|Terrain||Climate||Points of Interest|
|Rocky Basins||Hot Binary||Unknown|
Musical rendering from the “Outcropping EP”
Pan Arbnhap is the most climatically diverse local group in The Outcropping. Planet-Stars here feature the harsh deserts The Outcropping is known for as well as basins that run with water from thawing ice, and a gradient of climates between. The majority of Pan Arbnhap is between these two extremes, with both flowing and standing water present on nearly every Planet-Star in the local group. The rock formations in Pan Arbnhap are wide, and more mountainous than other areas in The Outcropping, though do generally rise to a “peak” somewhere within the formation that will slowly bend towards Astran’s light over time when high enough.
Geographically the continents of Planet-Stars are mostly similar in that they generally form large basins—though these are not always the entire continent—where water collects. In locales that are furthest from Astran’s light, and geography furthest from the planet-star’s star-core, this water can freeze, creating snow, ice, and at times glaciers.
The climate of Pan Arbnhap is classified as a Hot Binary, where roughly half of the year is a hot season, and the other half being a cold season. Because it is a Hot Binary, this means that the hotter season tends to be far more harsh than the cold season. Throughout the hot season, the high temperatures are further from a general “average” temperature than the lows from the cold season, in addition to sustaining at their highest temperatures for longer than the lows during the cold season.