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    178 KB Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)13:24 No.4942706  
    Let's have a Tiji Sector thread. Make a few planets, fluff them out and add them to the sector.
    Old threads:
    Also some of the planets from the last thread may need to be added in. This map is slightly out of date.
    And to get the ball rolling, here's a planet.
    Pleasure World
    Small star
    Slight Adeptus Astra Telepethaca
    Token Adeptus Astronomica
    Notable Adeptus Mechanicus
    7 000 km
    Extreme tilt
    9 hour days
    336 day years
    6 satelites
    Very light gravity
    Normal atmosphere
    Average hydrosphere
    Tepid temperature
    5 terrains
    Mountains, Caves, Islands, Dorman volcanoes, Continual forest
    10 hundred million population
    Religious local
    Small poor quality Enforcers
    TIny medium quality standing army
    Massive medium/high quality Private army/armies
    Medium, medium quality, mercenaries.

    Pleasure world, 7,000 km, 6 satellites, extreme tilt, huge population, local religion... This planet must be stuffed to the brim with Slaanesh cults.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)13:33 No.4942757
    but that planet generator is an absolutely useless system which makes no sense, as it's all random, with nothing interconnecting it, and as a result they fail, miserably

    I would design one better, but I dont have the inclination
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)13:40 No.4942801
    A better one HAS been designed. But good sir, I believe you have missed the point. You could design the greatest planet generator known to man and we'd still use this one because it is BECAUSE it is stupid, random and utterly insane that makes fluffing up reasons how the world could exist and human life could survive on it all the more fun.

    So it is it's failure that makes it succeed for this little project. Although it do appears it has died a bit.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)13:57 No.4942893
    I'm afraid I'd disagree - great design comes from good, clean mechanics, so those which do fall off the bell curve become all the more interesting, instead of the norm.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)14:10 No.4942975
    Ah but a good, normal planetary system with only a few places of interest isn't what we're looking for. We're looking for a crazy and horribly dangerous system both funny and grimdark, because it's Dark Heresy. A majority of normal and reasonable planets would not fit with the theme as well as a a planetary system filled with planets that it might be preferable to commit suicide before visiting. I mean we've a habited planet that goes around so fast, it's landmarks falls off it and then smashes right back into it later on as part of a cycle.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)14:23 No.4943044
    >a habited planet that goes around so fast, it's landmarks falls off it and then smashes right back into it later on as part of a cycle.

    while I laughed at the idea, the physicist in me had a small fit at the thought.

    but really, what I'm saying is that it feels too disjointed - there's no flow to the design - the design doc itself is laid out rather strangely to me, as personally, I'd be working from the largest detail down to smaller iteratively, where that one jumps around randomly.

    it also uses randomisers, where I'd have looked at bell curving probabilities for some parts.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)14:30 No.4943074
    You've a point on the layout. It is a bit weird. But I quite like the madness it's caused in it's randomness. We've created some weird world, including a world that we're not sure if it is a world. Seems like something between a world and a sun.

    Alas it appears the project is quite dead. Still I've some time to kill so I might bump it with a few more mad worlds in the hope it'll live.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)14:33 No.4943091
    I'll stick some comments later, in half an hour - my bacon is about to turn to carbon if I dont stop typing now...
    >> ??? nationquestfag 06/20/09(Sat)14:41 No.4943150
    is this like nation quest?
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)14:47 No.4943199
    No. No it is not. We don't take control of any the world. We make 'em, we fluff 'em out and then we add them to the sector and move on. Eventually we're going to make a 1d4chan article with them all in. I think. I'm not sure at the moment as I seem to be the only one who remembers it, and it was only a week ago.
    >> ??? nationquestfag 06/20/09(Sat)14:49 No.4943214

    but do we have wars and fight for planets

    (i never played any TGs lol i wana though)
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)15:02 No.4943299
    Wereu IV
    Quarantined Forbidden World
    Advanced Tech Level
    Medium Sized Star
    Arbites: +++All Records Expunged From Library+++
    Astra Telepathica: +++All Records Expunged From Library+++
    Astronomica: +++All Records Expunged From Library+++
    Mechanicus: +++All Records Expunged From Library+++
    Administratum: +++All Records Expunged From Library+++
    Ministorum: +++All Records Expunged From Library+++
    Inquisition: +++All Records Expunged From Library+++
    Small Planet (17,000 km)
    Severe Axial Tilt (36-45 degrees)
    Length of Day: 9 hours
    Length of Year: 432 Terran Days
    1 Satellite
    Very Light Gravity
    Tainted Atmosphere
    Aquatic Hydrosphere
    Cold Temperature (-200 to -101 average)
    Tempurature Variance: +/- 60 degrees
    Terrain: Broken Rock, Flat Rock, Hills, Islands
    100 Million People
    Religious (Machine God)
    Defences: +++All Records Expunged From Library+++

