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  • Jason Dietzel

Galaxy Tour Outer Rim: Bozhnee Sector

Belsavis System (L-18)

· Sun/Stars: two unnamed

· Orbits:

o six unnamed planets

o Belsavis (three moons/satellites)

Originally the homeworld of the sentient primate Mluki species, Belsavis became a slave world for the Rakatan’s Infinite Empire. Experiencing an ice age in the year 5,000 BBY, Belsavis became a prison world for the Republic, imprisoning Sith Lords and galactic criminals. During the Galactic War (circa 3,640 BBY) between the Republic and reconstituted Sith Empire, Belsavis became the target of a Sith offensive to release the prisoners, gain Rakatan technology, and destroy the base to cause a chain reaction cataclysm to affect nearby systems. The mission was thwarted by Republic and Jedi forces.

Following the Clone Wars and the rise of the Empire, Belsavis was used by Jedi to hide from the purge of Order 66. However, the haven was evacuated when Imperial forces invaded and occupied the planet. With the rise of the New Republic, Belsavis retained its independence, but did ally with the New Republic during its continued war with the Imperial Remnant. A coup attempt to return the planet to Imperial rule was thwarted by Luke Skywalker, Leia Solo and Callista.

Brodogon System (L-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits: none

Presumably named after Brodogon Consortium, the system’s only artificial orbit was the massive Brodogon Consortium space station that acted as the corporation’s headquarters.

Garnib System (L-18)

· Sun/Star: Garnib

· Orbits:

o Garnib

o Hultomo (two unnamed moons/satellites)

o Mastala

o Coomputu (one unnamed moon/satellite)

Home of the amphibious mammal Balinaka species, the planet was originally run by Galactic Crystal Creations, who mined the planet’s crystals. Eventually, Garnib was occupied by the Empire and exported many Balinaka as slaves. Despite it being an arctic world of glaciers and tundras, at least four major cities developed as many species immigrated to Garnib, eventually growing its population to about 100 million. The other planets, Hultomo, Mastala and Coomputu, were barren ice worlds with no known inhabitants or natural resources.

Jankok System (L-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Jankok

Littered with temperate and tropical rainforests, Jankok was home to the felinoid Srrors’tok species.

Ossel System (L-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ossel II

A swampy world with higher-than-normal gravity, Ossel II was the homeworld of the rodent-like Ossan species.

Sibilaar System (L-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Sibilaari homeworld (destroyed)

The Sibilaari’s homeworld suffered a cataclysmic event some time in its recent history, destroying the planet. Luckily, the Sibilaari were a species that had a natural connection to the Force and were able to sense the upcoming cataclysm. They were able to determine the most stable parts of their world and cocoon in them. These chunks were flung out into space and happened toward other habitable planets.

The Noopiths (L-18)

The Noopthis was a stellar phenomenon that hasn’t been investigated. More than likely it is a proto star early in its development.

Greeb-Streebling Cluster (L-18)

Another stellar phenomenon not fully investigated, the cluster is more than likely developing stars and their future systems.

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