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Inhabitants: Misc. Aliens
The capital of Galaxia, the entire planet is a big metropolis that has existed for ages, making it among the most advanced societies in the universe. In Coruscant’s Capital, all the rulers of Galaxia’s worlds, plus ones from neighboring galaxies, meet here to discuss political and economic happenings. This world also houses the Jedi Temple, where psychicbenders of old once practiced their ancient religion. Due to the events of the Star Wars, this temple has since become a museum.
This planet is also the base of many strong intergalactic businesses, including Mom’s Friendly Robot Company and Schnee Dust. Some of these businesses are strongly connected to Earth’s government.
Inhabitants: Terachnoids, Misc. Aliens
Connected to Coruscant, this planet is a big ball of clouds with mechanical floating cities. This world houses the Great Library of Galaxia, which contains up-to-date information on all things Galaxian. It’s a fun planet to go flying, but you’d best watch your step.
Inhabitants: Wisps, Irkens
This grassy planet was once infamous for being the realm of the evil Irken Empire, who had enslaved the peaceful Wisps. With the fall of Irk’s last incompetent leaders, the Irkens and Wisps now live in peace. Each colored Wisp has special powers that it can give to those they deem worthy. This planet holds the gathering place for the Galactic Kid Council. Wisp is currently ruled by Tallest Zim.
Inhabitants: Floro Sapiens, Kikwi
This giant ball of green is for all the universe’s nature lovers. Almost all lifeforms on this planet are living planets or have plant features, and as expected, it contains plant life from all corners of the universe. From a colorful Flower Field, a thick undersea Kelp Forest, Sky Islands with Sky Trees, and even a jungle of giant fruits, there’s plant life for everyone! The summit of this planet is home to Nature Goddess Viridi, and, well, we recommend staying away from her.
Its primary tourist attraction are the Steam Gardens, a series of massive greenhouses with robotic Steam Gardeners, built for caring for all endangered plant life or species.
Inhabitants: Amazonians (giant female humans)
Warning: DO NOT GO HERE IF YOU ARE MAN
Another jungle-filled planet that is home to giant warrior ladies, ruled by Empress Boa Hancock. They welcome females of any and all race, but men will be subject to either enslavement or snoo-snoo (please don’t ask). Though, as I’m writing this, I realize this planet does us feminists a bad name. There’s probably not too many anime that they like.
Inhabitants: Uh… Bobopans?
Currency: Won’t even guess.
A planet born from, well, Zach Murphy during Field Day, located right next to Amazonia. Uh… to be honest, I haven’t set foot on this planet yet, and I’m kind of scared to. Zach Murphy gives me such a headache, I can’t imagine what… WAIT A SECOND, are those supposed to look like boobs?! DAMMIT, ZACH! If the Amazons find out about this, they’ll kill you!
This planet looks like it was constructed by a 6-year-old god, the birthplace of the Legos we all know and love. Carpenters deconstruct and reconstruct things on a regular basis, and all solids, liquids, and gases take the form of these colored blocks. Legoans have indefinite lifespans, even if they lose a head or a face. The planet is ruled by Lord Business.
Inhabitants: Dryans, Osirins, misc.
Close to Galaxia’s Sun and home to Sun God Solaris, this giant ball of sand is a gathering place for criminals and shady dealers. There is much history and culture on this planet, however, such as the Osirins who inspired Earth’s Egypt, and the Ancient Wastelands which were once home to an advanced civilization of robots. By activating the Timeshift Stones in these wastelands, one can view this ancient culture in its former glory!
Inhabitants: Glacians, Yeti, humans, icebenders
The former home of Snow God Polaris, Glacia is a fluffy white planet of endless snow. The barren landscapes are commonly used for secret military bases. Despite their cold exteriors, the Glacians are very kind and hospitable, ready to fix up warm fires and meals for tourists. The ice-made architecture is lovely to look at, and when holidays come around, the planet never looks more colorful. For a time, the Arendelle Mountains were trapped in an endless blizzard, which was said to have been the demise of an ancient kingdom. It is said that only one survivor remains of this kingdom.
I know the planet is yellow, but don’t mistake these people for bananas. The Kateenians are one of the universe’s smallest races behind the Minish. However, they are renowned for their technical prowess and their pride, which is further supported by martial arts that make them worthy adversaries to bigger opponents. Tourists are welcome to explore the countries, but any access to cities will require miniaturization.