    I think I've found one of the Mechanicus' R&D worlds, and it sounds like something went horribly wrong to merit the quarantine. Oh, and the whole planet is a ball of ice except for a few pieces of rock jutting out of the "sea."
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)15:02 No.4943308
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)15:08 No.4943359
    Reminds me of that planet in Serenity, minus the climate.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)15:21 No.4943464
    Not really... not here on /tg/ at least. Could if you used it to play a game of Dark Heresy, I suppose.
    9 hour days must have made them think "Fuck the world." Tainted atmosphere probably due to the extensive tech use. My, my wonder what the priests kept there.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)15:44 No.4943620
    Unpredictibla VI
    Xenos World
    Tech Level: Advanced Space
    Medium star
    Tiny Planet: 6,000 KM
    Moderate Axial Tilt (20 degree)
    Length of Day: 7 Hours
    Length of Year 570 terran days
    6 Satellites
    Standard Gravity
    Normal Terran Atmosphere
    Waterless Hydrosphere
    Roasting temperature (151-300)
    Terrain: Swamp, Plateaus.
    Population 63. 63. Not 63 thousand, 63 million... population sixty-three.

    Hrm 63 xenos on a tiny ball of superheated rock. Descendants of a ship that crashed into the swamp and sunk, who’ve managed to recover to advanced space, but lost warp tech and are looking for the way out of this miserably, tiny hell-hole?
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)15:50 No.4943680
    I... uh... those Xenos are in a mad place. What's causing the swamp?

    Man we need to think of an awesome liquid for the swamp. I suggest oil. Light a match? Hope you enjoy BURNING TO DEATH.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)15:58 No.4943737
    my thought exactly. waterless swamp.
    possibly ultra-dry dust quicksand swamps that cover the surface, and which suck those unfortunate enough to get caught in them under and bake you to death in the 3 or so hours between sunrise and sunset.... swamps that offer no place to shelter, only leaving the raised plateaus that lift above the swamps, that offer the choice of safety from the quicksands, or no shelter or shade from the roasting sun.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)15:59 No.4943743
    that, or swamps of molten lead.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)16:03 No.4943770
    Very nice. I like it. Also means we can expect to see a decline in the already small Xenos population. Don't even know if there'd be any native life on a hellhole like that.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)16:07 No.4943795
    I imagine there's a crashed.... *something* in a 50, maybe 500 kilometer long scar over and through plataeus and through those swamps, with the stripped husk of the ship dismantled and used to build the sub-warp vessels, and some sort of colony towards or maybe even at the pole, where the temperature is slightly less lethal, and the 3 and a half hours of light and dark is less mind-frying.

    the question is, what sort of xenos?
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)16:14 No.4943834
    Well we could either use an existing one, Orkz, Eldar or something or we could make a new one. If we make a new one them being heat resistant might be a good option.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)16:20 No.4943868
    Hive World
    Low Imperial Tech Level
    Small Sized Star
    Arbites: Moderate Presence
    Astra Telepathica: Major Presence
    Astronomica: Slight Presence
    Mechanicus: Slight Presence
    Administratum: Dominating Presence
    Ministorum: Slight Presence
    Inquisition: Slight Presence
    Miniscule Planet (8,000 km)
    Moderate Axial Tilt (16-25 degrees)
    Length of Day: 12 hours
    Length of Year: 270 Terran Days
    No Satellites
    Heavy Gravity (1.3-1.5 times Terra's)
    Normal Atmosphere
    Moist Hydrosphere
    Hot Temperature (+101 to +150 average)
    Tempurature Variance: +/- 20 degrees
    Terrain: Ravines, Barren, Caves, Active Volcanos
    18 Billion People
    Tyrannical Dictator
    Large amount of Medium quality Enforcers
    Massive amount of Medium quality Militias
    Medium amount of Medium-High quality Standing Armies
    Medium amount of Medium-High quality Armored Forces
    Tiny amount of Poor-Medium quality Titans
    Large amount of Poor-Medium quality Private Armies
    Large amount of Medium-High quality Naval Forces
    Huge amount of Medium-High quality Planet Missiles
    Massive amount of Medium quality Mercenary Forces

