Aeya

Aeya

A bright and colorful water world with visible dust rings and T’zun outposts.

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Basura’Tanoh

In the native language, the name roughly means “holy root”. It is the original birthplace of the T’zun.

Black Maw

Black Maw

This huge black hole is one of the main reasons why hardly anyone travels to the Pasari-System.

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Contrast

his planet has an interesting reputation. It is said that the sight of the landscape is forever captivating.

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Dao Prime

Seen from the outside, the T’zun homeworld looks golden, but the closer one gets, the more green and white parts can be seen.

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Darkfall

This rocky world with surprisingly large flora and fauna is a mystery to many curious explorers.

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Earth

The homeworld of humans, the youngest species in the four known sectors of the galaxy.

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Eden Alpha

The huge asteroid, also known as “Failure”, was once the mistaken destination of mankind’s first wave of migration.

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Filos

A world full of sand and canyons with weak flora and little fauna.

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Fohg

The darkest planet in the four sectors.

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Gigantua

The name already makes it clear that this planet is unusually large even for a gas giant.

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Grazh

A brown dwarf.

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Gusar

Gusar was the first planet the Krodaa entered after the discovery of space travel.

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Hades

Hades is the innermost world of the Zelot-System.

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Haizo

Haizo is probably the most famous planet of the four sectors since Garbag’s Nest is located on the southern hemisphere, the largest black market of the known galaxy.