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Emaille, Hunter’s Paradise

Welcome to Emaille

Using the list below, click the name of a world to visit.
From each world, you may click the Tarthian Tour Company (TTC) logo to return to the tour page, click a world name to visit another planet, or click Kayelle Allen at the top to return the main website. 
In whatever part of the empire your journey takes you, the TTC wishes you a pleasant stay.

Emaille, Hunter's Paradise

Natives pronounce the planet's name as Eh-MAH-lee, and the surest way to give away tourist status is to call it EE-mail.

Emaille was discovered in 4654 tradestandard and immediately became the premier spot for trade in seafood. The world boasted flowing rivers stocked with all varieties of fish, game in the lush forests, and grains growing wild. Tarthian immigration began within the year.

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Emaille, Hunter's Paradise

The seas on Emaille are so deep they are almost black, and the natives have a natural fear of it. Tourists however, enjoy boating, fishing, snorkeling, and limited diving. Locals will not travel out of sight of land.

The planet imports technology and exports fish and seafood.

Big game hunters on Emaille have a saying: "No scars, no experience." The native Fasciatus, a massive, horned creature with tiny eyes, big claws, and a huge mouth is hunted for food, leather, and fur. Locals use its claws as digging implements and to hollow out small logs to use as canoes. A swipe from its paws or claws is deadly, but it does not hunt humans by nature. It subsists on smaller animals and seems to delight in catching and consuming ants and termites.


A hunt on Emaille


  • Use only TTC approved ships and shuttles.
  • Please note, the Tarthian Tour Company (TTC) is not responsible for injury or death resulting from non-approved portals and/or debarkation points.
  • For your safety and convenience, please stay within marked "TTC safe areas" while on board.
  • Avoid contact with animals in transport. Although all creatures on board have passed required health screenings, not all animals are tame. Do nothing to provoke attack.
  • If buying from local businesses while in port, look for the TTC seal of approval.
  • Unregistered firing weapons may be confiscated by the Weapons Regulation Board of the Imperial Armada. For the safety of all citizens, the Parliament on Tarth has banned any firing weapon not used for hunting.
  • Please report graffiti on TTC signs and passageways.
  • Tap TTC on your debit bracelet for more info.

Tarthian Tour Company art by Jamin Allen and/or Kayelle Allen
Some artwork includes compilation imagery courtesy of Depositphotos and Pixabay

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