Amec Trade Protectorate

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An expansionistic, military, and mercantile league of worlds covering more than twenty worlds within Zeda, Bolivar, and Remnants subsectors.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Amec Trade Protectorate is classed as a cultural region within the Imperium and must acknowledge Imperial sovereignty and military policy.

  • Nahuatl is the official language of the Protectorate.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

The South American and African descendants that colonized worlds in the Bolivar subsector rebelled against the Imperial culture, rediscovering their ancestral root.

Worlds & Sectors (Astrography)[edit]

This polity is primarily located in the following areas:

Over the centuries, the Protectorate has continued to grow through trade and military endeavors to encompass a major, at the time, unaligned segment of Zeda subsector.

  • Since the Imperial rules of war prevent outright military conquest, the Protectorate became expert in using internal dissent to destabilize an existing government.
  • At this point, the Amec-backed rebels would invite the Protectorate to come in as a peace-keeping force.
  • Once their forces were legally on-planet the rules of war no longer applied and outright military conquest began in earnest.
  • While most Amec worlds have elected to change the names of their planets, the Imperium has maintained the original designations on all Imperial Surveys.

World Listing: 1116[edit]

The following worlds can be found within this entity:

23 of 23 World articles in Amec Trade Protectorate
Anshaar  •  Asimidiske  •  Coroico  •  Dudin (Da 0230)  •  Eddum  •  Ekhor  •  Hu (Da 0229)  •  Iur  •  Iushush  •  Kaattji  •  Kinhe  •  Lemimamur  •  Maq'appav  •  Mimku  •  Nidavellir  •  Shammud  •  Shashankhu  •  Shogun  •  Shumuu  •  Syrna  •  T'azhqava  •  Tsuchi  •  Ushkhir  •  
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References and contributors[edit]

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