|Army Size (BEs)||1|
|World Trade Number||4|
|Trade Volume (MCr/year)||2,527|
|Building Capacity (Tons)||950|
|Port passengers (annual)||500|
Ivendo has a population between 10,000 and 10 million sophonts, lacking the industrial base to be completely self-supporting. It is a member of Third Imperium in the Lanth Subsector of Spinward Marches Sector and in the Domain of Deneb. Ivendo, as a member world of the Third Imperium, holds the estate of an Imperial knight, a member of the Imperial Nobility charged with overseeing the world. The system supports both an Imperial Naval Base and a Scout Base with the additional starship traffic.
Astrography & Planetology
Ivendo is a member of the Spinward Main.
The planet has a normal climate and a thin oxygen-nitrogen atmosphere. Ivendo supports a great variety of plant life.
The world has sometimes been referred to as Invendo.
Invendo Monostellar System Star Name Hierarchy Category Mass (Sol) Temp (K) Luminosity (Sol) Invendo
Primary Main Sequence 1.78 7100 - 7600 9.68 Unit Diameter Min Distance Hab Zone Jump Shadow M-Drive Limit AU 0.016 0.25806 2.47 - 4.03 1.6 16 Orbit # * 0 5 4 8 Remarks
Ivendo is home to the Ranage Tree, a vast growth whose wide canopy provides homes for many varieties of wildlife. Ranage wood is particularly prized for its beauty, and the unworked wood as well as furniture carved from it are staple exports of Ivendo.
The Ranage Tree is an essential part of the local ecology, and is abundant in the world's forests. Unfortunately, its pollen contains an alkaloidal toxin inducing symptoms that range from nausea up to and including respiratory failure. When the trees are pollinating during the spring, filter masks are required for the duration of the season.
History & Background (Dossier)
In addition to the City of Ivendo, the other major settlement is Kadala Id.
Ivendo contains a population of approximately 90,000 Chirpers, all of which are confined to small reservations. Occasional attempts by Chirpers to stray off these reservations have been harshly dealt with by the local human population. The Chirpers have been in a steady decline for several years, though the apparent cause is unknown.