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Nataraja System


Nataraja is a decuple system of 5 pairs of binary stars orbiting their partners and intersecting the destiny pipeline. Each set, additionally, have orbiting planetary systems of their own that can occasionally jump to other pairs, often with catastrophic results. The intervening light from the different heliospheres cause a widespread glare that regularly hide other cosmic bodies from those inside the system.


Peraure Pair

Peraure 1 and 2 are part of a binary star system. Inhabited bodies include:
  • Cancetende
  • Tercet
  • Cædmiere
  • Cankettendey
  • Héahſetle
  • Albion III

Þeodcwéne (Theodqueyne)

The sister queens are a binary star system where one is surrounded with a rainbow aura that occasionally reaches the other. Inhabited bodies include:
  • Sunnan
  • Umasaki
  • Mónan
  • Verdant

Koyama and Aditya

The logic gods are a binary star system that are heavily developed with dysonisk satellites and light catchers to forward energy to other systems. Inhabited bodies include:
  • Zebrican
  • Dorado
  • Aztatlan
  • Costner

Seid Stars

The light and dark seids are a binary star system, starkly coloured white and dark blue. Inhabited bodies include:
  • Sunset
  • Quintrala
  • Baby
  • Gondwana
  • Laurasia


Give and Take are a binary star system where one star feeds into the other, causing both to pulse in changing colours. Inhabited bodies include:
  • Charcoal
  • Korock
  • Yliese
  • Dreamer
  • Coprophage

Localized Phenomena

A hyperlane assumedly constructed from a previous hyperintelligent species (thought to be the greshca for lack of other possibilities) that manipulates the curvature of space.   It is so that the fabric of spacetime is permanently altered into a milky tube from where any object traveling through it travels in a bubble with a lower lightspeed reality.


Star Degree of Ionizing Radiation Number of Planets
Class O (blue-white) Highly Irradiated 1d4+1
Class B (blue-white) Moderately Irradiated 1d4+2
Class A (blue) Moderately Irradiated 1d6+2
Class F (green) Lightly Irradiated 1d6+3
Class G (yellow) Lightly Irradiated 1d6+4
Class K (orange) Moderately Irradiated 1d6+5
Class M (red) Highly Irradiated 1d8+2
Non-Main Sequence Star
Blackhole Highly Irradiated n/a
Neutron Star Severely Irradiated 1d4-1
White Dwarf Moderately Irradiated 1d4+1
Black Dwarf Lightly Irradiated 1d4+2
Brown Dwarf Lightly Irradiated 1d4+1
Red Supergiant Highly Irradiated 1d4-1

Natural Resources

Luminous Energy: Solar energy harvested from the 10 stars of the system and directed as stellasers towards Anchorage and Tenócha.


Ethnicity | Mar 3, 2024

A militaristic culture stagnant under the demands of their mission

Far travelled organic humans requiring special environmental attention.
Ethnicity | Mar 3, 2024

An independently minded, near nomadic, culture who hopscotch between alien places

By order of the pearl directive, they were originally meant to settle Nataraja but were slowed at Miasmic Astral.
Ethnicity | Mar 3, 2024

A ridge social hierarchy passed through family and defined by body castes

They are the first to arrive in the system and become custodians of the Literatus and its energy facilities.

Alternative Name(s)
  • Third Sector
  • Dance Hall
  • Betan Ball
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Light Catchers
Technology / Science | Aug 26, 2023

Unoccupied Planets

  • Tule
  • Lembas
  • Nbu
  • Glamour
  • Myoboku
  • Séance
  • Brief Spring
  • Unoccupied Moons

  • Thev
  • Calixcuel
  • Gown
  • Mumon
  • Einstein
  • Strode
  • Disinterest
  • Hawas
  • Arental
  • Irantel
  • Ora
  • Unoccupied Asteroids

  • Einsammad
  • Orasamma
  • Dainty
  • Sabasama
  • Irons
  • Feltes
  • Jokin
  • Misspoke
  • Chaltier
  • Oracy
  • Nernosama
  • Homskay
  • Nobby
  • Setteth
  • Igrasil
  • Ayn
  • Zul
  • Jarama
  • Kastner
  • Flula
  • Gherkin

  • Cover image: Little more patience by Vladimir Jankovski


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