Galaxy Children

★Welcome Explorers★

If you’ve found your way to this page, you must be as curious about these strange interstellar creatures as we are! Here you will find detailed species information, including how Galaxy Children are born, what types of galaxies they appear in, how they evolve, and natural predators.

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Origin Galaxy Grades

Origin galaxies of Galaxy Children are known as Gnatiénas Galaxies. They are graded by the folowing scale:

  • A Grade: Average saturation of Galaxy Child Birth Constellations. Children born in these galaxies posess a wide range of Attributes. Galaxy is composed of nominal levels of gas, dust, nebulae, proto stars, dark matter, main sequence stars, etc.
  • H Grade: High saturation of Galaxy Child Birth Constellations. Children born in these Galaxies tend to be Nebula Attribute. Galaxy is composed of mainly Main Sequence stars and nebulae.
  • R Grade: Galaxy Child Birth Constellations rarely form. All Children born in these galaxies are Null Attribute. Galaxy is composed of mainly supergiant and white dwarf stars.
  • U Grade: Unpredictable Galaxy Child Birth Constellation formation. Many Constellations that do form tend to burn out before birth. Children born in these Galaxies have no discernible Attribute quality. Galaxy is composed of mostly dark matter.

Each discovered galaxy rating is appended by a number to denote order of discovery. (EX: Gnatiénas A-1)

Birth Constellations

At the core of every Galaxy Child lies a Major star and a set of Minor stars. A Major star is a birth star that turns into a Galaxy Child’s form. Minor stars support the Major star and often determine what Attribute a Galaxy Child will have.

Birth Constellations pulse in a unique pattern of electromagnetic waves before a Galaxy Child is formed. The pattern only lasts for an observable 12 months before becoming a Galaxy Child.

If a Birth Constellation fails to form a Child after 12 months the stars burn out into their base elements.


A Galaxy Child Name is based on three unique signifiers linked to their discovery order and visual appearance.

The first signifier is a letter of the Greek alphabet in order of their discovery and entry into the main Galaxy Child database.

The second signifier is a Galaxy Child’s primary star color in Latin.

The third signifier is either a Galaxy Child’s attribute or primary identifier in Greek.

A Galaxy Child’s secondary form has the suffix “Draco” attached.

Due to the lengthy full naming structure of a Galaxy Child, each Galaxy Child also has a shorthand designation. For example, the Galaxy Child Alpha Niger Komítis is more commonly known by the shorthand designation “Niko”.


When a Galaxy Child speaks they emit all notes of a specific word in order of appearance, with an elongated note at the end to denote a completed word.
For example: “hello” contains five notes, with a hold on the “o” to denote the end of the word. The lengths of tones or word-endings can also convey mood, sarcasm, or other emotional factors.

Below are audio samples of two phrases in the Galaxy Child language:


“I am Alpha Niger Komitis”

For a full chart of Galaxy Child speech, including phonetics and translation to the standard English alphabet, please see Galaxy Children Discovery.


Attributes determine the abilities and special traits of Galaxy Children. They also tend to translate into their primary mode of defense or attack in their Child and Draco Forms.

Some common examples of defensive abilities are:

  • Nebula – Can throw/spit stars like liquid fire to disintegrate threats
  • Comet – Can shield or defend using comet tails attached to them. Draco’s can create comets to throw at enemies.
  • Sun – Can generate solar flares at will
  • Black Hole – Can create or destroy black holes at will
  • Asteroid/Satellite – Use the asteroids around them to defend or attack (they cannot create new ones however). Most asteroids will obey these kind of Galaxy Children

Click the icons below to view common types of Galaxy Children found in each category.


The reason for a Galaxy Child’s evolution to Draco is varied. Some Galaxy Children can evolve to their Draco form at will, but typically the transformation is brought on by a great need or an unexpected threat.

Galaxy Dracos possess a secondary Major Star and at least one new Minor star to better maintain their form.

For a full documentation on Galaxy Child formation, anatomy, and body structure, please see Galaxy Children Discovery.


The natural predator of Galaxy Children are the Skiá. These strange beings eat light and have an almost bottomless appetite. The key to defeating them is to remove all three of their eyes, which turns them into harmless black fog. The Skiá can also evolve to a Draco form but no Galaxy Child has seen one and lived.

On average a Skiá is twice the size of a Galaxy Child. They travel in packs of a half dozen or more and possess no stars, but they do generate a malevolent red light after they’ve eaten.

For a full documentation on Skiá anatomy and size comparison, please see Galaxy Children Discovery.