Domain of Vland

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Corridor


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Dagudashaag

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Capital Vland
Majority Control Imperial
Other Control Non-Aligned
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The Domain of Vland is one of the domains of the Third Imperium.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Domain consists of four sectors: Corridor Sector, Dagudashaag Sector, Gushemege Sector, and Vland Sector.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

It is one of the oldest domains within the Third Imperium and predates all the way back to the Vilani Imperium and the Ziru Sirka. Back then, it wasn't known as a domain, but as a part of those earlier Vilani polities. [dubious - citation needed]

Archduke Listing: 1116[edit]

The following is a partial listing of the archdukes have administered this domain throughout the history of the Third Imperium:

Major Historical Events Timeline: 1116[edit]

Selected events:

  • (0): Imperial borders include: Corridor 0%, Dagudashaag 10%, Gushemege 10%, Vland 15%. [3]
  • (60): The Imperial colonization of the Spinward Marches begins with the settlement of Mora, [4] and one of the largest mass migrations since the post-Interstellar Wars diaspora begins. As all emigrants had to run a gauntlet of Vargr states in the Corridor Sector, the sector is awash with corsairs awaiting opportunity to ambush colonists headed spinward. [3]
  • (76): Domain of Vland established by Emperor Artemsus. Integration into Imperium: Corridor 0%, Dagudashaag 40%, Gushemege 30%, Vland 40%. [3]
  • (76 to 112): As part of the Vilani Pacification Campaign, the Gushemege and Dagudashaag sectors are targeted for complete incorporation into the Imperium. Most of Dagudashaag absorbed peacefully. [2]
  • (ca. 120): The Lancian cultural region in Gushemege Sector is resettled from Vland sector under a special program sponsored by Makhidkarun after being extensively ravaged during the Vilani Pacification Campaigns. [5]
  • (153 & 160): First and second Rydel expeditions to locate a jump route across the Great Reft from Corridor Sector to Deneb Sector; both end in failure. [6]
  • (ca. 160): First Corridor Sector worlds are incorporated into the Imperium. [3]
  • (200): Integration into Imperium: Corridor 10%, Dagudashaag 85%, Gushemege 85%, Vland 80%. [3]
  • (220 to 348): The Imperium launches the Vargr Corridor Campaigns, a series of wars and conflicts between the Imperium and the various Vargr states in the Vland and Corridor Sectors (as well as Deneb Sector) along the coreward edge of the Imperium. [7]
  • (ca. 300): Vland (Vland 1717) achieves TL-11. [8] while the highest common technology available within the Third Imperium reaches TL-13. [9]
  • (385): During the First Survey, the IISS discovers a working Ancients site on Antiquity (Corridor 0816). [6]
  • (ca. 500): Vland (Vland 1717) achieves TL-13. [8]
  • (ca. 800): After 500 serious years of study, the Ancients site on Antiquity (Corridor 0816) is opened to the public as a tourist site. [6]
  • (1101): An accident seals up the Ancient site on Antiquity (Corridor 0806). [10]

Worlds & Cosmology (Astrography)[edit]

The Domain of Vland anchors the spinward and coreward core sectors of the Third Imperium.

  • Further spinward can be found the Domain of Deneb, a devloping, frontier domain and far wilder than the old settlement within Vland.

Sector Listing: 1105[edit]

This domain encompasses locations from the following sectors:

  1. Corridor Sector: 268 worlds
  2. Dagudashaag Sector: 559 worlds
  3. Gushemege Sector: 535 worlds
  4. Vland Sector: 532 worlds
  • TOTAL: 1,894 worlds

This domain once held territory is the following areas:[dubious - citation needed]

  1. Provence Sector
  2. Windhorn Sector

World Listing: 1105[edit]

