Every sci-fi galaxy should have planets, right?
1. Aaral
Description:  A large rocky planet with high gravity and a thin atmosphere. The atmosphere only extends about 1 mile above sea level, and many mountain tops are exposed to the vacuum of space. Native flora and fauna live in the deep valleys between mountain ranges. Many of these valleys are isolated, causing an interest amount of biodiversity.
2. Boral
Description:A lush jungle planet considerably larger than Earth. The atmosphere contains unusually high concentrations of methane.
3. Pussa Nora
Description: An ocean world with a breathable nitrogen/oxygen atmosphere. Bunch of tiny islands rise above the waves. While the ocean is teeming with life, no life-forms have yet to colonize the land.
4. Novastall
Description: It's different everywhere; snowy in the North, but changes from rainforests to deserts as it comes closer to the South
5. Arawak
Description:An extremely hot planet with high levels of CO2, sulphur dioxide, and carbon monoxide in the atmosphere. The planet was probably once like Earth, but runaway global warming has turned it into a barren wasteland. The atmosphere is now toxic. The ruins of an industrial civilization can be found on four of the five continents, but whoever lived here has long since perished.
Description:  A large Earth-like planet with a rich oxygen atmosphere. Deserts cover 60% of the planet's landmass. There are also a large number of active volcanoes. The planet is home to an intelligent species of echinoderms. There are several mines scattered around the planet, and number of small settlements all centered around the mining industry.
7. Lithios
Description:  A desert world with a breathable nitrogen/oxygen atmosphere. There are no continents, but there are several small seas and lakes. Several small colonies have been established by the Russian Federation; they focus mainly on the mining of various valuable resources.
8. Oreals
Description:  A tropical world known for its rainforests, beaches, and colorful wildlife. A single continent stretches unbroken around the planet's equator, separating the northern and southern oceans. This continent is teeming with life, as are the oceans.