    You thought your job sucked. Imagine working in the beuacratic hell hole that is Odabar. The planet is pocketed with caves and ravines, active volcanos, and the average tempurature barley gets below boiling in the winter. This death trap is cramed full of 18 billion administrators and telepaths to deliver the reports far across the imperium. All of this work is done under the tyranical dictator who has legions of enforcers, armies and a huge numbers of missiles pointed at all the hives. However, prominant beurocracts have ammased massive mercenary forces and private armies to fight for them. Lesser administrators have organized themselves into militias to better their odds of survival in the dangerous halls of the planet.

    Welcome acolytes, to Battlefield Administratum.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)16:21 No.4943872
    Class - Forge World
    Tech - High Imperial
    Star Size - Medium
    Adeptus Arbites - None
    Adeptus Astra Telepathica - None
    Adeptus Astronimica - None
    Adeptus Mechanicus - Dominating
    Administratum - Moderate
    Adeptus Ministorum - Token
    Inquisition - None
    Planet Size - Average (57,000 km)
    Axil Tilt - Severe (39 Degrees) +60/-60 Degrees
    Day Length - 29 hours
    Year Length - 98 days
    Satellites - 10
    Gravity - Very Heavy
    Atmosphere - Normal
    Hydrosphere - Waterless
    Temperature - Bitter
    Terrain - Grassland and Active Volcano
    Population - 12 billion
    Government - Hereditary Dictator
    Enforcers - Large (Medium Quality)
    Militia - None
    Standing Army - None
    Armoured Force - Huge (Medium/High Quality)
    Titan Force - Huge (Medium Quality)
    Private Armies - None
    Naval Force - Medium (Medium/High Quality)
    Orbital Stations - None
    Missle Silos (Planet) - Medium (High Quality)
    Missle Silos (Orbital) - Massive (Medium Quality)
    Defense Lasers - Huge (Medium/High Quality)
    Mercenary Force - Tiny (Poor Quality)

    (Fluff coming next)
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)16:28 No.4943917
    Fuck. And I thought working in my office on a hot summer day was bad.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)16:30 No.4943927

    The Reservation of United Security of Select Republics (USSR for short), only exists above the active volcanos. Floating navy surfs across the waves of grasslands that is harvested for food and processed for a sludge of liquid that substitutes for water. This liquid also doubles as oiling the titans, so some people wonder at the healthiness of consuming the liquid. The grasses are incredibly sharp, and can pierce armored hulls with scary ease. Men who fall overboard, or uncautious harvesters, who live describe the experience as being sliced by papercuts.

    The many defense lasers are used to carve intricate sculptures in the super dense obsidian of the planet. The active volcanos and freezing climate make for super storms, so all habitable places pump magma into a dome shield (which freezes into super hard obsidian). Orbital lasers carve holes in the domes when ships need to dock or leave, but they are quickly sealed when the magma pumps are started again.

    Mercenaries are groups of hardened people who venture out of the safety of the domed, floating isles to try and harvest some of the obsidian outside. The years of dry cold and compaction has given the obsidian odd qualities. Using other obsidian shards, they are chipped to make armor or jewelry, and used in ventilation by the rich because it takes months for the obsidian to heat up.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)16:33 No.4943938
    >The United Security of Select Republics

    >Bitter (-200 degrees C)
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)16:38 No.4943977
    >active volcanos
    >carve intricate sculptures in ... obsidian
    >pump magma
    >freezes into super hard obsidian
    >magma pumps are started again.
    >harvest some of the obsidian
    >given the obsidian odd qualities

    You wouldn't happen to play dwarf fortress by any chance?
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)16:47 No.4944050
    That makes about two Dorf Fort like planets. This and the other one. Can't remember what we changed it's name to.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)17:30 No.4944306
    Hive Planet Implausibla Prime.

    Hive World
    Tech Level: High Imperial
    Tiny star
    Huge Planet: 153,000 KM
    Severe Axial Tilt (39 degree)
    Length of Day: 41 Hours
    Length of Year 472 terran days
    23 Satellites
    Very Heavy Gravity
    Normal Terran Atmosphere
    Damp Hydrosphere
    Tepid temperature (51-100)
    Terrain: Swamp, Cliffs Savannah, Continual Forest,
    Population 26 Billion.

