Due to the influence of the Saar, the galactic standard numbering is in base 7. All numbers here are in base 10, unless noted.
The Saar pioneered a money system based on precious metals. Again, note that the values shown here are in base ten, our numbering system, rather than base seven, the galactic standard.
- 49 Aght (Agh) = 1 Auht (Auh)
- 49 Auht (Auh) = 1 Plaht (Ph)
Humanity is the first to attempt to classify planets by their type and environment, rather than simply if they are habitable or not. The types of planets are as follows:
- Terrestrial: Type of planet similar to Earth mostly water and large swathes of landmass.
- Aquatic: Planet covered in liquid water or some other fluid, with few if any landmasses.
- Barren: No liquid surface water. Descriptors are often added afterwards to reflect the composition of the planet's surface, viz. Barren Rock, Barren Lava, Barren Crystal, etc.
- Verdant: Mostly filled with jungle.
- Dead: Formerly life-bearing, now rendered lifeless as the result of war or another cataclysm.
- Jovian: Similar in composition to Jupiter
- Neptunian: Similar in composition to Neptune
- Class I: Continental-scale destruction or mass extinction. Example:
- Class II: Civilization-scale destruction or mass extinction. Example: Earth's Great War Period (1914-1945)
- Class III: Biome-scale destruction or mass extinction. Example:
- Class IV: Total destruction of sapient species on a planet. Example:
- Class V: Biosphere-scale destruction or mass extinction. Example: The Great Dying
- Class VI: Planetary-scale destruction or total extinction. Example: Distress Terracide.
- Class VII: Solar System-scale destruction or total extinction. Example:
- Class VIII: Galactic-scale destruction or total extinction. Only known example is The Scouring.