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Drominad System

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Drominad System
Starchart drominad color.jpg
by Isaac Stewart
Shards None
Notable Planet(s) First of the Sun
Universe Cosmere
Featured In Sixth of the Dusk
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The Drominad System is the planetary system that contains First of the Sun, where Sixth of the Dusk takes place. It contains seven planets and an asteroid belt.[1]


There are four planets in the habitable zone of this system, and all four are known to have water as the dominant feature on their surface. Each of the seven planets in the system have names that use the number-based Eelakin naming convention:

First of the Sun
The planet closest to the sun. This is also the first planet in the system's habitable zone and has human life. As mentioned, this is where the story of the Sixth of the Dusk takes place. It has one moon named First of the First. First of the Sun currently has no Shards but for some unknown reason possesses a perpendicularity in the form of Patji's Eye.
Second of the Sun
This planet has humans living on it. Second of the Sun appears smaller than First of the Sun.
Third of the Sun
Another planet inhabited by humans. It appears to be the smallest planet in the Drominad system.
Fourth of the Sun
This planet appears to have a ring system. It is last planet on the Drominad system's habitable zone, but there does not appear to be any fully developed human societies on it. Beyond the Fourth of the Sun lies an asteroid belt.
Fifth of the Sun
This gas giant is located after the asteroid belt. It has three moons and a ring system.
Sixth of the Sun
A gas giant with four moons and a ring system. Sixth of the Sun appears to be the largest planet in the Drominad system.
Seventh of the Sun
A gas giant with four moons.


  1. Arcanum Unbounded - The Drominad System
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