Jewell Subsector

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Jewell Subsector
CondyolePuparkinChwistyochGougesteEsalinRubyEmeraldZenopitRiverlandClanJewellZirconAo-daiMongoUtolandPeguanNakegeLysenFoelenFarreach871-438LouzyGrantSpurl SubsectorCronor SubsectorRegina SubsectorVilis SubsectorSpinward Marches SectorCronor SubsectorJewell SubsectorRegina SubsectorAramis SubsectorQuerion SubsectorVilis SubsectorLanth SubsectorRhylanor SubsectorDarrian SubsectorSword Worlds SubsectorLunion SubsectorMora SubsectorFive Sisters SubsectorDistrict 268 SubsectorGlisten SubsectorTrin's Veil SubsectorJewell
Sector Spinward Marches
Capital Jewell (Spinward Marches 1105)
No. of Stars 23
Stellar and Economic data data page
Majority Control Imperium - 30%
2nd Control Zhodani Consulate - 26%
3rd Control Other - 44%
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The Jewell Subsector is named after the cluster of six Imperial Worlds in the center of the subsector. It is a group of worlds the Zhodani have often considered a staging point for any Imperial attack against the Consulate. Due to the Jewell worlds’ strategic location, Imperial personnel have long called the subsector “Battle Subsector,” as the area has seen much of the fighting during all the Frontier Wars.

The Jewell subsector is fragmented into three distinct areas; an Imperial region answering to the duke at Regina, a Zhodani military district under the Cronor Subsector establishment, and a mutually agreed-upon neutral zone open to both sides, but theoretically demilitarized. [1]

Description[edit]

Jewell, subsector B of Spinward Marches has 23 worlds, of which 18 have native gas giants. There are no Asteroid (As) belts, one Desert (De) world, two Garden (Ga) worlds, no Ice-capped (Ic) worlds, three Poor (Po) worlds, two Vacuum (Va) worlds, and no Water (Wa) or Ocean (Oc) worlds. In Jewell there are three race homeworlds.

The Imperial subsector capital is Jewell, which is also the headquarters of the 212th Imperial Fleet. The Zhodani capital is the world of Riverland, which gives its name to the Cluster and the Riverland Wall, a set of defensive naval bases from Farreach to Cipango.

The Jewell cluster of worlds is heavily fortified, and boasts a large contingent of Imperial troops as well as naval and scout forces. Similarly, the Zhodani-controlled communications link (Chwistyoch - Clan - Farreach) has seen heavy military construction in the decades since the Fourth Frontier War.

The Jewell Subsector is defended by 212th Fleet.

Native Sophonts[edit]

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

  • Terragens (Non-human Terran races)
    • None

Physical Astrography[edit]

Mains and Branches[edit]

Traces and Clusters[edit]

Rifts, Voids, and Jump Bridges[edit]

  • None Present.

Other Astrographic Features[edit]

History & Background[edit]

Historical Eras[edit]

Major Historical Events Timeline[edit]

Jewell subsector is home to the 212nd Fleet which earned fame in the Fifth Frontier War by repulsing invading Vargr fleets from the Regina Subsector. The 212nd Fleet is headquartered at Jewell (Spinward Marches 1106). [2]

Jewell's frontier is entirely contained within the Regency Quarantine District 1 which runs from Zeta 2 (Spinward Marches 0919) to Menorb (Spinward Marches 1803)[3]

Politics and Diplomacy : Milieu 1116[edit]

Jewell, subsector B of Spinward Marches has 23 worlds, of which 18 have native gas giants. The estimated population for the subsector is 36 billion sophonts (not necessarily humans). There are three High population (Hi) worlds, one Moderate population (Ph) world, 14 Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, three Low population (Lo) worlds, and one Barren (Ba) world. There are five Agricultural (Ag) worlds versus no Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, and two Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds. There are four Rich (Ri) worlds versus two Industrial (In) worlds. There are no Asteroid (As) belts, one Desert (De) world, two Garden (Ga) worlds, no Ice-capped (Ic) worlds, three Poor (Po) worlds, two Vacuum (Va) worlds, and no Water (Wa) or Ocean (Oc) worlds. There are five Naval bases in the subsector, five Scout bases, and no Way stations. In Jewell there are three race homeworlds. The Imperial nobility includes seven Knights, one Baronet, two Barons, no Marquises, no Viscounts, two Counts, and two Dukes. The highest population world is Riverland (Spinward Marches 1102). The highest tech level is C at Jewell (Spinward Marches 1106). The average technology level is 8 (with most between 5 and 10).

Polity Listing[edit]

The Third Imperium, Domain of Deneb in Jewell has jurisdiction over eight worlds with a population of 16 billion. The highest population world is Louzy (Spinward Marches 1604). The highest tech level is C at Jewell (Spinward Marches 1106). The average technology level is 8 (with most between 4 and 11).

The Non-Aligned Human-dominated worlds in Jewell encompasses seven worlds with a population of 15 million. The highest population world is Pequan (Spinward Marches 1210). The highest tech level is 9 at Puparkin (Spinward Marches 0902). The average technology level is 7 (with most between 5 and 8).

The Zhodani Consulate in Jewell has jurisdiction over six worlds with a population of 20 billion. The highest population world is Riverland (Spinward Marches 1102). The highest tech level is B at Farreach (Spinward Marches 1402). The average technology level is 9 (with most between 7 and 10).