    Adeptus Arbites 27 Dominating
    Adeptus Astra telepathica 14 Moderate
    Adeptus Astronimica 6 Token
    Adeptus Mechanicus 9 Slight
    Administratum 18 Notable
    Adeptus Ministorum 16 Notable
    Inquisition 17 Notable

    Society: Oligarchy
    Enforcers 18 / 16 Massive, Medium-high quality
    Militia 14 / 2 Large, Poor
    Standing Army 26 / 23 Massive, High quality
    Armoured Forces 13 / 17 Large, Medium-high quality
    Titan Force 16 / 16 Huge, Medium-high quality
    Naval Force 16 / 24 Huge, High
    Orbital Stations 10 / 7 Medium, Poor-Medium Quality.
    Missile Silos (planet) 18 / 17 Huge, Medium-high quality
    Missile Silos (orbital) 16 / 19 Huge, Medium-high quality
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)17:31 No.4944313
    One thing is certain about Implausiba: you wont get a suntan you like.
    with its tiny sun bathing its vast, ponderous planet in massive amounts of radiation to heat it, the 26 billion on it's surface live in near-darkness, At once quelled into submission by the crushing weight of the massive gravity, and the ever-present weight of the Arbites, whose law in the name of His Most Geriatric Bitumen Hoarfrost, Planetary Governor intrudes into every single one of the low, squat hives that peek out above the incessant mangrove swamps
    The governor, now aged a venerable eight hundred years old, benefits from his off-world palaces, on the largest of the planets innumerable moons, which wrack the planet with earthquakes.

    In such a dismal, oppressive, unlit place, it is perhaps no surprise that Imperial force recruitment is almost unable to cope with the demand for places. As a result, from the widespread militias in the hives, under the constant watch of Arbites officers, people exercise and drill to be accepted into a massive military complex taking almost 1/4 of the planet's surface, which processes a quarter of a billion recruits every year.

    With a punishing training regime which sees a large percentage fail to pass through basic training, the Imperial guard churns out many of the best trained soldiers, pilots, and supporting personell in the sector, benefiting from its exceptional standard of equipment through footsoldiers and navy, and respectable armoured units and titan legions.
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/20/09(Sat)17:37 No.4944352
    Hi guys, me again. We need to update the following list:

    Ix, a bizarre frontier world with thousand of fertile rain forest islands drifting around on an ocean of magma.
    Mundania, average in every way.
    Koganusan, a terrifying, poisonous and ocean-covered forge world with one hour days. It leaves a cloud of land marks in its wake that it rams into when it completes its circle.
    Xomula, absolutely crazy Xenos world where the Adeptus Mechanicus have gone to research. Hideous, Catachan-dangerous swamp world.
    Iniega, a gas giant capable of sustaining life with eighteen satellites covered in hives while the planet's designated a pleasure world.
    Orvana, a highly populated hive world under incredibly strict Imperial rule after rebellion. Pick up that can, criminal scum.
    Hetopia III, a penal colony so hellish that it was designated 'pleasure world' as a joke by two yuppies in the Administratum.
    Mining Site 0298, a rocky, barren landscape that's grim, dark and gritty and covered in miners.
    Deathworld 17, a deathworld that used to be a feral world but then its atmosphere became poisonous and the oceans vanished - how?
    Texasium, a agri-world covered in a bunch of farmers who zealously follow a religion preached to them by a handful of confused missionaries.
    New Prospero, a wonderful, beautiful paradise world that's just about perfect in every way imaginable - now that's a shock!
    New Krieg: a hive world with an absolutely deadly atmosphere, little moisture and endless piles of warheads. Krieg, anyone?
    Ohshi Itsot: A blistering hot shrine world 'tended to' by unlucky bastards in the Ministorum who nobody likes.

