Ain't Disney Planet, either!
It's big, it's roughly spherical, and it's hyperspace-capable. Apparently houses the equivalent of a regional capital city within its surface. If I gather correctly, Danar
wanted to kill everybody aboard and claim it for the Tapani Imperium
, while Lod and Yeager
just wanted – STILL just want – to take it for a joyride.
- database entry updated Datunda
UPDATE: Emperor Gregor
turned it into a water-based arcology named the Dawn Star
. So, uh, there's that. I dunno what its current defensive complement may be. Too busy lately to go look. Maybe Danar
- database entry updated Satunda
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