In a Sea of Stars
Since this page is empty and titled “Star Systems,” I (Nolan) assume that this is supposed to be a repository of the planets we have visited and/or know of. So I’ll get this started too. I’ve built each system randomly, just so each world we visit doesn’t seem so isolated.
CENTRAL BODY: Class G star
ORBITING BODIES: 3 planets
- Evverus 1: Class I Planet in close orbit. Atmosphere is mostly hydrogen, helium, and neon. 2 satellites. No native life.
- Evverus 2: Class M Planet in moderate orbit. 4 satellites. Atmosphere comfortably within habitable standards. Usually referred to as Evverus. Covered in dense forests; heavily populated by elves, tribe-level culture. WARNING: Illegal activities prominent in area. Traveler caution advised.
- Evverus 3: Class D Planet in far orbit. No atmosphere present. Small mining presence for iron and titanium.
CENTRAL BODY: Class F star
ORBITING BODIES: 6 planets
- Korlos: Class Y Planetoid in very close orbit. Atmosphere believed to be composed of mostly neon and argon. No indigenous life observed. WARNING: Constantly active volcanoes on planet’s surface, combined with raging winds and immense atmospheric pressure, make the planetoid’s surface unreachable. Travelers are discouraged from attempting to land.
- Taklatana: Class H Planet in close orbit. 2 satellites. Atmosphere barely within acceptable parameters for supporting most life. Most fauna is small and reptilian; only evidence of sentient life are ruins of a past (possibly human) civilization. WARNING: Organized crime rumored to be operating in the area. Traveler caution advised.
- Strimdt: Class M Planet in moderate orbit. Atmosphere within acceptable parameters for supporting most life. 3 satellites. Indigenous population consists of mostly Orc, spacefaring-level culture. WARNING: Illegal activities and organized crime prominent in area. Traveler caution advised.
- Vlagstolf: Class P (formerly Class T) in moderate orbit. Original atmosphere stripped away in unidentified astronomical event. Single shielded city of same name. 7 satellites. WARNING: Illegal activities and organized crime prominent in area. Traveler caution advised.
- Galoskil: Class J Planet. Atmosphere of ammonia and methane. Core covered with liquid ammonia. Substantial rings surround the planet: particulates made mostly of iron, nickel, and copper. 11 satellites. Bacterial life confirmed.
- Klonaskarta: Class D Dwarf Planet in far orbit. Little to no atmosphere. Only presence is abandoned mining facilities that discovered the planet had few materials worth the credits to mine.
CENTRAL BODY: Class G star
ORBITING BODIES: 4 planets
(this is the Crayn system)
- Bahai: Class J Planet in close orbit. Atmosphere of hydrogen, helium, nitrogen, and ammonia. Locked in epicyclical orbit with Ronde. Pinkish hue of atmosphere led to the nickname “The Ballerina.”
- Ronde: Class I Planet in close orbit. Atmosphere of hydrogen, nitrogen, ammonia, and neon. Locked in epicyclical orbit with Bahai. Blueish hue of highly turbulent atmosphere led to the nickname “The Dancer.”
- Nirn: Small Class M Planet in close-moderate orbit. 1 satellite. Atmosphere comfortably within habitable standards. Heavily forested and inhabited by elves, halflings, and many varieties of fae. Hyper-advanced tribal culture, though aware of alien life. WARNING: Current treaties declare Nirn off-limits to off-worlders except with express consent.
- Crayn: Large Class M Planet in moderate orbit. 5 satellites. Atmosphere comfortably within habitable standards. Landscape varies (revitalized after war). Originally inhabited by humans, elves, dwarves, goblins, and orcs. Post-industrial/spacefaring culture. Crayn is a hub for much interstellar trade in the fringe systems.
SYSTEM: Nepture (COMING SOON TO A FORUM NEAR YOU!)
CENTRAL BODY: Class A star
ORBITING BODIES: 2 planets
- Poseid: Small Class N planet in close orbit. Uninhabitable by most species. 1 satellite. Little vegetation, but evidence has been found of an indigenous bipedal species. No contact has been made.
- Trident: Class J Planet in moderate-far orbit. Atmosphere of mostly ammonia, nitrogen, and neon. Uninhabitable for most species. No known indigenous life. 16 Satellites.
NOTE: 1 satellite of Trident, Atlantis, has been classified as a Class O planetoid. Home to hanar and mer-people. Alien contact has prompted the construction of underwater cities. Now a popular tourist resort.
Planet classes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Class_M_planet
Star classes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stellar_classification#Spectral_types