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February 06, 2006

Planetary Postcard: Munjo

Visit far away planets in the Star Wars Roleplaying Resources exclusive feature, Planetary Postcard! As you explore the galaxy in this feature, remember, wish you were here!

Munjo
Planet Type: Terrestrial
Climate: Hot
Terrain: Volcanic, few "safe" spots
Atmosphere: Breathable
Gravity: 1.20 (Standard)
Diameter: 4215km
Length of Day: 20 standard hours
Length of Year: 324 local days
Sentient Species: Human
Languages: Basic
Population: 128
Species Mix: Human 99.9%
Government: None
Major Exports: None
Major Imports: None
System/Star Name: Huáng
Planet....................Type.............Moons
Marpol..................Terrestrial............0
New Huáng Dí­ .....Terrestrial.............0
Huáng Dí­ ..............Terrestrial.............0
Munjo...................Terrestrial.............2

Region: Unknown Space

Description

Munjo is a volcanic planet, and appears to be reddish black from space. It has two moons, Selventia and Bosquetino. Both are thriving forest and jungle moons.

History

Munjo as a planet, practically is history. It once was a planet full of life, but about 200 years ago, the volcanoes began to take the planet over. Huáng Dí­ sent over ships to ferry many of the inhabitants to the two moons. Many of the more prominent people of Munjo traveled to Selventia, the jungle moon. As these people had the most power, the Huáng Dí­ Empire made them pay for the favor of the ferries. The new Selventians promised that they would sell all children born with blonde or red hair to the Huáng Dí­ Empire. The Bosquetinos got out of the deal easier. The Huáng Dí­ Empire comes over to collect a rare fruit from the moon.

The humans of the two moons have grown to hate each othcompetitione competetion. They hating relationship has never reached the point of violence. They have the Munjo games, every two years, where athletes from both moons compete in various sports and games.
The real attraction to Munjo, is the search for the Crown of Kings. Search teams from both planets have been searching for this ancient artifact for over five years. The crown was the symbol of power from the old days, when life existed on Munjo. Now, the moons believe that the crown will bring them luck if they find it.



This postcard from Huáng Dí­ isn't the only one coming from the Huáng Dí­ system. Keep coming back to Star Wars Roleplaying Resources to see more of this system, and the powerful Huáng Dí­ Empire!

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