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|Narya/Narya (Daibei 1934)|
|Classic Era (1115)|| |
- The system is a member of the Imperium and contains a Scout Base.
- It has a colonies on:
Description (Astrography & Planetology)
Narya is ruled by a religious dictatorship called The Fellowship of Great Saints, headed by Grand Saint Grueller. The Fellowship somewhat successfully forces on the planet's teeming billions a strict conservative faith distantly descended from Evangelical Christianity. There is still much corruption and crime, however. Attempting to enforce religious law is a paramilitary force called The Saint's Army.
Travellers entering Jezusville are greeted by Narya's official slogan in a large floating holographic display: "Welcome to God's Planet, Narya, Where Faith is Work and Work is Faith."
- The world is part of the Daibei Rimward Corridor.
Point of Interest: The Arcologies of Narya
As with most worlds with more than 10 billion inhabitants, most Naryaians live in kilometers-long and kilometers-high arcologies, though Narya's are mostly over-crowded and falling apart. Side-by-side with these dwellings are the planet's extensive and poorly-regulated industrial complexes, which employ most of its population. These account for the world's tainted atmosphere. Narya has four major continents separated by polluted oceans.
The three largest arcologies are:
- Paradise City
The Imperial starport is located on an island off the coast of Beulahland, and the startown that has sprung up around it is called Jezusville.
History & Background (Dossier)
No information yet available.
References & Contributors (Sources)
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- Jim Cunningham, John Harshman, J. Andrew Keith, Marc W. Miller, Gordon Sheridan. Atlas of the Imperium (Game Designers Workshop, 1984), TBD.
- Gary L. Thomas. "Daibei Sector: Library and Map." The Travellers' Digest 15 (1989): 22-25.
- James Holden, Joe D. Fugate Sr., Terrance McInnes. Vilani & Vargr (Digest Group Publications, 1990), TBD. (dotmap provided)
- Peter G. Celella, James Holden. Solomani & Aslan (Digest Group Publications, 1991), TBD. (dotmap provided)
- Dave Nilsen. Survival Margin (Game Designers Workshop, 1993), TBD.
- Jon F. Zeigler. Rim of Fire (Steve Jackson Games, 2000), TBD.
- David L. Pulver. Solomani (Mongoose Publishing, 2012), TBD.
- Traveller Wiki Editorial Team
- Author & Contributor: IISS Junior Administrator and Master Astrographer Ensign Phillips
- Author & Contributor: Lord (Marquis) and Master of Sophontology Maksim-Smelchak of the Ministry of Science