Deneb Sector

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Deneb Sector
Spinward Marches Tuglikki Corridor
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Reft
Subsectors
Pretoria Lamas Antra Million
Sabine Inar Dunmag Atsah
Star Lane Vincennes Usani Geniishir
Gulf (De M) Zeng Kamlar Vast Heavens
Sector Data
No. of Worlds 386
Population 633,063 million
Majority Control Third Imperium - 89%
Secondary Control Vargr Space - 5%
Tertiary Control Other - 6%
Domain Domain of Deneb
Balkanized Space
Capital Deneb (Deneb 1925)
Gross Sector Product BCr3,973,382
Trade Volume BCr23,593
Imperial Coordinate -3 / +1
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Deneb Sector (Imperial Coordinates -3/1) is located Spinward of Corridor and Coreward of Reft sectors.

Meta-History & Background[edit]

Deneb Sector was originally designed by Marc W. Miller and appears in Classic Traveller Atlas of the Imperium (GDW, 1984).

  • Additionally, Traveller author and fan John G. Wood has collected data and done important work developing this sector.

  1. In 1984, Classic Traveller the Atlas of the Imperium was published.
  2. In 1985, the periodical The Travellers' Digest 01 was published.
  3. In 1985, the periodical The Travellers' Digest 02 was published.
  4. In 1988, MegaTraveller The Early Adventures was published.
  5. In 1990, the periodical The Travellers' Digest 19 was published.
  6. In 1992, MegaTraveller Journal 03 was published.
  7. In 1993, the periodical Challenge 71 was published.
  8. In 1994, the periodical Traveller Chronicle 04 was published.
  9. In 1995, TNE The Regency Sourcebook was published.
  10. In 2012, Mongoose Traveller: Deneb Sector was published.

Description[edit]

Deneb is an area of great significance. As the major thoroughfare from the Imperial Core to the Spinward Marches Sector and the rest of the frontier, it sees a large amount of traffic in both directions. Containing the advance defenses of the realm (after the Marches, of course), it has not seen a major war itself in its entire history. Home to one of the brightest stars in the galaxy, it is an area of wonder, beauty, travel, and fortune.

Toponyms[edit]

This sector has been known by different names to different groups over its existence including the following:

Deneb Sector Names
Culture Toponym Polity
Third Imperium Deneb Third Imperium
Aslan Deneb Aslan Hierate
Droyne Unknown Droyne Oytrip Yatroy
Hiver Nieklsdia Hive Federation
K'kree Unknown Two Thousand Worlds
Solomani Deneb Solomani Confederation
Vargr Nieklsdia Vargr Extents
Vilani Deneb Third Imperium
Zhodani Nieklsdia Zhodani Consulate

Native Sophonts[edit]

18 Sophonts in the Deneb Sector

The following races (sophont species) are believed to have originated within this area:

Linguistic Topography[edit]

The following languages are among the most commonly used within this astrographic region:

Physical Astrography[edit]

No information yet available.

Mains and Branches[edit]

Traces and Clusters[edit]

Rifts, Voids, and Jump Bridges[edit]

Other Astrographic Features[edit]

History & Background[edit]

No information yet available.

Historical Eras[edit]

Major Historical Events Timeline[edit]

Deneb was not seriously settled by either the Vilani Ziru Sirka or the Solomani Rule of Man; this had to wait until the early years of the vigorous Third Imperium when explorers of the new Imperial Interstellar Scout Service pushed beyond the known frontiers of Corridor Sector and found many readily exploitable worlds. [1]

These are some of the more important historical events that have affected this sector:

Politics and Diplomacy : Milieu 1116[edit]

