Rob Roy's Run

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Rob Roy's Run is an astrographic feature located in Reaver's Deep Sector.

Description / Specifications[edit]

Rob Roy's Run is a trace of twenty systems.

History & Background / Dossier[edit]

The highest population world on the trace, with approximately seven billion inhabitants, is Rob Roy (Caledon Subsector, 1917). The lowest population world on the trace is Culloden (Scotian Deep Subsector, 1417) with approximately one thousand inhabitants.

The trace is named for the mainworld Rob Roy (Caledon Subsector, 1917). This high population industrial world supports both an important naval base and military base which serves to protect the trailing frontier of the Principality of Caledon from perceived Imperial encroachment.

Worlds & Sectors / Astrography[edit]

Rob Roy's Run is found in the following areas:

World Member Data for Rob Roy's Run (by subsector)[edit]

The mainworlds found on Rob Roy's Run are;

  1. Caledon Subsector
    1. Caledon
    2. Germaine
    3. Hoffman
    4. Linda
    5. MacBeth
    6. Rob Roy
    7. Scotia
    8. Skye
    9. Stuart
    10. Victory
  2. Scotian Deep Subsector
    1. Budwick
    2. Caithness
    3. Culloden
    4. Douglass
    5. Dunbarton
    6. Gavza
    7. Glenelg
    8. Lanark
    9. Pentland
    10. Rejhappur

World Listing: 1105[edit]

The following systems and worlds are associated with this astrographic feature:

20 of 20 World articles in Rob Roy's Run
Budwick  •  Caithness  •  Caledon  •  Culloden  •  Douglass  •  Dunbarton  •  Gavza  •  Germaine  •  Glenelg  •  Hoffman  •  Lanark  •  Linda  •  MacBeth  •  Pentland  •  Rejhappur  •  Rob Roy  •  Scotia  •  Skye  •  Stuart  •  Victory (RD 2017)  •  
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References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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