Bacchus is a beautiful world of unexpected colors and rock formations, created by the unique composition of the planet's crust and the gravitational influence of nearby planets.

We expect hominization to be fairly straightforward, following the Martian precedent. Be careful, however: every planet has its unique quirks, and this one is likely no different.

About[edit | edit source]

Bacchus is possibly one of the easiest planets to beat. It has one Natural Satellite called Maenad, size class III (average). Most people consider Bacchus to be a bland, uninteresting world.

Strategy[edit | edit source]

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Please do the Mars Strategy. Elevation is different on Bacchus than on Mars, so double check the elevation map.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • It’s the closest planet to its star, yet it’s very cold. Possibly due to it’s high Albedo.
  • Bacchus is the lesser-known Roman equivalent of Dionysus. Its purple colour is likely a reference to the colour of grape wine Dionysus represents.
  • Bacchus's moon is likely named for the Maenads who were the female followers of Dionysus, also called Bacchus.
  • The water goal of Bacchus is 150,000 cm less than Mars, which its water goal is 850,000 cm.


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