The planet Nazar, as it is known by its Human inhabitants, named after the Middle Eastern* term for the like-charm that is meant to ward off the curse of the Evil Eye. It is a tidally locked planet, and here the projection is centered on the day pole. Despite being tidally locked, Nazar is actually a very populated, bustling planet with some 3.5 billion people belonging to every major sapient species in the Stellar Shura (the bubble of Human-dominated space) and a couple from beyond its frontiers. Were the day pole centered on a continent the planet would be exceptionally dry and hot and would only leave a slim ring of habitable land at the vertical equator between the planet's two sides; instead there is a permanently stormy, but stable tempest at the day point which in turn creates a habitable climate on the sun-facing side of the planet. It is a wet, cloudy, humid world on this face, but this has proven to be more an advantage than a flaw; Hawaiian shirts abound. I'm a bit iffy about the tectonics and landmasses, but they work. I didn't want to contrive all the habitable land surrounding that central point but the top left sure does look empty. Advice is welcome, and questions. *I'd usually be more specific but this specific word is used across the entire Middle East in Turkish, Arabic, Persian and Urdu scripts, among others, which surprised me.