Theta Borealis Sector

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Theta Borealis Sector
Mavuzog Astron Theron
Theta Borealis style="width: 250px; height: 350px; border: solid 1px black;"
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Khaeaw
Subsectors
Sector Data
No. of Worlds 406
Population 869,829 million
Majority Control Non-Aligned (Human-dominated) - 77%
Secondary Control Korsumug Empire - 08%
Tertiary Control Trooles Confederation - 05%
Quaternary Control Percavid Marches - 04%
Quiniary Control Kingdom of Peladon - 03%
Sextenary Control Non-Aligned, unclaimed - 03%
Septenary Control Third Imperium Client States - 00%
Province Balkanized Space
Capital Various
Gross Sector Product BCr2,387,633
Trade Volume BCr2,161
Imperial Coordinate -8 / -1
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362 Worlds in the Theta Borealis Sector
Abemire  •  Accasion  •  Alanbrooke  •  Alcadeen  •  Alonion  •  Amberlite  •  Ames (TB 3224)  •  Amethyst  •  Amnok  •  Andizan  •  Anoreg  •  Antares (TB 0104)  •  Apraksin  •  Apratib  •  Apsheron  •  Artemis  •  Aster  •  Attaray  •  Barenta  •  Bartillion  •  Basgem  •  Bernode  •  Betuatan  •  Bilow  •  Bilsham  •  Binikin  •  Bisak  •  Borlinden  •  Bortesi  •  Boswool  •  Brasov  •  Brekot  •  Broats  •  Bur'vr'di'klr  •  Burning Sty  •  Bytholm  •  Cabbot  •  Cabon  •  Caloran (TB 1122)  •  Canbridel  •  Candankst  •  Candri  •  Carlondo  •  Carmello  •  Carnoff  •  Catania (TB 1331)  •  Caxel  •  Chang-Su  •  Chanshonie  •  Chao Kwan  •  Chevoit  •  Chinampo  •  Cobra III  •  Colophon  •  Conacus  •  Constantine (TB 1132)  •  Corbad  •  Corcoran (TB 2837)  •  Cordoba (TB 2601)  •  Corelia  •  Creoll  •  Crexel  •  Crompton  •  Crows Nest  •  Cugleb  •  Dalain  •  Daloil  •  Dalzer  •  Darwald  •  DeHan V  •  Deckert  •  Dedas  •  Delsdor  •  Demest  •  Dennson  •  Des Prez  •  Devalera  •  Dilvart  •  Dinian  •  Dinloc  •  Dunedin  •  Dutan  •  Edgel  •  Edhoda  •  Eggart  •  Eltonia  •  Epsilon VIII  •  Erwind  •  Eylyre  •  Falbin  •  Falcon  •  Falmout  •  Farbel  •  Farkon  •  Feleg  •  Ferropas  •  Fesnay  •  Floodgate  •  Fonway  •  Forgald  •  Freyvaud  •  Futrick  •  Gadil  •  Gadmoth  •  Gadwop  •  Galores  •  Ganados  •  Gangarova  •  Garatol  •  Gauntlet Run  •  Gaxfield  •  Geptorem  •  Gontip  •  Gormsby  •  Gothaburg  •  Granian  •  Grunden  •  Guanalade  •  Gurn  •  Gutzkow  •  Hacany  •  Hartman  •  Heamon  •  Hertansi  •  Hesten  •  Hevad  •  Hhurster  •  Hickos  •  Higram  •  Hocdef  •  Honflair  •  Honiara  •  Hounslow  •  Hufkin  •  Huflink  •  Hupland  •  Hydraotes  •  Hydronaut  •  Ijesmul  •  Illimani  •  Ilnoyor  •  Inbarin  •  Indmaea  •  Isabit  •  Isbelra  •  Itenez  •  Ivorholm  •  Jabaran  •  Jaches  •  Jairbax  •  Jalafum  •  Jamison II  •  Jasmire  •  Jebol  •  Jeilif  •  Jelmirt  •  