    Continued next post.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)17:38 No.4944357
    That's a respectable military world you have there. A hive-planet with good law-enforcement? Wonders never cease. WOnder what it's like under-hive.
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/20/09(Sat)17:39 No.4944361

    Detaniax - A deadly Forgeworld with super high technology, but only notable Mechanicus presence.
    Utopia - A Planet with nearly 400 degerees in the summer but swamps in the polar regions because of the crazy axial tilt.
    Volcania- 61 Dudes with Spears and Swords fucking up everything that dares to come to their planet.
    Augurus Prime - The home of the proud Augurus Titan legions.
    Tempest - A planet that will cook you in the summer, freeze you solid in the winter and kill you via terrible storms in between, also its a dictatorship.
    Inferno - A waterless, searing deathworld with a deadly atmosphere that somehow supports 9 million people and a high tech Titan legion with industrial tech only.
    Ravenforge - Nobody goes to Ravenforge.
    Taedium, a frontier world, that will be a paradise once it's fully colonized.
    Extermis Cratum, a world that was once a paradise. It was hit by a shard of a broken world, so it's now a hell hole,
    Nephertis, a Forbidden World controlled by Chaos death cults; the xenofauna are absolutely deadly. Not even the Imperium wants it.
    Surat Thani, a Cemetary world that is dotted by rocky plateaus that go above the clouds, and thermal storms that melt steel. It's important in the Tiji Sector; it's where the Guardsmen are buried.

    That's it. Anyway, what happened to the guy making the 1d4chan article?
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)17:42 No.4944378
    I think it's going to be done later. Map needs an update too. But I'll be willing to do some more summaries, may take a while finding the planets that are accepted and writing the stuff.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)17:48 No.4944429
    Wait a second. Are these only the planets from the first thread? Fuck. This is going to take longer than I thought. I might not do all of them.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)17:53 No.4944455
    >WOnder what it's like under-hive.

    I just did a roll for Under-hive for Arbites...


    yes, the underhive is in fact *even more* under the domination of the Arbites than the upper levels.

    I suspect those who fail the IG basic training end up in the Arbites - there must be close on a billion Arbites officers on the planet, watching every citizen closely, with regular beat patrols through the underhive, where gangers are quickly arrested for illegal carrying of weapons, loitering, or unlicensed use of lights.

    Governor Hoarfrost can honestly say there is no problem with rebellion or lawlessness anywhere on his planet. Those who do are probably arrested before they've even left the scene of a crime, the Arbites are so omnipresent.
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/20/09(Sat)17:54 No.4944457

    It's the planets from several threads; it was updated two weeks ago, just before we took the week-long break.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)17:58 No.4944477
    Well it's missing a lot from the second thread on the archive.
    ....Arbite state? We could make this interesting. Pity it's not a dictatorship.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)18:03 No.4944499
    oligarchy.... perhaps his Most Geriatric Lordship is the senior Arbitrator, who served on the beat as a Hive Watchman himself, many centuries ago, and who slowly rose from there up the ranks to command a district, a zone, an entire hive.... become part of the senior command, and eventually planetary command.

    Maybe the reason the old bastard has no gangs in the hives is because he fought them personally himself, back in the old days... and the crushing weight of the Arbites is a byproduct of that experience - on a planet where the gravity kills most people young, he's risen to the top by strength.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)18:11 No.4944543
    Forge World LVX, In Process of Renaming to Emperor's Holy Light
    Shrine World
    High Imperial Tech Level
    Orbits a Huge Star
    Has Token Adeptus Arbites Presence
    Has Token Astra Telepathica Presence
    Has Token Astronimica Presence
    Has No Adeptus Mechanicus Presence
    Has No Inquisitorial Presence
    Has Small Administratum Presence
    Has Significant Adeptus Ministorum Presence
    Massive Planet (306 kilometer circumpherence)
    Moderate Axial Tilt
    116 Hour Days
    24 Local Days per year
    380 Terran Days per year
    36 satellites in orbit
    Standard Gravity
    Has Bearable Atmosphere
    Has Damp Hydrosphere
    Average Temperature:
    -10 to +30 degrees centigrade
    +20 to +50 degrees centigrade in summer
    -30 to +10 degrees centigrade in winter
    Has mostly barren highlands and plateaux, with very swampy valleys
    Population of 2 billion
    Has a society based around the worship of the Machine God
    No Enforcers Present
    No Militia Present
    Average Sized Standing Army with Medium Quality
    No Armoured Forces
    No Titan Forces
    No Private Armies
    No Naval Forces
    No Orbital Stations
    No Planetary Missile Silos
    No Orbital Missile Silos
    No Defensive Lasers
    No Mercenary Forces

