|No. of Stars||10|
|Majority Control||The Retreat (TRet) - 40%|
|2nd Control||Non-Aligned Unexplored (NaXX) - 40%|
|3rd Control||Non-Aligned Human-dominated (NaHu) - 10%|
|4th Control||Non-Aligned Unclaimed (NaXX) - 10%|
- 1 Description / Specifications
- 2 Physical Astrography
- 3 Political Astrography
- 4 History & Background
- 5 References & Contributors / Sources
Description / Specifications
Baradis Subsector is named for the Baradis system and its red giant primary star. It lies within the Baradine Divide and is considered to be the area where the Border Rifts join the Great Void. Baradis Subsector is an undeveloped backwater filled with relatively marginal worlds. The Retreat lies within its borders.
The following astrographic features can be found within this area:
Clusters & Traces
Rifts & Voids
Other Astrographic Features
- The Cauldron Nebula, lying within Cauldron Sector, some 116 parsecs to coreward-trailing, can be seen as a star-studded luminous region in night-time skies from all of the worlds of the Subsector.
- Basilisk's Eye (1723 Tarchon Sector). The extremely luminous white supergiant star, lying around 153 parsecs to coreward-trailing, can be clearly seen from all of the worlds of the Subsector.
- Demon's Eye (1621 Far Home Sector). The intensely luminous blue supergiant star, lying approximately 21 parsecs to coreward-trailing at its closest point, can be clearly seen from all of the worlds of the Subsector.
One system within Baradis Subsector remains officially unexplored as of 5600AD. It lies six parsecs from the Distant Fringe proper, within the Great Void, placing it far beyond the range of conventional vessels. It is likely that governments and organisations know significantly more about it than is made available to the general public.
|2740 Halcyon||Unter||M2 V||M7 V||4 Gas Giants|
- Data drawn from the DSP Listing. The listed name is the generally accepted name of the system, but it is not in any sense official.
Population: 16.7 million Sophonts.
- Humaniti (Human races)
- Non-Human Races
- Esaran: approximately 85,000 (0.51% of the population).
- Hoppers: approximately 700,000 "Outer" Hoppers (4.19% of the population), most typically forming insular self-sufficient communities within established urban areas. Most have never visited Fedan, their ancestral homeworld, and many have developed unique customs and habits.
- Temelik: 45,000 (0.27% of the population) widely dispersed within human-dominated systems.
- Anglish The language of the Firstworlds and the Bright Conclave. A direct descendant of Fleet Anglic, widely spoken throughout the Distant Fringe. Most people know a few words and phrases of Anglish.
- Meranto. The language of the Rimward Federation, closely related to Fleet Anglic. It is not widely spoken outside of the Pel Avena cluster – many native Meranto speakers can also speak Anglish.
- Jitsathu. A language of Halcyon Sector. It is most common in the spinward-rimward quadrant of Far Home Sector, particularly around the Wolfs Tail Star Lane.
No information yet available.
History & Background
No information yet available.
Major Historical Events Timeline
These are some of the more important historical events that have affected this area include:
- 2255AD: The Last Armada arrives in the Demon Cluster.
- 2500AD: The monolithic and anti-expansionist Second Confederation is founded. Settlement within the Demon Cluster is restricted to its coreward regions: Baradis Subsector remains unexplored and unpopulated.
- ca 3200: very limited exploration within the rimward regions of the Demon Cluster.
- 3440AD: Third Confederation founded. Burst expansion.
- ca 3500AD: Sporadic but gradual settlement throughout the Subsector.
- 3730AD: Voyagers arrive and devastate the Subsector. The Dark Age begins.
- 4549AD: The Voyagers depart and the Dark Age ends. The Renaissance sees the first steps back into space.
- 5600AD: Data for Baradis Subsector is published in the DSP Listing.
References & Contributors / Sources
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- Author & Contributor: Lord (Marquis) and Master Scout Emeritus Adie Alegoric Stewart of the IISS
- Author & Contributor: Lord (Marquis) and Master of Sophontology Maksim-Smelchak of the Ministry of Science