Jirk  •  Jugartha  •  Jyhala  •  Kalsop  •  Kanell  •  Kansel  •  Kantrim  •  Kanuel  •  Kapalon  •  Kathol  •  Katzebue  •  Kerpan  •  Kersian  •  Kirwan  •  Kline (TB 0433)  •  Kolenat  •  Krytolon  •  Kuclaron  •  Kullen  •  Lacdor  •  Lamburel  •  Landfair  •  Langley (Tn 1016)  •  Laurens  •  Lerrish  •  LesParda  •  Lexaria  •  Logos Belt  •  Lomodo IVA   •  Lonach  •  Lone Star (TB 2428)  •  Long Chase  •  Lothain  •  Luxandra  •  Lycrew  •  Lytock  •  Lywyn  •  Magnar  •  Magpie  •  Makatea  •  Malifant  •  Malvord  •  Mandau  •  Manlowe  •  Mapendal  •  Marconi  •  Marinagua  •  Marnio  •  Medkin  •  Melham  •  Merotpeg  •  Montserat  •  Mosule  •  Motobab  •  Mrunkil  •  Muravia  •  Murtaskin  •  Mytelon  •  Naksel  •  Naleput  •  Nalmer  •  Nauvoo  •  Nedric  •  Nervay  •  New Caladonia  •  Nexur  •  Nezal  •  Ninumbra  •  Niparoo  •  Nithus  •  Nouwak  •  Nunivak  •  Nystalux  •  Obaroth  •  Obysan  •  Oceania  •  Olack  •  Olikunz  •  Oriniab  •  Orr  •  Ostello  •  Oujda  •  Pacadia  •  Pakwolf  •  Pamuse  •  Paradise (TB 2925)  •  Partricia  •  Pautho  •  Pebebock  •  Peladons  •  Pelmafore  •  Pen-latol's  •  Pepperland  •  Perx  •  Petask  •  Petitot  •  Pewellyn  •  Phonecia  •  Pismo  •  Plustron  •  Poltan  •  Port Eoyel  •  Port Lanta  •  Port Xanatath  •  Portine (TB 1311)  •  Poserdon  •  Pubora  •  Pylter  •  Pyremide  •  Quandre  •  Quantestal  •  Quesros  •  Quper  •  Qutan  •  Radson  •  Ralmu  •  Ratan  •  Reejus  •  Reerack  •  Regalice  •  Relmer  •  Rematon  •  Rhintril  •  Rodoto  •  Rolland  •  Ronix  •  Rorschach   •  Rouault  •  Rysholm  •  Ryswick  •  Saint-Beune  •  Samos  •  Sanus  •  Sapies  •    •  Satyr  •  Seital  •  Shief (TB 0435)  •  Shimerdon  •  Siderion  •  Sildona  •  Sinigo  •  Smedley  •  Snowdon  •  Sonica  •  Sopich  •  St. Thomas  •  Storm Rider  •  Stowkau  •  Stylap  •  Sukarno  •  Sumoon  •  Sunda  •  Synth  •  Tafeld  •  Talf  •  Tamatave  •  Tarmo  •  Tarstal  •  Taspar  •  Taunce  •  Teloth  •  Tepas  •  Thacuri  •  Thrace  •  Tongal  •  Touxilay  •  Transear  •  Trimeter  •  Tudwick  •  Tully  •  Tulsi Das  •  Ugnes  •    •  Uriaholm  •  Usatuc  •  Valpor  •  Vepar  •  Verstand  •  Victoria (TB 1433)  •  Vilacon  •  Vonbar  •  Vormuch  •  Vrongh  •  Wabor-Parn  •  Wanmor  •  Wathian  •  Westmach  •  Westmoore  •  Westmount  •  Widcliff  •  Wignatau  •  Wimstudei  •  Winslow  •  Wolfen  •  Xantype  •  Xenia  •  Yampul  •  Yukva  •  Zaharoff  •  Zaragoza  •  Zelden  •  Zephor  •  Zilac  •  Zimcandon  •  Zonark  •  Zoolan  •  Zordan  •  

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Theta Borealis Sector is a distant region located in non-aligned space, far to spinward of the Third Imperium.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

Theta Borealis Sector lies on the far spinward edge of Charted Space.

