Six Gun (world)
|Six Gun/Ebasha (Diaspora 0723)|
|Classic Era (1115)|| |
|Hard Times (1130)|| |
Six Gun is a rich water world with a moderate population over a hundred million, but not yet at a billion sophonts in population size.
- Its surface is 90% or more covered in an ocean of water.
- The inhabitants of this world live on the roughly 10% of exposed land mass, in underwater colonies, on city ships, or similar arrangements.
- This is a rich world with a prosperous and thriving world economy.
- This world has high-grade living conditions with a good climate and a non-harmful environment. As such, this world is much sought after with large queues for immigration here.
- Most observers think that the planet's economy and population will prosper in the near future barring outside forces.
- It is a member of the Third Imperium in the Ebasha Subsector of Diaspora Sector in the Domain of Sol.
- This world was colonized by and is controlled from Bones (world).
Description (Astrography & Planetology)
No information yet available.
Six Gun Monostellar System Star Name Hierarchy Color Classification Remarks Six Gun Primary Orange K3 V
History & Background (Dossier)
Honorably dismissed from service with Diabei in 1127, Six Gun’s returning Colonial Army found the local government in complete disarray. They threw out the Colonial Proctors from Six Gun’s parent system—Bones—and set themselves up as the new leaders. However, they are even more hierarchical and painfully orthodox than the old government.
- The Fishing Admirals of this water-world’s most influential Sweeper Fleets (Six Gun’s primary source of income) have requested that the current junta step down. Naval units have been dispatched from the small rocky island capital of Blackspire to deal with these "seditious buccaneers." In response, the Fishing Admirals have accepted the services of a company of Cumberan light infantry which happened to pass through the system.
- Oblivious to these dire portents of civil strife, the planet’s almost 20 million chirpers continue to produce large numbers of aquatically adapted mutant offspring. This trend, which has been noted for 200 years, has accelerated. Almost 10 percent of all hatchlings have the new amphibious physiology.
Imperial High (Landed) Nobility
- It holds the estate of an Imperial knight.
- It holds the estate of an Imperial baron.
- It holds the fiefdom of an Imperial viscount.
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