Avgi-Thissi star system
The parentsAvgi and Thissi are the two stars that light the skies of Hydria. Five major celestial bodies dance around them Avgi, the father, shines his brilliant red-white light in the shores of the Mesohydrian Sea, making each dawn a wondrous display of reds and purple colours which rise from the east.
Thissi, the mother, takes the place of Avgi slowly as the day progresses dressing the horizons with a blue-green shine and her blue-white light. As Hydria turns to face the beauty of Melianthe nebulae the west is covered in a vale or blue, green and purple light across the mountains.
PyraThe ever-burning Pyra a planet a third of the size of Hydria which flies through the ether so close to his eternal parents to the point which she shares their life-giving fire. In the night sky of Hydria, Pyra appears to be burning bright, almost as bright as the stars being born in the forges of the Melianthe nebulae.
HydriaHydria is the home for mortals and gods in the world. A lush planet, host to green valleys, tall and proud forests, cyan seas, and the darkest of mountains. Home a million species and wonders beyond imagining.
According to the ancient texts Hydria is a lustrous continental planet with an atmosphere rich in oxygen and a thick outer layer which protects it from the harsh rays of the two suns and the nebulae surrounding it.
Due to the location of the planet, its surface is never under actual darkness. During the day cycle the planet is lit by the two suns which happen to revolve around each other every 6 hours. During the evening the sun is lit by the nebulae which neighbours the Avgi-Thissi star system. Due to the ionised gases of the nebulae and the continuous eruptions and fusions of the relatively-close stars, the skies remain somewhat lit to the point that someone can travel at night with ease.