Soon after its discovery, to the disappointment of terraforming companies vying for the rights, surveyors identified a sentient species on Genesis II. The Fair Chance Act was invoked and scientists began to observe its evolution with great interest. Recent hostilities between two of the planets species have made some questions whether the FCA's strict non-intervention policy should be amended.
Genesis I Edit
With no atmosphere to protect it, the surface of this mesoplanet is covered in craters from frequent asteroid bombardment.
Genesis II Edit
Protected under the Fair Chance Act.
A terrestrial world featuring continents interspersed with oceans. Teeming with sentient species, Genesis II has been placed under the protection by the Fair Chance Act and heavily studied by scientists. Recently, a cephalopod-like ocean creature has begun to explore the planet's landmasses, sparking violent confrontations with the dominant land-based species. Even though the FCA bans intervention under any circumstance, scientists and academics are embroiled over the morality of permitting an interspecies war to occur under their watch.
Genesis III Edit
A massive ice giant in the far reaches of the system.