[Cosmosdex] The Fictional Encyclopedia


Welcome to the planet submission section. Here you can see all the planets that have been submitted so far and are currently under review. If you do not see your planet here it has been accepted and moved to the main section, or it has been rejected. If it has been rejected just go to the link you were given when you submitted your planet and there should be a reason why it was rejected there. If it has been more then a month since the rejection it is likely that the planet has been deleted.

Planet Submissions


Kalohmia appears as a very boring planet from afar, with flat, brown plains of grass punctuated by the occasional sprawling cities. Once on the planet, however, the most notable thing is the extreme weather surrounding the entire place. Temperatures can go from below 0 one day to over 100 the next, rains in feet seem more apt than usual, and of course, hurricanes and tornadoes out the wazoo.


The majority of the planet is covered in tundra, with occasional grasslands, boreal forests, and lakes dotting the surface. While most of the land is relatively flat, hills do take up at least 40 percent of the tundra, and nearly everywhere the cities are not present the snow lazily covers in its chilled embrace. What plant life that does grow is typically short and grizzled, the grey of the tundra bleeding into the lifeblood of the plants themselves. The only exception to this the grass, which is a dark green.


The grass is yellow. The sea is green, and so is the sky. Caves are everywhere since that is where the kokis live. It is a good place for vacation, just avoid the kokis. It is usually really hot. Usually 86 degrees Fahrenheit or 30 degrees celcius.


Chyta is covered in grasslands and plains of all types, clusters of tall forest trees interrupting the otherwise perfectly covered grass planet. Prairies, savannas, meadows, all kinds of lengths and types, it’s quite varied in grass, and nearly nothing but it. The few forests have tall trees that seem to never end, wide gaps, leaves, herbs, moss and pine needles from the trees coating the ground, all is quiet when entering these forests, as if the very trees are whispering and everything is straining to hear.


Found in a system made almost entirely out of mountain sized asteroids, it's a miracle that this planet survived before the natives learned how to cope with them. It's a strange world, full of craters of previous impacts, with high mountain meadows, extremely dry steppes, mildly cold and sunny weather, a beautiful (and dense) ring system, and LOTS of meteors. The local fauna and flora have evolved to survive off of very little water. The creatures here appear to be similar to what would normally be aquatic creatures on other planets. Even the yellow "plants" in the steppes are land polyps that feed on airborne plankton amassing on the lowlands. Everything on this planet can hibernate more than a hundred local years without moving nor feeding, an evolutionary trick made to survive the constant threat of asteroid collision. The local natives are the dominant Lastroses: cycloptic, wide and horned land crabs and the cave dwelling Majidas: long legged spidery and shelled beings in a tribal society.

Acrisius Cloud

Acrisius Cloud is a realtively large protoplanetary nebula in the process of becoming a solar system. It's unusually dusty and clumpy in there, with many decent sized planetoids cutting lines of dustfree passes in the disk. For some other reason, the cloud is taking lots of time to fully form, and it has almost never changed when the notails dropped by for the first time. Due to the anomalous features of the area, many space lifeforms tend to gather, such as space tuna, solar deer and the passing stellar drake. These concentrations of fauna, plus the gravitational distorsions and dust eddies of the planetesimals make the nebula one of the strangest hunting grounds of the universe.


The selachim homeworld is a low-gravity waterbound world. Almost always enshrouded by stormclouds and pelted by rain, the surface is a near-endless ocean of towering waves that surge leisurely across the planet. The only features otherwise are the occasional barren island or no more than half a dozen floating sites of industry.