Tal System Description
Tal is one of the most iconic Xi’An systems. Designed to act as a Production System, each planet has been meticulously zoned to handle a different type of business. The intricate planning even includes assigning a specific color for each planet to use in its architecture. Four of Tal’s seven-planets are habitable and open to Human visitors. The Xi’An strongly discourage Humans from venturing past Rhiorr (Tal V), the last inhabited planet in the system.
- Tal I
A mesoplanet with a surface pockmarked by craters from mining probes. Though attempts have been made, no resources have yet been discovered.
Oli'Sha - Tal II
Oli’Sha is the system’s technology hub. Its factories produce some of the most advanced ship parts in the universe. This terraformed terrestrial world has earned the nickname “The Hive” by Human visitors due to all the buildings being accented in yellow.
Luk'Shi - Tal III
Luk’Shi is the Tal System’s cultural heart. Considered the most Human-friendly planet in the system, its vibrant culinary scene and textile industry draws a steady stream of visitors and traders to the planet. The Xi’An also use this naturally habitable w
Lishahvu - Tal IV
This naturally habitable terrestrial planet has trace amounts of acid in its atmosphere. For that reason, the Xi’An decided to limit the number of visitors to the planet and place large hydrogen and antimatter processing plants here, making Lishahvu an ap
Rhiorr - Tal V
Rhiorr is a terraformed terrestrial world with factories churning out advanced weapons for personal and ship armament. Even though it is technically a weapons planet, a strong military presence keeps crime to a minimum.
- Tal VI
This super-Earth is too far away from the system’s star to sustain life, so since habitation was not an option, the planet’s vast resources reportedly have been mined clean by the Xi’An. Over the previous centuries its mineral deposits have provided resou
- Tal VII
A prismatic gas giant with four thick, colored bands of rolling clouds. The colors assigned to each of Tal’s inhabited planets come from the colors of these clouds.
Name Type Size Habitable Membership Designation STAR 1056325 NO 0 Tal PLANET 1135 NO 2404 Tal I Oli'Sha PLANET 6051 YES 2196 Tal II Luk'Shi PLANET 7044 YES 2389 Tal III Lishahvu PLANET 5884 YES 2532 Tal IV Rhiorr PLANET 7920 YES 2188 Tal V PLANET 11048 NO 2393 Tal VI PLANET 59887 NO 2336 Tal VII Jump Points Pallas Primary Intrest Production System Secondary Intrest Technology, Agriculture, Mining, Weapons Manafacturing Divisional Intrest