The Fever Breach
This is it...
A line in the sand
The eden were one of the first species to travel to distant stars and spread out in all directions, uncaring for those they crushed. As if they'd grown bored of expansion, they stopped. It happened without warning and for some, it happened not a moment too soon. The galactic community wouldn't look a gift horse in the mouth and accept peace. All sat on the edge of their seats and waited for the eden to make a move. Most were certain they'd rise to take more given enough time. The eden remain peaceful, exploiting the planets they've conquered over their long reign as one of the galaxy's strongest contenders. The Eden claim all the territory they conquered was rightfully theirs and cite their religion to back up their argument. Their holy sites were now firmly in their grasp. Many wonder if their backward religion was created to justify their claims in the first place.
The cradle of the gods
Based on what little information we have, The Fever Breach is one of several systems assailed by a black hole, and one of several where gods supposedly emerged to lead their species to glory. Their gods were doused in prism, a form of matter that lacks equilibrium and defies much of what we know about the universe. The gods who emerged change from telling to telling, though it's possible they appeared at different times throughout the eden's long history. We know the entities exist but what they truly are is difficult to define, biological anomalies beyond our science and reason. It's possible they were Eden before their ascension to divinity. Many eden claim this and our record lists the names of gods as well as what they were called before godhood. We're missing something, a piece of the puzzle that may never be found.
There are four planets in the system orbiting the clash between a blue star and a black hole at the center. There are 10 moons orbiting these planets and an asteroid belt. The population sits with the eden as a majority but their religion has spread among other races. Many pilgrims find their way to this system before long. The belt is what remains of 4 other planetoids that likely broke apart when the black hole altered their orbits and gravity. This forced their moons to crash into them, and some likely had overlapping orbits which caused them to slam into each other, slowly forming the belt over time. Resources are abundant In the system. It's capable of farming its food on the surface of its innermost world and its infrastructure is also maintained by its mining operations. Most of its raw materials come from the belt, mined from numerous stations placed along the rim.
Loph Nereva, Meaning: Field of Colors A gas giant and the outermost planet in the system, Loph Nereva is a treasure trove of resources, many gathered by drones that descend from refineries in orbit. The bulk of the planet is hydrogen, helium, oxygen, and methane, but many other gases drift in its stormy atmosphere. Alphia, Meaning: Mercy Alphia is an agricultural center capable of feeding a hundred systems. The Eden offer free room and board to pilgrims in exchange for work while they are staying in the system, and this exchange has led to a rapid surge in output over the last thousand years (relative to the planet's orbit.) Krys, Meaning: Malice Krys is a fortress world, every bit of its infrastructure dedicated to military production, training, and defense of the system. It produces ships in dry docks as well as the defensive station in its orbit, and these ships are dedicated to the system's defensive fleet. These ships are also responsible for intercepting enemy fleets attempting to warp beyond the system and further into eden space. Opora, Meaning: Calm An ocean world responsible for the production of ships, Opora is most known for its planetary defenses. As the first habitable world an invading fleet would encounter, Opora houses numerous defensive installations beneath the waves of its ocean capable of targeting anything within ten thousand kilometers of its orbit. This is to defend its citadels, defensive stations that can engage almost any target within the system.