Home to many sentient alien species extinct or living, Sirris VI is a safe haven of life. It is home to the Gunja and was once home to the Deceivers before they abandoned it in favor of staying hidden from the galactic community. Many other pseudo-human species evolved on this planet but went extinct before they could achieve space travel.
This planet is the second planet of the Sanctum Star System; despite looking as though the whole planet is a badlands when viewed from space, it is in a habitable zone and is teaming with life - it simply appears that way because the majority of plant life is orange rather than green. Sirris VI's hydrosphere is 79% water and 31% ice. The equator is as uninhabitable as the polar ice caps due to Sirris VI's relatively insubstantial tilt; despite this, however, areas between the equator and ice caps have provided an adequate environment to foster life and thus have allowed ecosystems to expand out to these biomes as well.
Sirris VI is life rich and has a number of diverse biomes with complex ecosystems, including jungles, woodlands, tundras, mountain ranges, two polar ice caps, tropical isles, and deep oceans. Almost everywhere on the planet, plants are shades of orange and brown with occasional tints of yellow and red.
The jungles of Sirris VI are vast and thick, yet sandwiched between the deserts, tundras, and oceans around them. Plant life bares similarities to the expected (ignoring that all of it is orange rather than green), including large trees and small shrubs, however, there are some notable species. One is a subterranean plant that literally lifts the earth up from above it. Similar to the woodlands, a small succulent stepable thrives in jungles and many other biomes; from a distance, it almost looks like fallen autumn leaves - and some would consider this plant to be Sirris VI's own grass. Many jungles of Sirris VI have also adopted a unique ecology where many plants and some animals benefit from bio-luminescence.
In terms of animals, an aggressive and persistent family of predators had made their way to the top due to pseudo-humans thriving on Sirris VI for quite some time: Man-eaters. These creatures sustained themselves on almost nothing but the flesh of intelligent animals and had the brain and brawn to boast it; fortunately, though, most of these man-eating species have been extinct for a long time due to the heavy decline of the pseudo-human population. Some ancient cousins still remain, but they aren't nearly as violent and usually hunt other animals; although this doesn't mean they won't attempt to hunt a pseudo-human, they will not do so if it isn't in their best interest.
The Gunja have a thousand or so relatively primitive cities underneath the planet's surface.
The following sections contain details about the various physical aspects of Sirris VI.
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