Written by the world's discoverer, these five lines from the poem describe Whiterain’s most notable aspects. Despite the punishing white light from its F-class star, the world is full of life. Frequent tectonic activity brings all kinds of strange minerals to the surface, theorized to be the reason for her strange colors. Although the origins of life on this world are as of yet unknown, scientists are optimistic we will soon find an answer, as the ecosystem is still very young.It's strange mineral composition has baffled scientists. The larger moon, Barmay, is a barren desert world. Aside from a few rich metal deposits, the world has gone largely unnoticed. The smaller moon, Deterrence, however, is a bizarre world unlike any other discovered so far. The atmosphere is mostly comprised of phosphorous trioxide, phosphoric acid vapor and phosphine. On top of that, due to a greenhouse effect, it’s searingly hot at roughly 160 degrees Celsius. So far, no-one has yet attempted to land on the ultra-hostile moon.
I like making alien worlds.
I guess I'm a bit of an alien myself. I'm mostly human but a bit of my brain must have gotten scrambled during transit. Don't worry, I'm here to observe. That said, I am a bit of a rebel, so I have broken my prime directive. I have taken it upon myself to share my wisdom with humanity. All of it will make sense in a thousand years from now. (I hope)
As I'm also a bit of an artist, not to brag, I will prove my alien-ness by sharing with you stories of the many different worlds I have visited in my home galaxy, in hopes I may one day find another being from there might recognize them and find me.
In any case, I have revealed enough. Now go forth and prosper.