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- Jump Bridge
A Trade Route is, generally speaking, a series of stars used as transit points for interstellar travel.
- Jump Bridges and related installations sometimes bridge the gaps where stars are not located.
History & Background (Dossier)
A venerated astronomer such as Tomasii Jones-Arkuledii would argue that there is no such thing as a sociographic trade route. The stars and the distance between them were created billions of years before the current interstellar order. Perhaps much longer ago if current scientific theory holds mistaken theory.
A scientifically educated interstellar merchant, perhaps a former scout, might counter that the naturally occurring trade routes have been enhanced through the use of jump bridges, waystations, and what are certainly sophontic creations. Therefore a trade route is most certainly sociographic in nature.
References & Contributors (Sources)
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