• Jason Dietzel

Galaxy Tour: Outer Rim: Corporate Sector


Abo Dreth System (S-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Abo Dreth

Abo Dreth was a terrestrial, arid world, teeming with glistening silver lakes and rivers and a nitrogen-based atmosphere. A minor world in the sector, Abo Dreth was aligned with the Corporate Sector Authority.


Atchorb System (S-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Atchorb

Atchorb was a minor trade world in the Corporate Sector Authority, seeing a boom in its economics when the CSA used it as a military supply point for its endeavors into Wild Space.


Ban-Satir System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ban-Satir II

Ban-Satir was a remote world that aligned with the Galactic Empire during the Galactic Civil War.


Biewa System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Biewa

Biewa was a minor industrial world, used by the Corporate Sector Authority as the headquarters of one of its fleets.


Bonadan System (S-3)

· Sun/Star: Bonadan

· Orbits:

o Bonadan B

§ one unnamed moon/satellite

o Bonadan C

o Bonadan D

§ two unnamed moons/satellites

o Roonadan

§ one unnamed moon/satellites

o Bonadan F

§ 12 unnamed moons/satellites

o Bonadan G

§ six unnamed moons/satellites

o Bonadan H

Sometimes referenced with a letter to denote their orbital position, all but Roonadan and Bonadan D were uninhabited worlds: Bonadan B being a seared rock, Bonadan C having a runaway greenhouse gas climate, Bonadans F & G being gas giants, and Bonadan H being an icy rock. The system did contain an asteroid field denoted in the “A” oribital position, which may have been a developing planet at some point in the system’s history.


A heavily industrialized, polluted world, having its resources and landscapes eroded, Bonadan D was the sector capital. Bonadan’s society grew to become a major world in the Galactic Republic by the time of 4,000 BBY, serving as its chief armor and weapons manufacturer. Bonadan remained in the Republic until officially joining the Corporate Sector Authority in 480 BBY, which acted as a client state for both the Republic and subsequent Empire.


Despite being urbanized and industrialized, like Bonadan, Roonadan’s ecosystem wasn’t as eroded as its neightbor, its denizens finding a better way for industrialization to coexist in harmony with nature. Likewise, Roonadan wasn’t as strict with its laws governing its citizens. Roonadan shared a similar history as its neighbor, joining the CSA in 480 BBY. However, come the time of the Second Galactic Civil War between the Galactic Alliance and the Confederation, Roonadan aligned with the Corellians.


Craci System (R-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Craci

Craci was a minor world utilized as a regional trade hub for the Corporate Sector Authority.


D’ian System (S-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o D’ian

A remote, swampy world, D’ian became a thriving merchant hub in 19 BBY when it joined the Corporate Sector Authority following the governmental body’s expansion in the region.


Daermor System (S-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Daermor

Daermor was a remote planet that saw little galactic traffic.


Davirien System (R-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Davirien

Davirien was a minor jungle world aligned with the Corporate Sector Authority. Duing the Galactic Civil War, the planet was used as a cooperation effort between the CSA and the Empire.


Deltooine System (S-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Deltooine

Deltooine was a minor planet in the system, serving as a military outpost for the Corporate Sector Authority.


Dostra System (S-3)

· Sun/Star: Dostra Major

· Orbits:

o Mos

o Colsa

§ one unnamed moon/satellite

o Tol

o Brosi

§ one unnamed moon/satellite

o Thosa

§ two unnamed moons/satellites

The three innermost planets – Mos, Colsa, and Tol – were uninhabited seared, molten worlds, as was the case with the outermost planet Thosa. Brosi was the only inhabited planet in the system, being the homeworld of the near-human Brosin species. The planet was a minor world in the system, having lush forests, mountain ranges adorned with elegant waterfalls, and an abundance of natural resources.


By the time of the Galactic Civil War, Brosi was under Corporate Sector Authority control, with resistance groups battling CSA extraction attempts excavate their natural resources. Though sharing a similar reaction with the Rebel Alliance and their war against the Empire, the two groups saw each other as threats, disagreeing with their tactics.


Drog System (R-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o four unnamed planets (presumably Drog I, III-V)

o Drog II

o Drog VI

Drog II was a Corporate Sector Authority world that saw little galactic traffic. Drog VI, on the other hand, was a minor world within the CSA, utilized as a local trade hub and a big game hunting location.


Duroon System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Duroon

Duroon was a vibrant, jungle world with volcanic rock formations. Duroon was discovered, though neutral, by the time of the Cold War between the Republic and Sith Empire, circa 3,653 BBY. By the time of 480 BBY, Duroon came under the control of the Corporate Sector Authority, utilizing the world as a military base to ward of smuggling in the region. During the Clone Wars, Duroon aligned with the Separatists, though returned to CSA control following their defeat in the Clone Wars. During the Second Galactic Civil War, circa 40 ABY, Duroon sided with the Confederation.


Erysthes System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Erysthes

Erysthes was a remote planet of marshes and swamps. Erythes joined the Corporate Sector Authority in the waning centuries of the Galactic Republic, and during the Second Galactic Civil War, aligned with the Confederation.


