The last two planets to be discovered during extended surveys of the system, and farthest distance from the sun, Toprawa III and Toprawa IV are together known as "The Twins" in reference to the intimate binary orbit they share around the star. The larger, temperate world of Toprawa III is rich with bodies of water, fertile soils, and great biodiversity. The gravitational attraction (and tidal forces) that the close proximity of these twins creates, leads to impressive alteration between high and low-tides on Toprawa III – a contributing factor to superior agricultural potential as lakes overflow and leave behind rich alluvium in their receding wake. Thick bands of dense woodlands thrive between majestic savannahs, creating an ideal habitat for wildlife. The abundant food web of Toprawa III supports many large predators, which in turn attract professional hunters who sometimes encounter bands of fugitives attempting to use the rich wilderness as a hideout.