The Deneb sector has 386 worlds, of which 332 have native gas giants. The estimated population for the sector is 460 billion sophonts (not necessarily humans). There are 26 High population (Hi) worlds, 31 Moderate population (Ph) worlds, 178 Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, 105 Low population (Lo) worlds, and two Barren (Ba) worlds. There are 47 Agricultural (Ag) worlds versus 21 Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, and 38 Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds. There are 22 Rich (Ri) worlds versus 15 Industrial (In) worlds. There are six Asteroid (As) belts, 28 Desert (De) worlds, 15 Garden (Ga) worlds, 14 Ice-capped (Ic) worlds, 65 Poor (Po) worlds, 37 Vacuum (Va) worlds, and 25 Water (Wa) or Ocean (Oc) worlds. There are 62 Naval bases in the sector, 96 Scout bases, and five Way stations. In Deneb there are 18 race homeworlds. The Imperial nobility includes 323 Knights, 31 Baronets, 50 Barons, 31 Marquises, 26 Viscounts, 22 Counts, five Dukes, and nine Subsector Dukes. The highest population worlds are Askigaak (Deneb 0629) and Beaxon (Deneb 0439). The highest tech level is G at Vincennes (Deneb 1122) and Pashus (Deneb 1432). The average technology level is 8 (with most between 5 and 10).

Polity Listing[edit]

The Third Imperium, Domain of Deneb in Deneb has jurisdiction over 334 worlds with a population of 451 billion. The highest population worlds are Askigaak (Deneb 0629) and Beaxon (Deneb 0439). The highest tech level is G at Vincennes (Deneb 1122) and Pashus (Deneb 1432). The average technology level is 8 (with most between 5 and 10).

The Non-Aligned Human-dominated worlds in Deneb encompasses 18 worlds with a population of 289 million. The highest population world is Lorin Antune (Deneb 2734). The highest tech level is E at Metare (Deneb 2903). The average technology level is 8 (with most between 5 and 10).

The Non-Aligned Vargr-dominated worlds in Deneb encompasses 14 worlds with a population of 914 million. The highest population world is Dilex (Deneb 0702). The highest tech level is E at Dzoungdzi (Deneb 1802). The average technology level is 8 (with most between 5 and 10).

The Client states of the Third Imperium in Deneb encompasses 14 worlds with a population of 5 billion. The highest population world is Segan (Deneb 2717). The highest tech level is E at Matsa (Deneb 0903) and Atadl (Deneb 3015). The average technology level is 9 (with most between 5 and 12).

The United Followers of Augurgh in Deneb has jurisdiction over five worlds with a population of 1 billion. The highest population world is Talon (Deneb 2704). The highest tech level is A at Talon (Deneb 2704) and Fel (Deneb 2904). The average technology level is 8 (with most between 6 and 9).

The Dzarrgh Federate in Deneb has jurisdiction over one world with a population of less than 1 million.

Polity Listing[edit]

The following polities can be found within this sector:

Imperial Duchies & Districts:[edit]

The Imperial part of the Marches is divided into several duchies and districts:

Notes: The Duchies of this region are highly quarrelsome and constant conflict has reduced many of them to barely subsector size.

Demographics[edit]

Significant populations of the following races (sophont species) reside within this area:

World Listing[edit]

The following systems and worlds can be found within this sector:

