Florian League

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The Florian League is a coalition of worlds situated in the Trojan Reach and the Beyond sectors.

Astronavigational Codes[edit]

Polity Astronavigational Codes
Polity Survey Code Type Remarks
Florian League Pre-Imperial FloLea No standard code None
Florian League 1st Survey (300) Fl 2-ltr code None
Florian League 2nd Survey (1065) FlLe 4-ltr code None

Description (Specifications)[edit]

No information yet available.

Image Repository[edit]

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History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

The Floriani began to expand from their homeworld Floria (Trojan Reach 0213) in -170.

  • Contact with the Imperium followed in 185.
  • The Florian League itself was formed in 506.


Significant populations of the following sophont races exist within this polity:

Major Historical Events Timeline: 1116[edit]

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

  • No information yet available.

Government & Politics (Leadership)[edit]

The League is governed by a hierarchy of councils, where councilors are chosen from among the Barnai populace by lottery.

The Florian League is governed at various levels by randomly selected leaders. Staggered lotteries exist for each level of government — municipal, provincial, world, and League — and the winners must sit on government councils for a four-year term. Ten municipal districts form a province, and there are ten provinces to a world. After serving one term, all officials must retire from government and may never be entered in a Lottery again. This form of democracy prevents dictatorship and lust for power, and gives a safe, though constantly changing, government. Councilship (as it is called) is not open to Feskals.

The government is supported by a standard bureaucracy, which also administers the Floriani legal system. This legal system is similar to Imperial law, with a judge (from the bureaucracy) and a jury of five. However, there are no set crimes and punishments: unlike in the Imperium, where one attempts to discover whether a specific crime was committed, the Floriani system tries to determine if what was done constitutes a crime. As an example, in the Imperium, the court tries to ascertain if subject 'A' committed a murder; while in the Florian League, the court must decide whether the murder which 'A' committed was a crime, and should be punished.

Interstellar Relations[edit]

No information yet available.

Technology & Trade (Economy)[edit]

The Floriani are also noteworthy for their unusual path of technological development.

  • Highly advanced in the realms of transportation and weaponry, the Floriani are abnormally backward in the life sciences.
  • Within the Florian League, the masses have odd notions toward technology, and all Floriani instinctively shy away from true research. Even creativity in the arts is a rarity.

Interstellar Commerce[edit]

The following businesses operate out of or in this polity:

  • No information yet available.

The Floriani government also administers the Florian Mail service.

  • This service runs Jump-4 mail boats (based on X-boat designs) which carry mail, packages, and information.

Research & Technology[edit]

No information yet available.

Military & Intelligence (Force Projection)[edit]

The League Military also falls under the government's jurisdiction. Comprising some 80 ships, including cruisers, troop carriers, and SDB's, and five divisions of troops, the Military is chiefly employed as a border patrol and defense network against Aslan raids.

Ground Forces[edit]

No information yet available.

Naval Forces[edit]

No information yet available.

Paramilitary Forces[edit]

No information yet available.

Intelligence Agencies[edit]

No information yet available.

Worlds & Sectors (Astrography)[edit]

The Florian League is a coalition of thirty‐five systems in Beyond and the Trojan Reaches with its capital at Floria (Troj 0213).

Beyond ‐ Eight Systems

Darkling Regions (Beyo H) - 8

  1. Eptid (Beyo 2913)
  2. Indarin (Beyo 3015)
  3. Micruss (Beyo 3016)
  4. Mis Noam (Beyo 3112)
  5. Peopus (Beyo 3114)
  6. Radion (Beyo 3011)
  7. Sarlon (Beyo 2915)
  8. Testrous (Beyo 2717)

Trojan Reach ‐ Twenty‐Seven Systems

Menorial (Troj A) ‐ 4

  1. Bilke (Troj 0110)
  2. Halka (Troj 0510)
  3. Trossachs (Troj 0310)
  4. Vip (Troj 0210)

Nora’a (Troj I) ‐ 5

  1. Dalfi (Troj 0222)
  2. Lafkin (Troj 0724)
  3. Nora’a (Troj 0321)
  4. Tanar (Troj 0722)
  5. Vadada (Troj 0523)

Yggdrasil (Troj E) ‐ 18

  1. Bolsush (Troj 0119)
  2. Boronu (Troj 0614)
  3. Cimmen (Troj 0320)
  4. Daruf (Troj 0116)
  5. Fissolon (Troj 0318)
  6. Floria (Troj 0213)
  7. Forandin (Troj 0716)
  8. Garnl (Troj 0516)
  9. Ilnest (Troj 0616)
  10. Insec (Troj 0317)
  11. Kabal (Troj 0319)
  12. Lucind (Troj 0416)
  13. Picard (Troj 0417)
  14. Tefsi (Troj 0418)
  15. Thrush (Troj 0220)
  16. Tibolt (Troj 0415)
  17. Vorn (Troj 0218)
  18. Zimt (Troj 0713)

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