Star: G-class (hot, white-yellow) (Plants are verdant green and lush, teeming with wild life, and close in appearance to the mythological seed planet of Legend.)


  • Belisama: While being slightly closer to the sun than Sulis, Belisama actually sits at the “sweet spot” in terms of distance from the star. It features no moons, an almost equal land-to-water ratio, and very few mountains. The tectonic plates of Belisama move slower than other planets, causing a fair share of concern at the higher levels of governance. (Jo Lauma patricians are masters of agriculture and ecology, but even such masteries cannot stop the progression of geologic time.) The population of Belisama, for that reason, is kept lower than average, featuring a greater share of higher status members of Jo Lauma. Belisama produces tea for Jo Lauma and its trading partners.
  • Sulis: A strange little planet, about half the size of Grannus and Belisama (both are comparably sized), with no surface water, but a band of underground water sandwiched between rock layers. Several different projects are underway to return the reservoir to the surface (and reinstate the water cycle on the planet). As such, the population of Sulis tends to be lower than average. The planet is not desert, as many of the natural flora have developed long, singular tap-roots that pierce into the reservoir. Finding an already delicate ecology, Jo Lauma leaves much of the planet as is, replacing the farm lands with hunting/gathering zones. The primary export is the medicines that are produced from almost every plant that grows on the planet.
  • Grannus: Unlike the planets elsewhere in the Ghost Wind Galaxy, Grannus sports a greater ocean-to-landmass ratio. The abundance of oceans leads to a well developed water cycle that produces frequent rains and fresh water systems. With that fact in consideration, Grannus’s land mass has been divided into terraced gardens with the purpose being to grow rice. The shores and oceans of Grannus are still likewise harvested, providing crops of seaweed, algae (as fertilizer) and fish. Grannus has three moons that rise in the same sequence every night. (The three moons are proportionally large, compared to the planet, and the gravitational forces from them keep the core of the planet molten.)
  • Airitech: A gas-giant “comet catcher” with three, planet-sized moons situated at the edge of the solar systems. Airitech is a russet/gray color mix. All the moons are barren of life, and mineral surveys were not conducted by the Brotherhood before Jo Lauma was granted dominion, thus very little is known about the compositions of Airitech and its moons.

Star Systems


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