  • It is a relatively densely populated sector in a largely empty region of space.

The sector was initially surveyed during the Imperial First Survey.

  • First Survey primary data on the sector was very fragmented.

The sector was extensively surveyed during the Imperial Second Survey.

  • IISS personnel based at Pautho, an Imperial Client State, were heavily involved in gathering and collating the survey data.
  • Much of the updated data relating to the sector was based on remote long-term observations done over approximately 70 years (from 995 to 1065).
  • Most of the output from these observations was automatically generated.

World Listings: 1105[edit]

Comprehensive Second Survey UWP data for all worlds lying within the sector can be retrieved from Theta Borealis Sector data files.

  • The primary source material for all data is Traveller Map.
  • Other sources may differ: some elements of the data may be contradictory or incorrect.
  • Data is occasionally updated as new information becomes available.
  • Scouting missions gathering reliable, verified data can receive substantial payment.

Astrographic Features & Trade Routes: 1105[edit]

The following astrographic and commercial data regarding the sector has been determined:

Summary[edit]

  1. Korsumug Main
  2. Korsumug Gate
  3. Dennson Main
  4. Calibration Points
  5. Borealis Group
  6. Muravia Cluster
  7. Thetan Rift
  8. Thetan Void
  9. Great Rift
  10. Uncharted Anomaly
  11. Stellar Distribution

Mains[edit]

The Korsumug Main, the great chain of Jump-1 systems linking Astron Sector, Theta Borealis Sector, and Mavuzog Sector, runs through the region.

  • It is also known as the Thetan Main.
  • It is a Long Main (more than 51 worlds).
  • It passes through the spectacular heart of the Borealis Group.
  • The narrow bridge of stars that carries the Main across the Thetan Rifts is known as the Korsumug Gate.
  • Korsumug raiders cruise the Main, looking for plunder, resources, and glory.

A simple chart showing Mavuzog Sector, Theta Borealis Sector, the rimward edge of Astron Sector, and the Korsumug Main running between them.

  • The majority of worlds forming the Main lie within Theta Borealis sector.

Korsumug Main Systems 2.png
(Chart sourced from Traveller Map).

Worlds in purple lie on the Korsumug Main.

Korsumug Gate
Korsumug Gate

Dennson Main
The Dennson Main is a "Short Main" (a main consisting of between 11 and 50 worlds).

Chart Dennson Main Basic 2.png

Worlds in blue lie on the Dennson Main.
Worlds in purple lie on the Korsumug Main.

Calibration Points[edit]

Three Calibration Points (deep space refuelling points, locally referred to as "Hubs") are located within Theta Borealis Sector:

These Hubs are corporate-operated and not generally available to non-corporate personnel or vessels.

Hexes are extremely large, in the region of 3.2 lightyears / 170 light weeks across.

  • Without exact coordinates to jump to within it, any ship arriving randomly within the hex is likely to end up many tens of light-weeks away from the Calibration Point.

Chart Theta Borealis Sector Calibration Points.png
Chart sourced from Traveller Map.

Clusters & Traces[edit]

Borealis Group
Theta Borealis Sector is dominated by the Borealis Group, a very large cluster of stars containing an unusually high number of stellar giants.

Chart Stellar Distribution Borealis Group.png

Significant Stars
The brightest stars in the group are called the Borealean Stars. They include:

The major stars of the cluster are surrounded by more than sixty other giant and subgiant stars, some almost as bright as the named giants, as well as numerous main sequence stars and white dwarfs.

  • The cluster has higher than normal concentrations of gas and dust within it, largely consisting of material thrown off by the stars.
  • This gas and dust reflects the intense light of the stars and gives the vast feature a diffuse glow.

The skies within the region are spectacular. Some of the brighter stars can be seen from the surfaces of worlds during daylight hours.

