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The primary planet of the Paavana System is a world with a fast rotation.  The planet's rotation causes intense winds that pummel the surface.  Despite the fact the planet has earth-like temperatures and liquid water, only limited life can survive on planet under the intense conditions.







The Paentora's System's human history dates back over a thousand years on the primary planet.  Likely one of the few world's originally seeded the Aurorians, Paentora has always been the center of the Acrux/Agena Region.  Inhabitants from Paentora settled nearly the entire region.






System in the Acrux/Agena Region






he Paivatar System's primary planet was settled with ideas of turning it into a resort world for the Fornax Region.  The young, water covered world's only land areas are a vast array of island chains.  Resort towns grew along the islands' many beaches.






The frozen primary planet of the Palace System appears to be an ordinary, fruitless world. Though deep below the surface vast deposits of americium exist. Americium is an important element used in the cores of interstellar ships. Mining the deposits and shipping the radioactive metal off-world has made the planet a very profitable place.






The Paladinus system's habitable primary planet contains one the last surviving technologically advanced societies that is still controlled by a monarchy.  The planet's landmasses are situated in two primary continents that run horizontally across the planet's tropical regions.






Panstor's primary planet is a lifeless world common throughout the galaxy.  A rocky, terrestrial world covered in silicate rock, with mountains, valleys, and endless deserts.  The planet's limited population live in enclosed cities, protected from the hazardous atmosphere and environment.






The primary planet of the Parrish System is a jungle covered world with very little surface water.  Only 10% of the primary planet's surface is covered in water, dense jungles cover the majority of the remaining planet's surface.  Parrish's atmosphere is thick, warm, and humid, some adaptation is needed for humans to breath it.






The Parusia System has been ruled by the powerful St. Vrain family for nearly 200 years.  The capital city of planet b, Cinderellaville, is a sprawling metropolis of mansions and palaces built along the city's many lakes.  Boulevards lined with fruit trees crisscross the city.  The city is a playground for the rich and famous and a popular tourist destination.  Unfortunately the rest of the planet is nothing like Cinderellaville, the family controlled government rules with an iron fist.






The primary planet of the Pastura System is a world which was blessed with an abundance of arable land. Early settlers flocked to the planet and built agricultural communities based around tightly-knit, family groups.





Pavillon Rouge

Pavillon Rouge is a system in the Spica Region.  The system was first colonized by agriculture settlers travelling through the Spica Region.  After two failed colonization attempts on the primary planet, the third attempt finally took hold setting up a long term society. 






The system's primary planet is the second planet from the sun.  B2 is a garden world with dense green forests.  The planet is often called Payasa Paradise because of its incredible beaches, mild weather, and endless forests.  Payasa is known for its beautiful year-round weather.






The Pazuzu System was originally settled by colonists primarily from Geminora.  They settled on the meadow covered, primary planet and a moderate population grew.  The colonists formed an agriculture community, benefiting from the planets relatively flat, gently rolling terrain and moist weather.






Pegram's primary planet is a world that is quickly dying.  The planet was once much more habitable, but the planet's small mass and low gravity have caused it's core to solidify, weakening the planet's electromagnetic field.  This has caused the once thick atmosphere to start thinning.






Perris is considered one the hidden gems of the Inner Sphere.  The system's primary planet is an unusually large, habitable, terrestrial world with over 4 times Earth's mass.  Located in an isolated part of the Canopus Region, the planet is home to a small population relative to the planet's size.






The primary planet of the Phaola System is a world with pleasant weather along its coasts, the environment transitions into harsh deserts moving inland in the continental land masses.  The planet's population is entirely huddled around the densely populated coastlines, as much of the desert regions cant support human settlements.






The primary planet of Phoenicia System is a dry relatively dry, habitable world.  Orbiting on the outer edge of the habitable zone, the planet has thick ice caps that over both poles that stretch down towards the lower latitudes.  A small group of settlers established numerous colonies stretched along the equator, where temperatures are warmer.






Pleiadia is the regional center of the Pleiades Region.  The Pleiadia system is located in the heart of the Pleiades Cluster, surrounded by bright, blue, b-class stars, which light up the night skies of the system's planets.  Pleiadia's primary planet has a society with a long and complex history,





Polarian Prime

Polarian Prime is the center of the Polaris Region.  The primary planet is the population and economic center of the region.  The planet has a long and often violent history plagued by a string of wars.  Polarian Prime is a military powerhouse in the Inner Sphere.  The planet and it's people have embraced its military and conflict dominant history






One of the earliest planets ever discovered, Pollux B is a seething hot world glowing blue in the light of the nearby giant sun.  A small colony exists on one of the outer planets in the system.






The Polyxo System's primary planet  is home to numerous large open air germanium mines, which the planet's economy is based entirely around.  Conditions inside the mines have often been erratic, this has created an environment where violent worker revolts are a common occurrence.






A planet system in the Canopus Region.  The system is a stopping point for those travelling between the Betelgeuse and Canopus regions.  A docking station orbits the primary planet, though adventurous souls can travel to the planet's icy surface.






The Pracecipua System consists of a gas giant that is orbited by a large, water covered moon.  Despite being the ideal temperature  for liquid water and life, the moon is sterilized by the radiation of the large, red giant sun.  The moon's ocean that covers the surface is highly acidic






The Primas System is located in the heart of the Sargas Region.  Despite its location near the regional center, Primas's Primary planet has never grown a large population.  The planet is warm and covered in meadows and grasslands, with some parts too warm for longterm human habitation.





Primus Hades

Dusty, dark industrial world.






Primus Hyadum

The first star in the Hyades cluster is a giant star orbited by a gas giant (that was once like Jupiter) in the habitable zone.  A water covered moon dotted with islands orbits the gas giant.






Promise is home to a cold, ice covered world.  The planet's life is clustered in a narrow band around the equator warm enough for liquid water,  The first settlers were colonists exploring the nearby Hyades cluster.  Small villages scattered along green tundra in the equatorial coastal areas house the population.





Psi5 Aurigae

Psi5 Aurigae is a star similar to Sol located 53.9 light years away.  Planet Jasmine is a dry cold world that orbits the star at a distance of 1.3 AU.   The system also has a kuiper belt centered around 29 AU.






Purgatory has always been a often forgotten about system.  Located in a quiet part of the Canopus Region, the system rarely sees visitors.  The system contains two warm terrestrial worlds that orbit the k-class parent star.



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