On the distant edge of a star system's ecosphere,
habitable planets are still numerous, but they are a
far cry from the lush garden worlds closer in. Cold
and barren, more than eighty percent of a Class P:
Glaciated planet is covered in solid ice, and while
many possess narrow stripes of green along the
equator, where hearty plant and animal life may
flourish, many glaciated worlds are entirely frozen.

Despite the harsh conditions, humanoid life can
thrive on a glaciated world.
AGE
DIAMETER
LOCATION
ATMOSPHERE
SURFACE
COMPOSITION
SURFACE TEMP
HABITABILITY
4-10 billion years old
10,000 - 15,000 kilometers
ecosphere, cold zone
nitrogen, oxygen, argon
cold, glaciated
silicon, iron, magnesium, ice
-90°C to 15°C
hearty flora and fauna