• Matt Wilkins

Galaxy Tour: Outer Rim: Chorlian Sector


Baltimn System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Baltimn

Baltimn was a remote world that was a member of the Galactic Republic until its restructuring after the Clone Wars.


Kip System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Kip

Homeworld of a sentient humanoid species by the same name, Kip was a remote swampy world and a member of the Republic until the Clone Wars. Following the war, Kip came under Imperial jurisdiction.


Malachor System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o two unnamed planets (presumably Malachor I & IV)

o Malachor II

o Malachor III

o Malachor V (destroyed)

Originally a world colonized by the Sith Empire, Malachor V was eventually abandoned at some point surrounding the empire’s defeat in the Great Hyperspace War. Sith Emperor Vitiate settled on the planet, creating the Trayus Academy, before further relocating his Sith remnant to Dromund Kaas. Despite being a fertile and hospitable world, Malachor V’s remote location made it more of a location of lore.


For unknown reasons, Malachor V was considered taboo by the Mandalorians. Nonetheless, Malachor V was the site of the final battle of the Mandalorian Wars in 3,960 BBY, where the planet was devastated by a superweapon created by the Republic forces under Revan, reducing the planet to a wasteland of jagged crags and spires. In 3,951 BBY, the planet would finally be destroyed after the Jedi discovered the Sith’s active academy on the broken remains of the planet, and the planet’s connection to the wound in the Force it created.


While the Republic and Jedi focused their attention on Malachor V, the rest of the system went unnoticed. As a result, Sith aligned with Vitiate’s “True” Sith Empire were able to remain in control of Malachor II & III, both of which had similar environments to that of Malachor V’s original landscape.


Nathema System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Nathema

Originally known as Medriaas, Nathema was an agriworld in a remote corner of the old Sith Empire’s territory. Nathema was ruled by the Sith Lord Dramath until his son, Tenebrae, disposed of him and took his place. In honor of his achievement, the leader of the Sith renamed the world Nathema and gifted Tenebrae the title of Lord Vitiate.


Nathema remained neutral during the Great Hyperspace War, avoiding the devastation the rest of the Sith Empire faced. When the Republic genocide against the Sith wasa implemented, Sith fled to Nathema to seek a new beginning. Here, Vitiate consolidated power by wiping out any rivals, using a Sith ritual that left Nathema a dead husk.


Nathema was left nearly abandoned, Vitiate keeping the world a secret from his “True” Sith Empire, utilizing it as an experiment facility for dissidents. Nathema would later become aligned with the Eternal Empire when Vitiate took on the persona of Valkorion. However, once he met his final death, circa 3,630 BBY, the planet revitalized into a landscape of swamps, forests, teeming mountain ranges, and plains, eventually slipping back into obscurity.


Rekkiad System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Rekkiad

A frozen tundra, Rekkiad was ruled by the Sith Lord Dramath the Second. After the fall of the original Sith Empire, the planet was abandoned. Over a millennium later, Rekkiad was the site of a battle between various Mandalorian clans seeking to become the new leaders, following which, the planet once again was abandoned.


Sevari System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: Sevari

· Orbits: none

Sevari was an empty system that saw little galactic traffic.


Sigil System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Sigil

Sigil was a remote world that aligned with the Sith Empire during the Jedi Civil War.


Sluudren System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Sluudren

Homeworld of the reptilian Sludir, Sluudren came under Imperial control during the Galactic Civil War.


Varic System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: Varic

· Orbits: none

Varic was an empty system that saw little galactic traffic.


Vaynai System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Vaynai

Vaynai was primarily an aquatic world, littered with island archipelagos. Remaining neutral throughout galactic history, Vaynai was ruled by corrupt aristrocrats who built the planet’s civilization around tourism.


Zygerria System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Zygerria

o Zygerria Four

Homeworld of the feline humanoid Zygerrians, Zygerria and its planetoid neighbor Zygerria Four were landscaped with mesas, plains, and highlands. Ruled by a cabal of slavers who buildt the system’s economy around the industry, the system aligned with the Separatists to keep the slave markets open following a brief abolition of slavery by Republic and Jedi forces in the decades leading up to the Clone Wars.

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