Dravione is a unique planet in a universe filled with thousands upon thousands of planets. What makes this planet so unique is the odd tectonic activity that takes place under the surface of the planet’s crust. On most planets, the ‘northern’ and ‘southern’ poles are usually covered in thick glaciers of ice and snow. On Dravione though, the poles are covered in lava fields and massive volcanoes.
Many years ago, Dravione was a normal temperate climate planet. The poles were covered in ice and only a few locations had volcanoes. At some point in the history of the Dravione system, there used to be three planets. Dravione III was a beautiful planet much like Dravione but was struck by a number of comets that destroyed the planet. Both the natives and those indigenous plants and creatures were lost forever. The loss of the Dravione III caused the orbit of Dravione to vary, and over time the planet’s tectonic activity changed. The magma under the surface began to spin differently causing massive earthquakes and volcanic explosions. The areas where these volatile volcanoes erupted caused the polar caps to melt and the lava fields to become the ‘north’ and ‘south’.
These new danger zones have made the rest of the planet stable. There hasn’t been a volcano eruption on Dravione below the lava fields in over a thousand years.