The Sralua System
The Sralua system is a binary star system comprised of a type B white star called Sralua of roughly 4.2 solar masses, and a type M red star called Trieb of roughly 0.4 solar masses. Within the system there are a total of 5 planets, with Stiennera with orbits 12 A.U. out from the system's barycenter and two giant planets orbiting both the parent stars in the system and two small barren rocky worlds solely orbiting Sralua. Stiennera's rate of precession is equal to it's orbital period, which combined with it's quite large axial tilt leads to the northern pole to be continually bathed in the light of the two stars, the equatorial region to have a regular day night cycle, and the southern pole only receiving light from the planet's natural magical phanomina. Stiennera has a mass of 1.5 earth masses and a average density of 1.5 times that of Earth, it has a average temperature in the parts that see sunlight of 298 kelvin. The planet only has one moon of 1.6 the mass of the Moon and orbits only three quarters of the distance between the Earth and Moon, this causes the tides on Stiennera to be about 3.92 times larger than Earth's. Not much is known about the two barren worlds that solely orbit Sralua due to the constant sunlight, they are called in the few texts that reference them as the Marks of Sulkhatesh. Due to the lack of sunlight in the southern polar region the outer gas giants are more well known, and are colloquially known as the Wandering Twins, with their individual names being Eos and Ite. Eos is a super-Jupiter gas giant that orbits 20 A.U. out from the system's barycenter, and is the largest planet in the Sralua system with 12 known moons commonly known as the Tears of Maria. Ite is an ice giant that orbits 41 A.U. out from the system's barycenter. Ite has only one known moon called Veth.