Perhaps you know that planets are formed when enough rock and material, bring themselves together in orbit around a star. Planet Fless was not made like that. Energy and radiation came together in orbit of a sun and formed Lology's homeworld. No other species in the galaxy can live on the surface, which has shifting seas of electricity, islands made of pure heat and a core of plasma. It is a chaotic world that constantly shifts in space, even changing its shape when gravity pulls it different directions.
Can you imagine a world which can burn, shock, melt, push, pull or twist you with every step you take? If you can then you've just imagined planet Fless.
The home-world of the Vaypoorite is not actually a planet. Planets are for the most part spheres of rock, metal or another kind of material. Planet Vaypoor has no defined shape and is a collection of various gases encircling its parent star. Because of the various colours of these gases the planet appears as a giant rainbow, covering many millions of cubic miles. The Vaypoorites are the only form of life that live within the planet and they constantly "swim" through the gas and drink the elements inside.
Can you imagine a world where you would be lucky to even find some oxygen in amongst the other Gases floating around you? If you can then you've just imagined planet Vaypoor.
Zandians are a race that owe their existence to erosion. On Earth erosion destroys cliffs and mountains, as well as creating nice beaches. But on Zand as rocks are worn down the sand can then join with other grains, then a creature like Durst can rise. Zandians start off as almost immobile rocks, which function as their brains, they sit still for years until enough grains form a mound around it. These brains then draw the sand together into shapes and the Zandians can then move around. Zand is a world of harsh winds, and very little water. The seas are made of grains that are so small that they flow and have tides as the six moons of the planet orbit daily.
Can you imagine a world that if you stood on its surface for too long all the water would be drained from your bodies? If you can then you've just imagined planet Zand.
Known as the Old Man of the Andromeda galaxy, planet Tyme is one of the oldest planets in the universe, maybe the first to ever orbit a star. When it reached the end of its life when the molten core grew cold the Tymians decided to save it. They encased it in a massive field of pure time and tried to push it back through its own history to a point when it was a young and more stable planet. They failed. Instead they doomed the planet to continually jump to various points in its past and even its future, as short as that was. As a result the Tymians are the most adaptable people in the cosmos ready for anything their planet might throw at them.
Can you imagine a world that is always changing, where the ground you stand on might suddenly become a sea or a mountain? If you can then you've just imagined planet Tyme.
Planet Metron is one of the heaviest in the universe. At its core is a massive ball of Lodestone (the material magnets are made of). Years ago it drew in massive amounts of iron, which drew in heavier metals until the planet was mostly made of metal. Rivers of mercury flow across the land in rivers and into seas. Golden trees grow on the banks and silver snowflakes fall from the clouds. The Metronians are a wary species, as their planet is so heavy that it pulls in all kinds of space debris. They live under the threat of constant asteroid impacts. Some times these lumps of rock merely become one of the many moons the planets has, numbering over a million.
Can you imagine a world where night is a bright as the day due to the intense moonlight? If you can then you've just imagined planet Metron.