Collective of Nist

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The Collective of Nist is a defunct minor Polity of Halcyon Sector.

Astronavigational Codes[edit]

Polity Astronavigational Codes
Polity Survey Code Type Remarks
Collective of Nist Pre-Imperial Unknown No standard code None
Collective of Nist 1st Survey (300) Cn 2-ltr code None
Collective of Nist 2nd Survey (1065) CNis 4-ltr code None

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Collective occupied the worlds of the Nist Cluster. It came into existence during the civil wars and became a state at the beginning of the 35th century. It joined in full union with the New Republic in the mid-37th century.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

During the civil wars the systems of the Nist Cluster declared themselves to be collectively neutral and drew up a treaty of cooperation. They retained a number of large warships and a powerful army, largely drawn from the heavily populated world of Haden (1515 Halcyon), which helped to assert their position. Further defense treaties and economic agreements bound the worlds closer together and in 3400AD, at the end of the civil wars, they declared as a separate and independent state.

The Collective of Nist was never much more than a fractious trading union governed by an Inner Council drawn the leadership of each world. Each member system retained a great deal of local autonomy and internal squabbles and politicking were common, but together they thrived. The Collective signed an economic and trade partnership with the New Republic in 3619AD, and in 3638AD, following a series of referendums, it joined in full union with the New Republic to form the Grand Ascendency.

Worlds & Sectors (Astrography)[edit]

This polity can be primarily found in the following areas:
Faraway Sectors:

Capital/s: 1105[edit]

The capital/s of this polity is/are located in the following location/s:

World Listing: 1105[edit]

The following systems and worlds are a part of this polity:

No world articles for Collective of Nist

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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