At 22,000 feet above the Yataka Desert (during the usual summer rainstorm) a Pogomo (a round fluffy orange chicken like creature) entered the Bluebells right engine.
The Bluebell resembled a zeppelin like aircraft with a khaki and sky blue colour scheme. It had so many engines, crew cabins and cargo containers hanging beneath its tarpaulin covered balloon that it was a wonder it could even float.
As it transpired the engine that the Pogomo bird had just so recently obliterated was responsible for a good 30% of the airships buoyancy, the engine on the other side was responsible for another 30.
After a series of rather inconvenient events most of the vehicles still working equipment failed and most of its best hydrogen escaped the balloon. Most of its crew were still asleep. What followed was an extremely fast decent…
6248 years earlier – Bournemouth – the United Kingdom: Sev