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The Nine Gallifreys (also called the Nine Homeworlds) project involved the cryptoforming of eight planets into eight cloneworlds of Gallifrey. (PROSE: The Shadows of Avalon) It was first planned by Greyjan the Sane (PROSE: The Ancestor Cell) and eventually spearheaded by House Mirraflex's Lady Armourer Mantissa and House Lineacrux.

Officially, each Homeworld was run by a caretaker House, and could be used as a replacement if the original Homeworld were destroyed, but they also acted as decoys. Each duplicate Homeworld had a War King or War Queen and thought it was the original. There was a supposedly-total ban on contact between Homeworlds, but Mantissa eventually went into exile on one of the duplicates, (PROSE: The Book of the War) and by the time of the fall of Mictlan, travel between Gallifreys was often performed by the War King and his agents. (PROSE: The Taking of Planet 5) Homunculette was trained in escapology on Gallifrey XII. (PROSE: Alien Bodies) However, even after travel between Gallifreys became common, not even the War King knew which was the original. (PROSE: The Taking of Planet 5)

Since each thought it was the true original, the secondary Homeworlds each created their own tertiary Homeworlds; some House Military strategists hoped this would end in every planet being turned into a Homeworld. (PROSE: The Book of the War) Some Gallifreys were hidden in pocket universes; (PROSE: The Taking of Planet 5) one Great House (AUDIO: The Eleven Day Empire) created a Homeworld on Earth in the bottle universe. (PROSE: Dead Romance)

Six years before the War, the War King became Lord President of what purported to be the original Homeworld, and he continued in that role for over half a century. (PROSE: The Book of the War) When Compassion became the first 102-form timeship two years before the War, (PROSE: The Book of the War) Romana was also War Queen (and "Mistress of the Nine Gallifreys") on what seemed to be the original Gallifrey. (PROSE: The Shadows of Avalon) This Gallifrey was invaded by Faction Paradox and destroyed sometime before the Eleven-Day Empire was destroyed in the War's fiftieth year; (PROSE: The Ancestor Cell, The Shadow Play) at that time, the Faction claimed to have also written the backups out of existence. (PROSE: The Gallifrey Chronicles) The incident where a Homeworld was first lost was called the battle of Mutter's Cluster. At the time, this brought the "official" total down to nine. (PROSE: The Taking of Planet 5)

Gallifrey Eight contained loomstacks that worked day and night weaving soldiers, throwing biodata soot into the air. It also contained chronoforges to create weapons for use against the enemy. (PROSE: The Taking of Planet 5)

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