Demon Cluster

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The Demon Cluster is a dispersed cluster of stars lying on the rimward edge of the Empty Stars.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Demon Cluster is a large grouping of stars centered on Halcyon Sector and Far Home Sector, and covering parts of Bourne Sector, Course Sector, Deep Sector, Divide Sector, Gulf Sector, and Shadow Rift Sector. It is bounded by the Moat Rifts to spinward, coreward and trailing, and by the Great Void to rimward. It is dominated by the Demon's Eye, a blue supergiant star.

Image Repository[edit]

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The systems that make up the Demon Cluster.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

The Demon Cluster was settled by human refugees, fleeing the Destruction of Terra, in 2255AD. It is home to nearly 200 billion sophonts and has a rich culture and history. Star Lanes, interstellar trade routes, wind across the Cluster and link the various polities that lie within it.

The mythology of the Edur, a sophont species native to the cluster, may have influenced the choice of names for significant astrographic features in the region.

Astrographic Features[edit]

A variety of astrographic features make up the Demon Cluster:

Clusters & Traces[edit]


Rifts and Voids[edit]


Other Astrographic Features[edit]

Native Sophonts[edit]

Worlds & Sectors (Astrography)[edit]

This astrographic feature is primarily found in the following areas:

Uncharted Space - Empty Stars - Distant Fringe:

World Listing: 1105[edit]

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

No world articles for Demon Cluster

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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