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Hello people of RMRK. How are you? Good? Good.

I'm looking for ideas for planets for my game. I was hoping you good people could help me out. :)
If you have an idea for a planet, then I'd love to hear it. ^_^


Code: Tamplate [Select]
Planet name:
Planet type:
Planet doodle:

Can humans live there? y/n

Main species:
Species doodle:


EXAMPLE:

Planet name: Yogoyogo
Planet type: Earth like
Planet doodle:


Can humans live there? N

Main species: Yogapian
Species doodle:




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Planet name: Yarsk 716-T
Planet type: Gas Giant
Planet doodle: Like earth- only bigger and oceans of methyl nitrate surrounding nickel-iron Islands.
Can humans live there? Not without specialised breathing appratus and only on the solid "islands" along the meridian. 
Main species: Yar-Skaera Broodgliders
Species doodle: Imagine a giant Pterodactyl that carries an entire colony on its body. Workers, warriors, drones, the queen... they live in little "caves" in the carriers' flesh.
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Wow, thank you. :D
I'm going to have fun with this one. ^_^
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:) Glad to have contributed.
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Planet name: Hades
Planet type: Gas Giant
Planet doodle: Like Jupiter but twice as big, and with multiple large 'eye' continuous storms. There appears to be some reflection around the planet -- ah, yes. Some technologically elite pro industrialist alien species appears to have built some sort of transparent shell around the planet. certian framework and apparatus are also visible. Could this be some sort of mining operation, or something else entirely?

Can humans live there? Hell no. what would be considered the "surface" of this planet is basically gas under such high pressure that it turns into a type of liquid.

Main species: Unknown
Species doodle: Unknown
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Thank you. :D


I have a little planet selection thing.



Your planets are on the bottom left.
Left: Hades
Right: Yarsk 716-T
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Thank you. :D


I have a little planet selection thing.



Your planets are on the bottom left.
Left: Hades
Right: Yarsk 716-T

hey thats looking good  :zwink:

Here's another one for ya:

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Planet name: Terran
Planet type: Earth-like
Planet doodle: At one period in time this planet had oceans of water covering over half of it, with an advanced civilization on it. Now it appears in our telescopes as a brown tinge. We're not sure what happened. Maybe a world war got out of hand? Or maybe a meteor hit or some other natural disaster caused this? All attempts to make contact with the Terran World Government have been thus-far unsuccessful.

Can humans live there? Unknown. Humans did live there but last contact with anyone from this planet was over five years ago. Based on current data we can get, it appears to be a non-habitable (or hostile) zone. We are unable to come within 5 parsecs of Terran due to a strange type of radiation that has so far penetrated all shielding attempts against it. A science facility has setup on a moon orbiting the sister planet of Terran 6 parsecs away to study this anomaly and attempt to make contact with any survivors.

Main species: Terran (last known)
Species doodle: The Terrans are a bipetal humanoid species who are mammals. No, we can't make babies with them -- but amazingly enough we can have sex with them. They are tall, grotesque creatures with long spouts for noses that are never clean enough. They walk around seemingly naked all the time. They are hairless mole-like things as best described, with very large and almost cartoonish ears. The Terrans living in what they consider "modern society" are predominately grey in color. They subjugate the other Terrans of other colors (green, purple and blue) into doing the lesser jobs. There are rights limitations for Blue Terrans. Green and Purple Terrans also have rights limitations. Specific information is limited, the few humans that lived there did not keep constant contact with us once they had settled. Oh, and female Terrans don't have breasts on their chests like a human would expect - oh no - they're located on the buttocks of the Terran instead. Virtually every location of every other vital body part and limb is curiously identical to humans. Creationists attempt to use this as evidence for god but are often swiftly debunked and scoffed at.

Feel free to change anything to work better with the game nothings set in stone here.  :blizj:
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My planet made the cut? Sweet!
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Planet name: Lucius Industen

Planet type: Factory Asteriod

Planet doodle: AN oblong, non-revolving planetoid. On the daylight side there are huge manufacturing centers, each producing copious amounts of pollution. The air is constantly the green-gray of industrial smog. On the night side, the barren landscape is pockmarked with entrances to mining caves. Little activity is seen on the surface except for the occasional, inevitable explosion of a collapsing mine.

Can humans live there? Strictly speaking yes- however, even though the asteroid is big enough to have it's own atmosphere of breathable air, industry has rendered it almost unusable. Add to that the unreal amount of dust from mining on the othe side of the planetoid and you have a big dirty dustball made of poison. Humans are obviously not native here, but little else is... anymore.

Main species: Humans- which, due to high mortality rates from industrial accidents, violent crime, pollution and suicides must be regularly replenished from penal populations elsewhere in the galaxy. Native to the deeper mines are a species of worm whose bodies are upwards of 500F and can burrow through rock simply by melting it. Called Heat Maggots by the more vulgar elements of the mines.

Species doodle: A maggot the size of a Greyhound Bus, with a head shaped to a point for burrowing. The hindquarters are tapered less poigniantly, and the whole is glowing red- as in in red hot.
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Oh boy do I love spending an unnecessary amount of time on detailing self-indulgent fictional settings. Sorry, no doodles, I hope the written description make up for it.

Planet name:
Zerbrechen

Planet type: Floating chunks of solid matter bound together by gravity, was hit by an asteroid a few millenia ago and is still in the process of reforming itself into a proper planet. The core has already formed, and now the outer shell is slowly coming together. Earthquakes, volcanoes and all sorts of natural disasters are alarmingly frequent.

Can humans live there? Nope. Atmosphere composed mainly of argon fluorohydride, the main species inhales the compound, breaking the weak links between fluorine, hydrogen and argon with a low-energy metabolical process and exhales the argon, basing most of its breathing on hydrogen fluoride.

Main species: Now extinct, the Zerbrechans (fragmentum ambulans) were double-jointed mammalians with a few rather distinct features: the ehnerslitzen, situated in the average Zerbrechan citizen's neck, served as an exit for periodic puffs of argon gas, built up in the creatures lungs as it breathed the atmospheric gas in. Zerbrechans had two fingers and an opposable digit, which was definitively not suited for drawing in human standarts. That didn't stop them from trying, and the cultural output of bad scribbles was huge, especially during what many Zerbrechan sociologists posteriorly named The Rednascence, a period where Zerbrechan artists mastered a second color besides disappointing mauve: faint red. Sexual intercourse between members of the species was extremely complex, making full use of their double joints, underwater breathing capability and in some cases, the ehnerslitzen. The sexual act complexity's probably contributed a great deal to their extinction, the few Zerbrechans that survived the impact would rather watch their species fall into oblivion than go there. There are a few Zerbrechan ruins to be found, in fact, and be fully explored. High caution is advised, since the full psychological implications of being exposed to the Zerbrechans tenebrous frescos are unexplored.
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