A floating landscape filled with alien flora and adventurous locations. Revolving around triplet suns and hosting its own system of four moons, Bonarius hosts a truly exceptional borealis from the solar wind -- as a vibrant crimson streak is even visible during the daytime.
The spider-like rock-structures of White Nirox litter the entire surface of the planet. Reaching miles high in some places, the mineral labyrinth provides comfort for those wishing to not be easily found -- as there are some places completely impossible to truly traverse.
The crystal planet of Calox 35 is made of pure crystalized Promethium, yet strangely, it is non-radioactive. Still, the gorgeous pillars are highly volatile -- as just the right spark can cause these pristine columns to combust in an outrageous explosion.
The surface of Bothi is fragmented, yet gorgeous in its appearance. The fauna of this world is bioluminescent, changing from a dim wheat color to a radiant and illustrious teal -- matching the glow of the magma leaking from the cracks beneath its surface.
A bizarre and strange world hosting creatures not found on other planets or even most other universes. Despite this, Xygill is large enough to explore for days on end without running into one of these weird beings -- assuming you survive its bevy of unusual weather.
This fungal planet hosts a symbiotic relationship with its host as opposed to being parasitic. The fungus draws on the natural resources of the planet while it, in return, provides all the nutrients needed for life to be maintained. In other words, all life eats the fungus, here.