The first episode introduces us to our two main characters and their journey through the galaxy, and hints at mysteries yet to come. SuRei seeks to prove she is ready for responsibilities and independence by fixing the ship while FeiMa sleeps, however, her efforts stir the ancient creature. SuRei has spent her entire life on the ship and dreams of a wider universe, but FeiMa is intent on keeping her close by for as long as possible. Because while the galaxy may be a dangerous place, it may be that the real danger lies much closer to home.
Encounter | Episode Two
SuRei and FeiMa encounter a derelict space station. SuRei is thrilled that they might finally meet other humans, but FeiMa is pessimistic and this is not the first time they’ve discussed the matter. As FeiMa investigates, SuRei comes into contact with a young boy apparently alive on the station, and even though unable to understand each other’s language they begin to communicate. However, just as they are getting to learn about each other the station is mysteriously destroyed and SuRei begins to suspect that they might not be as alone as she thought.
Ringworld | Episode Three
SuRei discovers a secret hidden deep in their data systems, but as she is close to cracking it the ship is pulled into a hidden star system dominated by a vast ‘Ringworld’. Unable to leave they begin to explore the many derelict ships. Messages bombard them. Warning messages. SuRei sifts through the histories of long dead people - awed at the sheer amount of life, while FeiMa seeks a way to escape the system. A new message comes from the surface… something has been waiting for them. The ship is attacked from an unknown location and FeiMa points the ship to the Ringworld - a crash landing. Reluctantly FeiMa puts SuRei in an escape pod, against the girl’s protestations, and sends her to the surface.
Arrival | Episode Four
SuRei’s pod crashes onto the Ringworld. She exits to discover a time-locked war-scene - giant robots frozen in combat, missiles and bullets caught in mid air. A strange man, apparently a soldier, finds her. SuRei is once again happy to meet another human, but the soldier is confused - shell shocked- as if unsure if the battle is still raging. He takes her back to his shack where SuRei attempting to befriend him, but her presence appears to begin activating long dormant machines and he quickly offers to take her to someone who can aid her return home. They travel through the strange war-scape before arriving at a citadel - it’s tower frozen in time, under siege from war machines. As they enter they are met by a mute boy who appears identical to the one she met on the ship and SuRei is taken within.
Queen | Episode Five
SuRei is introduced to Reini, the somewhat erratic, self styled ‘Queen’ of the Ringworld. Reini treats her like a long lost relative, introducing SuRei to her ‘Librarian’ and her servant ‘Boy’. SuRei discovers that there was a great war and in order to protect itself the world AI used its vast energies to ‘freeze’ time - including it’s people, who are now effetively immortal. SuRei wants their help to find FeiMa, and upon explaining what FeiMa is Reini becomes angry - ‘machines’ are ‘illegal’. However at that moment SuRei’s presence reactivates machinery around her. Raini is terrified, believing her presence might restart the war and end her immortality. She goes after the girl, but the Soldier stops her… he wants the war to start again… for this to end. As the two fight SuRei and the Boy escape.
Survival | Episode Six
SuRei and the Boy see FeiMa‘s crashed ship and escape towards it, yet as they do SuRei’s presences awakens a war machine, which prepares to destroy them. Suddenly SuRei transforms - her body splitting, wings emerging from her back. Great energies erupt from weaponry inside her and the machine is obliterated. She grabs the boy and flies. After rising high they descend back at the ship. They enter and find a badly damaged FeiMa. An upset SuRei demands answers - what is she? FeiMa explains that SuRei was made as a weapon - to aid their people in harvesting worlds of resources. SuRei, and others before her, are the means to rid these worlds of threats. SuRei rejects this. Now she has found human life she will protect it - she will forge her own destiny.