Theta Borealis Bright Stars 2.jpg

Many of the stars are active objects, experiencing violent flare activity and producing a lot of EM noise across the spectrum.

  • The background interference is significant - sensor operations and communications can be seriously hampered by signals originating parsecs away.
    • Levels of interference vary periodically.
  • Areas of the cluster may contain clouds of matter thrown off by stellar activity.
  • Radiation Levels may be significantly raised on worlds within the cluster.

Many of these gigantic, turbulent stars are destinations on the Korsumug Main.

Muravia Cluster
The Muravia Cluster is a small cluster of stars within the larger Borealis Group.

Rifts & Voids[edit]

The highest tech level commonly encountered out This Far Along (spinward of the Third Imperium) is TL–12, though a few worlds are more advanced.

A simple chart showing rift regions within Theta Borealis Sector.

Chart Theta Borealis Sector Rift Regions Basic.png
(Chart sourced from Traveller Map).

Thetan Rift
The Thetan Rift is a large area of lower stellar density lying within the spinward-coreward quadrant of the Sector. It is composed of two separate regions:

Thetan Void
The Thetan Void is a large area of lower stellar density lying within the coreward-trailing quadrant of the sector.

The Great Rift
The rimward edge of the sector lies adjacent to the Great Rift, the great expanse of empty space dividing the Imperial core from those regions lying "Behind the Claw".

Other Astrographic Features[edit]

Uncharted Anomaly[edit]

The "Enigma of Theta Borealis" [1] is a mysterious astrographic feature.

Stellar Distribution[edit]

A basic map showing the distribution and size of stars within Theta Borealis Sector.

  • The color corresponds to the visible color of the star, which links to its spectral classification.
  • The size as shown indicates both the physical size of the object and its relative brightness.

Theta Borealis Sector Star Chart.png
(Chart sourced from Traveller Map).

Note that the stars as depicted are representative. Any star, no matter what its size, is a mere speck within the hex it occupies.

  • Ordinary main sequence stars can barely be seen from even a hex away.
  • Huge, intensely luminous giant stars can be seen from across the sector and far beyond.

World Listing: 1105[edit]

AAB library archives contain expanded data about the following systems:

