Called “Cl” by the natives, Crusader is a low-mass gas giant, that has an atmosphere which is breathable at high altitudes. Taking advantage of this, the planet became home to a military-constructed latticework of inhabitable floating platforms. The platforms proved to be ideal for Crusader Industries, since their large-scale commercial transport ships would otherwise need to be built beyond the atmosphere. Being built in open air allows the cost of these ships to be reduced by almost 40% on the back end, which is often passed along to consumers. Once Crusader Industries took over, these platforms were expanded upon to suit their production needs. The company also built quality housing for their employees in habitats woven into the latticework itself. The portion of the world available to visitors is considered by many to be the nicest port in the system. The shipyards themselves are eerily beautiful, with huge transport ships suspended in mid-atmosphere surrounded by a lighted webbing of Crusader facilities.

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Named after the oldest of the three siblings featured in the 24th century children's morality tale, "A Gift for Baba", this moon has a water-ice crust said to represent Yela's cool and calculating mannerisms.

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Named after the youngest of the three siblings featured in the 24th century children's morality tale, "A Gift for Baba", this moon features over a hundred currently dormant volcanoes that are said to represent Cellin's simmering anger.

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Named after the middle brother of the three siblings featured in the 24th century children's morality tale, "A Gift for Baba", this is the largest of Crusader's moons. Daymar's slightly eccentric orbit is said to represent his ease at getting lost in the story.

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