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The Althosian system was a solar system with seven planets and two suns. The planets within the system were collectively called the Seven Planets. Six of the seven planets were inhabited; the last "planet" was actually an artificial construction and was not inhabited. Hunters lived around the Althosian system, where they were attracted to the seventh planet.
Nicaea, capital of the Althosian system, was governed by the Academy. The Academy was based on the Greek philosophical kings, with the most intelligent people leading the Seven Planets. The Academy was led by the Archon.
Trieste was the home world of the Kython, an oppressed native species.
Cosgon was known to be icy and cold.