Twinsun is the home planet of Twinsen. It's featured in LBA and is where LBA2 begins.

Game DescriptionEdit

"Twinsun is a relatively new planet on the outskirts of a remote galaxy. Its rotational plane has stabilized between two suns. There is a huge mountain range running along its equator, that divides the planet in half: each hemisphere is warmed by a single sun. The Northern hemisphere, with its orange sky, is warmer than the Southern hemisphere. Except for a polar region, the planet's climate is clement. The formation of life forms on the planet was thus favourable."


Twinsun cross section

Cross-section of Twinsun

Twinsun is rotating in the langrangian point between two different suns, hence the name, one over each pole. As a result, its equator is the coldest part of the planet, and its poles are the hottest. It is unknown if there is night in the planet. It is orbited by a moon.

It is revealed that the planet is hollow and inhabited by the creature(s) collectively known as the "goddess Sendell". The planet serves for the gestation of a new entity.

It is suggested that Twinsun, as well as Zeelich, is much smaller than Earth and that the twinsunians are tiny creatures. In LBA2 some characters have captured artifacts such as paper clips found in space, obviously from Earth, and they are smaller than these.



Twinsun, seen from the north hemisphere

As explained above, the planet is divided in two habitable hemispheres. When Dr. FunFrock ruled the planet, he ordered the Northen Hemisphere depopulated, and spread rumors of monsters and disasters to scare the people, in order to work around the Well of Sendell and concentrate the building of his installations and forces there. The Southern Hemisphere therefore is the most populated, but some rogue groups persisted living in the Northern underground.

Northern HemisphereEdit


Southern HemisphereEdit


The dominant species of Twinsun are collectivelly known as "Twinsunians".



Twinsun has a variety of animals and other sentient or semi-sentient creatures. Animals can talk.