Kaminari (Survival)

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The subject of this article is from the Pathfinder update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 10 August, 2017.
Kaminari (Survival)
Kaminari (Survival)
Galaxy Euclid
Region Rentocniijik Expanse
Star system HUB-V-158 Todoroki
Biome Barren - Cold Desert
Weather Dry Gusts
Resources Au, Cu, Sp
Sentinels Average
Flora Abundant
Fauna Nonexistent
Discovered by Deathomatic9000
Updated Pathfinder

Kaminari is a planet in the HUB-V-158 Todoroki system.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Kaminari is a mostly empty desert planet, notable for its large cubic rock formations known as the "Kaminari Prisons". It lies in a three-way co-orbital resonance with Aizawa and Ayoama (together called the Todoroki Triplets) and shares a similar climate with each. Kaminari and Aizawa also have an extremely similar geologic makeup, leading scientests to speculate that they may be the remnants of a much larger protoplanet which was fragmented by a collision with another object early in the development of the Todoroki system.

Atmosphere and climate[edit | edit source]

Kaminari's orbit places it as the furthest Triplet from the sun for just over 50% of the year, and thus it has the coolest climate of the three. Daytime temperatures average -17.8 °C, falling to -54.9 °C at night. Heatstorms induced by solar activity are common.

Kaminari Prisons[edit | edit source]

This section is Fan Fiction. The information found here is not an actual part of the released game, but a user-invented addition to the wiki.

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In folklore, the prisons were built by a sentient race preceding the Vy'keen on Kaminari, who used them to imprison their gods. The people then became lazy and decadent, allowing the prisons to deteriorate until the gods escaped and destroyed all life on the planet in revenge.

Multiple possible explanations for the prisons have been proposed by scientists. The most widely accepted is that they are the remains of crystalline structures formed in the aftermath of the Kaminari-Aizawa collision (or some other sufficiently energetic event) that have since evaporated. This theory does not explain, however, why similar structures are absent from Aizawa.

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