Okila is a temperate O-Class planet located near Barnard's Loop at about 1520 light years. Orbiting a G6 V type star, life near the surface of the ocean resemble the green-like plants found on Earth. Life at the bottom of the ocean is completely different from Earth life. 

Okila and its moon Ixona (the largest).

It is the homeworld of the Eekiars, an early-Type I civilization. They have only begun to venture past their solar system.

Also known as RS 8409-1353-7-1373696-143 4 (in beta patch 6).


Discovered in 3014 by Humanity, the planet was first intended to become a human colony until the Eekiars were discovered. After three years of conflict with Eekiars, the two civilizations signed a peace treaty, bringing peace and justice between both civilizations. In 3019, the Eekiars and Humans began sharing colonies, allowing their citizens to freely move around their cities and live in them. The population of Okila is currently 14 billion.


Okila, on the surface, is calm with wind speeds of roughly 6 mph to 12 mph, rarely reaching 24 mph. Almost every day, about a thousand meteorites burn up in the atmosphere. All of them are smaller than 10 cm. A meteorite about 10 meters will enter the atmosphere about every 50 years and a meteorite about 100 meters or more will enter the atmosphere every century. In the last 1,000 years, eleven asteroids, one of them about 440 meters in diameter, had impacted the planet, producing tsunami's about 250 meters in height.


Ixona as viewed from the upper atmosphere of Okila.

Dive further down into the ocean and you'll begin to see life. The ocean is about 35 km deep. At this deep, temperatures reach 388 C and a pressure of 17.8 Earth's. The sea bed is home to almost a million volcanoes, more than half of them are active and only three of them are supervolcanoes. The sea bed is covered in a thick fog that reaches an altitude of 300 meters.  

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