>implying the discovery of Ludicrous Speed wasn't effective
(Hey, man. Free body heat. One less biological function to keep track of. We don't have an autonomous nervous system to keep track of this shit, so whatever lessens the burden on our central mind...)
After several minutes' lively discussion, we finally bring forward a sign of good faith: the coordinates of three medium-sized Dyles-controlled worlds in UED space. Tassadar, of course, regards this as a complex set-up, an ambush. Khas appears reticent to trust us with a weeks-long journey involving a sizable portion of his fleet.
Artanis, however, argues in our favor. "Primarch, I may be inexperienced, but if an ally comes to our aid and then provides us, for free, the location of our enemies' homes, we would be fools to spit in their faces and distrust them. Heirarch Tassadar is might indeed, and his suspicion is justly shared by every living Protoss, but we cannot let resentment cloud our judgment!"
Tassadar, in turn, delivers a short speech on the untrustworthiness of the Swarm. He mentions the slaughter of billions of Protoss right here, during the Battle of Aiur. He makes reference to the proud sacrifice of Feneschal for the good of the Empire. He reminds the Protoss of the loss of the Dark Ones, on the eve of their return to the whole. Even while we are guided by the crystals of our forebears, he intones, we much be mindful to become nothing so small as they became, or so easily deceived. Allying with the Zerg, he argues, is what destroyed the Xel'Naga. He suggests that we not make their same mistake.
(The Conclave is split. Roll 2d100 to see how votes go)