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Litvaardpa Dummi
Litvaardpa Reentry
General Information
Creator Procedurally generated world
Alternate Names Litva
Planet of the Toothpastes
Planet Type Radioactive Planet
Universal Location
Universe No Man's Sky
Amalgam Universe
Galaxy Euclid Galaxy
Sector Ospeleshv Fringe
System Toseike System
Position 3rd
Orbital Characteristics
Satellites 0
Physical Characteristics
Atmosphere
Climate Volatile
Surface temperature 53.4°F (Day)
37.3°F (Night)
Geography
Terra-Score T2
Terrain Hue Gray
Atmosphere Hue Pale blue
Weather Class Class 3
Tectonics Class Class 2
Primary Terrain Hilly wetlands
Sapients Korvax, Traveler
Wildlife Dayglo Nemone, Bhonciero, Dumskull, Litvaardpa Palateworm, Lobed Gekdog, Skilak, Stegobufodile, Vaardpadillo
Vegetation Bittercup, Bulky Spongepus, Dumslug, Hot Toothpaste, Kopocus Tree, Lithe Spongepus, Litvaangervine, Luftballoon, Old Toothpaste, Platfruit, Scorchlip, Vaardnest
Political Information
Affiliation Korvax Empire
Capital City Ergellat Marsh
Government Korvax Empire
Official Language(s) Korvax
Strategic Information
Major Exports Toothpaste Plants (former)
Gamma Root, Gold, Copper, Heridium
Major Imports Nemones (former), Gekdogs (former)
Valuable To Korvax

Litvaardpa Dummi (occasionally shortened by locals to "Litva") is the third planet in the Toseike System, found within known Korvax space. It is an inconsequential, "backwater" Radioactive Planet located within the Ospeleshv Fringe along the edge of the Euclid Galaxy. It is known as the homeworld of the vegetation known as Toothpaste.

SummaryEdit

Litvaardpa Dummi is a moonless planet in the Toseike System. It is inundated with gamma radiation, making it inhospitable to most organisms not indigenous to the planet itself. The weather here is volatile and dangerous, and because of this the local Aeron sentinel drones are relaxed. It has a mean temperature of around 53.4°F in the daytime and 37.3°F at night, a radiation level of 6.0 - 6.4, and a toxicity level that fluctuates between 0 and 3.9.

Vegetation have figured out how to properly deal with the radiation and thus are abundant across the globe. Fauna are only found occasionally, however

HistoryEdit

Genetic TransferenceEdit

At some point during galactic history, a genetic exchange of wildlife between Litvaardpa Dummi and Zukabergo-Nama Gusuk occurred where the enslaved Korvax were forced to move various organisms via the Gek First Spawn. This exchange appears to have involved fauna (including ancestors of both the Cohore lineage and the Speckled Gekdog, as well as the Glendale Nemone) being moved to Litva and flora (specifically, an ancestor of the Spiny Toothpaste) being brought over to Zukabergo. While the underlying reasons for this exchange are not known to modern cosmic historians, the eventual outcome is clear: The Cohore ancestor served as a missing link between the Cohores and Tailshrikes of Zukabergo and the giant Bhonciero, and the Gekdog evolved into the Lobed Gekdog, which then led to the evolution of the Stegobufosuchids and Vaardpadillos. The Glendale Nemone, though a hardy species in its own right, adapted into the Dayglo Nemone. The exact species of Toothpaste brought over is unknown, but it eventually led to the Spiny Toothpaste.

LocationsEdit

  • Ergellat Marsh
    (Traveler Base)
  • Legacy of Asalog
    (Korvax Plaque)
  • Mestiloc Wetlands
    (Galactic Trade Hub)
  • Nitamo Crossing
  • Plains of Bopad
    (Homebase Hub)
  • The Buyfilti
    (Korvax Mining Camp)
  • Tribute to Dasidue
    (Korvax Plaque)
  • Vucesesmi Swamp
    (Korvax Observatory)


