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The Five Worlds of the Garinia System are a quint of five powerful worlds that control all affairs of the Garinia System, whilst not actually officially controlling anything. These worlds are; Peali, Arbav, Ilu, Larosi and Wul-aro. They are all homeworlds of the five species that founded the Manaerin Unity of Planets, a major power in Eulciaran politics.


The Five Worlds are a alliance of five worlds all located in the same system (the Garinia System, and the same nation (the Manaerin Unity of Planets). They basically control the nation, as they have control over the entire system. This system also holds the capital of the nation, the star Garinia, so the Five Worlds are the 'puppeteers' of the nation. Essentially, the rulers of these worlds are the controllers of the entire nation. This fact is basically absent from the nationwide consciousness, which is rather suspicious, as it is quite easy to see the puppeteers.


Main Article: Peali


Peali is the second weakest out of the five, as well as the least populous. The planet is ruled by the Delona Arbajik cer Olanersa, whom is often scorned by the others.

The planet itself is a warm rocky world, with virtually no atmosphere. Despite this, photosynthetic plants evolved here and managed to change the formerly CO2 atmosphere into entirely oxygen. The world then saw its first mammals-analogues, and it was only a matter of time before the Delona evolved.


Main Article: Arbav


Arbav is the second strongest out of the five, in addition to the second most populous. The world is administered by Ialkor Sedleso, who is often admired as the most politically headstrong of the five leaders.

The world physically is a small temperate desertic world with a few seas. The majority of the planet is in severe rain shadow, forming temperate deserts that the majority of the cities are located in. The Ialkor evolved in these deserts, where they flew up into the atmosphere to capture moisture and then descended to burrow into the sand at night.


Main Article: Ilu


Ilu is a large superjupiter lingering on the outskirts of the system. It carries a menagerie of moons, two hosting life. Ilu is often in the middle ground; third strongest, third most populous, and third most developed. The world defers to Uyaron Valace orna te Selonaet, who is like their world; not particularly strong in any field.

Ilu is physically a large gaseous world with a frigid climate and stunning rings, drifting on the outsides of the system. The world has managed to capture a large amount of moons, that we will get to later. The world hosts a gigantic, but not very diverse, ecosystem covering many standard world-areas. It was out of this ecosystem that the Uyaron evolved. From floating gas-whales, to thrifty predators, the Uyaron are an evolutionary success story.


Main Article: Larosi


Larosi is a frigid arid world with organic multicellular life residing on it. It is the closest moon to Ilu, along with the second-warmest of all of its moons. The moon is covered with greyish-purple plants and grey-green lichen that gives the moon its unique appearance. The moon is the weakest of the five, politically speaking, carrying the least weight. The president of the moon is Pasande Mal vakar Nol rteta Yo.

The moon has a simple ecosystem, with the predators of the moon being wiped out many many years ago by the Pasande. The largest and most complex beings are small herbivores that placidly graze on the lichen-fields of the moon.


Main Article: Wul-aro


Wul-aro is the strongest of the worlds of the Garinia System, and is unique in that it is mostly colonised by the Pasande, instead of the Nesor whom originated here. The Pasande have refrained from terraforming the moon out of simple courtesy to the Nesor, as this was their original homeworld before the Great Garinia War. The world is ruled by Pasande Fed galan Oem wolaa De, who has the most influence out of the leaders. The moon is a hydrocarbonia, with huge seas of ethane and methane covering it. Clouds of nitrogen and ethane cover its skies, and seas cover most of its surface. The moon has an astonishing biosphere, burning methane and other hydrocarbons with the traces of oxygen in the atmosphere to provide energy.