Kampos (Ellis IV) is the first settled and most populous planet in the Ellis system, United Empire of Earth (UEE). Famous for a unique ecosystem adapted to high gravity, Kampos is a favorite subject for xenobiologists, paleontologists, and evolutionary biologists. Its most well-known animal and namesake is the kamposi magnus, an extinct aquatic predator that once stalked the oceans. Animals found on Kampos tend to be stocky and muscular, and native edible plants undergo changes in flavor when grown in lower gravity conditions.
- The Ellis system is a planetary system located in the United Empire of Earth (UEE) that consists of thirteen planets, one asteroid belt, and one F-type main sequence star. Most famously home to annual...
- ellis system
- human system
- The kamposi magnus was a tusked aquatic animal that inhabited Kampos (Ellis IV) until roughly 500,000 SEY ago. Kamposi was an omnivorous apex predator with a dense, solid, compact skeleton adapted for...
- kamposi magnus
- extinct animals
- ellis iv