362 Worlds in the Theta Borealis Sector
Abemire  •  Accasion  •  Alanbrooke  •  Alcadeen  •  Alonion  •  Amberlite  •  Ames (TB 3224)  •  Amethyst  •  Amnok  •  Andizan  •  Anoreg  •  Antares (TB 0104)  •  Apraksin  •  Apratib  •  Apsheron  •  Artemis  •  Aster  •  Attaray  •  Barenta  •  Bartillion  •  Basgem  •  Bernode  •  Betuatan  •  Bilow  •  Bilsham  •  Binikin  •  Bisak  •  Borlinden  •  Bortesi  •  Boswool  •  Brasov  •  Brekot  •  Broats  •  Bur'vr'di'klr  •  Burning Sty  •  Bytholm  •  Cabbot  •  Cabon  •  Caloran (TB 1122)  •  Canbridel  •  Candankst  •  Candri  •  Carlondo  •  Carmello  •  Carnoff  •  Catania (TB 1331)  •  Caxel  •  Chang-Su  •  Chanshonie  •  Chao Kwan  •  Chevoit  •  Chinampo  •  Cobra III  •  Colophon  •  Conacus  •  Constantine (TB 1132)  •  Corbad  •  Corcoran (TB 2837)  •  Cordoba (TB 2601)  •  Corelia  •  Creoll  •  Crexel  •  Crompton  •  Crows Nest  •  Cugleb  •  Dalain  •  Daloil  •  Dalzer  •  Darwald  •  DeHan V  •  Deckert  •  Dedas  •  Delsdor  •  Demest  •  Dennson  •  Des Prez  •  Devalera  •  Dilvart  •  Dinian  •  Dinloc  •  Dunedin  •  Dutan  •  Edgel  •  Edhoda  •  Eggart  •  Eltonia  •  Epsilon VIII  •  Erwind  •  Eylyre  •  Falbin  •  Falcon  •  Falmout  •  Farbel  •  Farkon  •  Feleg  •  Ferropas  •  Fesnay  •  Floodgate  •  Fonway  •  Forgald  •  Freyvaud  •  Futrick  •  Gadil  •  Gadmoth  •  Gadwop  •  Galores  •  Ganados  •  Gangarova  •  Garatol  •  Gauntlet Run  •  Gaxfield  •  Geptorem  •  Gontip  •  Gormsby  •  Gothaburg  •  Granian  •  Grunden  •  Guanalade  •  Gurn  •  Gutzkow  •  Hacany  •  Hartman  •  Heamon  •  Hertansi  •  Hesten  •  Hevad  •  Hhurster  •  Hickos  •  Higram  •  Hocdef  •  Honflair  •  Honiara  •  Hounslow  •  Hufkin  •  Huflink  •  Hupland  •  Hydraotes  •  Hydronaut  •  Ijesmul  •  Illimani  •  Ilnoyor  •  Inbarin  •  Indmaea  •  Isabit  •  Isbelra  •  Itenez  •  Ivorholm  •  Jabaran  •  Jaches  •  Jairbax  •  Jalafum  •  Jamison II  •  Jasmire  •  Jebol  •  Jeilif  •  Jelmirt  •  Jirk  •  Jugartha  •  Jyhala  •  Kalsop  •  Kanell  •  Kansel  •  Kantrim  •  Kanuel  •  Kapalon  •  Kathol  •  Katzebue  •  Kerpan  •  Kersian  •  Kirwan  •  Kline (TB 0433)  •  Kolenat  •  Krytolon  •  Kuclaron  •  Kullen  •  Lacdor  •  Lamburel  •  Landfair  •  Langley (Tn 1016)  •  Laurens  •  Lerrish  •  LesParda  •  Lexaria  •  Logos Belt  •  Lomodo IVA   •  Lonach  •  Lone Star (TB 2428)  •  Long Chase  •  Lothain  •  Luxandra  •  Lycrew  •  Lytock  •  Lywyn  •  Magnar  •  Magpie  •  Makatea  •  Malifant  •  Malvord  •  Mandau  •  Manlowe  •  Mapendal  •  Marconi  •  Marinagua  •  Marnio  •  Medkin  •  Melham  •  Merotpeg  •  Montserat  •  Mosule  •  Motobab  •  Mrunkil  •  Muravia  •  Murtaskin  •  Mytelon  •  Naksel  •  Naleput  •  Nalmer  •  Nauvoo  •  Nedric  •  Nervay  •  New Caladonia  •  Nexur  •  Nezal  •  Ninumbra  •  Niparoo  •  Nithus  •  Nouwak  •  Nunivak  •  Nystalux  •  Obaroth  •  Obysan  •  Oceania  •  Olack  •  Olikunz  •  Oriniab  •  Orr  •  Ostello  •  Oujda  •  Pacadia  •  Pakwolf  •  Pamuse  •  Paradise (TB 2925)  •  Partricia  •  Pautho  •  Pebebock  •  Peladons  •  Pelmafore  •  Pen-latol's  •  Pepperland  •  Perx  •  Petask  •  Petitot  •  Pewellyn  •  Phonecia  •  Pismo  •  Plustron  •  Poltan  •  Port Eoyel  •  Port Lanta  •  Port Xanatath  •  Portine (TB 1311)  •  Poserdon  •  Pubora  •  Pylter  •  Pyremide  •  Quandre  •  Quantestal  •  Quesros  •  Quper  •  Qutan  •  Radson  •  Ralmu  •  Ratan  •  Reejus  •  Reerack  •  Regalice  •  Relmer  •  Rematon  •  Rhintril  •  Rodoto  •  Rolland  •  Ronix  •  Rorschach   •  Rouault  •  Rysholm  •  Ryswick  •  Saint-Beune  •  Samos  •  Sanus  •  Sapies  •    •  Satyr  •  Seital  •  Shief (TB 0435)  •  Shimerdon  •  Siderion  •  Sildona  •  Sinigo  •  Smedley  •  Snowdon  •  Sonica  •  Sopich  •  St. Thomas  •  Storm Rider  •  Stowkau  •  Stylap  •  Sukarno  •  Sumoon  •  Sunda  •  Synth  •  Tafeld  •  Talf  •  Tamatave  •  Tarmo  •  Tarstal  •  Taspar  •  Taunce  •  Teloth  •  Tepas  •  Thacuri  •  Thrace  •  Tongal  •  Touxilay  •  Transear  •  Trimeter  •  Tudwick  •  Tully  •  Tulsi Das  •  Ugnes  •    •  Uriaholm  •  Usatuc  •  Valpor  •  Vepar  •  Verstand  •  Victoria (TB 1433)  •  Vilacon  •  Vonbar  •  Vormuch  •  Vrongh  •  Wabor-Parn  •  Wanmor  •  Wathian  •  Westmach  •  Westmoore  •  Westmount  •  Widcliff  •  Wignatau  •  Wimstudei  •  Winslow  •  Wolfen  •  Xantype  •  Xenia  •  Yampul  •  Yukva  •  Zaharoff  •  Zaragoza  •  Zelden  •  Zephor  •  Zilac  •  Zimcandon  •  Zonark  •  Zoolan  •  Zordan  •  

