In the future the Kliveons are the police, and the government, and to keep you in order they are the terrorists. The prisoner Drop ship they use to make sure things don't change on Earth and planet Sage. What most citizens of the first solar empire is that all the missing teenagers over the past 20 decades have been taken by the klivions; separated from the world they’re forced to train to become the next generation of super humans. The Kliveons will alter their genetic structure to withstand the force of light speed. After passing the final test of locating the power stone that they will use to power project Aliverta, a portal generator that can take a fleet of ships any where in the galaxy, they might find their universe is not as small as it seems.
The set has some unique features of the drop ship. First the wings have two propellers in them that can lift and direct the craft. The wings have slightly down turned angle that allows for more lift, and are moved back to give more room for the slide entrances. Rather than doors the Klivions use a force field technology that they have perfected in armor and weapons to keep anything in or any thing out. The back of the drop ship opens for cargo or prisoners to be loaded; the various tools are located in the crates and over head cupboards near the back and help the guards keep the prisoners in cheek, or repair the air craft. The front of the ship has three seats for additional troops or prisoners; behind the seats are small control panels that act as an interface to the ship. The control board of the ship is mostly automatic with a single human pilot on stand by. The wind screen is tinted green in honor of the Klivion colors.
The prisoners are put into matching space suits and thrown into the wild to survive, depending of the guard they may get a knife or a tool to help them; only the one who can find the stone will be allowed to leave.