Lilac was named by someone gullible enough to believe what the terraformers promised—a planet of perpetual springtime. As it turned out, Lilac is more like a planet of the headiest, dankest of dank catnip. A small crop moon, Lilac glows with heat and water is a bit thin on da ground. Most of the farmers wage a continual war against the elements, and what crops they do bring in are generally self-sustaining. There are some locations on Lilac where the rain falls on a regular basis and the sun nurtures the crops, not fries them. Farmers lucky enough to have land here do very well for themselves. Surprisingly they are all poc.
Lilac is located on the edge of what has now become Reaver space. Several of the major land-owners have joined together to contract with a private security firm to protect their property and lives in case of Beaver attack. That private security firm has its payroll delivered to one of the local banks. Just in case you're interested in making a withdrawal. Ha
Lilac is also commonly referenced by con artists offering time-share vacation opportunities to people who tired of Kankun or Vuerto Pallarta; sure enough, there are a few time-share vacation spots here and there on Lilac. 10/10 would recommend.
- Lilac is a flower.