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Elderly Thraxon warriors. During the later phase of Thraxon lifespans, their bodies metamorphose into egg-laying nest keepers.
These elite Thraxon warriors are recognizable by their blood-red armor and resilience to death. They are rarely seen and typically used to protect their high commanders.
This mythical creature from the ancient world is an early Thraxon scout that became stranded on Nathasia thousands of years ago. It feasted on the primitive population and became a powerful legend in the old world. Later, when Nathasians uncovered its ship, a reverse engineer process allowed them to travel to neighboring worlds in the system and eventually populate Soorak and Solara.
This mountain range is located in the Semptor region of Solara. Gorag's castle lays snuggled below its golden peaks.
The secret home to the Marck architect, Joric Placater.
Dregwiegh Production Facility
The primary manufacturing facility for Marck units.
Gammac Corridor Delta
Interior jump portal.
Hostile region of Solara, know for its flesh stripping rock storms. Semptor is ruled with an iron fist by Gorag the Great.
Native species to Semptor that can quickly burrow through the ground to attack surface-dwelling life.
These covert Thraxon variants are known for their intellect and evasiveness. They are mostly used for espionage and assignations.
Sea of Shards
Skeletal maze of mage ore that has been chiseled into sharp edges over centuries of Spemtors rock storms. It's a natural barrier between Gorags castle and the rest of Semptors populace.
Hidden away, the Central Core is the autonomous command station for all Marck units. Its complex communication relay systems have made it impossible to trace the Marcks back to their command origins.
Orbital Reactor Station Thirteen
Reactor Station Thirteen is one of fifty orbital power grid stations that provide most of the energy for Soorak. This notorious station is most known for its meltdown, which caused most of its workers to die horrible deaths. The few that survived were left physically impaired.
Command Station Orion
Hidden resistance base, located in an ancient Hybor temple, deep in the oceans of Thale.
Gammac Corridor Zeta
The furthest outer jump portal. This portal reaches beyond the interstellar system.
Droks are a mix-breed canine with a trunk-shaped head and friendly disposition. Their origins come from a crossbreed of early guard canines brought to Solara during the construction of its terraforming processors and imports of sluets, which were docile children’s pets known for their trunk-shaped heads.
These formidable Thraxon warriors are known for their hostile temperament and killing efficiencies. There are very few of them, and as such, reserved for the gravest tasks.
Sea of Tora
Before the Thraxon wars, the Sea of Tora was a crystal clear freshwater basin where Natasian resort communities nestled along its banks. The Thraxons poisoned the seawater with an unknown toxin during the second Thraxon war, and it's now a host to bizarre creatures that feast off metals.
A small mountain on the outskirts of Semptor.
This small icy moon is caught in a geostationary orbit around Oro.
A town on Soorak, which was destroyed by a Thraxon invasion early in the second war.
Gammac Corridor Pizon
Outer jump portal.
Gammac Corridor Quadril
The nearest inner jump portal, which resides right outside of Nathasia.
Nestled deep in the gold-dusted Corvid Mountains of Semptor, this castle is best known as Gorag the Great's home. Aside from Gorag’s closest inner circle, most that enter this place of blood sport and torture never live long enough to report what they’ve seen inside.