LifeEdit

FloraEdit

Name Color Discovered by   Brief description
Bittercup
(Tionateus pletum)
Purple-and-black striped, marigold bulbSomarinoaBittercupAn aggressive, parasitic organism that leeches most of its necessary nutrients from other nearby vegetation, letting them to only require atmospheric moisture as an external source. This moisture is gathered in their glowing bulb. They are often found alongside Scorchlips. They multiply via a marrow bulb.
Bulky Spongepus
(Oeisera osumus)
Shades of greenSomarinoaBulky SpongepusA species of spongepus. Like other spongepodes, they have a spongy coating, which they use to pull in sublimated nitrogen to feed off of. They do not have a particularly great root structure of their own, and thus rely on other species' criss-crossing roots to help hold them in place, forming a sort of symbiosis.
Dumslug
(Doylus eficiareum)
Drab brownSomarinoaDumslugA species of flora similar in structural appearance to a gastropod. They have an elongated tuber "body" underground but otherwise restricted roots. They feed via nitrogen fixation. They are calcifuge and thus cannot survive in alkaline soil.
Hot Toothpaste
(Elumima elsoe)
Peach & greenSomarinoaHot ToothpasteA species of Toothpaste that feed via nitrogen fixation. Their roots seek heat and allow the cylindrical tubes to feel hot to the touch. They reproduce by inflating their tube spikes into semi-liquid bulbs that are then lapped up and transferred via digestive systems by herbivores.
Kopocus Tree
(Kopocus doctibii)
Brown trunk with green foliageSomarinoaKopocus TreeThe Kopocus Tree are a primary flora on the planet. They are frost resistant to better survive in the colder environs of the planet, allowing them to cover the entire planet. However, they do not have a root structure and thus can easily be blown over during storms without a supporting system of roots from other, nearby vegetation. They absorb atmospheric moisture to feed.
Lithe Spongepus
(Muzeum crastus)
Green with peach tipsSomarinoaLithe SpongepusA species of Spongepus. Their spongy coating is less prominent than that of the Bulky Spongepus, as they are more focused on typical autotrophic behavior than their cousins. Their root structure is minimal but fractal, allowing them to cling quite easily to surfaces. Interestingly, they are mobile and can slowly move in order to follow the star for better photosynthesis opportunities.
Litvaangervine
(Nudreysia ixaresosa)
Black and redSomarinoaLitvaangervineA species of self-replicating Angervine which feeds via air leeching. They can survive transfer between locations by particularly nefarious sapient individuals.
Luftballoon
(Abcae iapudia)
RedSomarinoaLuftballoonA species of dangerous flora that leech enzymes out of rocks. Because of their rock placement they only need stunted roots to hold themselves in place. They hold vast numbers of spores in a "balloon" that pops to spread their numbers. These sometimes can infect local organisms, leading to a deadly disease.
Old Toothpaste
(Cagumeus xioneum)
Pale peach & mintSomarinoaOld ToothpasteA narrow-rooted species of Toothpaste which feed upon detritus and other forms of decomposition. While the main body of the flora taste like rot, their seeds are edible and even considered by some to be a delicacy.
Platfruit
(Upiae doviae)
BlueSomarinoaPlatfruitA species of vegetation closely related to the Platinum Berry found on Ilongoqungo. Despite unsupported roots, a single "plant" can live for millennia, where they spend their days photosynthesizing the starlight. They extract trace amounts of platinum from the soil, which can be found in ample amounts when their berries are harvested. These berries are elongated. The flora's stem and cup-like leaves are covered in tiny hairs.
Scorchlip
(Kithemis tonitia)
Purple-and-black striped, orange bulbSomarinoaScorchlipA symbiotic organism that latch on to other nearby vegetation, using them as a good anchoring point and as a method of attracting small microbes, while providing their hosts with extra nutrients in exchange. They feed by leaching from the surrounding air, filtering out small microbes to digest. The are notable for their pungent odor, and are often found alongside Bittercups. They multiply via a marrow bulb.
Vaardnest
(Niquerqum ceitima)
Brownish-gray stalk with green foliageSomarinoaVaardnestA single-stalked species that produce a large berry during certain times of the year. This attracts aerial species such as the Skilaks that will feed upon the berry and nest in the divot left upon its consumption. These creatures will produce free radicals via natural processes that then feed the Vaardnest. They reproduce by extending roots that loudly wail, known as Vaardrigoras.

