OOC: https://www.iwakuroleplay.com/threads/the-ambassadorial-ball.60941/ A galaxy is a large place. A large place, inhabited by a great many sentient beings, many of whom trade with each other, or wage great wars. Alliances are created and wither all the time, friends and enemies being made, old empires crumble, new races arise. And for a galaxy not to be a complete mess, different sentient races send out emissaries, diplomats or other people, to talk to other races, to find others with the same interests. Occasionally, such people even have meetings or balls, where unexpected allies or friends can be found. And now, the Nae'Thran have decided to make such an even to dwarf all others. They have made a great space station just for this purpose, and sent out invitations to a great many races all around the galaxy. And as word of it spread, more races requested a invitation for their own envoys. Several hundred races are on their way to this meeting, for diplomatic discussions with others. And now, the time has come for the station to opens it's hangars for it's guests! Grand Ambassador Tho'Nakr'Haras Nae'Hoon was hovering in the main control deck of the station, using the consoles around him to watch as the many great ships joined them in orbit. He watched as their shuttles entered their hangars and landed. He watched as they were given the proper welcomes from his underlings, and that the crystal ear-pieces for those who couldn't receive their psychic signals would be able to hear them. As they were offered help with their luggage and shown to their quarters. So many different lifeforms, so many different kinds of creatures. So many coming together, without killing each other. It was truly greater than he could ever have hope for! He disconnected his psychic link to the console and started floating towards the main hall. He had to personally make sure everything was perfect there before he allowed them to open the doors to the guests. For such an event, any fault was unacceptable. It was but a short time until the doors opened, and he had to be down there to truly welcome the guests as they came there as well.