AMATHONIA

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AMATHONIA

BIOGRAPHY

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BIOGRAPHY

Amathonia is the lone planet orbiting the star of Amath, in the Celestial Sea’s Inner-Rim. It is an integral member of the Galapeon Commonwealth and is considered by many as the cultural melting pot of the Celestial Sea. It is the most technologically advanced world and home to science and innovation for the Celestial Democracy, attracting many of the most skilled workers in the galaxy and boasting the greatest, most diverse nightlife infrastructure. 

Amathonia
Amathonia

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BIOGRAPHY

Amathonia is the inter-galactic hotspot of trade and activity, set up by the Syndicates from Gal who began colonising the planet during the rise of Celestial Democracy, approximately 500 years ago. By modern standards, Amathonia is the most ethnically diverse world in the Celestial Sea, hosting species from across the entire galaxy under its deep purple skies.

Life on Amathonia
Life on Amathonia

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Amathonia is without doubt the most appealing world in the Galapeon Commonwealth, not without its fair share of danger, but certainly a lot less hostile than Gal. It is the undisputed capital of nightlife in the Celestial Sea, a world where freedom of expression is celebrated above all. Many consider it the centre of inter-galactic culture, the world of dreams.

Life on Amathonia
Life on Amathonia

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The ringed planet also runs an open border policy, inviting those of all walks of life onto its ever illuminated streets. Many musicians and performers gravitate towards Amathonia due to the huge demand for quality entertainment. Establishments range in all shapes and sizes, each catering to different audiences, suited to the seemingly infinite variety of entertainment on offer.

Establishment on Amathonia
Establishment on Amathonia

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Whilst the original Syndicates still stand on Amathonia, many of them have become culturally diversified, with other CD member states establishing their own organisations and communities on the planet. Syndicates on Amathonia have generally become less concerned with trivial strife and more interested in business, especially the entertainment business, in which the world’s economy thrives.

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