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The '''''Yeong-Gwang''''' was a ship in the old fleet which carried humanity to [[Detritus]].
 
The '''''Yeong-Gwang''''' was a ship in the old fleet which carried humanity to [[Detritus]].
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The residents and descendants are known as '''Yeongian''', and are mostly ethnically Chinese or Korean.{{book ref|Skyward|8}}
 
The residents and descendants are known as '''Yeongian''', and are mostly ethnically Chinese or Korean.{{book ref|Skyward|8}}
   
One of the clans formed after their landing took their hydroponics knowledge and became underground farmers in a cavern close to Igneous. The food grown by this clan is of high value and is only available to those who have multiple achievement or industry merits. [[Bim]] is from that clan.{{book ref|sky1|8}}
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After landing, they formed a clan and used their hydroponics knowledge to become underground farmers in a cavern close to Igneous. The food grown by this clan is of high value and is only available to those who have multiple achievement or industry merits. [[Bim]] is from that clan.{{book ref|sky1|8}}
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==

Latest revision as of 03:07, 15 May 2020

Yeong-Gwang
Type Spacecraft
Universe Cytoverse
Featured In Skyward (series)

The Yeong-Gwang was a ship in the old fleet which carried humanity to Detritus.

The residents and descendants are known as Yeongian, and are mostly ethnically Chinese or Korean.[1]

After landing, they formed a clan and used their hydroponics knowledge to become underground farmers in a cavern close to Igneous. The food grown by this clan is of high value and is only available to those who have multiple achievement or industry merits. Bim is from that clan.[1]

Trivia[edit]

The name of the starship is likely a reference to the South Korean poet Lee Yeong-gwang, who is famous for writing about the pain and trials of youth.

Notes[edit]

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Chaos2651 (talk) 18:43, 26 January 2019 (MST)