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Dimonroff is a secret facility owned by the Special Division of Experimental Technology, a Karalian Empire organization which studies new and alien technology. Unlike the facility on Thaloss, Dimonroff's existence is top secret. It is highly classified, and some simply pass it off as an amateur conspiracy theory. It is a space station orbiting Kazador, an enormous red giant star surrounded in a thick nebula known as Kani'Majoro.

To keep its location secret from anyone who happens to stumble upon the station, espionage units consisting of individuals known as "Phantoms" deny the existence of the station to said individual. A Phantom can erase and alter memories of individuals who happen to see Dimonroff by using special devices that isolate one's thoughts.


Dimonroff orbits its star at 5 AU. The nebula makes it incredibly difficult to navigate along with the enormous gravity wells of the star. Not to mention, the star ejects wild flares that stretch well beyond the star itself. As a result, most believe that Dimonroff cannot actually exist. However, as the facilities of Dimonroff perform research on illegal technology, it is understandable that the facility is equipped with technology not commonly seen throughout the Karalian Empire.

To maintain stability, Dimonroff is shrouded in a complex network of EM waves that keeps its orbit stable as well to divert flares away. The station is also completely self sufficient. Solar panels collect energy from the star and mechs regularly collect minerals from dust and small planetoids.

While Dimonroff has no windows, viewed from the outside, one will see Kazador dominate half the sky, while a thick red nebula dominants the other side along with several small planetoids.


In Dimonroff, highly classified research is undertaken. Many of these projects have questionable ethical values, but these are meant to be last resort tools.


If Dimonroff actually exists, it would be illegal. Many of Dimonroff's research projects have questionable ethics, but the secrecy is done in an attempt to explore possibilities and new sciences without the interferences of politicians.