Comprehensive Second Survey UWP data for all worlds lying within the sector can be retrieved from Theta Borealis Sector data files.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

No information yet available.

Symbols: 1105[edit]

Mavuzog Claws Symbol.png

Three jagged vertical downward strokes are commonly used as a symbol to represent the sector.

Native Sophonts: 1105[edit]

The following races (sophont species) are believed to have originated within the sector:

Jaibok Minor Race.jpg

Demographics: 1105[edit]

Theta Borealis Sector has a population of more than 893.5 billion individuals originating from 14 separate sophont species:

Linguistic Topography: 1105[edit]

The following languages are among the most commonly used within this astrographic region:

Toponyms: 1105[edit]

This sector has been known by different names to different groups over its existence including the following:

Theta Borealis Sector Names
Culture Toponym Polity
Third Imperium Theta Borealis Third Imperium
Aslan Theta Borealis Aslan Hierate
Droyne Unknown Droyne Oytrip Yatroy
Hiver Theta Borealis Hive Federation
K'kree Unknown Two Thousand Worlds
Solomani Theta Borealis Solomani Confederation
Vargr Theta Borealis Vargr Extents
Vilani Theta Borealis Third Imperium
Zhodani Theta Borealis Zhodani Consulate

Historical Eras[edit]

General Overview: No information yet available.

Major Historical Events Timeline: 1105[edit]

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

  • No information yet available.

Worlds, Systems & Sectors (Political Astrography)[edit]

Maps showing areas of importance within the sector and the locations of significant Class A Starports.

Chart Theta Borealis Sector Economy Basic.png Chart Theta Borealis Shipbuilding Centers.png
(Charts sourced from Traveller Map)

Worlds with Class A Starports are able to manufacture starships. Shipyard capacity is based on local population and tech level.

Non-industrial and low population worlds are rarely able to undertake manufacturing.

Chart Theta Borealis Sector Regional Basic.png

Sector Summary: 1105[edit]

(Note that this data is awaiting AAB Internal Records verification.)

The Theta Borealis sector has 407 worlds with an estimated population of 893 billion, a per capita income of Cr3,639, and a total economy is BCr3,250,344. These worlds originate an interstellar trade of BCr4,125 through 339 starports (75 Class A, 94 Class B, 121 Class C, 49 Class D) employing 490,050 people. Driving this interstellar trade are 64 Agricultural (Ag) worlds, 35 Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds, 26 Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, 46 Pre-Industrial (Pi) worlds, 22 Rich (Ri) worlds, and 21 Industrial (In) worlds. The governments in Theta Borealis maintain 19 Naval bases, 13 Scout bases, and two Military bases. The average technology level is 8 (with most between 5 and 10). The highest technology level is 13 at Boswool (Theta Borealis 0205), Pautho (Theta Borealis 1506), Isbelra (Theta Borealis 1602), Oujda (Theta Borealis 2703), Tamatave (Theta Borealis 2708), and Nithus (Theta Borealis 3107).

