The Visions of Koto-Ryin, is a collection of short stories that takes place after Return 2 Earth, when the assistant of an Elder, Koto-Ryin receives visions of her Deltorian ancestors from more than a hundred years ago. The five short stories are about the Deltorian Warriors, also known as the Delta Four who must protect Queen Lora and the citizens from Deltor from the ravenous bodiless beings known at the Revkar, the evil aliens called the Skyro, and any other creatures who are against the realm. Koto-Ryin doesn't know who to trust when she begins to receive these visions of her long hidden Deltorian history. She approaches the soon-to-be Oracle Nolan from the planet Xanar. And together the two travel to the past without being seen or heard and witness the events of the battles of these warriors.
The Visions of Koto-Ryin
Trystan put his hands in his jacket pockets and looked over to Dajus, “How many are in there?”
Dajus put her hand back up to the door and with her eyes closed frowned, “I don’t know but he’s giving me a headache.”
Mallobo and Lovo could hear Trystan and Dajus talking into their communicators.
“He?” Lovo asked.
“Or she, or it. I don’t know. Either way there’s something wrong with it.” Dajus backed away from the door.
“We kinda figured there was something wrong when we saw the doctor, Dajus.” Mallobo snapped.
“I’m going kick you in your teeth.” Dajus shouted over the communicator.
“Knock it off. Forget it, maybe there’s a reason why we don’t know what’s in there.” Lovo suggested.
“Sure, there’s a reason, it doesn’t mean that it’s a good one.” Mallobo retorted.
“It’s not good to question the Queen.” Trystan said simply.
“If this is the will of the Queen.” Mallobo said to Trystan’s surprise.
The four stood in silence for a moment.
The Queen sat to have lunch with Elder Senex; he didn’t have much in common with her and all he ever discussed with her was business.
“Your majesty, I want to assure you that in our talks with the founders of the Planetary Alliance that I have the warriors’ best interests at heart.”