Star: G-Class (whitish-yellow, no vegetation.)
- Havilahn Asteroid Fields: Likely created when the first planet in the star system was destroyed due to a comet crash, the evidence of minerals foreign to the Shalel Sayar system seems to support destruction by an outside source.
- Ramla: One of the largest planets of the Brotherhood systems ironically also has a very thin mantle, surrounding a core made of liquid gases. Due to the non-metallic nature of the core, the planet not only doesn’t have a magnetosphere, it also cannot rely on geothermal power (like many other Brotherhood planets do, thanks to its efficiency). Because of this, the Brotherhood saw fit to make Ramla one of the few planets actually covered in its entirety by gold-plated solar-panels approximately 2miles above the surface. The result is a diffusely illuminated, golden-black expanse of sand ranging in (original) colors from black through brown to red, orange, yellow and white. The alien landscape means that Ramla remains low in terms of population, but the profits created by interstellar trade (Shalel Sayar sits close to the center of the galaxy on the main trade route that bisects the galaxy from one Stygian Gate to the other) makes it the single wealthiest planet (per capita) of all the Brotherhood systems. Food is imported; liquid water is also imported, though the majority of the planet’s water supply is condensed from gases in nearby systems and recycled from waste, etc. Ramla is not terribly rich in many mineral resources though, due its thin crust.
- Loredana: A smaller, mineral rich moon in orbit around Ramla, Loredana is presumed to be the formerly metallic core and much of the crust from Ramla. The processes by which Ramla became inverse however is a subject many Brotherhood scientists would like to figure out. In the meantime however, their main concern is not how Loredana came to be, but how to strip-mine everything out of it without inadvertently causing the orbital acceleration of Ramla. Various gold-domed, less impacting mining operations exist on the moon’s surface, responsible not only for retrieving the ore from the planet, but also for refining it.
- Sheker: A gas-giant of blue-green color, orbital mining platforms harvest the gasses from the planet, separate them into their component parts and then return the gases that are not needed to the planet in a semi-continuous cycle. The gasses that are not needed are very few however, and rumors abound that eventually they’ll mine everything out of Sheker and destroy the planet. The Brotherhood has little problem with this, suspecting a rare-mineral core held in liquid-stasis by the pressures.
- Nájera: A gas-giant of reddish-brown coloring, under the same mining processes as Sheker, however with more gas being returned to the planet. Nájera is not under worry of being over-harvested.