According to Big Time, space and time encompass vast, yet-to-be-explored domains, many of which are inhabited by unique and, in some instances, hazardous entities. While the expansive nature of the universe often reduces the likelihood of encountering these entities, interventions in the temporal continuum can precipitate unforeseen repercussions.
Recent temporal anomalies have been observed at Time’s End, manifesting as disruptions in the spacetime continuum. These anomalies grant passage to entities that would otherwise have remained confined. A prime example of this is the insectoid species termed “The Blight.” Their inception remains enigmatic, but the advanced extraterrestrial technology implicated in their genesis surpasses human engineering capabilities. The presence of the Blight at Time’s End serves as an enduring testament to the intricate balance of the universe and the potential risks of altering it.
It would be an oversimplification to perceive these insectoids merely as instinct-driven predators. Their behaviors demonstrate significant cognitive capacities, particularly evident in their coordinated, hive-mind strategies. Communication among the Blight is facilitated through distinct auditory signals and a rudimentary form of telepathic interaction, resulting in rapid response and adaptation during confrontations. The prevailing hypothesis suggests the Blight might be bioengineered organisms, cultivated through advanced scientific procedures. This gives rise to imperative inquiries: What was the primary motive behind the genesis of such a formidable entity? Moreover, which civilization or entity possesses the technological prowess to engender a sentient artificial being? Historical records indicate only one known species with such capabilities.