Near Fringian Lost Settlements
Description / Specifications
The Lost Settlements are believed to have been founded by individuals who were by necessity or by chance left behind, or by those who chose to settle worlds that they found along the way.
Not all the vessels of the Last Armada made it as far as the Distant Fringe, instead being forced to stop in the empty sectors lying to trailing. These are collectively known as the Cripple Fleet, though in most cases vessels were lost individually.
- The Lords of the High Realm is a polity claimed to have been discovered by the Dillard-Purcell Expedition during the 54th century. If the stories are are true, it is the only known Lost Settlement.
List of Lost Settlements
- Bone Worlds
- Dominion of Ruins
- Empire of Thrax
- League of Asclepius
- Lords of the High Realm
- Lon Beon
- Rann's Worlds
History & Background / Dossier
While there is no hard proof, it is believed that the personnel aboard these lost, stricken or onward-travelling ships were able to settle the systems in which they found themselves – these are collectively known as the Lost Settlements. Popular belief has it that these lonely outposts not only survived but prospered, eventually forming their own developed worlds or even interstellar polities. Other theories hold that they have been destroyed or overrun by the Vilani Imperium, the Voyagers or some other unknown danger.
"Lost Settlements" feature in a number of syndicated 3V Entertainment shows.
The most popular of these is Infinitys Shore, telling the story of the Dissident Fleet and drawing on the Mythology of Lon Beon. Another much followed trope is Plague Sector, set in Pestilent Sector and following the struggles of a human state against the menace of "the plague".
References & Contributors / Sources
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- Author & Contributor: Lord (Marquis) and Master Scout Emeritus Adie Alegoric Stewart of the IISS
- Author & Contributor: Lord (Marquis) and Master of Sophontology Maksim-Smelchak of the Ministry of Science