Sumuu (world)

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Sumuu/Zeda (Dagudashaag 0725)
Milieu 1116
C300500-B
StarportC Routine: No Construction, Major Repair, Unrefined fuel
Size3 Small (4,800 km)
Atmosphere0 Vacuum
Hydrographics0 Desert World 0%
Population5 Moderate (200 thousand)
Government0 No Government structure
Law0 No Law
Tech LevelB Average Stellar (large starships)
See also UWP
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Jump map from Travellermap.com [1]
System Details
Primary K2 V
Worlds 11
Gas Giants 3
Planetoid Belts 1
Cultural Details
Government No government
Law Level No law
Cultural Extension 1516
Army size (BEs) 0
Economic Details
Technology Level 11
Economic Extension
B44-4
ResourcesBAbundant
Labor4Moderate (20 thousand)
Infrastructure4 Very limited
Efficiency-4Very poor
Importance 0
Resource Units 106
GWP (BCr) 0
World Trade Number 3.5
Trade Volume (MCr/year) 572
Starport Details
Classification Class-C
Port Size 3
Building Capacity (Tons) 0
Port employees 40
Port passengers (annual) 500

Sumuu is a vacuum world, with a complete lack of atmosphere. The system has a population between 10,000 and 10 million, lacking the industrial base to be completely self-supporting. It is a member of Third Imperium in the Zeda Subsector of Dagudashaag Sector and in the Domain of Vland. Sumuu, as a member world of the Third Imperium, holds the estate of an Imperial knight, a member of the Imperial Nobility charged with overseeing the world. During the Long Night this world was named Gagi Pa.

Astrography and planetology[edit]

Sumuu is a member of the Dagudashaag Main.

Monostellar System[edit]

Sumuu Monostellar System
Star Name Hierarchy Color Classification Remarks
Sumuu Primary Primary Orange K2 V


History and background[edit]

Sumuu is probably the most disorganized planet in the sector. Its 200,000 inhabitants are currently without a coherent government.

In 1077 the planet was a representative democracy when the 'visionary' president decided the ultimate government could only be determined by methodical testing of all the available types. Surprisingly, the populace did not immediately vote him out of office and the concept was enshrined in planetary statutes. After a number of coups, bloodless revolutions, figurehead governments, corporate takeovers, and other ongoing changes resulted in governmental chaos.

Individual areas each decided localized bureaucratic councils would best serve the planet — there are now nine such councils which meet at irregular intervals and have little liaison between them. The mixture of statutes from forty years of government changes has created a confusing bureaucratic maze of regulations. Perhaps, unfortunately, the bureaucracy is not sufficiently corrupt for bribes to effective. The system must be followed to the letter and can not be rushed. Some seemingly simple paperwork has become so complex it requires several lawyers and accountants.

References and contributors[edit]

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  1. "Jump Map API" and map location from Travellermap.com