Lore sets the score # 1: The three


Thousands of planets endlessly float in the Zh’eev-Oth sector. Some too young to utter life, many too old to produce new sentient beings… but only three planets in their perfect age to make a difference in the vast cold universe.

Three planets: Bul’hee, Rh’ubba and Oh-vi… this is where our story begins.

Where heroes and villains are born.

Where heroes and villains are born.


The smallest of the three, this green planet surprises by being the most fertile one, continuously bringing life to new intelligent sentient races. Over 20 different people with their separate politics, counties, histories, religions and beliefs, Oh-Vi quickly became a crowded place where too many different opinions clashed into wars that lasted hundreds of years. The inhabitants of Oh-vi quickly abandoned their prosperous nature entangling themselves in the internal conflicts. This made them forsake their adventurous spirits. Thus they never visited other planets. One scientist (going by the name of Whal) however, did leave determined to share his knowledge with new races that were willing to listen. Knowing that his life will soon come to an end, he chose Rh’ubba as his new home because Bul’hee was hidden under a cloak of mystery he was to old to unveil.


The middle-sized planet that contained all the colors of nature. Pink forests and grasslands, red fertile soil, violet mountains and blue seas, green skies,  greenish glowing crystals and yellow mist. All of this was common on Rh’ubba. The dominant race known as the Rhubbers fully committed themselves in mining the valuable green crystals creating various sorts of food out of them. Consuming only this type of somewhat radioactive food, the Rhubbers mutated and developed more muscular bodies and two more arms evolving into even more efficient miners. Besides work, these people didn’t knew much. Their homes were the mines and they led peaceful lives never striving to explore the stars or create some advanced technology. But their lives are about to change.



For thousands of years Bul’hee was a giant silent planet. What roamed beneath its bluish islands and icy mountains was unknown and no matter if there were predators in the waters or harmless herbivores in the hills, the circle of life went on and on without creating a dominant race that would conquer others. This natural way of coexistence ended however when an ancient race called “Eed” scanned Bul’hee and found that it was suitable for colonization. A highly ritualistic people, the Eed did not bring an armada. Instead they sent a single ship with one male and one female Eed. As their ancient custom, this couple should breed and spread the Eed race slowly. Adapting to the planet’s climate and life conditions they would evolve once again, they would recreate technology with the resources given, they would defend against nature’s disasters or any other races who dwell above or bellow the surface. Only if they survive will the Eed race move on. Only then will it truly change and really evolve. On some planets the couple would have thousands of children eating away all the resources of the planet taking everything by force, while on others science would flourish and endless stream of energy would be created. Every time a new extension of the Eed race is created. They have done this ritual thousands of times before and they have succeeded every single time, becoming stronger, smarter and faster in dominating the galaxy.


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