"Wa-Strionarh has to be one of our most important planets... Its sheer economic value, population, and intricacy rivals that of even Lowrokira... So many new challenges were fought and beaten here, cementing Zythanity as an interstellar species. The rewards of which were just boundless. As a member of the LZF Core Worlds, Wa-Strionarh has simply propelled itself since its humble beginnings. This world has played an important part of many people's lives, I am sure of it..." - Brirbon Totacku, Rhicksha Lieutenant of Colonization. (Circa 199983 CE)
Wa-Strionarh is a temperate lacustrine sub-terra, located in the Lowzyol Federation. It is further located in Peleunsk, astronomically nearby the Zythyn homeworld of Lowrokira. Wa-Strionarh is mostly known for its high economic output, as well as its high population, high development levels, and vast urban complexes.
Standing as one of the oldest Zythyn-colonized worlds, Wa-Strionarh is highly developed and cherished by the population as a testament to time. Countless additions from history have been placed around since its colonial days.
Wa-Strionarh is classified as a high-priority planet by the LZF Core Worlds, and as a result has been given state-level protection and insurance against foreign or homeland issues. Wa-Strionarh is also given exceptional access to LZF Core World affairs and decisions.
The population of Wa-Strionarh is rather large for a non-ecumenopolis, containing approximately 34.1 billion people from many different backgrounds. As of 200000 CE, the population of Wa-Strionarh has stood stable, with seasonal rises in tourism and temporary living.
Wa-Strionarh Is one of the only planets near Lowrokira to contain a foreign majority in population. In this case, the foreigners are the Rhicksha people, a species who's homeworld strongly reflects Wa-Strionarh.
The content of the Strionarian population contains thousands of species, coming from countless across the Local Universe. a table of the most numerous species are below:
|Rhicksha||Rhicksha are the most populous species on Wa-Strionarh. Arriving soon after the War for Peleunsk, the Rhicksha grew fond of Wa-Strionarh, as it much resembled their home planet. As a result, they have also flourished on the surface. Environmental engineering by the Lowzyol Federation has made it even closer to their homeworld, making the population about Rhicksha-dominant. The Rhicksha implanted their own cultures millennia ago, as customs and religions belonging to the Rhicksha are commonplace.||32%|
|Zythyns||Zythyns are the second most numerous species on Wa-Strionarh. First colonizing the planet in 371 BCE, they have since flourished and expanded across the land. Wa-Strionarh was initially hostile to Zythyns, until they built bio-engineered cities. They soon made the planet to fit more to the Rhicksha's homeworld.||19%|
|Timporians||Timporians are a lesser numerous species on Wa-Strionarh, which stems from many differences from their homeworld. Most Timporians that arrive on Wa-Strionarh are upper-class, meaning that they wish to expand and grow the economy. Many Timporian entrepreneurs were born on or near Wa-Strionarh, gradually making it the home of many major businesses.||8%|
|Humans||Humans are a minor species on Wa-Strionarh, which results from intergalactic distance and incompatibility. Many Humans which come to or are born on Wa-Strionarh are likely tourists, or ones with a temporary life on the planet. Many of them also reside in the centrifugal orbital stations around Wa-Strionarh.||4%|
|Thruuncuin||Taking kindly to business opportunities, the AICS admitted a section of their population to make home in the Commonwealth of United Economic Nations. As Wa-Strionarh is near the capital of Lowrokira, it has garnered a lot of attention by local Thruuncuin people, who wish to partake in business.||1%|
|Others||The rest of the Strionarian population is divided into small sections, most of which are from foreign nations. Notable members of this include the Sah'ors, Rexlorians, Xentraxians, and Xcathli.||36%|
The culture of Wa-Strionarh is very diverse and unique, which comes from the many differing members of the population. Thousands of religions and customs are practiced on Wa-Strionarh constantly. The cultures on Wa-Strionarh often blend into others, creating large mega-cultures. On the surface, holidays for specific cultures are celebrated every day.
The political culture of Wa-Strionarh is also very diverse, with members of the population coming from all around the political spectrum. Most people Wa-Strionarh believe in the Commonwealth ideals of government-mandated healthcare, education, and other programs. However, its economic tendencies has left much of the business-owning population in the favor of free markets, allowing the people to more or less control the local economy with supply and demand.
Secondary beliefs such as increased government-mandated programs or full-government control are not uncommon, as it often shows up online or in passing. Other more extreme or complex beliefs are also expressed thoroughly in private or public.
Formerly standing as a military and trading planet, Wa-Strionarh has since changed into a purely economic world, with thousands of interplanetary businesses. Wa-Strionarh is even the center of a major antimatter factory belonging to Takanashi Antimatter. Other businesses such as Tundra have also cashed in, seeing Wa-Strionarh as a foreign goldmine. However, any corporation must follow Commonwealth guidelines, which restricts them politically.
The total economy of Wa-Strionarh is one of the highest in the Commonwealth, rivaling and sometimes surpassing that of Lowrokira. Wa-Strionarh specializes in the production of antimatter energy, entertainment products, and lower produce companies as seen by its farming sectors. Wa-Strionarh is also responsible for the safe-keeping of many family-owned businesses in more rural areas.
Virtually being the center of the LZF economy, Wa-Strionarh has attracted countless business owners across the Commonwealth and Confederacy, which make up much of the upper-class population. Its economy even takes interest of the Quintet Puontari Federation, which has sent their own force of business owners.
There are numerous sectors on Wa-Strionarh, which are based around population, resource production, and general climate. There are 12 sectors on the surface, with deep histories, vast cultural impacts, and diverse populations. The urban sectors on Wa-Strionarh are the most developed, with many businesses flourishing in the city skylines. The rural sectors are still well developed, with many small businesses and sparse cities populating the landscapes. However, they are much less wealthy than the urban ones. These rural areas are also larger to compensate for population density.
A comprehensive list of the most prominent sectors are below:
- Vozz-Sormrol Sector
The Vozz-Sormrol Sector is the most wealthy and urban of any sector. The Vozz-Sormrol Sector is also the smallest, encompassing the capital city of Vozz-Sormrol. With its sheer wealth, The Vozz-Sormrol Sector is able to sustain itself greatly, and influence nearby sectors with its sheer monetary value.
The Vozz-Sormrol Sector, replacing all terrain under it, is very flat if buildings were removed. However, the original land that it sat on was quite hilly, with soft and malleable hills dotting the landscape. There was also a serrated shoreline, since replaced by the urban wonders of Vozz-Sormrol.
- Ryonomiyr Sector
The Ryonomiyr Sector is the largest sector on Wa-Strionarh, encompassing approximately 19% of the land area. The Ryonomiyr sector is rather rural, but still contains many vast cities. Much of the land in the Ryonomiyr Sector has been flattened and used for agriculture, cities, as well as industrial districts. The old land beneath the Ryonomiyr Sector had many impassible alpine mountains, which have since been used for resources and building material.
The Ryonomiyr Sector primarily has small businesses, though many factories and industrial areas are claimed by large companies. Especially isolated areas are usually reserved for farming or power generation.
(To be continued...)