The Theta Borealis sector contains 605 stars and 4,188 identified planets; 264 monostellar systems, 100 binary systems, 33 trinary systems, and ten systems with four or more stars. 226 of the 407 systems (55%) have native gas giants. There are 14 Asteroid (As) belts, 25 Desert (De) worlds, 22 Garden (Ga) worlds, nine Ice-capped (Ic) worlds, 62 Poor (Po) worlds, 38 Vacuum (Va) worlds, and 29 Water (Wa) or Ocean (Oc) worlds.

Theta Borealis has an estimated population of 893 billion distributed across 43 High population (Hi) worlds, 35 Moderate population (Ph) worlds, 170 Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, 103 Low population (Lo) worlds, and seven Barren (Ba) worlds. The highest population worlds are Plustron (Theta Borealis 1732), Jelmirt (Theta Borealis 1223), Ratan (Theta Borealis 2822), Devalera (Theta Borealis 0525), Obaroth (Theta Borealis 0434), and Quper (Theta Borealis 0537). The population consists of 15 sophont groups including ten native sophonts.

16 identified sophont populations in Theta Borealis


Polities[edit]

Non-Aligned, Human-dominated[edit]

There are 313 Non-Aligned Human-dominated worlds in Theta Borealis with an estimated population of 668 billion.

Korsumug Empire[edit]

The Korsumug Empire has jurisdiction over 32 worlds with an estimated population of 145 billion, a per capita income of Cr1,858, and a total economy is BCr269,419. These worlds originate an interstellar trade of BCr140 through 22 starports (5 Class A, 5 Class B, 11 Class C, 1 Class D) employing 21,305 people. Driving this interstellar trade are four Agricultural (Ag) worlds, six Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds, two Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, five Pre-Industrial (Pi) worlds, no Rich (Ri) worlds, and one Industrial (In) world. The governments in Korsumug Empire maintain two Naval bases, one Military base, and one Scout base. The average technology level is 7 (with most between 5 and 10). The highest technology level is 13 at Shimerdon (Theta Borealis 0624).

The Korsumug Empire has an estimated population of 145 billion distributed across five High population (Hi) worlds, five Moderate population (Ph) worlds, 15 Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, four Low population (Lo) worlds, and no Barren (Ba) worlds. The highest population worlds are Devalera (Theta Borealis 0525), Marconi (Theta Borealis 0623), Ostello (Theta Borealis 0127), and Amberlite (Theta Borealis 0230). The population consists of 1 sophont groups.

Trooles Confederation[edit]

The Trooles Confederation has jurisdiction over 19 worlds with an estimated population of 226 million, a per capita income of Cr1,685, and a total economy is BCr381. These worlds originate an interstellar trade of BCr1 through 15 starports (1 Class A, 2 Class B, 7 Class C, 5 Class D) employing 425 people. Driving this interstellar trade are three Agricultural (Ag) worlds, two Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds, no Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, one Pre-Industrial (Pi) world, two Rich (Ri) worlds, and no Industrial (In) worlds. The average technology level is 7 (with most between 4 and 10). The highest technology level is 13 at Isbelra (Theta Borealis 1602).

The Trooles Confederation has an estimated population of 226 million distributed across no High population (Hi) worlds, no Moderate population (Ph) worlds, 12 Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, three Low population (Lo) worlds, and no Barren (Ba) worlds. The highest population worlds are Galores (Theta Borealis 1204), Huflink (Theta Borealis 1504), Ivorholm (Theta Borealis 1101), and Malvord (Theta Borealis 1502). The population consists of 1 sophont groups.

