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Sector Kelos Sector
System Venipere System
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Population 20.1 Billion
Largest city Port Imperial
System(s) of measurement Kuantos
Currency Imperial Bill (IBL)
GDP 895 Billion IBL
Industry Military and Jewellery
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The planet of Veniphon is a medium-sized planet, known for its rich and deep metal deposits. Kelosians lived there for a long time, but ideology was far different than that on Crystaldeep. Veniphon is also well known as the "big brother" of Vodiron.

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Natural Satellites

  • Veroe (1st Moon)
  • Ventr (2nd Moon)


Veniphon has always been a busy planet stuck in a secluded area. It has been home to Kelosians who have lived there for centuries, and it is home to one of the uncontested empires in the System. Home to the Empire of Imperialia, it has provided enough resources for the Kelosians there to thrive and prosper. Ever since the Kelosians there developed the mentality that all other creatures were slaves and they themselves being the most superior, the other neighbouring tribes on the planet were either wiped out or controlled by the Kelosians. With complete control ove rthe whole planet, Kelosians expanded into every corner of the planet, from Catrose to Glawes.


Veniphon has 4 continents and 3 archipelagoes:


  • Catrose
  • Froytew
  • Baslt
  • Dawmia


  • Catrose South
  • Bolyerm
  • Glawes

Catrose is the biggest continent on the planet, formed around the equator. To the south is Catrose South, the largest archipelago on the planet, consisting of more than 4,000 islands. Bolyerm is the smallest archipelago, with only 650 islands, and is sandwiched between Baslt and Catrose. Baslt is connected to Dawmia through Glawes, and to the south of Glawes lies Froytew. Froytew is the smallest landmass, mainly covered with forests. It is infamous for its tropical monsoons. Baslt and Dawmia are about the same size, with Dawmia containing many lakes. The river Ballast runs through Baslt and into Bolyerm, and is the only river on Veniphon. Kelosians rely on many fresh springs and mineral water to survive on Catrose.


Circa 16, 700 years ago[]

The first Kelosians set up tiny villages in Catrose. Villages are unified later. 5 big cities form around the heart of Catrose. Kelosians live peacefully with tribes.

3,000 years ago[]

Kelosians have disputes with the neighbouring tribes. More Kelosians coem in and settle in the 5 cities. Kelosians outnumber the tribes 145:1, and invade the tribes. War starts and Kelosians go around conquering others and gaining themselves slaves.

1st Imperial Year[]

Kelosians take over the whole planet. The cities are now extremely overcrowded. Many move out and found another 200 new cities and towns. Catrose becomes heavily populated.

56th Imperial Year[]

Port Imperial is founded. It is the biggest city so far but the Capital is at Sydonis, ever since the 1st Imperial Year. Kelosians start developing all over the planet, forests are chopped down and new freshwater lakes are formed.

890th Imperial Year.[]

All the continents and archipelaoes are overcrowded. A ghasty drought kills many in Froytew.

953th Imperial Year[]

Veniphon is overcrowded. Kelosians move out and start invading into Vodiron.