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The Thousand Moons
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Once a fertile planet populated by a very human-like race of geniuses, the planet became the site of the greatest disaster in Golarion's solar system. Ages ago, an ancient magical war ended with the destruction of the planet's atmosphere and the end of all life. The planet is now inhabited by countless undead who need no air to survive.
Eox also is beset by deadly, mutagenic magical radiation fields.
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In scholarly works, Eox is sometimes represented by a rune: a circle surmounted by a larger, diagonal cross, the lower right bar of which is lengthened and then crossed itself.
Some of the most notable places on Eox are listed below:
- Church of Silence
- Facinora Basin
- Halls of the Living
- the collection of necropolis cities known as the Necropoleis, including:
- Remembrance Rock
- Carnivorous blobs
- original Eoxians
- the hungry spirits of the Ghost Wind
- Glass serpents
- Worms that walk
Many objects orbit Eox, including:
- The Sentinel: a orbiting city created to defend the planet in the time before the cataclysm, now used by bone sages
- The Thousand Moons: created by the ejected mass from the Facinora Basin, they form a ring of moonlets
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