|Army Size (BEs)||0|
|World Trade Number||0|
|Trade Volume (MCr/year)||0|
|Building Capacity (Tons)||0|
|Port passengers (annual)||0|
Torment has an unbreathably thin atmosphere and very little surface water. The system supports a population of fewer than 10,000 sophonts. This world designated as a Red Zone with an environment, laws, customs, life forms, or other conditions that make it extremely dangerous to visitors. Everyone is forbidden to travel here. There is a habitat or settlement for criminals or exiles from other worlds here. There is a habitat or settlement for criminals or exiles from other worlds here. It is a member of Darrian Confederation in the Darrian Subsector of Spinward Marches Sector. 100% of the world's population is the Minor Human Race Daryen.
Astrography & Planetology
Torment is a member of the Spinward Main.
Torment Monostellar System Star Name Hierarchy Category Mass (Sol) Temp (K) Luminosity (Sol) Torment
Primary Main Sequence 0.489 2800 - 3600 0.04 Unit Diameter Min Distance Hab Zone Jump Shadow M-Drive Limit AU 0.00511 0.01659 0.16 - 0.26 0.511 5.11 Orbit # * * 0 1 6
0721 Torment (Darrian confederation) - Green Zone
Starport: Class 0.
Diameter: 1,504 miles (2,400 km).
Atmosphere: Very thin oxygen-nitrogen.
Government: Hierarchy of criminals.
Control Level: 1.
Tech Level: 5.
World Trade Number: 0.
History & Background (Dossier)
Torment has been under continuous Darrian control since before the Third Frontier War, even during periods when the other three Entopic Worlds where held by the Sword World Confederation. This is because Torment is populated entirely by incorrigible criminals that cannot exist in the tolerant Darrian society. Torment is governed by the criminals themselves, who must mine raw materials to trade for imported food. 
Torment is a prison planet for the most incorrigible of criminals, those whom Darrian psychologists have judged impossible to cure of violent tendencies. It is miserably cold and barren, consisting only of one central village of convicts. They are required to work in mining and industry to pay for the import of enough food to support them. The prison is run by a hierarchy of criminals who demand obedience from their fellow convicts. This obedience has little to do with law and order, as might be expected. They select their own successors before dying.