solar system

Exploring the Planets

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In the aftermath of “The Pulse”, the fabric of our solar system was reshaped. Across the 8 planets (plus their moons, plus Pluto), atmospheres shifted. Creatures awakened. Pulse-Impacted People took to space and began to explore.

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Mercury is a planet split in half—one side in frozen darkness, the other in blazing light. Mobile villages and outposts crawl the planet’s surface, following the edge of night to stay safe in the Twilight In Between.


A dense jungle planet covered in towering trees the size of multi-story buildings, brightly colored flora, and darker things rummaging through the undergrowth.


Earth’s remaining population battles against strange new storm systems, clinging to the time Before the Pulse (when they were, you know, The Planet), while intelligence spreads to unlikely places.


The Moon is a young, ever-evolving metropolis that invites all kinds to leave their mark. A mishmash of cultures and interests, Lunar citizens reject all uniformity.


A hard scrabble place for hard scrabble people, Mars is a planet of honest work paid out in backroom deals.


Jupiter is the Solar System’s hub for innovation—companies and projects have spread across its moons, exploring all that’s new (and potentially profitable) in this new world.


Saturn is beautiful, and everyone living there knows it. Glamorous and eccentric, Saturn is a planet of great wealth and fame, but also a place of heartache and broken dreams.


Uranus is home to some of the Solar System’s most overwhelming life forms, hidden deep in the ice caves. Luckily, they’re…friendly?


Neptune is not for the faint of heart, in fact, it’s for the absolutely adrenaline addicted. Come ride the fastest winds in the system, or probably don’t come at all.


Among the crystal trees, something is whispering. Folks on Pluto are a little odd—they keep to themselves, and only they seem to know what the whispering means.

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