Fafhrd (world)

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Fafhrd/Esperance (Solomani Rim 0912)
Classic Era (1115)
StarportC Routine: No Construction, Major Repair, Unrefined fuel
Size6 Medium (9,600 km, 0.60g - 0.81g)
Atmosphere2 Vacuum (very thin - tainted)
Hydrographics1 Dry World 10%
Population7 Moderate (80 million)
Government6 Captive Government/Colony
Law4 Moderate Law (no light assault weapons)
Tech Level7 Pre-Stellar (electronics)
See also UWP
System Details
Primary K5 V
Planetoid Belts 0
Gas Giants 5
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Fafhrd is a poor, non-agricultural and pre-industrial hellworld with a population struggling to survive in an inhospitable environment.

  • Hellworlds often offer daily, and sometimes even hourly, life-threatening situations to their inhabitants.
  • It is unable to produce quality foodstuffs and must import them.
  • It is a world working towards greater industrial capability, but currently lacks an adequate population to expand its industrial sector.
  • It is a member of the Third Imperium in the Esperance Subsector of Solomani Rim Sector in the Domain of Sol.
  • This world was colonized by and is controlled from Anacreon (world).

Description (Planetology)[edit]

No information yet available.

IISS Astrographics Survey[edit]

0912 Fafhrd (Imperial)

Starport: Class III.

Diameter: 5,700 miles (9,100 km). Gravity: 0.64g.
Atmosphere: Very thin oxygen-nitrogen (Tainted).
Hydrographics: None.
Climate: Hot.
Population: 86 million.
Government: Captive (Anacreon).
Control Level: 2.
Tech Level: 6.
World Trade Number: 4.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Fafhrd, formerly known as Umra (Anglic: Umra), is a poor, non-agricultural hellworld located in Esperance Subsector of the Solomani Rim.

Fafhrd was once a prosperous and densely populated world, but a civil war in 500 led to the destruction of most of the planet’s city-domes. Many fled into the planet’s wastelands, surviving in caravans of powered vehicles, struggling heroically to obtain water and breathable air. These survivors became nomads, developing a profound mistrust of industrialization and high technology.

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]