Inhabitants: Humans, Mages, Dragons, Gargoyles, Cheetah, Ogres, Giants
A Core Planet that is brimming with magical energy, it is home to many unique races, benders, but especially mages. This planet was the birthplace of the Disney Corporation, which bases its movies on Avalar’s esteemed historical princesses. The president of Disney, Mickey Mouse, makes his home in the metropolis of Disney Land. The magical communities of Earth also have connections and portals to Avalar, as there is even competition between wizarding schools. The toxic Silver River Forest is the home to Poison God Hexxus.
Inhabitants: Fishmen, Merpeople, Drophyds, Irkens, Gungans
This planet is almost entirely flooded with salt water, containing nearly all aquatic life in the universe. There are numerous islands that are used as vacation resorts, and tourists often visit the city of Naboo to see its exotic Gravity Aquarium. The Irkens have built cities on the seabed, with dome air bubbles, and these cities have added to tourist attraction with water parks and more aquariums.
Currency: Soul Cents
This is a floating city that was built by Nightmare King Darkrai, who has scientifically created all its scary inhabitants. Nightmares take all shapes and forms, usually dependent on peoples’ fears. They are all bred in the Fear Factory, which is also the base of Nightmare Enterprises, a corporation that tells monsters and dream-based products to wealthy buyers.
Currency: Depends on the store
A backwater swamp planet whose life-forms lurk in the depths of its endless swamps. Pirates and rogues alike set up secret fortresses on this planet, as do business tycoons with run-down shopping malls (looking at you, Mom).
For 800 years, this planet was forbidden territory, for the Vaporians had become mindless savages as a result of a Yellow Fear infection. Nowadays, they are a much more peaceful folk, masters of technology who feed off anything electrical. All their rivers and food products are electrical, so this planet unfortunately doesn’t attract many tourists.
Inhabitants: Robots, Androids
A planet whose life-cycle progressed far too quickly, but born again from the New Big Bang at a much slower pace. This planet is a paradise to all intelligent and non-intelligent robots, who are capable of aging at the speed of humans. This planet honors robot manufacturers such as Mom or Dr. Eggman. And don’t ask how, but robots are capable of reproduction… including with other species.
Warning: DON’T EVEN THINK OF GOING HERE without Fermion Spray!
The center of Galaxia, the Solarans make their home deep within the Solar Mines, where they endless excavate for valuable minerals. From the day of birth, Solarans work in the mines, but this labor has led to the creation of a Kids Next Door. All Solarans are defined by an Eternal Flame, and their color signifies how strong one is.
I can’t stress this enough, but if any non-Solaran mortal goes to the sun, THEY WILL DIE! You must completely cover yourself with Fermion Spray, but it will only last for an hour, so be extremely careful if you’re on a mission.
Inhabitants: Humans, Hybrid Animals, Spirits
A planet rich with history, it was the home to the Avatar, Master of the Light Elements. It is divided into four nations: the Water Tribes, Earth Kingdom, Fire Nation, and Air Temples, which bred benders of their respective elements.
The Negaverse version is the Negatar Realms, home of the Negatar, Master of the Dark Elements. It is home to the Poison Tribes, Shadow Kingdom, Psychic Nation, and Fear Temples.
Inhabitants: Metahumans, misc.
Born from the New Big Bang, this planet resembles a real-live comic book, in which 80% of the inhabitants are born with superpowers, due to the naturally abundant Bang Gas. However, some people are unable to acquire powers, due to Metahuman Immunity in their lineage. Kids Next Doors on this planet are managed by adults – their Hero Schools, and can only become operatives by attaining Hero Licenses. Many famous heroes live here, such as the Avengers or Teen Titans, and is the home to massive comic publishers like DC or Marvel.
Inhabitants: Mustachios, Toads, Goombas, Koopas, Boos, Piantas, Bob-ombs, Kremlings, etc.
A Core World that is bustling with magic, much like Avalar, and filled with many unique races. This world grows special plants and mushrooms that give one unique powers upon consumption, but only temporarily. These powers are only usable to beings who can adapt with them, such as the Mushroomians themselves, or benders of certain elements. The capital of this world is ruled by Queen Toadstool Peach, a renowned member of the Galactic Council. This world is also home to King Bowser Koopa, one of the universe’s most powerful and strongest tyrants. Again, we advise staying away from him.
