A temperate E-Class world located 3353.3 light years from Algwethmai, Ali'yoshulake (RS 8584-63-6-65136-440 A4 in 9.7.3.) has a diameter of 29242.8 km giving it a gravity of 2.4. It orbits its parent sun at a distance of 0.8 AU giving it a year length of 277 days. The day length of the planet is 10 hours and 11 minutes. The world has nine moons. The planet, along with the system, is 5.8 billion years old.
With a mean temperature of 12.8 °C and an atmospheric pressure of only 0.32, plus an axial tilt of 143° and 3’ the planet has a rather violent climate with storms raging over the forested planet nearly constantly. It has a nitrogen-oxygen atmosphere.
The world is covered by massive forests with only a few small landlocked seas. The tree trunks are thick and sturdy and much shorter than normal terrestrial forests.
Ali'yoshulake culture is based on a stubborn reliance on tradition, religion and ceremony. The planet may be all forest but the inhabitants haven’t even thought to spread beyond their great city of Harthost, the first and only city.
The first Tha-ro evolved over 800 thousand years ago near their current city and immediately established a small settlement on the island, naming it Harthost. Over the millennium they spread farther out from their initial settlement and built stronger buildings to defend against the massive storms. Due to the gravity it’s hard to make tall buildings so the city has had to expand over the years. It spread until the massive city spread across to the west. Then the city began to spread outwards.
When they were discovered over five hundred years ago by the Githu, the culture of Ali'yoshulake was the same as it is today, over 120 million people living in the ever expanding city of Harthost which is located all around a mid-northern body of water that had an island near its eastern shore. The island is the location of the massive palace. The Githo saw the potential in them as grunts that they could use in manual labor and in wars and began enslaving them.
The Tha-ro resisted but the superior technology of the Githo prevailed and they signed a treaty that let the Githo take a quarter of the newborns every year.