FaunaEdit

Name Height Weight Discovered by   Brief description
Dayglo Nemone
(Paeus vilikia)
UnspecifiedUnspecifiedSomarinoaDayglo NemoneA species of Nemone brought over amd evolved from Zukabergo-Nama Gusuk stock. Their root-like structures allow them to move very slowly over time. They are unpollinated and must die to spread their young. They feed upon fermenting corpses that dot the landscape.
Bhonciero
(Eysiumeus loin)
5.9m252.37 kgSomarinoaBhoncieroThe apex herbivore on the planet, evolved from an ancestor from Zukabergo-Nama Gusuk. They are calm as nothing threatens them at adult size and heat their bodies up with a radiation-catching sail.
Dumskull
(Zigaeum acetu)
1.47m71.45kgSomarinoa

Dumskull Male

Dumskull Female

A docile species of Slateskull brought to the planet from nearby Zukabergo-Nama Gusuk and left to evolve. They live in small herds and feed upon oxide elements. Also known as the Litvaardpa Slateskulls.
Litvaardpa Palateworm
(Gaolae yondishavea)
UnspecifiedUnspecifiedSomarinoaLitvaardpa PalatewormA species of palateworm closely related to the Zinc Palateworm that can be found occasionally at the surface. They stay rooted in place by extending obtuse lobes to secure themselves, and feed by entrapping small, benthic organisms which themselves feed on zinc, giving the species a high zinc content over time. Their larvae are produced from their mouths and look like 'unstable fruit' to the casual observer, occasionally wriggling about. They are known prey of Litvaangervines.
Lobed GekdogUnspecifiedUnspecifiedSomarinoaLobed GekdogA species evolved from an unknown genetic ancestor from Zukabergo-Nama Gusuk. They live in caverns and crevasses across the surface, and are believed to be a primitive ancestor to both the Stegobufosuchids and Vaardpadillos.
Skilak
(Eswerareterae emdius)
0.69m66.02kgSomarinoaSkilakA species of aerial organisms that spend the warm summer months hunting in small packs and nesting upon the numerous Vaardnests that dot the landscape, rearing their pups. During the harsher winter months however they flock en masse into nearby caverns and huddle together for warmth, oftentimes numbering into the millions. They are omnivorous, feeding on small flying invertebrates as well as Vaardnest berries, but they require sufficient levels of oxide elements to survive.
Stegobufodile
(Bucarecusosa ahic)
3.39m141.23kgSomarinoaStegobufodileA species of large, docile grazers which feed on absorbed nutrients in local flora as well as process local radiation via their large dorsal plates.
Vaardpadillo
(Bidususii vagab)
0.7 m32.57kgSomarinoaVaardpadilloA blind, armored creature which feeds upon oxide elements. Because of their vulnerability and small stature, they are shy by nature.

IntelligentEdit

Name Height Weight Discovered by Image Brief description
KorvaxAverageUnspecifiedFirst SpawnKorvaxThe Korvax are inorganic lifeforms that inhabit metallic casings passed down from generation to generation. They believe that through mathematical study they can be raised to the level of the Atlas, and that the path to this is through the study of the Sentinels.

Each Korvax is a pure mind, a drop in their great collective Convergence. The shell they inhabit is of little significance compared to their connection to this group consciousness.

The Korvax were enslaved by the Gek First Spawn, and many still view the Gek with deep suspicion.

TravelerAverageAverageUnknownTraveler Ahrt CloseupMost Travelers have slim humanoid bodies and the same average height, but besides that their physical features can greatly vary. They have been found with cat-like, bug-like, and amphibious-like facial features, or even entirely alien.

MineralsEdit

Name Primary Element Secondary Element Discovered by   Notes
AjuabiiteIronPlutoniumSomarinoaAjuabiiteRecently Formed
BeyerhiteIronIridiumSomarinoaBeyerhiteSlow-Forming
BlenobiteIronPlatinumSomarinoaBlenobiteComplex Crystals
ButteuciteDetritumN/ASomarinoaButteuciteHard Wearing
CohediteIronPlatinumSomarinoaCohediteLow Specific Gravity
DigolditeIronN/ASomarinoaDigolditeHigh phosphate
GeysinnoiteIronGoldSomarinoaGeysinnoiteQuantum instability
HazeraiteIronGoldSomarinoaHazeraiteStrong Odor
HishoiteDetritumN/ASomarinoaHishoiteDurable
LacuspiniteIronHeridiumSomarinoaLacuspiniteQuasi-ferrous
NizzaiteDetritumN/ASomarinoaNizzaiteBiologically Active
OrutaiteIronThamium9SomarinoaOrutaiteMelts easily
QandreiteIronHeridiumSomarinoaQandreiteLow Specific Gravity
RoeddleiteIronN/ASomarinoaRoeddleiteUnnaturally Sculpted
RuizhiteIronPlatinumSomarinoaRuizhiteAncient
SoantibeIronCopperSomarinoaSoantibeSulphurous
UtovingiteDetritumN/ASomarinoaUtovingiteAbrasive
YubertineIronIridiumSomarinoaYubertineElastic

Notable ColonistsEdit

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