Inhabitants: Hylians, Koroks, Gorons, Zoras, Rito, Gerudo, Sheikah
Born from the New Big Bang, this planet continues the legacy of a long-lost Earth kingdom. Despite its rural appearance, the technical craftsmanship of the Sheikah have turned it into a prospering paradise. The fields are fun to roam around (provided you can handle the local monsters), and there are a great many towns and cultures to visit. This planet honors the ancient hero, Link, and Princess Zelda, as well as anyone connected to them (you know who I mean).
Inhabitants: Mobians (humanoid animals), Faunus (half-human hybrids)
Currency: Rings (
This planet is home to the most intelligent Earth-based animals in the universe. With origins from the Netherverse, the Mobians have the unique ability to breathe in space. They are capable fighters from the moment of birth, and are naturally fast and strong. The planet is divided between rural and futuristic settings.
The capital of this world is Zootopia, where Chancellor Cheadle Yorkshire lives. The queen of the Sol country, Blaze the Cat, is famous for taking part in the Firstborn Quest. There is also a mechanical city called the Eggman Empire, ruled by notorious criminal, Ivo “Eggman” Robotnik. This planet and Mushroom are rivals in the Intergalactic Olympics.
Inhabitants: Humans, Pokémon
Currency: Pokédollar (₽)
A famous planet renowned for wonderful creatures called Pokémon, which command a wide array of elements and take countless forms, from sentient rocks, fish, or other animals. Trainers capture Pokémon using Pokéballs and have them do battle with one-another. Some nature-lovers protest against the art, but the Pokémon seem to enjoy the sport, based on our info. There are many exotic locations to visit on Poké and lots of tasty food.
Inhabitants: Harnitans (pink humanoids with antennae)
This beautiful world is the home of pacifistic aliens, many of whom are plantbenders who specialize in Animal Telepathy. In the past, parents of this world would manipulate their kids into doing whatever they asked using pacifistic ideals, thus leading to the creation of a Kids Next Door. This planet never has storms and thus has never seen a rainbow, although the sky is pretty colorful on its own.
Inhabitants: Lunarians (blue humanoids)
Located within a sea of moons that only a Lunarian can navigate. This planet has a beautiful, soft blue glow, and the low gravity makes it fun to jump around. It is home to Moon Goddess, Cresselia, and practices the art of moonbending.
Inhabitants: Nearly All
Currency: Chocolate Coins
Born from the New Big Bang, this delicious planet is completely made up of food and sweets. While meant as a paradise for food-lovers, it has long been a base for the infamous Big Mom Pirates, with a vacant throne room designed for their long-lost queen. Based on Queen Linlin’s ancient design, the planet is meant to welcome all races with no discrimination, where they would live in peace under the pirates’ rule. That being said, it is not a tourist attraction, for anyone attempting to leave is expected to pay a toll, unless you were personally invited. And if you were invited, you’re best to do what she says and go, hoping things will play out okay.
Inhabitants: Humans, Merpeople, Nimbi, Minish
Currency: Dollars ($) (America), Euros (€), Yen (¥) (Japan)
A very famous planet which bred lots of famous Kids Next Door operatives, from Nigel Uno, Cheren Uno, Rachel McKenzie, Eva Roberts, Sheila Frantic, and many more. It was created from a collaboration of numerous gods, some of which have settled down on this world. For a long time, the humans of this world have feared the arts of bending or the existence of alien races, but these times have since passed. The Earth Kids Next Door has become a very prosperous and welcoming organization for any and all races.
This planet also has wizarding communities, which had remained in secret just as the benders have, but have gained more recognition thanks to Morgan Uno and later the KND themselves. Aside from the KND, the planet is protected by the Guardian Units of Nations, its worldwide military force.
Possible cousins of the Kateenians, the Martians are green-skinned variants who are only slightly bigger. It is abundant with rich marshmallows, with their prized possession being the Crystal Marshmallow.
Inhabitants: Rainbow Monkeys
One wouldn’t guess from far away, but the ring of this planet is completely made up of toy Rainbow Monkeys from across the universe. The surface of the planet has long been a home for the colorful creatures.
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