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HALVODON

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HISTORY

DESCRIPTION

Halvodon sat in space accompanied by three moons. It revolved around Davos 1 and Davos 2, a binary star system near the Rayon Prime system. Itarian scribes put Halvodons formation between 420,000-110,000 BTLS (Before The Long Sleep).

Halvodon was very habitable in its early days. Three oceans with an abundance of sea life covered 65% of the planet's surface. On land, Halvodon was just as alive.

The rivers of Halvodon flowed through the planet's green terrain, making the early Halvodis live near the river banks Before The Long Sleep. The forests and plains of Halvodon were home to Halvodons native species, Balakars. These two-legged riding creatures could be seen throughout Halvodon, grazing in large herds and roaming quickly through Halvodons grassy plains. 

By 10,000 BTLS, early Halvodis began domesticating Balakars and using them to travel across Halvodon's large fields. This turned the early Halvodis into a nomadic people until the city of Hokdro was established. 

HALVODON

LENGTH OF DAY

24 hours

LENGTH OF YEAR

356 local days

POPULATION

2 billion before The All Father attacked/2 thousand after The All Father attacked

MAJOR CITIES

Hokdro

SUN(S)

Davos 1

Davos 2

MOONS

Vodon

Alvo

Halon

SYSTEM

Davos System

COMMON LANGUAGES

Halvodi

Itarian

THE HALVODI CITY OF HOKDRO

In 3,000 BTLS, the nomadic people of Halvodon settled down between two mountain ranges and established the city of Hokdro. This location gave the Halvodis direct access to Halvodon's largest river and was near a spot where large herds of Balakars would routinely graze. 

The city was named after brother and sister, Hoka and Droni, children of Hiva who was the nomadic tribe's first leader. Hoka and Droni were killed after a heard of Balakar's stampeded the tribe. Days later, Hiva noticed the spot where the first Halvodi city would be built and named it after his children. 

DISTRIBUTION OF RESOURCES

For the next 3,000 years, Hokdro grew in size and more nomadic tribes across Halvodon began to settle in the city, turning it into the central hub for Halvodi civilization and resource trading. 

Between 7-14 DTLS C1 (During The Long Sleep, Cycle 1) all the leaders of Halvodon convened in Hokdro and established The Great Council. The Great Council was led by every Halvodi leader across the planet, and every year up until the return of The All Father, the leaders of Halvodon met in Hokdro to distribute resources throughout the planet. 

ITARIAN INVASION

When the Itarian Empire invaded Halvodon in the 6th cycle, the submission of the Halvodis was swift and bloodless. Halvodon had no standing military and the tribes were never at war with each other so Halvodi warriors were never trained. Even if the leaders of Halvodon wanted to fight the Itarians, they couldn't.

For the next two cycles, Halvodon was a part of the Itarian Empire. The Itarians allowed the Halvodis to continue their way of life and only kept a small military force on Halvodon. The Itarian governor of Halvodon was based in Hokdro. No interference from the Itarian occupation government ever happened, and the Halvodis lived in harmony with their colonizers. 

RESHAPING HALVODON IN HIS NAME

The 9th cycle saw The All Father awake from The Long Sleep. By this time the Itarian Empire was in decline and Halvodon was one of the few planets still completely loyal to the empire. 

When a small Black Palace scout team came to Halvodon to have the Halvodi's submit to The Black Palace, Halvodon refused. Fargulkians within the Black Palace military opened fire on Halvodi's in Hokdro, killing hundreds. This made the Halvodi's attack the Black Palace soldiers, killing many as a result. 

The All Father was not prepared to see his creations unwilling to submit to his rule, so he went to Halvodon in full force. His armies were met with 2 billion Halvodis ready to fight. But instead, Halvodon was met with a blast from the Spear of Space. With one swing, The All Father destroyed the once-thriving world of Halvodon. Over 1.9 billion Halvodis were instantly killed. The survivors were left secluded from the universe, with no means of traveling off-world, trading with other planets, or calling for aid.  

When Corrin visited Halvodon years later as a boy, he saw the devastation caused by The All Father. This was a turning point in his life and one of the many catalysts that sparked his rebellion against The Black Palace. 

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