Walpurgian Main

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The Walpurgian Main is an astrographic feature located in the Magyar Sector.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Walpurgian Main is a main of sixty five systems.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

The highest population world on the main, with approximately ninety billion inhabitants is Austa (Anise Subsector, 2503). The lowest population world on the main is Drang (Voyager Subsector, 2419) with approximately ten inhabitants.

There is no clear origin for the name assigned to this main. Over the centuries numerous Imperial and Solomani historians have speculated it may, in some way, be connected to an obscure religious figure in ancient Terran history. This figure, a woman know as Saint Walpurga, was instrumental in converting an ancient Terran ethnic group known as the Germans from paganism to the ancient Terran faith of Catholicism. The debate over this matter continues to this day.

No matter the obscure and perhaps lost origin of the name assigned to this important main, it historically was and remains to this day an important avenue for trade and colonization into the heart of the old Solomani Sphere as well as the Spinward portions of the Domain of Sol.

Worlds & Sectors (Astrography)[edit]

The Walpurgian Main is found in the following areas:

World Member Data for the Walpurgian Main (by subsector)[edit]

The mainworlds found on the Walpurgian Main are:

  1. Anise Subsector
    1. Amon
    2. Anerin
    3. Anise
    4. Asrow
    5. Austa
    6. Bilox
    7. Burvee
    8. Chartpay
    9. Doak
    10. Ferstenberg
    11. Firels
    12. Garner's Luck
    13. Guenivier
    14. Gushwa
    15. Hyalin
    16. Kleug
    17. Messelnap
    18. Milenky
    19. Nosret
    20. Paputsus
    21. Reid
    22. Robidou
    23. Rumley
    24. Sabuda
    25. Stanko
    26. Stansifer
    27. Volund
    28. Waldrin
    29. Waxstetter
  2. Clown Subsector
    1. Douglas
    2. Guskin
    3. Hagymasi
    4. Nahn
    5. Ziaeehezar
  3. Kline Subsector
    1. Beanland
    2. Brand
    3. Byrley
    4. Curson
    5. Danko
    6. Dix
    7. Fornorb
    8. Gupta
    9. Gyurenek
    10. Hrongding
    11. Kline
    12. Lonelund
    13. Melody
    14. Milbrath
    15. Norkio
    16. Pankow
    17. Parperides
    18. Ramli
    19. Randzo
    20. Rouern
    21. Slota
    22. Sterchi
    23. Tyrrell
    24. Unfried
    25. Veneet
  4. Voyager Subsector
    1. Drang
    2. Eoyang
    3. Frostfelter
    4. Otha
    5. Schaut
    6. Vaderwall

World Listing: 1105[edit]

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

65 of 65 World articles in Walpurgian Main
Amon  •  Anerin  •  Anise (Ma 2904)  •  Asrow  •  Austa  •  Beanland  •  Bilox  •  Brand  •  Burvee  •  Byrley  •  Chartpay  •  Curson  •  Danko  •  Dix  •  Doak  •  Douglas  •  Drang  •  Eoyang  •  Ferstenberg  •  Firels  •  Fornorb  •  Frostfelter  •  Garner's Luck  •  Guenivier  •  Gupta  •  Gushwa  •  Guskin  •  Gyurenek  •  Hagymasi  •  Hrongding  •  Hyalin  •  Kleug  •  Kline  •  Lonelund  •  Melody  •  Messelnap  •  Milbrath  •  Milenky  •  Nahn  •  Norkio  •  Nosret  •  Otha  •  Pankow  •  Paputsus  •  Parperides  •  Ramli  •  Randzo  •  Reid  •  Robidou  •  Rouern  •  Rumley  •  Sabuda  •  Schaut  •  Slota  •  Stanko  •  Stansifer  •  Sterchi  •  Tyrrell  •  Unfried  •  Vaderwall  •  Veneet  •  Volund  •  Waldrin  •  Waxstetter  •  Ziaeehezar  •  
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