386 Worlds in the Deneb Sector in Era: Milieu 1116
495-524  •   Abydos  •   Achemadon  •   Adapam  •   Aerfor  •   Agdarmi  •   Akkip  •   Aksofouta  •   Al-Uqayr  •   Alaungpaya  •   Amarkimi  •   Amirante  •   Amritsar  •   Amshal  •   Anatre  •   Andalia  •   Anomaly Five  •   Ansirk  •   Antra  •   Aosta  •   Ara Pacis  •   Araa  •   Arabah  •   Arcanum  •   Arleshanu  •   Arnyl  •   Ash  •   Asharam  •   Ashasi  •   Askigaak  •   Atab  •   Atadl  •   Atsah  •   Avernus  •   Ayers  •   Azed Bek  •   Aziziyah  •   Bahadur  •   Balzac  •   Bangwe  •   Barbary  •   Beaxon  •   Berora  •   Berth  •   Bishop  •   Bisistra  •   Borlund  •   Breit-Tuve  •   Breslow  •   Briaxis  •   Brontitor  •   Brufort  •   Bruyere  •   Bukit Seng  •   Bumushe  •   Burnham  •   Burtrum  •   Byblos  •   Cabrini  •   Caladib  •   Canisus  •   Carmel  •   Carthage  •   Catacomb  •   Chaosheo  •   Cicus  •   Cilnodan  •   Ciprien  •   Clarissa  •   Condamine  •   Corfinium  •   Coshecawat  •   Crozat  •   Cunha  •   Daumier  •   Dawn  •   Dekha  •   Deneb  •   Depot  •   Dhapura  •   Diiski  •   Dilex  •   Djar  •   Dofil  •   Doho  •   Donu-na  •   Dophkah  •   Dunant  •   Dunmag  •   Dunstan  •   Dzoungdzi  •   Echura  •   El D'Nah  •   Enaaka  •   Endimyon  •   Endup  •   Eretaro  •   Erisis  •   Erita  •   Errogel  •   Eshamlii  •   Exile  •   Exotrope  •   Farraco  •   Fel  •   Fennec  •   Fessenden  •   Filangger  •   Fosfog  •   Frisgar  •   Furens  •   Fursuelgigz  •   Gaagir  •   Gaashushnu Li  •   Gabrael  •   Gagaridir  •   Gampin  •   Gatooma  •   Gaza  •   Geniishir  •   Gessert  •   Ghatsokie  •   Giffert  •   Giikusu  •   Gila  •   Giranima  •   Goukhsar  •   Gounuerz  •   Gra-Bie  •   Graek  •   Gulistan  •   Gyrfal  •   Gzigorlloe  •   Gzonksoeg  •   Haggard  •   Hammand  •   Haniiwa  •   Helmuth  •   Hessel  •   Horizon  •   HRD  •   Hylaxis  •   Hysyl  •   Ibix Donora  •   Ibsen  •   Ikhaba  •   Imazura  •   Imlaar  •   Imone  •   Inar  •   Inkekush  •   Inquar  •   Insi Kar  •   Iruku  •   Irumunu  •   Ishiri  •   Isidor  •   Isurkun  •   Ivora  •   Javan  •   Jecife  •   Jehun  •   Jessok  •   Jode  •   Jonkeer  •   Jurburk  •   Kadidun  •   Kamisaraki  •   Kamlar  •   Kantra  •   Karabeth  •   Karst  •   Kasmar  •   Kauai  •   Kayu  •   Keirei  •   Kennebec  •   Kernal  •   Kew  •   Kfathvaedal  •   Khishuda  •   Kiangya  •   Kiiga  •   Kiirindor  •   Kirklend  •   Kretikaa  •   Krisna  •   Kubishush  •   L'sis  •   Lagut  •   Lamar  •   Lamas  •   Lan-chou  •   Latros  •   Lengighdzuerz  •   Liiri  •   Lilad  •   Liran  •   Lome  •   Lorin Antune  •   Maelstrom  •   Magash  •   Makeni  •   Malkei  •   Malory  •   Maricutin  •   Marnie's World  •   Marnig  •   Marz  •   Mater Nova  •   Matsa  •   Mazirbe  •   Medard  •   Mephit  •   Metare  •   Minde's Star  •   Minocoy  •   Miwald  •   Modika  •   Moltke  •   Monogan  •   Montane  •   Montcolm  •   Morninglori  •   Moskene  •   Mowebe  •   Mtensc  •   Muntgumree  •   Mur  •   Musayid  •   Mushinag  •   Naali  •   Naimar Station  •   Namidshur  •   Neopidan  •   New Ramma  •   Newpenton  •   Nibel  •   Niven  •   Noghon  •   Norg  •   Northammon  •   Noscius  •   Nouakchat  •   Nurara  •   Nusukha  •   Nyassl  •   Og Bere'  •   Olokono  •   Oluk Dzas  •   Orenberg  •   Oriryu  •   Ostov  •   Otomisi  •   Pagamin  •   Pangumo  •   Pashus  •   Pecena  •   Pek'e  •   Peres  •   Petrarch  •   Pharos  •   Pikha  •   Piram  •   Point Ay  •   Polizzi  •   Prefecture  •   Prege  •   Preslin  •   Pretoria  •   Prevsla  •   Prigojin  •   Prolam  •   Qevar  •   Qi'ire  •   Qi'iri  •   Quanah  •   Quebraco  •   Quinthept  •   Quirinal  •   Raguseppe  •   Rajan  •   Rayel  •   Redemption  •   Redi  •   Reims  •   Remsen  •   Rena  •   Retion  •   Revoc  •   Rhinom  •   Riacon  •   Rif  •   Rimkuku  •   Risir  •   Rolvaag  •   Ronsard  •   Rouenet  •   Rubrak  •   Ruwenzori  •   Saarinen  •   Sage  •   Saguenay  •   Saki  •   Salaam  •   Sarden  •   Segan  •   Sejmal  •   Seleen  •   Sestos  •   Sevas Topol  •   Shen-Yang  •   Sherad  •   Shiiku  •   Shinorasus  •   Sipedon  •   Sisi  •   Skold  •   Skopyeh  •   Sorel  •   Spectre  •   Springarn  •   Starn  •   Storm  •   Stoyben  •   Sui'tang  •   Sultana  •   Surisha  •   Suvfoto  •   Syr Darya  •   Syrenaica  •   Taa  •   Taburi Nen  •   Taillon  •   Takahira  •   Talon  •   Taman  •   Taomina  •   Taproban  •   Tchien  •   Teatro  •   Teh  •   Tensas  •   Tetzel  •   Teyobald  •   Thane  •   Thengin  •   Therm  •   Third Mu  •   Thussar Ozoam  •   Timmer  •   Tlaza  •   Torm  •   Torrens  •   Trevith  •   Tubb  •   Tullyhome  •   Turkoman  •   Tuwayk  •   Twinian  •   Uakari  •   Ugrik  •   Umiikam  •   Unekh  •   Unxava  •   Upuraku  •   Uramid  •   Urnas  •   Usani  •   Ushashin  •   Uushadiiru  •   Vanzeti  •   Veldt  •   Verd  •   Vincennes  •   Waalikii  •   Wal-ta-ka  •   Woaros  •   Wroclaw  •   Wyn  •   Yef  •   Zeen  •   Zeng  •   Zerderu  •   Zinuun  •   Zyedl

