Antares Sector

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Antares Sector
Lishun Mendan Empty Quarter
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Fornast
Subsectors
Pelusium Ninik Dartho Oulduktak
Shurlarlem Sarar Gimgir Kiirkandin
Urunishu Uradnim Antares Mukusi
Urgusap Gaakish Sakhag Celebes
Sector Data
No. of Worlds 554
Population 1,186,920 million
Majority Control Third Imperium - 84%
Secondary Control Vargr (Non-Aligned) - 6%
Tertiary Control Rukadukaz Republic - 4%
Quaternary Control Other - 6%
Domain Domain of Antares
Balkanized Space
Julian Space
Capital Antares (Antares 2421)
Gross Sector Product BCr7,595,380
Trade Volume BCr72,417
Imperial Coordinate +1 / +1
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The Antares Sector (Imperial Coordinates 1/1) is located Coreward of Fornast Sector and Trailing of Lishun Sector.

  • The sector is named after the star Antares, a class M supergiant that is one of the most luminous stars in the galaxy and is the largest in Charted Space.
  • Another notable astrographic feature is the Antares Main, a grouping of systems within the sector forming a chain of worlds all reachable by jump-1.

Meta-History & Background[edit]

Antares Sector was originally designed by Marc W. Miller and appears in the Classic Traveller Atlas of the Imperium (GDW, 1984).


  1. In 1984, the Classic Traveller Atlas of the Imperium was published.
  2. In 1984, Classic Traveller Vargr (Alien Module) was published.
  3. In 1987, the MegaTraveller Imperial Encyclopedia was published.
  4. In 1990, MegaTraveller Alien - Vilani & Vargr was published.
  5. In 1993, the periodical Challenge Magazine No. 69 was published.
  6. In 1996, Marc Miller's Traveller Milieu 0 Campaign was published.
  7. In 1996, Marc Miller's Traveller T4 First Survey was published, which contained many data inconsistencies, which caused much of the work to later be declared non-canon.

  • As of Summer 2017, this sector is slowly programmed into the Traveller RPG Wiki.
  • It has been T5 Second Survey reviewed and updated to T5 standards.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

No information yet available.

Toponyms: 1105[edit]

This sector has been known by different names to different groups over its existence including the following:

Antares Sector Names
Culture Toponym Polity
Third Imperium Antares Third Imperium
Aslan Antares Aslan Hierate
Droyne Unknown Droyne Oytrip Yatroy
Hiver Antares Hive Federation
K'kree Unknown Two Thousand Worlds
Solomani Antares Solomani Confederation
Vargr Antares Vargr Extents
Vilani Mikasirka Third Imperium
Zhodani Antares Zhodani Consulate

Linguistic Topography: 1105[edit]

The following languages are among the most commonly used within this astrographic region:

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Portions of Antares were settled during the First Imperium.

  • As early as -8150 the Bureaux Naasirka won the right to develop a region in the Antares Sector, as well as bases and colonies connecting to the region.

Native Sophonts (NILs): 1105[edit]

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

Demographics: 1105[edit]

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

Historical Eras[edit]

General Overview: No information yet available.

History-Era: Mileu 1100[edit]

No information yet available.

Major Historical Events Timeline: 1116[edit]

These are some of the more important historical events that have affected this sector:

Politics & Diplomacy (Interstellar Relations)[edit]

The Third Imperium controls (84.0%) of the (554 worlds) in Antares (465 worlds), and the sector capital is Antares (Antares 2421).

Control over the rest of the sector is divided between:

Polity Listing: 1105[edit]

The following polities can be found within this sector:

  • Other Powers
    • None

Polity Descriptions: 1105[edit]

Here are several synopses of the polities found in this sector:

  1. Alleg: CsIm: "Client state, Third Imperium"
  2. Alleg: ImDa: "Third Imperium, Domain of Antares"
  3. Alleg: ImLa: "Third Imperium, League of Antares"
  4. Alleg: JuRu: "Julian Protectorate, Rukadukaz Republic"
  5. Alleg: NaHu: "Non-Aligned, Human-dominated"
  6. Alleg: NaVa: "Non-Aligned, Vargr-dominated"

Imperial Territory: 1105[edit]

This is an Imperial frontier area.

