|Darkmoon/Naadi (Corridor 2111)|
|Classic Era (1115)|| |
|Hard Times (1130)|| |
- It is a main world which is a satellite of either a gas giant or another world.
- This world toils under the control of a military government with conditions reflecting that situation including curtailed civil rights and limited freedoms.
- A Prison World, exile camp, or prison camp for criminals or other exiles is located upon this world in addition to other points of interest.
- It is a member of the Third Imperium in the Lemish Subsector of Corridor Sector in the Domain of Vland.
- During the Second Imperium this world was named Muumma.
- Lying off the beaten track, the main world is Tsenjia, a low population water world with little in the way of indigenous life forms, which has been stocked with Terran sea life.
- For much of its Imperial history, the system has been home to a Naval base on Darkmoon, a moon orbiting the outermost gas giant.
- Darkmoon is also a water world, but one that is trapped beneath a thick layer of ice and kept in liquid form by the tidal effect of the gas giant.
Point of Interest: Terraforming Project
- By 695, imported fish stocks on Tsenjia in the Darkmoon (Corridor 2111) system reached an exploitable level. A modest export trade begins. Almost all higher native species are extinct by this time.
History & Background (Dossier)
The base was actually home to the System Defense Boat and Space-Submarine Warfare School, devoted to training in the tactics and methods necessary to assault and defend water worlds (specifically against System Defence Boats operating from under the sea).
- Yet when the base was closed in 902, life on Tsenjia declined, including a drop in the system's tech level from TL9 to TL7.
- Fortunately since 1105, life has improved in economic terms for the seven million inhabitants of Tsenjia, after the mega-corporation, SuSAG, opened the Darkmoon Imperial Prison for over three thousand inmates.
- The medium and maximum security TL12 facility, lies on the floor of Darkmoon's ocean, making escape rather difficult.
- Of course, inmates are expected to work while they serve out their sentence and the corporation gives them two choices.
- The first is as test subjects for SuSAG's biochemical research division, and the second is as part their underwater salvage program.