Star Wars : EotE Minos
Atmosphere: Type I (Breathable)
Length of Day: 21 Standard hours
Length of Year: 381 local Days
Sapient Species: Humans
Star port: Imperial Class
Population: 20 Million
Planet Function: Entertainment
Tech Level: Space
Major Exports: Entertainment Acts, Holos
Major Imports: Food, Drugs, Luxury Goods, Household devices, raw materials.
Adarlon itself is a rugged, mountainous world. It’s three major cities are located along the west coast of the northern continent on a narrow plateau between the mountains and the sea. The human inhabitants of this planet are obsessed with pleasure and fun.
Adarlon means fun
At least that is what the travelogues claim, and their appraisal is not far off the mark. The planet was colonized by Republic Senate decree a few centuries ago, most of the original colonists were from Alderaan, and never had to face the hardships of colonization. The inhabitants of the planet are literally obsessed with pleasure. Home to some of the galaxy’s best entertainers, Adarlon’s great distance from the Imperial Core—the place is in the Minos cluster after all— has allowed the good times to continue. The lifeblood of Adarlon is the holo-production industry. The star-spanning enterprise consists most;y of legalized pro-Empire pieces, though lately there was a resurgence of the more illicit holos. These underground works often celebrate the Jedi, shed light on the Empire’s villainy, and glamorize anything to do with the Rebellion
Another popular form of entertainment on the planet comes in the form of grandiose theme parks. Dozens of these elaborate attractions do the world, providing guests with total immersion experiences in which they carry out elaborate plots and adventures in live-action-role playing. They interact with actors, droids, and even holograms over the course of their visits. Many different genres are available, solving mysteries, simulating air combat, commando raids on a Hutt crime lords citadel, and many more.
As the saying goes, if you can’t find something fun to do on Adarlon, you’re either dead or an Imperial