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Planet: Hassaria III
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Hassaria III, nestled within the Wazta sector—a remote corner of the galaxy’s Outer Rim Territories—beckons with its temperate climate and breathable atmosphere. The largest planet in the Hassaria System, this celestial world orchestrates a harmonious blend of land and sea, where azure waters cradle lush islands and diverse ecosystems. More than 75% of Hassaria III lies beneath the veil of vast ocean waters—the Sea of Luz. Named after the universally renowned cultural scholar Paul Luz, whose passion for sea exploration inspired its moniker, this expanse is a breathtaking sight. The remaining landmasses form a series of archipelagos, each with its own unique character. Naval travel reigns supreme as the primary method of ground transportation due to the dispersed landmasses across the watery canvas.

Port cities thrive as bustling centers of commerce on Hassaria III, their maritime culture interwoven with the ebb and flow of tides. But it’s not just trade that defines this planet. The Sea of Luz resonates with the enchanting melodies of the cy`een, a species whose haunting songs echo through the clear waters. The largest pod of cy`een gathers annually near the northern port city, their harmonies lulling citizens to sleep during warm summer nights. Each year, Hassaria III welcomes thousands of outer planetary visitors for the Festival of Song, a celebration dedicated to the local cy`een. Originally designed for a single night of revelry, centuries have transformed it into a two-week extravaganza. The festival infuses enormous capital into local businesses, enriching merchants and entrepreneurs alike.

Unlike its counterparts, Hassaria and Hassaria II, Hassaria III isn’t a hub of traditional exports. Instead, it stands as an anthropological marvel, with its rich history and culture drawing scholars and enthusiasts from across the galaxy. The local economy thrives on reinvested credits within the community and the revenue generated during the long summer tourist season. The capital city sprawls across the planet’s second-largest landmass—a desert composed of ancient sands in the southern hemisphere. Its time-worn architecture is revered as an art form, a testament to the enduring legacy of Hassaria III. A smaller grouping of jungle-clad islands lies to the west. These lush havens harbor exotic flora and fauna. Canopy-dwelling creatures swing from vine to vine, their calls echoing through the dense foliage. Vibrant orchids and carnivorous plants thrive in the dappled sunlight. At the planet’s frigid north pole lies a stark contrast—a cold rock island perpetually shrouded in ice and snow. Only the hardiest organisms survive here, clinging to rocky crevices and enduring the biting winds. The Hassarians regard this icy outpost with reverence, believing it connects them to the cosmic cycles.

As the Hassarian colony expanded, industrialization became inevitable. The Separatist movement’s influence led to factories, refineries, and energy plants sprouting across the islands. Locals, torn between progress and preservation, now question the impact on their pristine oceans. The delicate balance between development and ecological harmony hangs in the balance—a choice that will shape Hassaria III’s destiny.

  • Type: Temperate/breathable
  • Size: 13x13
  • Total: 61,290,586 inhabitants
  • Hireable Population: 908
  • Civilization: 25.0400%
Combat Settings
  • Ground Combat: PvE
  • Bandits & Creatures: Hostile