Io

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Io
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Astrographical

Star, position:

Sol, Jupiter

Physical

Diameter:

3642.58921

Gravity:

0.183 g

Length of day:

1.77 (synchronous)

Atmosphere:

Sulfer dioxide (SO2)
Sulfur monoxide (SO)
Sodium chloride (NaCl)[1] (pre-Traveler)

Surface temperature:

-202°F

Demonym:

Ionian

Species:

Vex
Fallen
Cabal

Government:

Red Legion, Vex, and Fallen occupation

 
"Io was the last place visited by The Traveler, and the site of great interest to both humanity and the timeless Vex machines. The Red Legion, too, now seek to unravel the secrets and power of this place, gouging at the surface, seeking to uncover new sources of power to aid in their quest to dominate our worlds. It is up to you to protect this place, and preserve its great legacy."
—Website description

Io (also called Jupiter I) is one of the four major moons of Jupiter.

Overview

In the final days of the Golden Age the Traveler was in the midst of terraforming Io when it detected the Darkness approaching; abandoning the moon it fled to Earth.[2] As a result of this the Ioian climate and geography do not support traditional agriculture, meaning some remnant of Io's original atmospheric composition prevented the growth of plants.[2] Echo Mesa, a mountain on Io,[3] has become a popular pilgrimage site for Guardians.[2]

One of the legends of the Nine state they are some of the original Awoken transcended to mental form and live inside the Jupiter-Io flux tube.[4]

History

During the The Red War, Io became a warzone for Guardian, Red Legion, Fallen, and Vex forces. Io was the final place that the Traveler influenced with Light in the Solar System. Io is also a sacred ground for Warlocks.

Locations

Adventures

TBA

Lost Sectors

TBA

List of appearances

Gallery

References

  1. ^ Space.com - Io: Facts about Jupiter’s Volcanic Moon
  2. ^ a b c Bungie (2017/28/3), Destiny: Age of Triumph Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: Cayde-6
  3. ^ Wikipedia - List of mountains on Io
  4. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: Legends 2