Extrasolar

  • Arcadia: A Venus-like planet which is being built into an aerostat resort for hyperelites. References: EP 111, GC 74-77
  • Babylon: The star of this system seems to have a spaceship floating deep in its corona, though the vessel remains unreachable. References: EP 111, GC 77-78
  • Bluewood: Full of blue tree-like organisms, this world hosts one of the first and most successful extrasolar transhuman colonies. References: EP 111, GC 78-82
  • Brak Kodel: Barren world inhabited by societies of transhumans left behind by TITANs. References: EP GC 82-85
  • Carnivale: World colonized by a scum swarm, full of debauchery and parties. References: GC 86-87
  • Corse: System on the galactic edge with probable TITAN presence. References: GC 87-89
  • Droplet: Water world with interesting remains of a collapsed alien civilization. References: GC 89-91
  • Echo: A multi-planet system with a beautiful forested world that could be a new home for transhumanity. References: EP 109-110, GC 92-94
  • Fortean: Icy moon hosting a brinker colony which creates strange and interesting morphs for sale back in the solar system. References: GC 94-95
  • Giza: Exoplanet with strange boxes that seem to allow communication with other beings throughout the galaxy. References: GC 95-100
  • Just In Case: Exoplanet being set up as a fall-back in case of invasion in the solar system. References: GC 101-102
  • Krypton: Stunning vacation spot with volcanically warmed waters, a stunning night sky, and some dark secrets. References: GC 102-104
  • Luca: A dusty, rocky world once inhabited by an alien race since destroyed by cataclysmic impacts. References: EP 110-111, GC 105-108
  • Mishipizheu: A hospitable water-world orbiting a dim red sun. References: EP 111, GC 108-109
  • Moravec: An empty planet with a still-active computer network that hosts virtual worlds far in excess of the planetary surface. References: GC 109-112
  • Nirvana: Habitat station orbiting a pulsar that hosts researchers and Consortium criminals in dead storage. References: GC 112-114
  • Nótt: A barren, ice-covered world where the indentured researchers claim an alien predator is stalking them. References: EP 111, GC 114-116
  • Olaf: A massive Dyson Sphere with an active orbital defense system protecting it. References: GC 116-120
  • Penrose: Station poised on the event horizon of a black hole guarded by impregnable defenses. References: GC 120-122
  • Portal: Planet with a nexus point for gates, hosting six gates within 1-kilometer radius and the gatecrasher settlement of Isra. References: 122-124
  • Rorty: Exhuman colony which preys on other settlements for unknown reasons. References: GC 124-125
  • Sky Ark: TerraGenesis is using this world as a collection space and research station for ressurecting extinct Earth species. References: EP 111, GC 126-128
  • Solemn: Planet inhabited by bacteria which destroy synthetic materials, inhabited now by a preservationist colony living without advanced technology. References: GC 128-129
  • Sunrise: Exoplanet with seven gates and alien ruins which is tidally locked so that the sun is always in the same position. References: GC 129-131
  • Synergy: After a gate malfunction isolated this colony of transhumans for five years, they developed a hypermesh insert to create something close to a hive mind among their population. References: EP 111, GC 131-133
  • Tanaka: Dominated by chitinous fungi, Tanaka has a biosphere which is inexplicably hostile to transhuman encroachment. References: GC 133-135
  • Tirion: The personal experimentation grounds of former Somatek CEO Rael Duvalier where uplift experimentation has no oversight. References: GC 135-136
  • Vohaul: Acrid Venus-like world which serves as a dumping ground for waste products from hypercorp industries. Reference: 136-138
  • Wormwood: The creators of the maze-like tunnels of this world are entirely unknown. References: EP 111, GC 138-139

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