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A warm J-Class world located in the Fornax Dwarf Galaxy and homeworld of the Snadx. The Molkor know it as Saen.


The third planet of the twin suns it orbits, Dasezt (RS 8415-7-7-2145-20 in 9.7.4 beta patch 5) has a diameter of 130397.6 km and a gravity of 1.4 G. It has a semimajor axis of 0.5 Au and is tidally locked, orbiting its twin suns every 103.5 days.

Like its sister planet of Hathia it is 9.97 billion years old. It has 22 moons, one of which, named Vandrn by the Molkor, is a hot D-Class world.


A gas giant, the atmospheric pressure of this world is over one million ATM. The average temperature of Dasezt is 84.6 °C. Having no axial tilt at all and being tidally locked, one side always faces their twin suns while the other is perpetually shrouded in darkness.


Life on Dasezt began over 4 billion years ago when an asteroid carrying microbial life fell into the planet’s atmosphere. Instead of dying it landed harmlessly on a thick later of hard ice clouds and began to evolve. These life forms adapted to their new environment and, amazingly, became oxygen breathers due to the layer of clouds they lived in being mostly an atmosphere remarkably similar to that of most terrestrial worlds.

Eventually the Snadx emerged and became the dominant form of life within their layer of clouds. They were hunter gatherers for many thousands of years until they began to build massive ice cities out of the many ice storms on the dark side of their world.

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Dasezt from Saen

They are, for the most part, unaware of the outside world as they have a technology level similar to that of the middle ages Earth. When the Molkor kidnapped a few of them for study, the Snadx accused one another of kidnapping and went to war that encompassed the whole planet.

After this war a lasting peace was established when it was confirmed that invaders from above had taken them.


Currently the 932 million inhabitants of Dasezt live in a global feudal state, with many small kingdoms and empires pocketing their world. These kingdoms have been in a state of peace for many hundreds of local years but are no strangers to war. 

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