Celestial Bodies

The universe works in mysterious ways. The strange physics that move our world are as yet unknowable, although diviners, astrologists, and scientists have tried to make sense of the cosmos since time immemorial.
In one small pocket of infinity, there is a solar system with two suns – a Greater Sun and a Lesser Sun. These two gas giants dance around each other, and many planets are caught in their wake, forced to dance with them.
The largest and most notable planet is called Bara Druu. If you have been to the Sol system, Bara Druu is similar to Earth, although roughly four times the size. Revolving around Bara Druu are three moons, Peridot, Onyx and, of course, Tabaxi. At one time, all three moons were colonized by the Empire of Bara Druu, but a terrible War ceased communication between Tabaxi and the rest of the Empire – there is no definite evidence of life still existing on the planet or the other moons.
The Constellations are said to govern mystic energies. They are pictures drawn with prominent stars. Some are inherited from the Empire of Bara Druu, and others are from Ancient Tabaxi peoples.
Tabaxi has a year defined by its position in relation to both Bara Druu and the two suns. The most common Calendar divides this year into ten thirty-day months. A day lasts roughly twenty-four hours. There are Other Calendars, but it is generally agreed that each year begins and ends with the total eclipse of both suns.

Celestial Bodies

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