Star Trek: Fate of the Federation
PLANETARY SURVEY SUMMARY
1 of 2 Class “M” planets in the Chi Leonis system (cf)
NUMBER OF SATELLITES: 3
PLANETARY ROTATION: 33 hours
GRAVITY: 1.3 G || LAND: 50%
ATMOSPHERE: Thin Breathable Mix || CLIMATE: Temperate-warm
BIOSPHERE: Human miscible || POPULATION: 6,300,000
PLANETARY INDEX: 3-411020
Normal metals: 93%; special minerals: 66%;
Radioactive: 21%; gem stones: 90%;
Industrial crystals: 42%
Level 3: Equivalent of Anarchy. Lack of any form of enforced cooperation between individuals // Civilization is extinct.
Level 4: Complex mechanical designs // no large-scale environment control, no computers or computer science, no atomic power
Level 1: Control of fire // No electricity, no optics, no laws of motion
Level 1: Knowledge of basic states of matter // no classification of minerals or elements, no atomic structure theory, no organic chemistry
Level 0: None to speak of // No wide-spread herbalism, et al
Level 2: Recognition of Religion, Specialization // no social classes, no symbolic economics, no socioeconomic theory, no psychology, et al
Level 0: None to speak of.
ART & CULTURE
LENSES:When looking at a culture through Lenses, consider the kind of songs, myths, literature, jokes, and traditions that would systemically equate these ideas with goodness, correctness, well-being, and virtue.
- Greed: These aliens are enormously greedy. Status depends almost entirely upon personal wealth, and their lives are spent in accumulating the greatest stores of value possible. Some focus on production, creating the wealth for their own benefit, while others seek to make a profit on trade. Some such greedy species have intricate property laws to safeguard what is accumulated, while others are little more than bandits among their own kind, too avaricious to let law interfere with their greed.
- Tradition: This species devoutly reveres the past and the ways of their ancestors. Social interactions are stiffly ritualized, and society is ornate with the customs, traditions, and habits of their forebears. Innovations of any kind are viewed with deep suspicion, and the most favored solutions to problems are those which have been employed before. Members of this species are intensely uncomfortable when forced to exercise their own judgment, and doing so in contravention to the past is almost impossible for them. Only when faced with a completely novel situation is any degree of personal initiative likely to be shown, and even in that case, the alien will try to reconcile it to some existing tradition.
- Twisted Towers
- Hexagonal Foundations
- Moldings on Walls
- Squared Support Piers
- Corbelled Arches
- Balconies and Overlooks
RELIGION: Details Unknown.
Tribal. Details unknown.