Percavid Marches[edit]

The Percavid Marches has jurisdiction over 18 worlds with an estimated population of 70 billion, a per capita income of Cr6,527, and a total economy is BCr461,145. These worlds originate an interstellar trade of BCr123 through 16 starports (6 Class A, 4 Class B, 5 Class C, 1 Class D) employing 20,220 people. Driving this interstellar trade are three Agricultural (Ag) worlds, three Non-Agricultural (Na) worlds, two Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, three Pre-Industrial (Pi) worlds, no Rich (Ri) worlds, and one Industrial (In) world. The governments in Percavid Marches maintain one Naval base. The average technology level is 8 (with most between 5 and 11). The highest technology level is 13 at Rhintril (Theta Borealis 0724).

The Percavid Marches has an estimated population of 70 billion distributed across one High population (Hi) world, one Moderate population (Ph) world, 12 Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, one Low population (Lo) world, and no Barren (Ba) worlds. The highest population world is Jelmirt (Theta Borealis 1223). The population consists of 2 sophont groups.

Kingdom of Peladon[edit]

The Kingdom of Peladon has jurisdiction over 13 worlds with an estimated population of 371 million, a per capita income of Cr1,808, and a total economy is BCr671. These worlds originate an interstellar trade of BCr1 through 11 starports (2 Class A, 4 Class B, 3 Class C, 2 Class D) employing 285 people. Driving this interstellar trade are two Agricultural (Ag) worlds, one Non-Agricultural (Na) world, no Pre-Agricultural (Pa) worlds, one Pre-Industrial (Pi) world, one Rich (Ri) world, and no Industrial (In) worlds. The governments in Kingdom of Peladon maintain one Naval base, and one Scout base. The average technology level is 8 (with most between 6 and 10). The highest technology level is 13 at Bilsham (Theta Borealis 0411).

The Kingdom of Peladon has an estimated population of 371 million distributed across no High population (Hi) worlds, one Moderate population (Ph) world, six Non-industrial (Ni) worlds, five Low population (Lo) worlds, and no Barren (Ba) worlds. The highest population world is Cabon (Theta Borealis 0512). The population consists of 1 sophont groups.

Non-Aligned, unclaimed[edit]

There are 11 Non-Aligned unclaimed worlds in Theta Borealis with an estimated population of 8 billion.

Client state, Third Imperium[edit]

The Client states of the Third Imperium in Theta Borealis encompasses one world with an estimated population of less than 1 million.

Capital: 1105[edit]

No information yet available.

Politics & Diplomacy (Interstellar Relations)[edit]

No information yet available.

Polity Descriptions: 1105[edit]

Synopses of the polities found within the sector:

  1. Alleg: CsIm: "Client state, Third Imperium"
  2. Alleg: KoEm: "Korsumug Empire"
  3. Alleg: KoPm: "Percavid Marches"
  4. Alleg: KPel: "Kingdom of Peladon"
  5. Alleg: NaHu: "Non-Aligned, Human-dominated"
  6. Alleg: NaXX: "Non-Aligned, unclaimed"
  7. Alleg: TrCo: "Trooles Confederation"

Military Forces: 1105[edit]

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Subsector Listing: 1105[edit]

The following subsectors can be found within this sector:

  1. Subsector A: Alpha Subsector
  2. Subsector B: Festab Subsector
  3. Subsector C: Monway Subsector
  4. Subsector D: Banderhue Subsector
  5. Subsector E: Evalren Subsector
  6. Subsector F: Corelian Subsector
  7. Subsector G: Phoenix Subsector
  8. Subsector H: Sibigil Subsector
  9. Subsector I: Anguilla Subsector
  10. Subsector J: Persiphus Subsector
  11. Subsector K: Ventura Subsector
  12. Subsector L: Duhamel Subsector
  13. Subsector M: Trasfalca Subsector
  14. Subsector N: Borealis Kantel Subsector
  15. Subsector O: Jauhaux Subsector
  16. Subsector P: Bengalaz Subsector

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  1. Marc Miller. T5 Core Rules (Far Future Enterprises, 2013), Interior back cover (T5.00 Hardback).