Once humans figured out travel between solar systems, it was only a matter of time before they found new and strange life. Realizing that without their own colonies their range would be limited, and eager for their own slice of the pie.
While the heat and harsh sunlight was bothersome and impeded use of thicker armor, it was still firmly in the liveable range for humans. Then came the rumblings in the ground, after that, the sound of shuffling in the trees around them, but they did not see anything, not until it was too late.
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Some humans fled into the forest, but lost and confused they quickly fell victim to ambush hunters hidden in the trees and even more to bloodsucking parasites over the course of just a few days. A few records of that mission fogyás ao3 the main human vessel that had sent them, and, stubborn as they were, they did not give up quickly on colonizing Artemis.
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Bombings hardly made an impact and a myriad of local diseases soon started to afflict any who attempted to estabilish colonies on the ground. They could attempt to nuke it from orbit but why?
Out of spite? The truth was that this planet was truly a bounty of both mineral, organic and water resources, and in the middle of many interstellar societies, life there had come under pressure from dozens of colonization attempts and had evolved to resist it.