|No. of Worlds||133|
|Majority Control||Unexplored (NaXX) - 100%|
|Domain||Where The Stars End|
|Imperial Coordinate||56 / -24|
|This sector has sector data|
Meta-History & Background
Wraith Sector is a physically unexplored region. As far as is known, in recent history none of its systems have been visited by starfaring sophonts.
- The systems that lie within the sector have been remotely surveyed and studied as part of the University of Tal Varisa Deep Sky Program.
Wraith Sector is distant region primarily consisting of undeveloped wilderness. It is possible that starfarers, elements of the Cripple Fleet, reached a few of its worlds thousands of years ago.
History & Background
Very little information about Wraith Sector is available. Much of this is tall tales, hearsay, and rumor, often propagated by popular 3V Entertainment shows.
No information yet available.
- Pre-Humaniti Era: unknown. Possible Slaver and Voyagers activity.
- Founding Era: Wraith Sector is named.
- Dark Age: unaffected. The Voyagers are not thought to have been active in the sector.
- Expansion Era: unaffected.
- Early Modern Era: unaffected.
- Post-War Era: unaffected.
- Present Day: data for Wraith Sector is published in the DSP Listing.
Major Historical Events
Some of the important historical events that have affected Wraith Sector include:
- 2255AD Wraith Sector officially named. It had previously been charted by long-range scans performed by vessels the Last Armada.
- 5550AD Star and world data for the sector becomes available with the publication of the DSP Listing.
No polities exist within (or make a claim on any part of) Wraith Sector.
The following astrographic features can be found within Wraith Sector:
Clusters & Traces
Rifts & Voids
Other Astrographic Features
- Basilisk's Eye (1723 Tarchon Sector). The extremely luminous white supergiant primary star of the system, lying around 85 parsecs to rimward-trailing, can be clearly seen from all of the worlds lying within Wraith Sector.
- Demon's Eye (1621 Far Home Sector). The intensely luminous blue supergiant primary star of the system, lying around 150 parsecs to spinward-rimward, can be clearly seen from all of the worlds lying within Wraith Sector.
All of the systems within Wraith Sector have had their stars and major planetary bodies identified and their orbits determined. One world within each system has been nominated as the provisional Mainworld, although this designation may change as more information about the system becomes available.
No capitals have been designated.
The following systems and worlds can be found within this area:
No subsectors within Wraith Sector have been officially named. As such, subsector names are not marked on star charts.
- Unofficially, each subsector is named for the brightest star, an unusual feature, or the most habitable or interesting world lying within its borders.
The practise of naming subsectors was originally adopted to help demark the difference between settled or explored areas (named subsectors) and empty wilderness (unnamed subsectors). However, this has broken down over time, largely due to the influence of popular 3V shows, and some subsectors that have never been visited now bear "official" titles on star charts.
- Subsector A: Marvuda Subsector
- Subsector B: Periphe Subsector
- Subsector C: Aljasach Subsector
- Subsector D: Laxas Subsector
- Subsector E: Salskar Subsector
- Subsector F: Jumarja Subsector
- Subsector G: Orogotha Subsector
- Subsector H: Jarlim Subsector
- Subsector I: Innocence Subsector
- Subsector J: Insovar Subsector
- Subsector K: Seech Subsector
- Subsector L: Phantasm Subsector
- Subsector M: Kezoric Subsector
- Subsector N: Lumine Subsector
- Subsector O: Curmin Subsector
- Subsector P: Voidsedge Subsector
References & Contributors / Sources
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