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[[File:Starfire again.jpg|thumb|[[Starfire|Starfire, a]] [[Tamaranean|native of a]] [[Tamaran|planet that is located in the same]] [[Vega system|solar system as the]] [[planet|planet '''Voorl'''.]]<ref>As seen in [[DC Comics Super Heroes - My First Dictionary]] (2014).</ref>]]
 
[[File:Starfire again.jpg|thumb|[[Starfire|Starfire, a]] [[Tamaranean|native of a]] [[Tamaran|planet that is located in the same]] [[Vega system|solar system as the]] [[planet|planet '''Voorl'''.]]<ref>As seen in [[DC Comics Super Heroes - My First Dictionary]] (2014).</ref>]]
   
'''Voorl''' was the ??? [[planet]] in the [[Vega system]], located in the [[Milky Way Galaxy]], approximately twenty-six light-years from [[Earth]].
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'''Voorl''' was the fourteenth [[planet]] in the [[Vega system]], located in the [[Milky Way Galaxy]], approximately twenty-six light-years from [[Earth]].
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
   
'''Voorl''' was a nearly-dead planet by the [[20th century]]; the fierce native [[Voorlian]]s had stripped the planet of all other [[life form]]s. Possessing purple [[hair]], orange [[eye]]s, white faces, black eyes, and [[humanoid]] forms, the [[death]]of a [[Voorlian]] triggers the generation of one hundred [[offspring]]. Consumed with [[greed]], the natives of this world were a threat to any life form they come into contact with.
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'''Voorl''' was a nearly-dead planet by the [[20th century]]; the fierce native [[Voorlian]]s had stripped the planet of all other [[life form]]s. Possessing purple [[hair]], orange [[eye]]s, white faces, black eyes, and [[humanoid]] forms, the [[death]] of a [[Voorlian]] triggers the generation of one hundred [[offspring]]. Consumed with [[greed]], the natives of this world were a threat to any life form they come into contact with.
   
 
When an [[alien]] [[species|race]] bartered the right to study them in exchange for [[food]], the Voorlians were infected with a [[virus]] which rendered them incapable of reproducing. In the [[1990s]] there was only a single Voorlian native left who was capable of reproduction, but, by all estimates, one is all that was necessary to eventually [[population|repopulate]] the planet.<ref>As seen in [[The Atlas of the DC Universe]] (1990).</ref>
 
When an [[alien]] [[species|race]] bartered the right to study them in exchange for [[food]], the Voorlians were infected with a [[virus]] which rendered them incapable of reproducing. In the [[1990s]] there was only a single Voorlian native left who was capable of reproduction, but, by all estimates, one is all that was necessary to eventually [[population|repopulate]] the planet.<ref>As seen in [[The Atlas of the DC Universe]] (1990).</ref>

Latest revision as of 17:06, February 2, 2017

Starfire again

Starfire, a native of a planet that is located in the same solar system as the planet Voorl.[1]

Voorl was the fourteenth planet in the Vega system, located in the Milky Way Galaxy, approximately twenty-six light-years from Earth.

HistoryEdit

Voorl was a nearly-dead planet by the 20th century; the fierce native Voorlians had stripped the planet of all other life forms. Possessing purple hair, orange eyes, white faces, black eyes, and humanoid forms, the death of a Voorlian triggers the generation of one hundred offspring. Consumed with greed, the natives of this world were a threat to any life form they come into contact with.

When an alien race bartered the right to study them in exchange for food, the Voorlians were infected with a virus which rendered them incapable of reproducing. In the 1990s there was only a single Voorlian native left who was capable of reproduction, but, by all estimates, one is all that was necessary to eventually repopulate the planet.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. As seen in DC Comics Super Heroes - My First Dictionary (2014).
  2. As seen in The Atlas of the DC Universe (1990).

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