  • This sector is noted as one of the locations of the Julian War.
  • 84.00% is controlled by the Third Imperium.
  • 16.00% is controlled by non-Imperial powers.

Trade Routes (Economic Astrography)[edit]

The following astrographic features and trade routes can be found within this area:

Mains, Branches & Arms[edit]

Clusters & Traces[edit]

Rifts, Voids & Jump Bridges[edit]

Other Astrographic Features[edit]

Worlds, Systems & Sectors (Political Astrography)[edit]

SectorAntares.jpg

This is an area of high stellar density dominated by the presence of the Lesser Rift.

Capital/s: 1105[edit]

The capital of the Imperial part of this sector is:

Subsector Summary: 1105[edit]

The Antares sector has 554 worlds with an estimated population of 1,186 billion, a per capita income of Cr6,431, and a total economy is BCr7,627,231. These worlds originate an interstellar trade of BCr67,465 through 450 starports (98 Class A, 143 Class B, 151 Class C, 58 Class D) employing 10,884,865 people. Driving this interstellar trade are 88 Agricultural (Ag) worlds, 50 Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds, 45 Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, 60 Pre-Industrial (Pi) worlds, 47 Rich (Ri) worlds, and 19 Industrial (In) worlds. The governments in Antares maintain 110 Scout bases, 81 Naval bases, seven Corsair bases, four Way stations, one Military base, and one Naval depot. The average technology level is 8 (with most between 6 and 11). The highest technology level is 17 at Sabmiqys (Antares 2117).

The Antares sector contains 806 stars and 5,927 identified planets; 314 monostellar systems, 228 binary systems, 12 trinary systems, and no systems with four or more stars. 464 of the 554 systems (83%) have native gas giants. There are 17 Asteroid (As) belts, 40 Desert (De) worlds, 38 Garden (Ga) worlds, 17 Ice-capped (Ic) worlds, 97 Poor (Po) worlds, 55 Vacuum (Va) worlds, and 43 Water (Wa) or Ocean (Oc) worlds.

Antares has an estimated population of 1,186 billion distributed across 54 High population (Hi) worlds, 53 Moderate population (Ph) worlds, 254 Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, 123 Low population (Lo) worlds, and no Barren (Ba) worlds. The highest population worlds are Zedesu (Antares 0908), Ghou (Antares 2635), Pritine (Antares 0906), Sarar (Antares 1115), Antares (Antares 2421), and Argusap (Antares 0231). The population consists of 11 sophont groups including eight native sophonts.

11 identified sophont populations in Antares


Polities[edit]

Third Imperium, League of Antares[edit]

The Third Imperium, League of Antares has jurisdiction over 478 worlds with an estimated population of 1,177 billion, a per capita income of Cr6,458, and a total economy is BCr7,602,235. These worlds originate an interstellar trade of BCr66,310 through 390 starports (85 Class A, 122 Class B, 137 Class C, 46 Class D) employing 10,724,990 people. Driving this interstellar trade are 75 Agricultural (Ag) worlds, 47 Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds, 39 Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, 53 Pre-Industrial (Pi) worlds, 38 Rich (Ri) worlds, and 19 Industrial (In) worlds. The governments in Third Imperium, League of Antares maintain 110 Scout bases, 78 Naval bases, four Way stations, and one Naval depot. The average technology level is 9 (with most between 6 and 11). The highest technology level is 17 at Sabmiqys (Antares 2117).

The Third Imperium, League of Antares has an estimated population of 1,177 billion distributed across 52 High population (Hi) worlds, 46 Moderate population (Ph) worlds, 222 Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, 102 Low population (Lo) worlds, and no Barren (Ba) worlds. The highest population worlds are Zedesu (Antares 0908), Ghou (Antares 2635), Pritine (Antares 0906), Sarar (Antares 1115), Antares (Antares 2421), and Argusap (Antares 0231). The population consists of 11 sophont groups including eight native sophonts.

Third Imperium, League of Antares capitals

Non-Aligned, Vargr-dominated[edit]

There are 32 Non-Aligned Vargr-dominated worlds in Antares with an estimated population of 2 billion.

