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Lorcadia
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Physical
Dominant terrain
classification

Ocean

Points of
interest

Whirlpool generators

Species
Dominant

Protoss

Societal
Settlements

Protoss hatcheries


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This following section contains information from concept art that may not be canonical.

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Lorcadia is a protoss-colonized planet only known from StarCraft: Ghost concept art.

Ancient whirlpool generators spin slowly, creating massive whirlpools over Lorcadia that reach the ocean floor.[1][2]

NotesEdit

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This following section contains information from concept art that may not be canonical.

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The hatchery

The artist, Johnnie Estill, drew concept art for a design proposing that the protoss laid eggs on Lorcadia which would hatch underwater.[3][4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Johnnie Estill. Whirlpool Tower. CGPortfolio - Johnnie H. Estill II. Accessed 2009-04-18.
  2. Johnnie Estill. Blizzard Entertainment-StarCraft: Ghost Concept Art by Johnnie Estill (Whirlpool Generator Concept). Digitalenvi.com. The art of Johnnie H. Estill II. Accessed 2009-04-18.
  3. Johnnie Estill, Chung Kan. Hidden Hatchlings. CGPortfolio - Johnnie H. Estill II. Accessed 2009-04-18.
  4. Johnnie Estill. Blizzard Entertainment-StarCraft: Ghost Concept Art by Johnnie Estill (Protoss Underwater Hatchery). Digitalenvi.com. The art of Johnnie H. Estill II. Accessed 2009-04-18.

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