Pretty, isn't she?

Xenon is a peaceful blue planet in the Earnon solar system of the Earnon galaxy.


It is ruled by democracy. It is the home of StarCon, and as such, a large number of varying species reside here. It was settled by humans from Terra III[1]. Even without the presence of any trade with Earth that may have originally stimulated Xenon's economy, there are still a large number of banks, shopping malls, research labs, factories, and evil geniuses which demonstrate Xenon's vitality.

Indeed, its inhabitants have been demonstrated as being successful enough to even have saved entire universes. Their janitors possess, for the most part, superior intelligence. One exception is Roger Wilco. Outside of cities, people must be careful when traversing the fields of poison okra on Xenon.[2]

It is the home of the Federation president who is main leader of the StarCon Federation.

There are some differences between Xenon and the Xenon (original version) following Roger Wilco's various time travel trips. But the full extent of change is not known.

The people of Xenon still read or receive publications from Earth, and utilize Earth based dating systems (for whatever reason).

Originally the Sun of Xenon, Xenon's original sun was dieing. Following the creation of the Star Generator, Xenon now has two suns.


Native RacesEdit

Xenonites[5] include humans, clones, and obi ones.

Behind the scenesEdit

Though the language spoken on Xenon is Xenonian, the race is consistently said to be "human". Roger himself is said to be "human"[7] and in SQ6 he even admits he is human.

Xenon is named after a type of noble gas.


  1. The Space Quest Companion, Second Edition,
  2. SQC2E, 79
  3. SQC2E, 144
  4. SQ1 Hintbook, pg 19
  5. TOGTRWSA1E, pg 200
  6. Narrator (SQ1EGA): That concludes your experiment involving the effects of total vacuum on the human body.", Narrator (SQ1VGA): "It doesn't respond to human voice commands.", "Once again, you've demonstrated your inability to carry out a simple task like saving all of humanity.", Narrator (SQ1VGA): "That concludes your experiment on the effects of vacuum on the unprotected human body.", "The pod drives are still hot and not suitable for handling by humans.", Narrator (SQ2): "Didn't you learn anything in the last game? You can't expose bare human to the harshness of space!", "A sagging mass of flesh that appears to have been human at one time, tubes and wires extend from his body leading to machines which keep him alive.", "Obviously, we didn't learn our lesson in the first chapter about the effects of vacuum on the human body. There are other ways to kill yourself. Try one of them if you want to end it all.", "Who are you, the human fly?", "There are several stalls on the east wall, none of which are designed to accommodate humans.", "Narrator (SQ5): "Fuelish human! You ran out of gas!", Quirk (SQ5): "Hello again Wilco, you insignificant little pimple on the behind of humanity.", WD40 (SQ5): "You thought wrong, human.", Narrator (SQ6):"Not unlike your fellow humans, they pay you no mind.", Roger Wilco (SQ6): "What's the matter? Afraid a measly, little, pencil-neck, lowlife janitor and general waste of human life is going to embarrass you in front of your friends?"
  7. SQ1, SQ2, SQ3, SQ5 and SQ6

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