The Plunder of the Black Telon
The year is 4367, or 1037 A.E. The original Solar System from which humans reside within was destroyed for reasons unknown. Immediately afterwards the humans found a new galaxy filled with habitable planets to call their own, albeit having to share with other species of aliens and the like. Some welcomed these newcomers, some went to war with them. In the end, the humans adapted with the other species and united the galaxy into a Galactic Federation.
For over a thousand years the Government had undisputed power over the galaxy. There were still wars, there were still crimes, but in the grand scheme of things, it was a millennium of order. However, recently there has been a growing problem within the galaxy, one that's been small at first, but growing over the years: Piracy.
They started as petty thieves out of luck, and slowly evolved to the terror of the starry seas of space. They made the job of Pirates becoming more and more popular in such an air-tight government, and slowly the power of the Government faded away. While the Federation try to claim back the power that was stolen from the Pirates, the Pirates started to get better and better with each passing year. To a degree where they use deserted and desolate planets as "Treasure Planets" to house everything they've stolen. Eventually a ruthless tyrant of a Pirate united the others to his side, eventually forming an empire known as the "Black Star" and becoming the undisputed "Emperor of Pirates." This Pirate Emperor has became the de'facto ruler of the galaxy, taking advantage of the Federation's weakened control, but not all control, not completely. As long as the Federation exists, so does their order, no matter how small it may be. In order to take full control over the galaxy, this emperor must erase his adversary before it gains anymore of its strength back. Now he has the weapon to do just that, and is ready to destroy the order of the Galaxy, ending this war between pirates and government once and for all.
...At least, he would be ready, had everything gone according to plan. However, as he will soon find out, there's no such thing as a flawless plan. A group of pirates
outside of the Black Star has somehow breached through one of the Emperor's heavily-secured personal treasure planets. Among other things, this pirate crew stole the Enigma Sphere, a Key component to the Emperor's weapon, the Infinity Cannon. How they managed to break through the security on the planet, and escape with such a device is unclear, especially since they knew nothing about it, other then being the Emperor's. It's questionable if they even knew that.
Whether they know of it or not, they've inflicted the curiosity of other pirates, and the Emperor's Wrath. Now if they are not chased by Pirates looking to steal what they have, or the Federation looking to take it from their cold dead hands, then they are chased by the Emperor of Pirates, blinded by anger.
Will they survive?
On The planet Noda, a land of life, filled with seas and small port villages, a planet that stands on the edge of this galaxy and another close to it; on the seas was a gigantic ship soaking in the blue sky and sunlight. The ship was huge and wooden with the classic design of a ship back in the 1500's. On the deck was a man who, by the coat and the hat, is typically the Captain, sitting on a chair and soaking up the sunlight.
"....So somebody had the balls to actually steal from the great emperor of pirates. ...Heh, either they're very brave, or a bunch of scurvy morons. ...These Scurvy dogs got me interested in their booty." The man said.
"Captain, what do you suppose we do?" One of the Pirates asked the man, wearing, oddly enough a tux letting his short black hair blow with the wind. The man, shrugged.
"A falcon watches it prey closely before going for the kill. Until then, We find another damn planet to plunder." The man, now revealed as Arron Falcon, said. He grabbed his chair and walked inside the others following him.
"It's as dark a tale as was ever told of the lust, for treasure and the love of gold." He sang to himself as he walked inside.