Territorial Overview[edit]

No information yet available.

Subsector Listing[edit]

The following subsectors can be found within this sector:

  1. Subsector A: Pretoria Subsector
  2. Subsector B: Lamas Subsector
  3. Subsector C: Antra Subsector
  4. Subsector D: Million Subsector
  5. Subsector E: Sabine Subsector
  6. Subsector F: Inar Subsector
  7. Subsector G: Dunmag Subsector
  8. Subsector H: Atsah Subsector
  9. Subsector I: Star Lane Subsector
  10. Subsector J: Vincennes Subsector
  11. Subsector K: Usani Subsector
  12. Subsector L: Geniishir Subsector
  13. Subsector M: Gulf Subsector
  14. Subsector N: Zeng Subsector
  15. Subsector O: Kamlar Subsector
  16. Subsector P: Vast Heavens Subsector

Political Astrography: New Era[edit]

The Deneb sector has 386 worlds, of which 332 have native gas giants. The estimated population for the sector is 589 billion sophonts (not necessarily humans). There are 26 High population (Hi) worlds, 31 Moderate population (Ph) worlds, 162 Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, 83 Low population (Lo) worlds, and 39 Barren (Ba) worlds. There are 50 Agricultural (Ag) worlds versus 25 Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, and 25 Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds. There are 33 Rich (Ri) worlds versus 17 Industrial (In) worlds. There are six Asteroid (As) belts, 28 Desert (De) worlds, 15 Garden (Ga) worlds, 14 Ice-capped (Ic) worlds, 65 Poor (Po) worlds, 37 Vacuum (Va) worlds, and 26 Water (Wa) or Ocean (Oc) worlds. There are 51 Naval bases in the sector, 92 Scout bases, and four Way stations. In Deneb there are 18 race homeworlds. The highest population world is Askigaak (Deneb 0629). The highest tech level is G at Vincennes (Deneb 1122) and Depot Beta (Deneb 1432). The average technology level is 8 (with most between 3 and 12).

