Kerrix- The systems star, a fairly average G-type main sequence star typical of most habitable systems.
Kerrix I- The planet closest to the sun, a ball of baked and snap frozen rock. The orbital period is as long as the planets day and as a result only one side of the planet ever faces Kerrix. The day side of the planet, with much of the surface consisting now of metals and compounds which do not burn away in the incredible heat. The night side of the planet is frozen, coated in some parts with thin layers of ice, primarily frozen carbon dioxide and nitrogen.
Kerrix II- The planet appears to have at some earlier stage maintained the conditions necessary for life, it is now however a dead ball of rock. Much of the planets water has been boiled away into space or mixed into an atmosphere that is extremely acidic. The surface of the planet is an extremely dull yellow due primarily to a coating of sulphur salts.
Kerrix III- A planet covered in a variety of environments ranging from frigid polar regions to beautiful tropical coastlines, an ideal target for future habitation of the system. Comparisons could be made to Alderaan, Dantooine, or even the obscure world, Earth. No evidence of any sentient habitation, mainly populated by sub-sentient flora and fauna.
Asteroid Belt- The asteroid belt of the Kerrix system contains, as the name suggests, asteroids. Many of which have been honeycombed in mining attempts. One of these, a former silver mine, has been converted into the hidden headquarters of the Grey Order.
Kerrix IV- The second largest of the systems gas giants, notable for its impressive layers of purple and yellow gas and an extensive and unmatched ring system. It is believed that the top layer of the atmosphere was blasted away in a collision early in the systems history with a large planetary body.
Kerrix V- The largest of the systems gas giants and it’s relatively uniform appearance is due to the extremely homogenous composition of its atmosphere.
Kerrix VI- A giant green-blue ball of gas, much smaller than both Kerrix IV and Kerrix V
Eclesion- This planet is a bit of an oddity. It is terrestrial in nature and it appears to have originally been approximately the same size as Kerrix Prime. The only way to describe it is as a jigsaw with some of the pieces missing. It is believed that this is the body that collided with Kerrix IV early in the systems formation. This collision shattered the smaller planet, snatched the larger planets outer atmosphere. While the material left around Kerrix IV created the planets ring system the fragments of Eclesion were left to bind together again over time. Several large chunks of the planet are missing however leaving in some cases rifts which reach down to the core of the planet.
Eclesion has a three hundred year orbit which crosses the plane of the system and passes particularly close to the orbit of Kerrix IV adding fuel to the theories of a contact between the planets early in their history. The planet is covered in frozen gas and ice which reflect far more light than a planet of its size ought to.