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It is unknown if Ohm is governed by monarch or another political system. However, the people of the planet prefers a peaceful conduct and balance. They take joy in the simplistic of things, including the songs of the birds.
It can be assumed that the fauna is relatively the same as on other planets. The most notable are the monkey warriors who defend their planet's source of magic. The monkeys are bipedal but can efficiently utilize their arms and legs.
The land appears mountainous with relatively flat terrains, the flora are mostly trees, grass and some flowers.
In "The Island of Dragons", Valtor has been feeling unsettled and cannot morph. It troubles him, and so, Darcy advises him to go to Ohm to steal their magic. Since stealing magic relaxes Valtor, he takes her advice and teleports there.
Upon arrival, he locates the water shrine that holds the planet's source of magic. The sources resemble wind chimes and are guarded by four monkey warriors.
The monkey warriors battle Valtor in order to protect the sources but are dispatched by Valtor. And with just one magical blast, Valtor destroys the shrine and absorbs all of its magic, the wind chimes then break and disorder, intolerance and destruction spreads amongst the planet's inhabitants.
Valtor then meditates peacefully and then teleports home.
He returns to Cloud Tower, and gives the Trix their souvenirs. For Icy and Stormy, much to their dismay, are given brightly colored shawls that are said to give off a calming affect. For Darcy, she is given a hematite bracelet that is said to ward off any negative energy (and could be useful around her sisters).
Valtor then mediates and demonstrates his power, showing how much stronger and calmer he has become after the trip.
- The name of the Realm comes from the Ohm, which is the SI Unit of Electrical Resistance. It can also be from the mystic word AUM found in Indian religions which is always intoned at the beginning of any prayer, mantra or at the beginning and end of any reading of sacred scriptures in Hindu tradition.