Polity Listing[edit]

The following polities can be found within this sector during this period:

  • Other Powers
    • None

Demographics[edit]

Significant populations of the following sophonts are known in the Spinward Marches sector.

World Listing[edit]

386 Worlds in the Deneb Sector in Era: New Era
Abydos  •   Achemadon  •   Adapam  •   Aegzaeng  •   Aerfor  •   Agdarmi  •   Akkip  •   Aksofouta  •   Al-Uqayr  •   Alaungpaya  •   Amarkimi  •   Amirante  •   Amritsar  •   Amshal  •   Anatre  •   Andalia  •   Anomaly Five  •   Ansirk  •   Antra  •   Aosta  •   Ara Pacis  •   Araa  •   Arabah  •   Arcanum  •   Arkan's Shame  •   Arleshanu  •   Arnyl  •   Ash  •   Asharam  •   Ashasi  •   Askigaak  •   Atab  •   Atadl  •   Atsah  •   Avernus  •   Ayers  •   Azed Bek  •   Aziziyah  •   Bahadur  •   Balzac  •   Bangwe  •   Barbary  •   Beaxon  •   Berora  •   Berth  •   Bishop  •   Bisistra  •   Borlund  •   Breit-Tuve  •   Breslow  •   Briaxis  •   Brontitor  •   Bruyere  •   Bukit Seng  •   Bumushe  •   Burnham  •   Burtrum  •   Byblos  •   Cabrini  •   Canisus  •   Carmel  •   Carthage  •   Catacomb  •   Chaosheo  •   Cicus  •   Cilnodan  •   Ciprien  •   Clarissa  •   Condamine  •   Consquence  •   Corfinium  •   Coshecawat  •   Crozat  •   Cunha  •   Daumier  •   Dawn  •   Dekha  •   Deneb  •   Depot Alpha  •   Depot Beta  •   Dhapura  •   Diiski  •   Dilex  •   Djaelervangk  •   Djar  •   Doho  •   Donu-na  •   Dophkah  •   Dunant  •   Dunmag  •   Dunstan  •   Dzoungdzi  •   Echura  •   El D'Nah  •   Enaaka  •   Endimyon  •   Erarzong  •   Eretaro  •   Erisis  •   Erita  •   Errogel  •   Eshamlii  •   Exile  •   Exotrope  •   Farraco  •   Fel  •   Fennec  •   Fessenden  •   Fosfog  •   Frisgar  •   Furens  •   Fursuelgigz  •   Gaagir  •   Gaashushnu Li  •   Gabrael  •   Gagaridir  •   Gampin  •   Gatooma  •   Gaza  •   Geniishir  •   Ghatsokie  •   Ghuksrregz  •   Giffert  •   Giikusu  •   Gila  •   Giranima  •   Gnaedzrrang  •   Gnaghdze  •   Goukhsar  •   Gounuerz  •   Gra-Bie  •   Gulistan  •   Gyrfal  •   Gzigorlloe  •   Gzonksoeg  •   Haggard  •   Hammand  •   Helmuth  •   Hessel  •   Horizon  •   HRD  •   Hylaxis  •   Hysyl  •   Ibix Donora  •   Ibsen  •   Ikhaba  •   Imazura  •   Imlaar  •   Imone  •   Inar  •   Inkekush  •   Inquar  •   Insi Kar  •   Iruku  •   Irumunu  •   Ishiri  •   Isidor  •   Isurkun  •   Ivora  •   Javan  •   Jecife  •   Jehun  •   Jessok  •   Jode  •   Jonkeer  •   Jurburk  •   Kadidun  •   Kamisaraki  •   Kamlar  •   Kantra  •   Karabeth  •   Karst  •   Kasmar  •   Kauai  •   Kayu  •   Keirei  •   Kennebec  •   Kernal  •   Kew  •   Kfathvaedal  •   Khishuda  •   Khoengirrgh  •   Khuaeakha  •   Kiangya  •   Kiiga  •   Kiirindor  •   Kirklend  •   Koloeks  •   Kretikaa  •   Krisna  •   Kubishush  •   L'sis  •   Lagut  •   Lamar  •   Lamas  •   