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Micawber's World was an artificial planet built around an asteroid located between Pluto and Cassius. In 3999 it was owned by Carrington Corporation. It was named for Chase Carrington's mother, whose maiden name was Micawber. That year it also played host to the Intergalactic Olympic Games.

According to Professor Thripsted's Guide to Having Fun in the Milky Way it was one of the most sought after holiday locations in the galaxy. (PROSE: Placebo Effect)

Historians from an era that followed the Last Great Time War found a Space Security Service archive on Micawber's World that held an unsubstantiated account of the Daleks' Pa Jass-Gutrik against the Movellans. (PROSE: Dalek: The Astounding Untold History of the Greatest Enemies of the Universe)

Groups and associations with a presence on Micawber's World[]

The Church of the Way Forward had a following on Micawber's World. There was a church built by a Christian based faith. The criminal Foamasi organisations Dark Peaks Lodge, South Lodge and Twin Suns Lodge all had an active presence during 3999 on Micawber's World. (PROSE: Placebo Effect)

Other notable features[]

The Olympic Stadium on Micawber's World was named the 7,438th Wonder of the Universe, despite there not being 7,437 other wonders. (PROSE: Placebo Effect)

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