I vote QQ-001a! It seems to be a pretty popular place to settle and has been unnamed in the shadows of Circe for too long!
Well, it demands INS and HSE. Perhaps that’s the reason why it is underappreciated.
Please, ad KI-446b to the list. That’s a fertile planet that is now being actively colonized.
Otherwise, among the planets already on the list, I would like to see QJ-650c given a name.
I also vote for QQ-001a, Circe’s little sibling has gone too long without a name.
Is there any criteria for which planets can be nominated or is it just anything that people throw out? The first two planets in the list aren’t even populated.
I think any planet with an ADMN or significant population (10,000+ ?) should be considered.
Anyway, Circe Mark II is a worthy selection.
I’d also like to nominate XG-751b. I think it is notable for being (as far as I can tell) the only planet to grow to double-digit engineers before ever building an ADMN. It is also the primary source of TAI for all four of the main CXs.
The best kept secret for so long. This was my third base, and there’s still only about 8 bases there.
If it’s selected, I would nominate Eilean Oir (Scottish Gaelic for Golden Isle).
Unnamed Populated Planets:
Suggestions and proposed names, in descending order of population.
Click triangles to open each section of the list:
1 - 10
QQ-001a (FEO HAL)
Eli (Solstone Name THAT Planet Round 5 - #10 by Solstone )
- YI-280d (LIO TIO LES)
- WB-675c (Food Industries COGC)
- OT-442h (H)
- VH-331f (H AMM)
- CB-282d (H)
KI-840c (BRM CUO)
Brimstone (Domicius Name THAT Planet Round 6 - #13 by Domicius )
- VH-043e (HE3)
UV-351d (N AMM)
Frostbite (capi3101 Name THAT Planet: Round 3 - #4 by capi3101 )
Haunga (McCowen, means stinky in maori, the language I assume Katoa comes from.)
Siwa (Rasd, name fits nicely with Katoa and Umbra Name THAT Planet Round 6 - #18 by Rasd )
- XH-083a (SIO BRM)
11 - 20
- SE-648b (H2O BER)
- KI-439b (LIO HAL)
KI-446b (H2O O Fertility)
New Zealand (melon164 Name THAT Planet Round 6 - #26 by melon164 )
Adi-Mundi (Sansemin Name THAT Planet Round 6 - #27 by Sansemin )
Aphaea, Artemis, Demeter, Dionysos (Triqueon Name THAT Planet Round 6 - #28 by Triqueon )
Silo (RNGzero Name THAT Planet Round 6 - #31 by RNGzero )
Wi (jelutz77 Name THAT Planet Round 6 - #33 by jelutz77 )
- ZV-759b (FEO in Antares II system)
- ZV-759d (MGS (HAL))
- OF-375c (FEO)
QJ-650c (AUO MGS CLI)
Midas (melon164 Name THAT Planet Round 5 - #2 by melon164 )
Eilean Oir (Scottish Gaelic for Golden Isle) (Dover Name THAT Planet Round 6 - #8 by Dover )
- JS-601c (FEO HAL (MGS))
- XG-430b (SIO)
XG-452f (H AR)
Xharbeard (TwilightSentinel Name THAT Planet: Round 3 - #3 by TwilightSentinel )
Harbinger (CaptainIncognito Name THAT Planet: Round 3 - #6 by CapitanIncognito )
21 - 30
KW-602c (Food Industries COGC near Etherwind)
- EM-929b (CUO)
- XG-326a (LST SIO TIO)
- LS-231b (BTS near Griffonstone)
- JS-572c (LST)
- OT-823a (SIO BRM)
- XG-326d (H2O)
- VH-331b (GAL HAL)
- KI-401d (H AR)
- JS-753c (SIO LIO (AMM TS))
31 - 40
- QQ-082b (AUO MGS)
- VH-778b ((AMM TIO LST))
