How Predator Planet Came to Be

Predator Planet evolved after a cataclysmic asteroid event. A giant planet in the “Goldilocks Zone” split in two after an asteroid the size of a football field impacted. Two planets formed over time, the massive rocks behaving like liquids in the vastness of space next to two suns. One planet became a paradise of mild omnivores and rich soils for growing a variety of produce. The other planet became a tropical hot zone for dangerous predators. A race of hunter/gatherers evolved alongside the planets. They’ve developed a culture of predation and survival, using Predator Planet as a training ground and its beasts for protein. They protect their home planet viciously. Explore Predator Planet at your own risk.

Evolution of Twin Planets

Large mass bodies behave like liquids near the gravity-inducing stars such as yellow giants. When the asteroid hit the mother planet, the two largest chunks of planet formed into spheres, their cores hotbeds of magma. Now they revolve around the yellow giant and the red dwarf in tandem, affecting each other’s tides and seasons relentlessly as they orbit the dual suns.

Watch for the Predator Planet Series by Vicky Holt coming January of 2019