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A seismic nightmare, Pesmenben II is a planet constantly tearing itself apart. Constant volcanic eruptions disturb the surface of the planet that has no atmosphere to speak of. Unlike most planets Pesmenben II has poles that are made up of mostly molten rock, spewing forth ashes and lava. Only near the equator the temperature has fallen sufficiently for the surface to form, resulting in a large, bleak plateau of rock dotted by craters caused by several types of stellar objects hitting the planet.