Aksa (Da 0426) (world)
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Aksa is a fluid world with an oceanic geography of a liquid other than water such as ammonia, methane, hydrocarbons, or other exotic liquids. The system has a population between 10,000 and 10 million, lacking the industrial base to be completely self-supporting. It is a member of Third Imperium in the Zeda Subsector of Dagudashaag Sector and in the Domain of Vland. Aksa, as a member world of the Third Imperium, holds the estate of an Imperial knight, a member of the Imperial Nobility charged with overseeing the world. During the Long Night this world was named Shamma.
Astrography and planetology
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Aksa (Da 0426) Monostellar System Star Name Hierarchy Color Classification Remarks Aksa (Da 0426) Primary Primary Orange K1 V
Point of Interest: Prime Orbital Habitat
Prime, a cylindrical shaped million ton orbital habitat, is home to Aksa's entire population. It is site of the class C starport and serves as a fueling stop for vessels unwilling to make the journey out to the system's gas giants. A fleet of six locally constructed five kiloton fuel haulers complete the return journey every few weeks.
History and background
Aksa was a pleasant agricultural colony during the First Imperium and the Rule of Man, supporting a population of more than seventy million people. During the Long Night the government fragmented into competitive, militant feudal states that had an average Technology level of six. The civilization on Aksa was wiped out by a nuclear-biological-chemical conflict around -1000.
Today the world is still seriously radioactive and has large quantities of toxins and pathogens in the atmosphere. There are extensive ruins on the surface. Most have been mapped from orbit, but there have been few proper expeditions to the surface.
The orbital habitat Prime has no formal government, although a 'Steering Committee' makes decisions concerning the maintenance and upkeep of the habitat. Within the chambers and corridors local councils or gangs run day-to-day affairs, and their rule is enforced by thugs and paramilitary 'Doers'. Vested interests prevent large-scale violence. Travelers are advised to engage the services of a reputable local guide and to avoid districts away from the port facility.