|No. of Stars||18|
|Majority Control||Non-aligned - 56%|
|2nd Control||Belgardian Sojourn - 17%|
|Map Key||Map Key|
Except for the extreme coreward end, Egyrn subsector is largely unknown to the greater Imperial public.
The subsector name preserves the original title of Ashley's Rock.
- Sir Gildemar Tomas Ashley was a staunch supporter of the Solomani faction who settled this world after the Solomani Rim War (990-1002).
- Most data available on the subsector is due to another famous character, Bennett Lai da Santos, a gentleman-explorer and rogue of the mercantile persuasion.
Subsector Summary: 1105
Egyrn, subsector B of Trojan Reach contains 18 worlds with an estimated population of 170 million, a per capita income of Cr1,882, and a total economy is BCr320. These worlds originate an interstellar trade of BCr0 through 5 starports (0 Class A, 0 Class B, 1 Class C, 4 Class D) employing 5 people. Driving this interstellar trade are three Agricultural (Ag) worlds, no Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds, one Pre-Agricultural (Pa) world, one Pre-Industrial (Pi) world, one Rich (Ri) world, and no Industrial (In) worlds. The governments in Egyrn maintain one Military base, and one Scout base. The average technology level is 5 (with most between 3 and 8). The highest technology level is 9 at Belgard (Trojan Reach 1106).
Egyrn, subsector B of Trojan Reach contains 25 stars and 191 identified planets; 11 monostellar systems, seven binary systems, no trinary systems, and no systems with four or more stars. 14 of the 18 systems (77%) have native gas giants. There are no Asteroid (As) belts, two Desert (De) worlds, no Garden (Ga) worlds, no Ice-capped (Ic) worlds, four Poor (Po) worlds, three Vacuum (Va) worlds, and no Water (Wa) or Ocean (Oc) worlds.
Egyrn has an estimated population of 170 million distributed across no High population (Hi) worlds, no Moderate population (Ph) worlds, six Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, seven Low population (Lo) worlds, and two Barren (Ba) worlds. The highest population worlds are Walei (Trojan Reach 0902), Gollere (Trojan Reach 1305), and T'yana (Trojan Reach 1602). The population consists of 1 sophont groups.
|1 identified sophont populations in Egyrn|
There are 11 Non-Aligned Human-dominated worlds in Egyrn with an estimated population of 170 million.
The Belgardian Sojurnate has jurisdiction over three worlds with an estimated population of less than 1 million, a per capita income of Cr0, and a total economy is BCr0. Driving this economy are no Agricultural (Ag) worlds, no Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds, no Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, no Pre-Industrial (Pi) worlds, no Rich (Ri) worlds, and no Industrial (In) worlds. The governments in Belgardian Sojurnate maintain one Military base.
The Belgardian Sojurnate has no inhabitants.
- The capital of Belgardian Sojurnate is Belgard (Trojan Reach 1106).
There are two Non-Aligned unclaimed worlds in Egyrn with an estimated population of less than 1 million.
Client state, Zhodani Consulate
The Client states of the Zhodani Consulate in Egyrn encompasses one world with an estimated population of less than 1 million.
Client state, Third Imperium
The Client states of the Third Imperium in Egyrn encompasses one world with an estimated population of less than 1 million.
Astrographic Features & Trade Routes
World Listing: 1105
History & Background (Dossier)
Believed to have been settled during the Ramshackle Empire era (c. -1700) and since regressed to isolated low-tech societies.
Polity Listing: 1105
- Belgardian Sojurnate: 3 world/s
- Non-Aligned (Human-dominated)
- Third Imperium Client State
- Zhodani Consulate Client State
The following species are believed to have originated in this area:
- No information yet available.
Significant populations of the following sophont races exist within this subsector:
Major Historical Events Timeline: 1116
These are some of the more important historical events that have affected this subsector:
References & Contributors (Sources)
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- Martin Dougherty. Pirates of Drinax: The Torpol Cluster (Mongoose Publishing, 2016), TBD.
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- Martin Dougherty. The Calixcuel Incident (Mongoose Publishing, 2016), TBD.
- Martin Dougherty. Theories of Everything (Mongoose Publishing, 2016), TBD.
- Martin Dougherty. Last Flight of the Amuar (Mongoose Publishing, 2017), TBD.
- Martin Dougherty. Marooned on Marduk (Mongoose Publishing, 2016), TBD.
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