|Age||7.2 billion years|
|Size||1.1 Sol masses|
In the past, Scintilla most likely had more planets, but the most inner worlds likely got devoured when the star swelled up into a red giant.
A planet orbiting so close to its star, it is literally boiling away, leaving behind an impressive dust trail. Within the next few thousand years, Thanamort will have been consumed by Scintillia.
- Main article: Vitam
Vitam is an orange gas giant with a faint ring system. It was mined for helium-3 since 2120 AD, but was abandoned in 2138 AD after an infestation of the Sarlenian on one of the moons.
- Main article: Vitam II
Vitam II was formerly a moon with a methane-based biosphere on the surface several billion years ago. However, since Scintilla turned into a red giant, most of its original atmosphere has faded away leaving behind toxic conditions on the surface. The caverns below, however, sustain an extremophile biosphere just above a subsurface ocean of liquid water.
An aquamarine ice giant planet that has a featureless surface. However, its moons are notable for having carvings created by an ancient space faring race. No data is available as to who created these carvings.