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

200 of 1841 World articles in Domain of Vland
A'a'suni  •  A'niaqoro  •  Aadshas  •  Aakhorn  •  Aaki  •  Aakmi  •  Aalimru  •  Aaluggidira  •  Aam (Da 1604)  •  Aanshi  •  Aapu  •  Aarkhiin  •  Aashma  •  Aawn  •  Abact  •  Abaelou  •  Abalakova  •  Abalesk  •  Abbayi  •  Aberlocht  •  Abir  •  Above  •  Ackang  •  Adaim  •  Adakhem  •  Adaskaglu  •  Adele  •  Admalaknii  •  Aga Sugek  •  Agagir  •  Aiaiyal  •  Aibeshma  •  Aiish  •  Aintrin  •  Aisteaya  •  Aka Gee  •  Ake (Vl 1736)  •  Akhashmaas  •  Akher  •  Akhudgir  •  Aki (Vl 2533)  •  Akigir  •  Akimu  •  Aking  •  Akish  •  Akiva  •  Akkunat  •  Akon  •  Aksa (Da 0426)  •  Akumid  •  Akushis  •  Alanidon  •  Alenzar  •  Alexander (Re 3132)  •  Alfive  •  Alkhaas  •  Alleman  •  Allentown  •  Alp  •  Altamachi  •  Altman  •  Alverik  •  Amamni  •  Amda  •  Amgagiga  •  Ami  •  Amigu  •  Amiikhuk  •  Amluamii  •  Amnukun  •  Amnuus  •  Amshu  •  Amwaz  •  Anaam  •  Anakod  •  Anarsi  •  Andalusia (Da 0810)  •  Andelech  •  Ander's Moon  •  Andonin  •  Andula  •  Anech Issan  •  Anert  •  Angi  •  Angsturm  •  Anik  •  Anishda  •  Anka  •  Ankirst  •  Ann  •  Anomaly  •  Anpanaar  •  Anshaar  •  Anshir  •  Anshu  •  Ansin  •  Answerin  •  Antezeno  •  Antioch (Da 1117)  •  Antiquity  •  Anzalits  •  Apay Maru  •  Apemkir  •  Aphu  •  Apkeraas  •  Apolo  •  Apurshish  •  Aquacade  •  Arailiur  •  Aran (Gu 2917)  •  Arapenpa  •  Arcfest  •  Ardchi  •  Arfaan  •  Arga (Vl 3106)  •  Argi  •  Argiluu  •  Argo  •  Argonos  •  Argus  •  Arkhuu  •  Arklin  •  Arlim Dusiru  •  Arlu  •  Arluk  •  Armec-zamaa  •  Arna  •  Arnakhish  •  Arniche  •  Arnuukara  •  Arraste  •  Arron  •  Ars  •  Arsuch  •  As On As  •  Asanik  •  Asashluu  •  Ascension  •  Ashbakha  •  Ashes  •  Ashima (Co 1515)  •  Ashmasa  •  Ashok  •  Ashsha  •  Ashush  •  Ashuugakher  •  Asii  •  Asiilish  •  Asimidiske  •  Aska  •  Askhu  •  Assazak  •  Asshashur  •  Assunne  •  Astira  •  Asylum  •  Athanuez  •  Atu Ista  •  Atudew  •  Audhumla  •  Auritaurus  •  Aurolee  •  Aying  •  Ayltha  •  Azwhew  •  Baalaansh  •  Bakhuma  •  Bakog  •  Bakor  •  Baladine  •  Bannon's World  •  Barren  •  Barshun  •  Bashimus  •  Basikiil'r  •  Bastion (Da 1507)  •  Beangub  •  Bearnagh  •  Bechant  •  Beheld  •  Beleperan  •  Berall  •  Beroni  •  Bersha  •  Bertrand  •  Beshe  •  Beta Regilis  •  Betters  •  Bh'ai  •  Bhuur  •  Biik  •  Biinersa  •  Birkhi  •  Bitesofrach  •  Bivaud  •  Bleayn  •  Blezon  •  Bliand  •  Blikig  •  Blullaygh  •  
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References & Contributors / Sources[edit]

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  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Michael BerryDavid Burden. Milieu 0 Campaign (Imperium Games, 1996), 122-124.
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