    This ex-Forge World was turned on its heels at the beatification of Saint Infernus, as the Ecclesiarchy claimed it as its own. Needless to say, with the worship of the Machine God so well entrenched in society, the missionaries have their work cut out for them.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)18:20 No.4944607
    Sounds badass. That bit of fluff is a keeper.
    >Has No Adeptus Mechanicus Presence
    >Forge World be claimed
    >Worships the machine god
    I think the missionaries might actually find their work easier than expected. What. How can this be?
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)18:23 No.4944624
    Also this summary stuff is taking longer than expected. I've barely done a dozen worlds in this time.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)18:33 No.4944693
    swap you. when I'm not rolling handfulls of d10s, I'm trying to sculpt the wax masters for a bronze sword pommel.
    bloody insane amounts of work.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)18:34 No.4944702
    Right. This is bound to be missing a lot of planets because I'm not very good at checking if a planet's been included with the map
    Endrythis - Giant huge iceball.Filled with people praying to the Emperor for somewhere better to live.
    Ixion II - Hot administratum world. Oceans migrate. Only the Emperor knows why it's so populated.
    Abyssius Monasturius - Administratum hive world run by the Ministorum. Hot, long days and big population.
    Nebraskus - Agri-world. Light gravity, bearable atmosphere.
    Tempestus Solaris - Planet itself is worthless. Orbiting space stations are valuable to the military. So valuable, it's their capital.
    Cataclysm - Inquisitorial capital, and they want to keep it a fucking secret.
    Hylios - Hylios is a world in the middle of the terraforming process. Simple as that. It also has only 47 people maintaining quite a military.
    Winterchase - Freezes in winter. Boils in summer. Large population of feral nomads who have their own version of the Emperor to reflect on their world travel to stop themselves from dieing.
    Requiem - Frozen poisonous wasteland, but a big battle took place here and they'll dig those loyal servants of the emperor out and give them a burial so help them.
    Syran - Mineral rich mining world with lots of radiation due to huge sun.
    Aquaphobia - Aquatic world with volcanoes. Deep Ones are here.
    Sors Natio - Moist water vapor planet.

    And that's all for now. I'm getting tired, and I'm damn sure I've missed a few planets.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)18:55 No.4944868
    Fuck it i'll do some more. You know that feeling when you're tired but can't get to sleep? I've got that.
    Yhas - A celestial object that's not quite a planet or a sun. This creates valuable objects worth mining for on the 50 satellites.
    Nogred - Developing world, mainly military.
    Ferrum Sanctimonia - Temperate Shrine World with beaches. Priest volleyball! Has a Hospitaller Sisters of Battle order here called Order of the Healing Touch because a saint healed a village of a heretic causing illness on a beach here. Sisters guard that coastal spot even today.
    Deleator - Hard winter makes this a feudal world of Vikings led by a small number of Inquisitors to be loyal servants of the Emperor
    Agailareptor - Ex-cemetery world, but pesky Chaos artifacts made it more trouble than it was worth and it got extirmatused. 70 people still live here, Chaos is persistent.
    Cataclysm - Where the Inquisition keeps all the forbidden stuff they don't want to destroy but don't want to go in the wrong hands i.e not theirs.

    And that's where the map needs updating. I missed a few, probably. I'll just archive the thread and try to get to sleep now.
    >> Anonymous 06/20/09(Sat)19:36 No.4945212
    Feudal World
    Steel Age Tech Level
    Medium Sized Star
    Arbites: None
    Astra Telepathica: None
    Astronomica: None
    Mechanicus: None
    Administratum: None
    Ministorum: None
    Inquisition: None
    Average Planet (56,000 km)
    Notable Axial Tilt (6-15 degrees)
    Length of Day: 18 hours
    Length of Year: 387 Terran Days
    1 Satellite
    Standard Gravity
    Tainted Atmosphere
    Watery Hydrosphere
    Warm Temperature (31 to 50 average)
    Tempurature Variance: +/- 10 degrees
    Terrain: Islands, Plateaus, Cliffs, Grassland, Flat Rock
    4,100 People
    Religious (Ministorum)
    Huge amounts of Poor-Medium quality ENFORCERS
    Large amounts of Poor-Medium quality MILITIAS
    Huge amounts of Poor-Medium quality STANDING ARMIES
    Large amounts of Medium quality PRIVATE ARMIES
    Large amounts of Medium quality MERCENARY FORCES

    It's a feudal world with what appears to be no Imperial contact, aside from most of the people worshiping the Emperor. The atmosphere is also toxic.

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