Julian Protectorate, Rukadukaz Republic[edit]

The Julian Protectorate, Rukadukaz Republic has jurisdiction over 21 worlds with an estimated population of 824 million, a per capita income of Cr802, and a total economy is BCr661. These worlds originate an interstellar trade of BCr418 through 16 starports (4 Class A, 3 Class B, 5 Class C, 4 Class D) employing 56,890 people. Driving this interstellar trade are four Agricultural (Ag) worlds, one Non-Agricultural (Na) world, two Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, two Pre-Industrial (Pi) worlds, one Rich (Ri) world, and no Industrial (In) worlds. The governments in Julian Protectorate, Rukadukaz Republic maintain one Military base. The average technology level is 7 (with most between 4 and 10). The highest technology level is 14 at Kemgad (Antares 2905) and Ornwyll (Antares 3108).

The Julian Protectorate, Rukadukaz Republic has an estimated population of 824 million distributed across no High population (Hi) worlds, one Moderate population (Ph) world, 14 Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, four Low population (Lo) worlds, and no Barren (Ba) worlds. The highest population world is Otielvatnan (Antares 2902). The population consists of 1 sophont groups.

Non-Aligned, Human-dominated[edit]

There are 12 Non-Aligned Human-dominated worlds in Antares with an estimated population of 3 billion.

Client state, Third Imperium[edit]

The Client states of the Third Imperium in Antares encompasses 11 worlds with an estimated population of 2 billion.

Subsector Summary: Era: Milieu 0[edit]

This sector has 554 worlds, of which 465 have native gas giants. The estimated population for the sector is 940 billion sapients (not necessarily humans). There are 39 Agricultural (Ag) worlds versus 26 Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds. There are 97 Non-Industrial (Ni) Worlds versus 9 Industrial (In) worlds. There are 13 Rich (Ri) worlds versus 95 Poor (Po) worlds. There are 47 Water Worlds (Wa), 17 Ice-Capped worlds (IC), 42 Desert worlds (De), and 54 Vacuum (Va) worlds. There are 25 High Population (Hi) worlds versus 225 Low Population (Lo) worlds. There are 16 Asteroid Belts (As) in the subsector. There are 156 Barren (Ba) worlds. The highest population world in the sector is Saazi (Antares 0533). The average tech level in the sector is 6 (most lie between 3 and 9). World names are primarily Vilani.

World Listing: 1105[edit]

The following systems and worlds can be found within this sector:

