bit careless to suggest that active plans were not in development for the world that comes after the Abyssal War – if indeed, a world would still exist after.
For our American counterparts, this was a particularly pertinent query. STEC has in its arsenal great technological wonders that – for purposes of human progress – were only deployed once or twice under dire circumstance. Whether or not there ought to be repeated use – or indeed, permanent deployment – is a recurring and regular question, made more relevant given the modern times we live in today.
Whatever our views may be, it is fair to say that almost all of STEC’s technology remain classified to date. Most remain out of reach of civilian governments – including that of the United States proper. It is the opinion of this editor – a shipgirl herself – that this is the correct course of action.
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Editor’s Note: Should we mention the fact that shipgirls often don’t need to sleep due to, well, us being superhuman and all?
Skip it for this portion – I didn’t pull that many all-nighters, you know! Jer