The Client states of the Third Imperium in Jewell encompasses one world with a population of less than 1 million.

The Non-Aligned unclaimed worlds in Jewell encompasses one world with a population of less than 1 million.

Demographics[edit]

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

  • Terragens (Non-human Terran races)

World Listing[edit]

23 Worlds in the Jewell Subsector in Era: Milieu 1116
871-438  •   Ao-dai  •   Chwistyoch  •   Clan  •   Condyole  •   Emerald  •   Esalin  •   Farreach  •   Foelen  •   Gougeste  •   Grant  •   Jewell  •   Louzy  •   Lysen  •   Mongo  •   Nakege  •   Pequan  •   Puparkin  •   Riverland  •   Ruby  •   Utoland  •   Zenopit  •   Zircon

Politics and Diplomacy : New Era[edit]

Jewell Subsector
CondyolePuparkinChwistyochGougesteEsalinRubyEmeraldZenopitRiverlandClanJewellZirconAo-daiMongoUtolandPeguanNakegeLysenFoelenFarreach871-438LouzyGrantSpurl SubsectorCronor SubsectorRegina SubsectorVilis SubsectorSpinward Marches SectorCronor SubsectorJewell SubsectorRegina SubsectorAramis SubsectorQuerion SubsectorVilis SubsectorLanth SubsectorRhylanor SubsectorDarrian SubsectorSword Worlds SubsectorLunion SubsectorMora SubsectorFive Sisters SubsectorDistrict 268 SubsectorGlisten SubsectorTrin's Veil SubsectorJewell
Sector Spinward Marches
Capital Jewell
No. of Stars 23
Stellar and Economic data data page
Majority Control Regency of Deneb - 43%
2nd Control Zhodani Consulate - 26%
3rd Control Federation of Arden - 17%
4th Control Independent - 13%
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Jewell, subsector B of Spinward Marches has 23 worlds, of which 18 have native gas giants. The estimated population for the subsector is 62 billion sophonts (not necessarily humans). There are four High population (Hi) worlds, two Moderate population (Ph) worlds, 14 Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, two Low population (Lo) worlds, and no Barren (Ba) worlds. There are three Agricultural (Ag) worlds versus two Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, and two Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds. There are four Rich (Ri) worlds versus three Industrial (In) worlds. There are no Asteroid (As) belts, one Desert (De) world, two Garden (Ga) worlds, no Ice-capped (Ic) worlds, three Poor (Po) worlds, two Vacuum (Va) worlds, and no Water (Wa) or Ocean (Oc) worlds. There are three Naval bases in the subsector, six Scout bases, and no Way stations. In Jewell there are three race homeworlds. The highest population world is Dietevriabr (Spinward Marches 1102). The highest tech level is F at Jewell (Spinward Marches 1106). The average technology level is 9 (with most between 6 and 11).

Polity Listing[edit]

The Regency of Deneb in Jewell has jurisdiction over ten worlds with a population of 30 billion. The highest population world is Louzy (Spinward Marches 1604). The highest tech level is F at Jewell (Spinward Marches 1106). The average technology level is 9 (with most between 5 and 12). The subsector capital is Jewell (Spinward Marches 1106).

The Zhodani Consulate, Province of Iadr Nsobl in Jewell has jurisdiction over six worlds with a population of 32 billion. The highest population world is Dietevriabr (Spinward Marches 1102). The highest tech level is C at Zhdedlefi (Spinward Marches 1402). The average technology level is 9 (with most between 6 and 11). The subsector capital is Dietevriabr (Spinward Marches 1102).

The Federation of Arden in Jewell has jurisdiction over four worlds with a population of 17 million. The highest population world is Pequan (Spinward Marches 1210). The highest tech level is 8 at Zircon (Spinward Marches 1110). The average technology level is 6 (with most between 4 and 7).

The Non-Aligned Human dominated worlds in Jewell encompasses two worlds with a population of 2 million. The highest population world is Condyole (Spinward Marches 0901). The highest tech level is A at Puparkin (Spinward Marches 0902).

The Client States of the Regency of Deneb in Jewell encompasses one world with a population of 400 million. The highest population world is Esalin (Spinward Marches 1004). The highest tech level is A at Esalin (Spinward Marches 1004).

Riverland Council

Demographics[edit]

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

  • Terragens (Non-human Terran races)

World Listing[edit]

23 Worlds in the Jewell Subsector in Era: New Era
Ainzaia  •   Chachtinch  •   Condyole  •   Dietevriabr  •   Emerald  •   Esalin  •   Gougeste  •   Grant  •   Iefi  •   Ijiwa Mines  •   Jewell  •   Louzy  •   Lysen  •   Mongo  •   Nakege  •   Pequan  •   Puparkin  •   Ruby  •   Tlaqril  •   Utoland  •   Zenopit  •   Zhdedlefi  •   Zircon

Territorial Overview[edit]

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References and Contributors[edit]

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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. Marc Miller. The Spinward Marches (Game Designers Workshop, 1979), 12.
  2. Dave Nilsen. The Regency Sourcebook (Game Designers Workshop, 1995), 37.
  3. Dave Nilsen. The Regency Sourcebook (Game Designers Workshop, 1995), 37.