496 Worlds in the Antares Sector
Aad  •  Aaka  •  Aalir  •  Aamikhiizam  •  Aarliidla  •  Adukar  •  Ag  •  Agaagaku  •  Agar  •  Aggiki  •  Agi  •  Akaguugi  •  Akude  •  Akuopu  •  Akuu  •  Aladukuur  •  Alalimakhu  •  Alejako  •  Algazel  •  Ali  •  Alnimes  •  Alreru  •  Am  •  Amagdu  •  Amam  •  Ambemshan  •  Amgager  •  Amisap  •  Amumakuga  •  An  •  An Najaf  •  Anashakila  •  Andrussovo  •  Anlislea  •  Anmi  •  Ansenz  •  Anshasham  •  Antares (An 2421)  •  Anuza  •  Aoa  •  Aomori  •  Ap  •  Apu  •  Ararruedz  •  Arash  •  Areshu  •  Argusap  •  Arirumkhar  •  Armstrong  •  Arshi  •  Aruga  •  Asaazarkhu  •  Ashaagukhu  •  Asimov Belt  •  Aswa  •  Ata  •  Avuzatudh  •  Az  •  Ba  •  Baangen  •  Bameneskjum  •  Barimagu  •  Bastul  •  Baukkregtoo  •  Bayn  •  Becon  •  Bes  •  Bigirashgi  •  Bijtboeamwa  •  Bikadgaba  •  Birrefa  •  Boiwth  •  Brwygaid  •  Brywlo  •  Bumash  •  Bumii  •  Cane  •  Cesten  •  Ciam  •  Cir  •  Conire  •  Criousoth  •  Daddedd  •  Dagi  •  Daka  •  Dakkre  •  Dam  •  Daras  •  Dawce  •  Ddochidduth  •  Decyo  •  Dennok  •  Derbly  •  Deremed  •  Diiku  •  Dika  •  Dimiigiguu  •  Dinderi  •  Dini  •  Dinvoo  •  Dogd  •  Dolvijt  •  Dosmeielre  •  Drim  •  Drwol  •  Dyaddiws  •  Eg  •  Egigguga  •  Egshu  •  Elrorersk  •  Em (An 1611)  •  Emapoea  •  Emumgaa  •  Enddenbe  •  Engduitwas  •  Engfoflak  •  Enithe  •  Enkihylsa  •  Er (An 0924)  •  Ereshkigal  •  Errdougillo  •  Ert  •  Erushkhu  •  Erushnarin  •  Fekekslalm  •  Fendad  •  Fo  •  Fof  •  Fogdda  •  Fogdonvef  •  Gaakish  •  Gaaruur  •  Gadar  •  Gaecio  •  Gaemia  •  Gagdaga  •  Gagidishguu  •  Gakhisgiki  •  Gamma  •  Gar (An 1301)  •  Gardanina  •  Gashagi  •  Geinkar  •  Gekimli  •  Ger  •  Ghou  •  Gid  •  Gidenlari  •  Gii  •  Gikegum  •  Girgaka  •  Girgur  •  Githiaski  •  Godrasoch  •  Gokann  •  Gorrroedho  •  Grap  •  Gukhipu  •  Gulan  •  Gumurlag  •  Gungunum  •  Guugapirka  •  Guukhi  •  Guush  •  Guusham  •  Gyogi  •  Hake  •  Han  •  Hasnotka  •  Haunatpiy  •  Hekklulkyg  •  Helteken  •  Hikly  •  Honre  •  Id  •  Ida  •  Idshaman  •  Igalashgi  •  Iger  •  Ii  •  Iigna  •  Iikuluga  •  Iim  •  Iimashirer  •  Iiruda  •  Ijamnanvo  •  Ikashi  •  Ilesgi  •  Imgiid  •  In  •  Inbali  •  Infrapolis  •  Inirin  •  Inlerthiod  •  Insont  •  Inungae  •  Ipienlaa  •  Ir  •  Irages  •  Irale  •  Iraw  •  Irenmer  •  Irgirkar  •  Irguugikur  •  Irkad  •  Irke  •  Irrrrogzagz  •  Isamran  •  Ishiishala  •  Ishkhasaki  •  Ishmaga  •  Isiragu  •  Itoan  •  Jan  •  Jikaagi  •  Joao  •  Juba  •  Jumuoleista  •  Jyesthari  •  Ka (An 2105)  •  Kaadukushga  •  Kakuukudi  •  Kakuwhi  •  Kamerkhina  •  Kamkin  •  Kamkishu  •  Kani  •  Karatunk  •  Kargigar  •  Kashikabiig  •  Kasihaip  •  Kawhuti  •  Kaybie  •  Kaze  •  Kedim  •  Keketepara  •  Kemgad  •  Ken  •  Kereuheku  •  Khadiraash  •  Khanmishim  •  Kheskam  •  Khishi  •  Khu  •  Khurash  •  Khurda  •  Kidilidkiki  •  Kidkugur  •  Kievi  •  kiida  •  Kiikigulii  •  Kikarmur  •  Kimball (An 0714)  •  Kingfish  •  Kinuun  •  Kiwhi  •  Kjoytvae  •  Kodhnozek  •  Korparov  •  Ku (An 1519)  •  Kua  •  Kudip  •  Kuk  •  Kukamkurli  •  Kukatote  •  Kukhupgeshu  •  Kumirnikur  •  Kunarumkhii  •  Kung  •  Kuuka  •  Kuz  •  La  •  Laagerlus  •  Laashidudka  •  Laipanna  •  Lakiaas  •  Lakikhelar  •  Lamwen  •  Laqearhy  •  Lara  •  Larlenid  •  Lash  •  Lashi  •  Lattante  •  Laupla  •  Lazada  •  Leilpenwin  •  Leiwnei  •  Lejeune  •  Lermengnien  •  Lesham  •  Ligyrny  •  Likarudig  •  Liki  •  Likimar  •  Lillapmaura  •  Liluudurin  •  Limaarnudu  •  Limkiimar  •  Lir (An 3203)  •  Lirna  •  Llajen  •  Llupi  •  Lonhoumple  •  Loungel  •  Lovina  •  Lunshuu  •  Luolilali  •  Lyrihnele  •  Maihamue  •  Makkstol  •  Manuginiim  •  Marathon  •  Mariizu  •  Mata  •  Me  •  Mekaparu  •  Melpol  •  Meventapboo  •  Mi  •  Mies  •  Miirdu  •  Mika  •  Mingishudi  •  Minnjekehuan  •  Moder  •  Moje  •  Mudir  •  Mukusi  •  Mumir  •  Musa  •  Na  •  Naabushiduu  •  Naadimir  •  Naean  •  Nafonguez  •  Nagiigush  •  Nagikuugid  •  Nagulimu  •  Nakiowa  •  Nakkmong  •  Namhyn  •  Namkuliiram  •  Nanuhato  •  Napawhi  •  Narea  •  Narenwen  •  Nashigakhe  •  Nasseathin  •  Newsi  •  Ngimi  •  Ngoripawa  •  Ni  •  Niidu  •  Niipar  •  Ninime  •  Nita  •  Niwse  •  Niynpe  •  Nojityt  •  Norr  •  Nove  •  Occulun  •  Ocho  •  Odou  •  Oe  •  Oek  •  Oeng  •  Oerchgwe  •  Ogguengan  •  Oghoutsekae  •  Ohia  •  Omwyf  •  Ontyg  •  Ornwyll  •  Orsze  •  Othaunlere  •  Otielvatnan  •  Ottdim  •  Pagton  •  Panguitch  •  Pe  •  Pidashiiraa  •  Pijasysley  •  Pikhugekiir  •  Pimi  •  Pina  •  Pome  •  Pomstedonn  •  Pongu  •  Pope  •  Pritine  •  Pukurashdur  •  Punawha  •  Puskaian  •  Pyktseamri  •  Ra  •  Rae  •  Raerrgh  •  Ragklidkiks  •  Raguegh  •  Rakupii  •  Rala  •  Raperch  •  Rashene  •  Rathlesg  •  Restmurowad  •  Rhongdy  •  Riimedireku  •  Rinotawha  •  Riry  •  Ritiwheo  •  Roeggasdoor  •  Roiirawhi  •  Romrohpas  •  Rrorrtuenag  •  Rroth  •  Ru  •  Rugad  •  Ry  •  Sabmiqys  •  Sag  •  Sakumiiku  •  Sanoet  •  Sarar  •  Sarrebrinor  •  Sathin  •  Schen  •  Seixlagla  •  Selol  •  Shaam  •  Shadunug  •  Shakam  •  Shanirka  •  Sharki  •  Shasheba  •  Shashgugim  •  She  •  Shela (An 0732)  •  Shenirlar  •  Sheslassim  •  Sheswyn  •  Shii  •  Shikhamas  •  Shikhiisu  •  Shinar  •  Shir  •  Shiresi  •  Shudan  •  Shur  •  Shusidamam  •  Shythaces  •  Sihvylai  •  Sikii  •  Sikumu  •  Sirusarage  •  Sisha  •  Sishdamar  •  Skakve  •  Skel  •  Sloyd  •  Sort  •  Squire  •  Steindenik  •  Sursir  •  Sushshar  •  Swahea  •  Swana  •  Swar  •  Swari  •  Sweca  •  Syne  •  Taaunake  •  Tabaristan  •  Taku  •  Tamura  •  Tapouu  •  Tasaisle  •  Tauhatu  •  Taukanumo  •  Tekahiu  •  Tekeb  •  Tekk  •  Tenkaly  •  Ter  •  Tertdoyn  •  Tettao  •  Thanny  •  Theha  •  Theron  •  Thylif  •  Thyra  •  Thywyni  •  Tijrktler  •  Tiotukeo  •  To  •  


Subsector Listing: 1105[edit]

The following subsectors can be found within this sector:

  1. Subsector A: Pelusium
  2. Subsector B: Ninik
  3. Subsector C: Dartho
  4. Subsector D: Oulduktak
  5. Subsector E: Shurlarlem
  6. Subsector F: Sarar
  7. Subsector G: Gimgir
  8. Subsector H: Kiirkandin
  9. Subsector I: Urunishu
  10. Subsector J: Uradnim
  11. Subsector K: Antares
  12. Subsector L: Mukusi
  13. Subsector M: Urgusap
  14. Subsector N: Gaakish
  15. Subsector O: Sakhag
  16. Subsector P: Celebes

Territorial Overview: 1105[edit]

The following table details the subsectors within this area:

  • No information yet available.

Territorial Chart Key[edit]

No information yet available.

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