Lingering on the outer edge of its solar system, Boreas is the coldest world yet to be targeted for hominization, but you and your crew are ready to land and determined to make this world your home.

Massive polar ice caps cover most of its surface, with only small amounts of exposed land around the equator. Start there, melting the ice as you go, but be careful of the resulting sea level increases!

About[edit | edit source]

Boreas has three moons, Zephyrus of size class II (small), Notos of size class I (tiny) and Eurus of size class I (tiny).

Strategy[edit | edit source]

Despite the difficultly saying medium, it’s actually very easy. Remove the pressure to quickly get rid of the 452,946 ppm of oxygen, and then increase the pressure and add oxygen. As long as you don't want paradise habitability, you don’t have to get rid of the water, there won’t be much flooding going on so you can increase the temperature to a little below Earth-like levels and be just fine.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • It is named after Boreas, the Greek god of the north wind and bringer of winter.
  • Zephyrus is the Greek god of the west wind. 
  • Notus was the Greek god of the south wind.
  • Eurus  according to some was the southeast wind, but according to others the East wind
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