This article, Ballish, is property of Featherlight.

Planet egg
Galaxy Tailspin Galaxy
Solar System Uppertail
Orbital Position 2nd
Suns 1: Surya
Moons None
Rotation Period 12 hours
Orbital Period 365 days
Class Terrestrial
Atmosphere Breathable
Climate Arctic, Antarctic, Savannah, Tropical
Terrain Mountains, hills, cliffs, plateaus, ocean
Gravity Standard
Surface Water 43.2% water
Species Bitball

Diveball Fireball Fuzzball Hoopball Iceball Sunball

Language Ballish
Government None
Population Approx. 10 million
Major Cities None

Ballish is a dwarf planet inhabited by many balls of all shapes and sizes.


This planet was named because its native species is the ball, or Ballish thromis.


The surface of Ballish is mostly land. However, there is a vertical band of water stretching from the Icy North to the Frozen South. Both poles are ocean as well with giant icebergs the size of small cities. However the band of water is interrupted by two land bridges. These bridges leave a lake in between themduring the dry seasonwhich is called "Middle Ocean." The two bridges are called "Upper Bridge" and "Lower Bridge." However, during the rainy season, the ocean level rises because the icebergs melt a little, causing the bridges to disappear beneath the ocean waves.



A small flying ball, the bitball looks similar to the Earthly baseball. This ball jets through the air at surprising speeds of up to 10 miles per hour. These balls are constantly bickering with each other, arguing over who is faster.


This water species looks like the Earthly football and can dive to depths of up to 100 feet. It launches itself through the water like a torpedo, able to swim up to 20 miles per hour. Its main habitat is the Middle Ocean and enjoys competing in water sports.


The fireball is sphere of hot burning fire, given its name. It can usually be found in and around volcanoes or anywhere there is lava. They are quite dangerous to the other balls and so they are very antisocial.


Similar to the Earthly basketball, hoopballs are perhaps the bounciest of all the balls, able to jump up to 10 feet off the ground. They are called "hoopballs' because they enjoy jumping through hoops and perform in other acrobatic areas.


These balls of ice live in the polar regions where the ice never melts. They never leave the poles where they are born.


As far as "legendary" goes, the sunball would definitely be considered so. It is a glowing golden orb that can float through the air. These balls provide light and heat anywhere. However they are very rare and can't be found easily.