A small, hot and inhospitable world, Sollace tops the Brentaal system's list of 'Places Least Likely to be Voluntarily Visited by a Sentient in Their Right Mind.' Were it not for a historic mischance in the formation of the system, this tiny world may have become a stunted cousin to Brentaal. Instead, it settled deep inside the gravity well of Brenta, bombarded with radiation every second of its existence and with the surface forever reduced to molten slag by the heat of its proximity. Sollace was so close that it was likely destined to eventually fall into the star if not for another chance of fate. Several millennia ago a rogue storm of comets went streaking through the Brentaal system, part of the stellar ejecta from a collapsed star from somewhere out beyond the Outer Rim. Moving at a large fraction of light speed, these super-dense remnants of a solar core slammed into Sollace and buried themselves deep inside its pliable surface. Waves of liquid stone and plasticized metals rushed around the surface of the small world, colliding with each other and eventually settling into an almost uniformly smooth surface. The force of this impact also served to knock Sollace out of its orbital rut and further back in the system. Now possessing an unpredictably powerful magnetic field and a new location, Sollace slowly cooled and hardened as the stellar remnants smoldered deep below the surface, and eventually became the world known today. Largely unexplored and unexploited, Sollace seems to be an afterthought by most when it comes to thinking about the Brentaal system, but with its unique composition and properties, such an oversight seems unlikely to continue for long.