The planet Anargoloth is home to one of the most breathtaking sites in the galaxy, the Storms of Nentan. The planet shares a very close orbit with its brother planet Agolfin. For a one month period out of the year these two planet’s travel so close to each other in their orbits that there are actually severe electrical storms caused by the proximity of the two planets.
The electrical storms are a rare occurrence in the galaxy that very systems can bring to be a home too. Due to the fact that both of these planets support breathable atmospheres when the two of them come within a close proximity of each other the two atmospheres actually rub together and cause friction. This friction then releases itself in one of two ways.
The first of these ways is in a simple heated and discolored portion of the atmosphere that has earned the false name of burning clouds. While it may appear as though the clouds are burning due to the multiple hues of orange and red that are displayed, what is actually happening is the that the atmospheres are becoming so heated from the friction of the two planets that it is causing severe discoloration.
The second of these two releases is the real breath taker however. The friction between the two atmospheres builds up friction to the point of the discoloration that is burning clouds. At this point the clouds generally release their energy through this discoloration, in certain cases this is not where the friction stops, and occasionally the friction continues to build until it finds a way to release itself. This generally takes place in the form of severe electrical storms. Arcs of electricity travel between the discolored clouds for some period of time before streaking to the surface looking for a place to ground themselves.
Due to the fact that Anargoloth has such a larger mass than Agolfin it has a stronger field of gravity and therefore pulls all of the lightning strikes back upon itself. The extent of the difference between the two gravities can often be demonstrated at this time due to the way that bolts often leave cloud banks on a decent to Agolfin, but Anargoloth’s higher gravity has been known to bend the bolts into U-shape to pull them back to crash upon its own surface. The planet landscape is an ever changing amalgam of properties. The planet surface hosts barren fields of ice as one extreme and yet at another extreme it houses some of the lushest jungles to be found in the galaxy. Between the huge glaciers and the lush jungles lie kilometers of foul swamps. The electricity that gets dissipated into the planet leaves a strong odor of burnt ozone in the surface that somehow finds its way to these swamps to be released. Although the planet has a breathable atmosphere it remains unpopulated. This fact is due in combination to the cold atmosphere and the high levels of electricity that course through the planet during its seasonal electrical storms.