New Islands Subsector

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New Islands Subsector
ZufluchtWellingtonEsperanzaSt. HilaireNebelweltGloireSerendip BeltNew ColchisHerzenslustOrpheeTopasElyseeBesanconBerlichingenJoyeuseSagittarian SubsectorVoid 8 SubsectorOld Islands SubsectorEvestin SubsectorReft SectorVestus SubsectorMacon SubsectorTwo Little SubsectorBarker SubsectorUsher SubsectorSagittarian SubsectorLost Way SubsectorGome SubsectorVoid 8 SubsectorNew Islands SubsectorOld Islands SubsectorLimon SubsectorAlone SubsectorEvestin SubsectorArcrant SubsectorMoibin SubsectorNew Islands subsector
Sector Reft
Capital None
No. of Stars 15
Majority Control Non-Aligned - 47%
2nd Control Esperanza - 20%
3rd Control TBD - 33%
Map Key Map Key

The New Islands Subsector lies in a pocket of stars deep within the Reft Sector.

Description[edit]

Astrographic features[edit]

Native sophonts[edit]

History and background[edit]

Colonized in the second wave of settlement after the European Space Agency Long-range Colony Mission arrived in this sector of the Great Rift, it now boasts four major worlds with substantial populations. The most populous is Esperanza, far to the edge of the cluster, followed by New Colchis, Joyeuse, and Serendip Belt.

Historical Eras[edit]

Major historical events timeline[edit]

Politics and diplomacy: Milieu 1116[edit]

New Islands, subsector J of Reft contains 15 worlds with an estimated population of 18 billion, a per capita income of Cr5,805, and a total economy is BCr107,458. These worlds originate an interstellar trade of BCr222 through 13 starports (4 Class A, 2 Class B, 5 Class C, 2 Class D) employing 25,650 people. Driving this interstellar trade are four Agricultural (Ag) worlds, two Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds, no Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, four Pre-Industrial (Pi) worlds, one Rich (Ri) world, and three Industrial (In) worlds. The governments in New Islands maintain eight Military bases, and four Naval bases. The average technology level is 8 (with most between 5 and 11). The highest technology level is 12 at Serendip Belt (Reft 1323), New Colchis (Reft 1327), and Joyeuse (Reft 1628).

New Islands, subsector J of Reft contains 22 stars and 154 identified planets; eight monostellar systems, seven binary systems, no trinary systems, and no systems with four or more stars. 8 of the 15 systems (53%) have native gas giants. There are one Asteroid (As) belt, one Desert (De) world, one Garden (Ga) world, two Ice-capped (Ic) worlds, one Poor (Po) world, four Vacuum (Va) worlds, and no Water (Wa) or Ocean (Oc) worlds.

New Islands has an estimated population of 18 billion distributed across four High population (Hi) worlds, one Moderate population (Ph) world, five Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, two Low population (Lo) worlds, and no Barren (Ba) worlds. The highest population world is Esperanza (Reft 0926). The population consists of 3 sophont groups including two native sophonts.

3 identified sophont populations in New Islands


Non-Aligned, Human-dominated[edit]

There are 15 Non-Aligned Human-dominated worlds in New Islands with an estimated population of 18 billion.

Polity Listing[edit]

Demographics[edit]

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

World Listing[edit]

15 Worlds in the New Islands Subsector
  •    •  Berlichingen (Re 1621)  •  Besancon  •    •    •  Elysee (RF 1525)  •  Esperanza  •  Gloire  •  Herzenslust  •  Joyeuse (Re 1628)  •  Nebelwelt  •  New Colchis (Re 1327)  •  Orphee  •    •  Serendip Belt  •    •  St. Hilaire  •  Topas  •  Wellington  •  Zuflucht  •  

References and contributors[edit]

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