How I get roped into these things, I don't know.
This is Greenleaf, second largest planet in the Georgia system. There are two continents and a heap of offshore islands. Both continents cross the equator, leaving most of the planet prime tropical wilderness full of palm, coconut, vines and ferns taller than five men together. The further north or south you go, the tropics begin to give way to temperate deciduous rainforests of fir, oak, ash and birch. And all of it's interlaced with rivers and mountains.
There are two major towns: Leafport and Milltown. LeafPort,
population around 150,000 permanent residents, is home to the Alliance hub, the big space-port and the very good hospital. I try not to go there unless I have real business, or am snakebit. (That doesn't happen all that often.) Leafport is on a seaport, but it's also the hub for the high-speed hover-train.
There's a good amount of crime in a town like Leafport, but the worst was a couple years back. Some pirates escaped and the entire police department burned to the ground. Most of the local policing force was killed, including a guy I knew from my schoolyard days. And people keep asking why I don't like to go into town? Milltown
population is around 75,000 most of the year, but there's a lot of folk live in town during the monsoons and head back into forests to farm and harvest during the dry season. The wild has been tamed here and there by industrious settlers. Some of the more established plantations have been there two or three generations now, and I know them all. Kingdom Station
The station itself sits way up on Kingdom Mountain, surrounded by some of the roughest jungle. It's an Alliance communications satellite post now, but during the war it was a serious skirmish sight. The town of Station sits down the side of the mountain and serves as a supply stop for cattle runners. This is good high-mountain country, up out of the jungle swamps so beef, goat, and llama are common.
(Aside from Milltown, the second Continent is a blank slate for the future!)