Garmiwala is an odd planet; it is the sole example of its kind to harbor complex life despite liquid water comprising a fraction of its surface. Little larger than Mars, its low gravity may explain its current state of aridity, having lost most of its moisture to space over the eons. Nevertheless, life still thrives on this hot, arid planet, especially in its brief wet period, where its many salt flats are transformed into vast natural mirrors. Its low gravity has also allowed for the evolution of true giants, which are seen wandering the salt flats during this season.

However, the truly unique element of this planet may be what passes off as its native flora. In contrast to conventional trees, Garmiwala tree-analogs have a mobile larva stage which also serves similar niches occupied by birds and insects on Earth.

This entry was made by the Lore Master


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