Known by many as “The Golden Planet” the gas giant Shuroa has no landmasses to speak of, outside asteroid-like mineral deposits, leading to an immense array of flying or floating lifeforms. It does, however, have “continents” in the form of the almost unreal Bassinnunn (“Life cradles”), impossibly vast multi-cellular entities of indefinite life spans whose sheer size and glacial filter-feeding lifestyles have allowed for untold generations of symbiotic ecosystems to develop on their porous backs, pseudo-fungal “trees” being a prime example.
The Dejarites and the vermiform Matula came to existence on these living floating countries, while the semi-humanoid Wuza embraced the endless sky, settling colonies on the roots of floating void-trees or the undersides of the Bassinnuunn
How no less than three sentient species originated in such a limited environment remains a debated topic among biologists and sophontologists to this day.
In the image, two Dejarite scouts and their Matula companion observe a Wuza gathering party on their way back to the hive city. For all three races the daily cycle is coming to a close.
I haven't done much landscaping, ~TangoFox
suggested I try one. ~Gorger
and I have been working on this planet for #LegacyVerse
so I figured it would be a good subject