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Overview[edit | edit source]

Aiur is the homeworld of the Protoss, located in a star system with a single yellow star and possessing a single moon not unlike Luna. It is at least the third of the system's terrestrial planets, if not further out.

History[edit | edit source]

Aiur is a huge world located on the fringes of the Milky Way Galaxy. It was engineered by the Xel'Naga and left to itself for a long period of time. When the Xel'Naga returned, they discovered the Protoss on the world. They guided Protoss evolution, albeit too fast. As a result, they were forced to flee, and the Protoss fell into a racial madness-fueled conflict called the Aeon of Strife.

When the Xel'Naga were forced to flee the world, they left behind large amounts of Khaydarin crystals.

Aiur was devastated in the Aeon of Strife but after the period ended, it began to steadily recover.

Astrographical Information[edit | edit source]

Region: Galactic fringe
Dominant Terrain: Jungle
System: Aiur system
Suns: "Golden Orb of Day"
moons: Saalok, ("White Circle of Night")
Orbital Position: 3


Physical Information[edit | edit source]

Diameter: 13,273 km
Climate: +/- 30º Centigrade [86 Fº], high humidity
Axial Tilt: 18.5 degrees
Gravity: 0.98 standard


Geographical Information[edit | edit source]

*5 major continents
*4 oceans
*2,000 lakes
*12 mountain chains (5 volcanic)

Points of Interest[edit | edit source]

Eldritch Lake

  • Garden of Aiur
  • River of Light
  • Road of Remembrance
  • Asari Hunting Grounds
  • Ni Monn Adun
  • Xel'Naga Caverns
  • Crystal Chamber
  • Temple of the Preservers

Settlements[edit | edit source]

  • 42 Protoss temples
  • 5 major cities
  • 2,000 minor settlements


Biological Information[edit | edit source]

Dominant Species: Protoss

Indigenous Fauna[edit | edit source]

Indigenous Flora[edit | edit source]

  • Alavash
  • Sammuro fruit
  • Shuwark tree

Disambiguation[edit | edit source]

For more information see Aiur on the parent site

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