I had a brief perusal but what I'm asking is too close to being a binary system to find much. Would it be possible to have two solar systems which are independent of each-other (but close enough to travel between)? Just curious if this would be possible, or if everything has to orbit a single point 'star' (regardless of it being binary). I'd imagine a game mode with 12 - perhaps one team per system (imagine having an entire planet free to prepare for war!) or 3v3 in each system until one team held a system each. Then the two systems would fight it out, flinging asteroids and shooting death rays... Basically this mode would likely make for either a brief lull in a 3v3v3v3 as people prepared their asteroids for warfare/interstellar (close!) travel, or provide a long 'No Rush' mode, which would make for some much bigger economies/battles and ultimately more explosions. I'm aware these solar systems are planned to be enormous enough to hold like 40 people in one - I'd imagine these to be smaller. I'm just wondering if this is possible - it might make for a cool transition/continuous gameplay if you could play (for example) a 3v3, win and immediately merge your game with another 3v3 that just ended and keep whatever remains of your econ and army, and fire it at the next nearby star on an asteroid. Of course this mode would be completely optional - tea is important too.