Trinona
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Trinona
Astrographical information
Ring Fehu RIng
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System Trayken System
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Moons 1
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Class Gas giant
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Surface water 0%
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Affiliation Calidian Alliance

Trinona is a member planet to the Calidian Alliance. A small gas giant, Trinona is nonetheless home to many large floating cities located in the open upper levels, exposed to a thin layer of breathable atmosphere in an area known as the "Life Zone."

It has a notable population of free Varans. The planet has a strong military and several nearby colonies.

The Trinonans do a brisk business in consulting on a number of topics. Some of the main ones of interest to other governments and colonies is setting up an effective government, establishing and organizing an effective military (free Varan and other Calidians are the most common procurers of this advice), and establishing effective colony defenses. Were the Calidians ever to organize into more of a nation it is likely that Trinona would be a prime contender for the central seat of power as well as one of the most influential Calidian colonies. Many new free Varan and Calidian colonies try to model themselves on Trinona.

This small gas giant has two ten­u­ous ring sys­tems and a large moon, Netune. Colonies of Calid­i­ans have gath­ered here and coa­lesced into the Grand Duchy of Tri­nona. The Duchy was scoffed at when it was first orga­nized, but its stag­ger­ing mer­can­tile suc­cess and hardy defenses quickly made it one of the Calid­ian pow­er­houses. Aside from the many mining towns and vil­lages that exist within the rings, a goodly number of free-float­ing colonies have sprung up within the gas giant itself. Joined by ropes and loose bridges, these plat­form vil­lages have become pro­cur­ers of mag­i­cal goods. No one knows the origin of the strange items and mate­ri­als they offer for sale, but some believe they have some­thing to do with the haunted ruins of Netune.

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