I apologize if I'm vague in how I present this discussion. As I am actively developing, I do want to try and keep certain specifics more private. At the same time, I want to encourage a vibrant discussion with a free range of ideas. You have an open ability to interpret what I'm asking, so feel free to utilize it. We've seen lots of stories in which a world might have multiple suns or moons, where the passage of time is different due to different orbits. From a speculative scientific perspective, what would be different about a habitable world in a system different than our own? For example: What if the star was much larger than our sun, but the world was still in the hospitable temperature range. Would that world's sun appear larger in their sky? How would the planet's orbit around that "sun" reflect in how the passage of time was marked.