The Twilight Herald
Type: Spherical earth body
Day Length: 12 hours
Year Length: 30 days
Distance/Time To The Sun: 50 million miles; 12 hours travel
Sphere Wall: 3,150 million miles; 31.5 days travel
It is a small planet, dominated by the equatorial deserts which compose over 70% of the planets surface. The poles are entirely different, here the temperature cools to tolerable (70 degrees on the average) and the terrain becomes pleasant, gently rolling hills surrounding large, fresh water lakes (the largest of these lakes approach the size of the Great Lakes in the States). The actual poles themselves are small mountains which are continually in a mist from the near constant rain over them. Rain is very rare elsewhere in the Polarates, water is distributed via a stream and river network. Wind and lightening storms are uncommon, but they do occur.