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== History & Background (Dossier) ==
 
== History & Background (Dossier) ==
 
183-361 is a classic example of a [[Failing World]]. It suffered massive civilian casualties and emigration as a result of the [[Rebellion]], and continues to exist only because [[Margaret]]'s Domain subsidizes all its life-support costs. The inhabitants mine high grade iron-ore and a fair amount of rare earths.
 
183-361 is a classic example of a [[Failing World]]. It suffered massive civilian casualties and emigration as a result of the [[Rebellion]], and continues to exist only because [[Margaret]]'s Domain subsidizes all its life-support costs. The inhabitants mine high grade iron-ore and a fair amount of rare earths.
 
In pre-[[Collapse]] times, Ashii was an interdicted world shown on star charts only with the designation '''183-361'''. As its [[Tech level|technology]] was pre-computer during the [[Rebellion|Final War]], it has been largely unaffected by the Collapse and still has its same [[population]] and [[tech level]]. Although its inhabitants are humanoid, its language and culture are completely foreign to anything else encountered in the former sphere of {{Imperial}} space.
 
  
 
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