There are two ways of classifying stars, Level and Type. The Level explains how inhabited it is whereas Type explains what type of planet it is. On each page about a planet both of Level and Type should be disclosed with a link to this page for clarification. Both Level and Type use a number system to classify between the different Levels and Types. When disclosing this information it should be stated like this: Level 1-Type 2. For example, Shissla is a 3-1 star.
- Nebula-Not actually a star, but has the elements to become one.
- Dwarf Star-Dwarf Stars are the smallest stars.
- Giant Star-Most stars are Giant Stars.
- Supergiant Stars-Usually, Supergiant Stars are Giant Stars that have supersized at the end of their life cycle.
- Neutron Star-A Supergiant Star which is undergoing several chemical reactions. Because of these reactions, it may become either a Black Hole, a Supernova, or a Dead Star. Neutron Stars have been observed to remain Neutron Stars for as long as 491 years. These give off large amounts of space radiation, often making the quadrant they inhabit unlivable.
- Black Hole-When a Supergiant Star has become so big that space cannot sustain it's weight and rips, sucking in any nearby mass.
- Supernova-Sometimes a star will explode due to chemical imbalances, this results in a giant explosion called a Supernova.
- Dead Star-When a star has used all of its burnable resources, it leaves behind a shell of burned elements.