- YI-280j (MGS BER)
- JS-869c (BRM HAL)
- PB-519a (FEO)
- RC-040d (BRM GAL H BOR)
- AU-605c (TIO)
- VH-331c (FEO SCR)
- TO-392d (LST FEO CLI)
- UV-072c (LST CLI GAL)
41 - 50
- IZ-768b (CLI BRM HE)
- EW-238c (FE HAL)
- ZV-307g (H in Antares I system)
- JS-570a (LST HAL)
- CH-115a (LST GAL)
Waystation (to Kinza) (Aufricer Name THAT Planet Round 5 - #3 by Aufricer )
- YI-715a (TIO LIO)
- AJ-768a (H2O O Fertility)
- FW-691c (LST ZIR)
- XH-083c (H2O (BER))
51 - 60
- RC-796h (HE3)
- OT-115d (H O)
- OZ-189a (FEO LST HAL)
- XG-751b (Electronics COGC TAI)
- GC-032h (HE3)
- WU-070a (SIO TAI)
- TD-260c (Food Industries COGC)
- WB-947b (BRM FEO ALO)
- VH-043a (H2O)
- LB-476b (MGS H)
61 – 70
- ZV-759e (FEO (GAL AMM H SIO))
- ZV-639d (N)
- XH-329a (H2O O Fertility)
- CG-044c (LST N AMM)
- YI-715c (LIO TIO)
- EM-759c (O (N))
- KC-051b (FEO LIO)
- OP-649c (CUO HAL)
- AJ-293a (1 Manufacturing base)
- PG-027b (SIO LIO HAL)
71 – 80
- XD-354g (NE)
- KI-401b (FEO TIO ZIR)
- WB-947a (ZIR)
LG-093a (LST ALO AUO)
El Dorado (Desan Name THAT Planet Round 4 - #7 by Desan )
DW-419a (CLI O BOR)
Cookhouse (TwilightSentinel Name THAT Planet: Round 3 - #3 by TwilightSentinel )
- EY-847c (BRM LIO)
- YP-888h (AMM)
- TD-298b (BOR AMM TCO)
- XD-055a (CUO BOR ZIR)
- OP-802e (HE3)
81 + …
- QJ-149c (ALO)
- AJ-293g (H HE3)
- SE-648c (O TIO TCO)
- YI-705c (FEO HAL)
- SO-715c (GAL BER)
- FK-037f (N (O))
- QJ-382c (SIO MGS GAL HAL AMM)
- WB-948c (1 Metallurgy base ALO CLI)
- TD-260f (H)
- LB-599a (GAL)
Dune / Psamathê (McCowen Name THAT Planet: Round 2 - #9 by McCowen )
- AM-371f (H AR)
- CH-115e (HE3 HE)
- ZV-759g (Abandoned! H)
- LB-428h (Abandoned! H)
- ZV-759j Abandoned! TIO)
Recently Named Planets:
KW-358b Geidi Prime
VH-331d Helion Prime
LG-913e Planet Mc Planetface
Recently Named Systems:
I’d like to second KI-446b, if only because I have a base there
Midas is a great name for a gold planet.
I’d like to see QQ-001a or UV-351d receive a name this round. Both are populated and play a roll (economically) in their systems.
KI-840c has a small community of smelters and chemical companies… we’re a hard-working bunch.
I think a good name for the planet would be “Brimstone”.
- KI-439b - The Lithium source of the universe
It’s only 1/3rd the pioneers of YI-280d.
I am suprised how many are unable to read instructions…
Name suggestion comes later…
JS-753c is my LIO powerhouse. much better than KI-439b.
Much better without local HAL? Even Jura is better than JS-753c.
Back to topic:
KW-602c I vote for this fast growing FP planet next to EW
No love for CB282-d? ;(
- UV-351d - Benten’s AMM source.
Suggestion: Siwa, based on the Siwa Oasis which was the etymological source for the word sal ammoniacum. You can figure the rest.
vote ing for QQ-001a
My vote remains with QJ-650c
This would be a lot easier if we could actually search them on universe map…
Thanks for all the suggestions! I think it’s time that we put it to a vote. Please vote for which planet you would like to receive a name. Afterwards we will choose the actual name! Good luck to your favourite unnamed planet