Because I did one for witches, I figured I might as well do one for aliens too! Although we won't hear as much about these beings... thought it might be fun to speculate idk
☉ The Solarian System, located in the Orion–Cygnus Arm of the Milky Way Galaxy (within the Virgo Supercluster), is filled with quadrillions of inhabitants. It has 13 planets and 180 moons. Inhabitants are called Solarians. The System is divided in four sections: Petræ, Ær, Extorris, and Fengária.
→ Planets in this section are terrestrial. Inhabitants are often seen as simple-minded and ignorant of the cosmos at large.
☿ Mercury: known locally as Vojaĝanto. very fast life spans (80 days), very fast reproduction, metallic silver outside, liquid beings, freeze up during the day and melts during the night (nocturnal creatures). communication with each other is done via pheromones. asexual reproduction.• Ær
♀ Venus: known locally as Fekundeco. brightly colored humanoids, emits phosphorescence, communicates in light signals, the tallest of adults reach roughly 3.5ft in height, worshiping of swamp-like plants, four arms, have rough scales over body, no sensory organ for smell, people live under the water in the swamps. lifespans unknown. young hatch out of eggs buried under sand.
♁ Earth: is called Jörð by the others in this section, and Tellus by the outer sections.
♂ Mars: known locally as Kuraĝon. 'invisible' humanoid species that camouflaged themselves into their environment to keep invaders away. said to be very paranoid and eager to start wars. life spans are roughly 200 years. more males than females. polyandrous. biological reproduction.
→ Planets in this section are gaseous. Inhabitants here are the “superpowers” of the Solarian System. They see themselves as a sort of united police force, and have the technology and firepower to back this claim up.
♃ Jupiter: known locally as Tondroreĝo. beings look similar to Portuguese Man o War. Ammonia based lifeforms. Life spans are ~300 years, possibly more. Reproduction is similar to pollination. Harem species. The smallest of species are 7 miles in length, 3 miles in body height, and 10 miles in tail length. Communication is done telepathically. Is in constant war with other minor species of the planet- these species resembles turtle, octopi, and snails, respectively.• Extorris
♄ Saturn: known locally as Riĉeco. worms the size of skyscrapers with wings. communication is done telepathically. life spans are anywhere from 500 to 800 years. reproduction is done through a series of interpretative dances. said to be a very lively species. best comedians in the galactic section.
♅ Uranus: known locally as Ĉielopatro.
♆ Neptune: known locally as Akvo. humanoid species, similar looking to uranians. in addition to powerful legs to ‘swim’ through the atmosphere, they also have a powerful tail.
→ Planets in this section are much farther out than the other eight, and thus, are often discriminated against by inhabitants in the closer sections. Furthermore, they are often left out from political discussions. Because of these reasons, the inhabitants here have negative feelings towards the closer sections.
⊕ Pluto: known locally as Ricevilodanimoj. creatures made of ice, that live under the icy surface. they look like giant amethysts. tend to move slow. reproduction via osmosis.• Fengária
⊕ Ceres: known locally as Kultivaĵoj. species similar to martians.
⊕ Quaoar: known locally as Lifarisĝin. species similar to plutonians.
⊕ Haumea: known locally as Akuŝo. species similar to plutonians; physically larger and stronger. they eat fire. monosexual, “female”. biological reproduction between two females gives two to four ‘children’.
⊕ Makemake: known locally as Kreinto. species similar to plutonians, except with wings. heavier, more rocky looking. monosexual, “male”. biological reproduction between two males gives two to four ‘children’.
⊕ Eris: known locally as Malkonkordo. shape-shifting bug species. planet suffered mass exodus millenia ago. current status unknown.
⊕ Sedna: known locally as Stampifingroj. species resembles a cross between horses, humans, and fish. polygamous. lifespan unknown. reproduction unknown.
→ This section is reserved for inhabitants that live on the satellites of planets from the other sections. Although there are hundreds of known moons in the Solarian System, only 180 of them are considered actual moons. However, roughly 13 of them have actual inhabitants living on them. These are typically seen as colonies of their ‘parent planet’.
☾♃ Io (Vagantebovino)
☾♃ Europa (Taŭroreĝino)
☾♃ Ganymede (Agloamanto)
☾♃ Callisto (Ursojsteloj)
☾♄ Enceladus (Tertremo)
☾♄ Tethys (Riveropatrina)
☾♄ Titan (Gigagefratoj)
☾♅ Titania (Feinoreĝino)
☾♅ Oberon (Ruzoreĝo)
☾♆ Triton (Maroviro)
☾⊕ Charon (Pramisto)
☾⊕ Nix (Noktovirino)
☾⊕ Dysnomia (Maljusteco)