The Twilight Herald
Type: Spherical air body
Day Length: 30 hours
Year Length: 8 months
Distance/Time To the Sun: 100 million miles; 1 day travel
Sphere Wall: 3,100 million miles; 31 days travel
This large air world is filled with literally hundreds of floating land masses, “islands”. These revolve around the planets geometric center at varying altitudes and speeds, but the average “day” is about 30 hours. Centuries of revolution have caused all of the immediate collisions to occur, none of the islands are currently headed for each other. These islands vary in size from a few miles across up to 100 miles across, and share similar ecological systems. All have swampy or jungle like lowlands interspersed with abrupt, rocky mountains. A few of the larger islands actually support a prairie system.