Mimu Subsector

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Mimu Subsector
Tansa Parsi Old Suns

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Sector Dagudashaag
Capital Mimu (Dagudashaag 0208)
No. of Stars 36
Stellar and Economic data data page
Majority Control Imperium - 100%
Mimu Subsector in Dagudashaag, Subsector A, is a heavily-agricultural breadbasket of the Third Imperium. There are seven agricultural worlds in the subsector and export raw and processed foodstuffs to surrounding regions of Corridor, Vland and Gushemege.The majority of the systems in this subsector lie on the Vland Main.


The subsector is now dominated by the S'mrii ConSentiency, an economic union covering Dagudashaag A, and parts of Gushemege D, which had its roots in the autonomous state formed by the S'mrii at the beginning of the Long Night.

Astrographic features

Native sophonts

The following races (sophont species) are believed to have originated in this area:

History and background

The S'mrii of Mimu (Dagudashaag 0208) had created a thriving interstellar state of almost a dozen star systems, linked by efficient sublight ships by about -11,000. First contact with the Vilani took place in -9,090, at a Naarsirka prospectng base on Karrana'ch (Dagudashaag 0302).

Historical Eras

Politics and diplomacy: Milieu 1116

Mimu, subsector A of Dagudashaag has 36 worlds, of which 30 have native gas giants. The estimated population for the subsector is 22 billion sophonts (not necessarily humans). There are three High population (Hi) worlds, four Moderate population (Ph) worlds, 16 Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, five Low population (Lo) worlds, and no Barren (Ba) worlds. There are seven Agricultural (Ag) worlds versus two Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, and one Non-Agricultural (Na) world. There are six Rich (Ri) worlds versus one Industrial (In) world. There are two Asteroid (As) belts, two Desert (De) worlds, one Garden (Ga) world, two Ice-capped (Ic) worlds, seven Poor (Po) worlds, two Vacuum (Va) worlds, and four Water (Wa) or Ocean (Oc) worlds. There are eight Naval bases in the subsector, 13 Scout bases, and no Way stations. In Mimu there are two race homeworlds. The Imperial nobility includes 35 Knights, three Baronets, ten Barons, two Marquises, four Viscounts, three Counts, no Dukes, and one Subsector Duke. The highest population world is Mimu (Dagudashaag 0208). The highest tech level is F at Nuikh (Dagudashaag 0201), Mimu (Dagudashaag 0208), and Chiauk (Dagudashaag 0803). The average technology level is 9 (with most between 6 and 11).

Polity Listing

The Third Imperium, Lancian Cultural Region in Mimu has jurisdiction over 23 worlds with a population of 22 billion. The highest population world is Mimu (Dagudashaag 0208). The highest tech level is F at Mimu (Dagudashaag 0208) and Chiauk (Dagudashaag 0803). The average technology level is 10 (with most between 7 and 12).

The Third Imperium, Domain of Vland in Mimu has jurisdiction over 13 worlds with a population of 129 million. The highest population worlds are Osakis (Dagudashaag 0202), Serpent's Reach (Dagudashaag 0402), Ushkhuur (Dagudashaag 0502), and Zishku (Dagudashaag 0610). The highest tech level is F at Nuikh (Dagudashaag 0201). The average technology level is 9 (with most between 6 and 11). The subsector capital is Kashmiir (Dagudashaag 0103). The Mimu Subsector is defended by 5th Fleet.


Significant populations of the following races (sophont species) reside within this area:

World Listing

36 Worlds in the Mimu Subsector
Akimu  •   Andalusia  •   Chiauk  •   Geka  •   Ges  •   Gushnemasha  •   Halimaa  •   Iiu  •   Irshe  •   Kaldi  •   Karrana'ch  •   Kashmiir  •   Kaza  •   Kedaa  •   Khan  •   Khumara  •   Manoh  •   Mimu  •   Muikha  •   Ninaan  •   Nuikh  •   Osakis  •   Rathas  •   Refuge  •   Seminary  •   Serpent's Reach  •   Shéaniki  •   Siakmasfa  •   Ssi  •   Tae  •   Tree'chuakh  •   Tscho  •   Ushkhuur  •   Zishku  •   Zuiar  •   Zukchurukh

References and contributors

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