The story I'm currently writing is about a medieval fantasy/steam punk solar system. The solar system has equally sized planets that some share the same orbit. Each of the 3 faction rules 3 planets out of the 9 planets. The sun is much smaller and hospitable, with powerful beings living there. I have 2 loopholes I cam with and have given them a solution: 1. Interstellar travel is found several decades before the series begins, also there are entry and exit portals at certain places on the planets that work like a one way stargates. 2. Each faction is kind of a constitutional monarchy. The monarch/chieftain picks 6 captains to uphold the law using troops and finance given and command raids and wars when necessary as the monarch may do himself/herself. The people choose an assembly (a parliament) and governmental ministers of each office separately by merit. Each planet has its own separate assembly and governor. The story focuses on the chieftains and the captains of all 3 factions. It is mainly about he characters personal journey and the ongoing conflict. Does it sound reasonable?