Lan-chou  •   Latros  •   Lengighdzuerz  •   Liiri  •   Lilad  •   Liran  •   Lome  •   Lucifer  •   Maelstrom  •   Magash  •   Makeni  •   Malory  •   Maricutin  •   Marnie's World  •   Marz  •   Mater Nova  •   Matsa  •   Mazirbe  •   Medard  •   Mephit  •   Metare  •   Minde's Star  •   Minocoy  •   Miwald  •   Modika  •   Moltke  •   Monogan  •   Montane  •   Montcolm  •   Morninglori  •   Moskene  •   Mowebe  •   Mtensc  •   Muntgumree  •   Mur  •   Musayid  •   Mushinag  •   Naali  •   Naimar Station  •   Namidshur  •   Neopidan  •   New Ramma  •   Newpenton  •   Ngouksarsvorr  •   Nibel  •   Nile Station  •   Niven  •   Noghon  •   Norg  •   Northammon  •   Noscius  •   Nouakchat  •   Nurara  •   Nusukha  •   Nyassl  •   Oekhs  •   Olokono  •   Orenberg  •   Oriryu  •   Otomisi  •   Pagamin  •   Pangumo  •   Pecena  •   Pek'e  •   Peres  •   Petrarch  •   Pharos  •   Pikha  •   Piram  •   Point Ay  •   Polizzi  •   Port Comfort  •   Prefecture  •   Prege  •   Preslin  •   Pretoria  •   Prevsla  •   Prigojin  •   Prolam  •   Qevar  •   Qi'ire  •   Quanah  •   Quebraco  •   Quinthept  •   Quirinal  •   Raguseppe  •   Rajan  •   Rayel  •   Redemption  •   Redi  •   Reims  •   Remsen  •   Rena  •   Revoc  •   Rhinom  •   Riacon  •   Rif  •   Rimkuku  •   Risir  •   Rolvaag  •   Ronsard  •   Rouenet  •   Rroerruerz  •   Rrourring  •   Rubrak  •   Ruwenzori  •   Saarinen  •   Saguenay  •   Saki  •   Salaam  •   Sarden  •   Segan  •   Sejmal  •   Seleen  •   Sestos  •   Sevas Topol  •   Shen-Yang  •   Sherad  •   Shiiku  •   Shinorasus  •   Sipedon  •   Skold  •   Skopyeh  •   Sorel  •   Spectre  •   Springarn  •   Starn  •   Storm  •   Stoyben  •   Sui'tang  •   Sultana  •   Surisha  •   Suvfoto  •   Syr Darya  •   Syrenaica  •   Taa  •   Taburi Nen  •   Taillon  •   Takahira  •   Taman  •   Taomina  •   Taproban  •   Tchien  •   Teatro  •   Tensas  •   Tetzel  •   Teyobald  •   Thane  •   Thengin  •   Therm  •   Third Mu  •   Thussar Ozoam  •   Timmer  •   Tlaza  •   Torm  •   Torrens  •   Trevith  •   Trokuelats  •   Tubb  •   Tuedhikhuez  •   Tullyhome  •   Turkoman  •   Tuwayk  •   Twinian  •   Uakari  •   Ugrik  •   Umiikam  •   Unekh  •   Unxava  •   Upuraku  •   Uramid  •   Urnas  •   Usani  •   Ushashin  •   Utsbesyult  •   Uushadiiru  •   Vanzeti  •   Veldt  •   Verd  •   Vincennes  •   Waalikii  •   Wal-ta-ka  •   Woaros  •   Wroclaw  •   Wyn  •   Zeen  •   Zeng  •   Zerderu  •   Zinuun  •   Zuekzrekhgal  •   Zyedl

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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Metadata History

This article was copied or excerpted from the following copyrighted sources and used under license from Far Future Enterprises or by permission of the author.

  1. Dave Nilsen. The Regency Sourcebook (Game Designers Workshop, 1995), page/s 52.