• Jason Dietzel

Galaxy Tour Outer Rim: Atravis Sector


Ather System (L-20)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ather

Ather was a manufacturing world with connections to Nar Shaddaa Shipping in Hutt Space.


Atravis System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Atravis

Explored as early as 5,000 BBY, Atravis became aligned with the Confederacy of Independent Systems during the Clone Wars. During the subsequent reign of the Empire, Atravis suffered massive civilian casualties. By the year 25 ABY, the planet only sustained one to ten million residents.


Atterol System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Atterol

A remote system with no information about its planet, Atterol was the site of a battle between the Rebels and Empire during the Galactic Civil War.


Buruunin System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Buruunin

Buruunin was the site of one of many Imperial assaults that led to mass civilian casualties in the sector.


Carreras System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Carreras Major

o Carreras Minor (one unnamed moon/satellite)

Carreras Major was the terrestrial homeworld of the sentient primate species Shifala. Carreras Minor was a ringed gas planet with ice mining platforms on its ringed belt. Come the year 138 ABY, Ania Solo used Carreras Minor’s moon as a location to run her junkyard. In the same year, the Fel Empire, as part of the Galactic Federation Triumvirate, set up the Carreras G51 communications array to connect it to the galaxy-wide communication system.


Dorlo System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Dorlo

During the reign of the Empire, the Dorlo was subjugated by Inquisitor Jerec, despite aid from Jedi Master Qu Rahn.


Esyvam System (L-20)

· Sun/Star: Esyvam

· Orbits: none

Esyvam was a remote, empty system that saw little galactic traffic.


Gon Tiek System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Gon Tiek

During the rise of the Empire, Gon Tiek was the site of a battle that included the 501st Legion elite unit.


Gorbah System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Gorbah

Originally home to a rogue group trying to fight the Empire, the planet was eventually conquered by Imperials.


Heriston System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Heriston

Heriston became a major world for the Empire after they installed a massive refueling and repair facility that included a dry dock that rivaled nearby Imperial worlds like Eriadu. The system also boasted a sizable defense force.


Mustafar System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: Priate

· Orbits:

o Schada

o Jestefad

o Mustafar

o Lefrani

o Rietta (two unnamed moons/satellites)

o unnamed planetoid

Most of the planets in the system were uninhabitable, with Jestefad, Lefrani and Rietta being gas giants, and Schada being a scorched planet too close to Priate to sustain life. In the year 1 ABY, the Empire destroyed the uninhabited icy planetoid at the edge of the system during a weapons test.


The only habitable planet, Mustafar, was originally a lush, forested world home to two sentient species, both known as Mustafarians. The Jedi Order established a Jedi academy on the planet in the year 5,300 BBY. However, the academy was destroyed in the year 3,996 BBY, during the Great Sith War, when Sith attacked the planet, and in the battle, used the Force to pull the nearby gas giants closer to the planet, causing a cataclysmic event that turned the planet into a volcanic hellscape of scorched earth and lava rivers.


The planet in a constant tug between the two gas giants, the Mustafarians were able to survive and continue their civilizations. Following the end of the New Sith Wars, circa 1,000 BBY, Mustafar became home to a dark Jedi group called the Blackguard. The Techno Union came to own the planet come 300 BBY, and it is unknown if the Blackguard aligned with the Separatists during the Clone Wars, but the planet was the site of one of the last battles in the Clone Wars, when Darth Vader slaughtered the remaining Separatist leaders and had his ill-fated duel with his former master, Obi-wan Kenobi.


Mustafar saw a temporary revival of the Separatist movement, as it attempted to fight the Empire for independence. That proved unsuccessful and the planet came under Imperial rule. When the Imperials pulled out following the destruction of the Death Star, Mustafar became a place of lore, with rumors Jedi padawans were traveling to the planet to learn from a phantom of Obi-wan Kenobi. Around the year 11 ABY, a Force-sensitive clone trooper set up a base on Mustafar with hopes of usurping control of the Empire. He was eventually defeated by Luke Skywalker and another clone. Come the rise of Darth Krayt’s One Sith, Mustafar fell under his empire’s control.


Ogoth Tiir System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ogoth Tiir

In 17 BBY, Ogoth Tiir was the site of the final battle between the Separatists and victorious Empire.


Pursin System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Pursin

Pursin is the homeworld of the sentient Pursian species, whom are constantly at war with the Yugami inhabitants.


Rutan System (L-20)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Rutan (one moon/satellite)

§ Senali

Rutan and Senali were home to the Rutanian and Senali offshoot, respectively. After many generations of fighting, both came to a peace accord around the practice of exchanging their first-born children to stave off war. Rutan was briefly attacked by Nagai invaders in 4 ABY, and peace between the two was shattered when they took different sides in the Yuuzhan Vong war. Ultimately, the Vong eradicated the Senali and enslaved the remaining Rutanians.


Shumavar System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Shumavar

A former Separatist world, Nagai invaders briefly ambushed the planet. Come 25 ABY, its population was less than ten million.


Siluria System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Siluria III

Silura III was an under-developed world, with a series of subterranean caves and an Imperial-controlled city.


Tosste System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Tosste

Originally a habitable world, at some point Tosste became an inhospitable rock, killing all life in its vast oceans. Maul would undergo some of his Sith training on Tosste; later it became a Separatist world in the Clone Wars.


Uru System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Uru

Uru was the homeworld of the Oni, a militant species whose females could store static electricity in glands.


Vale System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Vale

A remote world, Vale was the site of a battle between Imperial and Rebel forces during the Galactic Civil War.


Vanan System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Vanan

Vanan was a volcanic world, with a small human population inhabiting its hospitable areas.


Yugami System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Yugami

Yugami is the homeworld of the Yugami species, whom are constantly at war with the people of Pursin.


ZXK-100346 System (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o six unnamed planets (presumably ZXK-100346.1a through .5a)

o ZXK-100346.6a

A remote ice world, the Jedi constructed the Caverns of Light to hide a dark side artifact known as the soulsaber. During the Galactic Civil War, the planet became the site of a battle between a dark Jedi and the Rebel Alliance.


Phosphura Belt Nebula (L-20)

Zirtran’s Anchor was a “station” located in the nebula. It is made up of interconnected ships docked together to form the massive “station.” Its appearance in the nebula is a mystery, having been previously under Imperial control while in the Besberra System. The Phosphura Belt Pirates also stalk the nebula.


Surd Nebula (L-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed (destroyed)

· Orbits:

o Mala

A remote planet settled by bronze age near-humans, Mala came to be protected by a Force-sensitive man who would become Darth Wredd. When the One Sith attacked the world, Mala’s sun was destroyed, thrusting the forested world into the nebula to roam as a rogue planet. Failing as the world’s protector, Wredd joined the One Sith and in 137 ABY, Mala was the site of a massive three-way battle between the One Sith, Fel Empire, and Wredd’s forces.


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