Etti System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o three unnamed planets (presumably Etti I-III)

o Etti IV

o Etti V

A humid, stormy planet of marshes, plaines, and shallow seas, Etti IV was the adopted homeworld of the blue-skinned near-human Etti species, who settled the planet circa 20,000 BBY. Etti IV would become a major planet, competing with Bonadan as the region’s primary hub for the galaxy. In 480 BBY, Etti IV would solidify its position as a major galactic hub when it became the capital of the Corporate Sector Authority.


During the Galactic Civil War, the Corporate Sector Authority helped relocate the Etti people to Etti V, preventing any non-CSA traffic from traveling to the planet, though their motives for completing such a task remain unclear. Later, during the Second Galactic Civil War, the system would side with the Confederation.


Fether System (S-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Fether

Fether was a minor agricultural world that supplied goods to other systems in the sector.


Galleefryn System (S-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Galleefryn II

Galleefryn II was a jungle world that saw a minor skirmish between the Galactic Empire and Rebel Alliance during the Galactic Civil War, despite the system being primarily controlled by the Corporate Sector Authority.


Gaurick System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Gaurick

An alpine world originally discovered in the centuries prior to the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the “True” Sith Empire, the planet came under control of a local religious cult come the time of the Galactic Civil War.


Hiit System (S-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Maal

§ Hiit

Maal was an uninhabitable gas giant; however, its moon, Hiit, was the homeworld of the avian Hiitian species, despite it being a desolate moon. The system was loosely affiliated with the Corporate Sector Authority.


Issagra System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Issagra

Little is known about the planet, its main point of interest being a space station focused on trade and gambling.


Jerrist System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Jerrist VI

A mining and manufacturing world for the Corporate Sector Authority, the system was quarantined following a plague outbreak.


Kail System (R-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Kail

Kail was a remote planet aligned with the Corporate Sector Authority.


Kalla System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Kalla VII

Kalla VII was a minor planet in the system, and despite being a Corporate Sector Authority world, was the site of contention between the Galactic Empire and Rebel Alliance during the Galactic Civil War. Years later, during the Second Galactic Civil War, Kalla VII aligned with Corellia’s Confederation.


Kir System (S-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Kir

Kir was a minor world in the Corporate Sector Authority, utilized for mineral extraction and mining.


Knolstee System (R-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Knolstee

A newly developed system come the time of the Galactic Civil War, Knolstee was utilized by the Corporate Sector Authority for its tourism industry, allowing luxury cruises to establish orbital and planet-side resorts for travelers.


Kumasi System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: Kumasi

· Orbits:

o Ammuud

Originally settled in 10,000 BBY by seven colony ships, Ammuud developed a feudal structure for most of its history. The seven clans, based on the seven ships, exchanged disputes for millennium until they signed a nominal peace accord around 100 ABY to align their alpine world with the Corporate Sector Authority. Despite the pact, minor disputes still arose between the rival clans’ lords.


Lucaya System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: Lucaya

· Orbits:

o three unnamed planets

o Ession

§ Ession’s Moon

A major industrial world in the sector, Ession was a key system in the Corporate Sector Authority and managed to stay neutral in the Galactic Civil War, despite a battle between Rebel and Imperial forces occurring near its moon. During the Second Galactic Civil War, Ession aligned with Corellia’s Confederation.


Lythos System (S-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o eight unnamed worlds (presumably Lythos II-V, X-XIII)

o Lythos I

o Lythos VI

o Lythos VII

o Lythos VIII

o Lythos IX

o Lythos XIV

Little is known about the eight unnamed worlds in the system, while Lythos I was a tidally locked world that was utilized for mining on its night-locked hemisphere. Conversely, Lythos XIV was an arctic world with supersonic worlds. Led by Lythos IX, the other four named worlds were minor agriworlds for the Galactic Republic prior to the formation of the Corporate Sector Authority.


Mall’ordian System (R-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Mall’ordian

Renowned for its vast crystalline forests, Mall’ordian was a Republic tourist world until the planet came under jurisdiction of the Corporate Sector Authority, who desired to mine the crystal resources. The system briefly came under control of warlord Zsinj’s faction, before returning to the CSA. During the Second Galactic Civil War, Mall’ordian aligned with Corellia’s Confederation. Circa 130 ABY, Darth Krayt’s Sith Empire ruled the planet.


Maryo System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Maryo

A frontier world, Maryo was used by the Corporate Sector Authority as a retreat world for hunting expeditions.


Matra System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Matra VI

Despite being a remote planet in the sector, Matra VI became a successful, minor industrial world in the Corporate Sector Authority. The planet fully became affiliated with the CSA with the rise of the Galactic Empire, acting as a haven for non-human species fleeing persecution under the xenophobic Imperials.


Media System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Media

Media was a minor industrial world in the Corporate Sector Authority, its industry specializing in light accessories like repulsorlift systems and parts.


Ninn System (R-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ninn

A small planet that remained neutral throughout most of galactic history, Ninn eventually came under Corporate Sector Authority jurisdiction when the sector was expanded during the waning decades of the Galactic Republic.


Ocsin System (S-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ocsin

Originally a colony world to a species of near humans by the same name, Ocsin remained neutral for most of its history, only joining the Corporate Sector Authority circa 2 BBY.


Orron System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Orron III

§ three unnamed moons/satellites

Orron III was a minor agriworld aligned with the Corporate Sector Authority in the waning decades of the Republic.


Oslumpex System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Oslumpex V

A major trade world for the Corporate Sector Authority, Oslumpex V housed the CSA’s largest array of shipyards.


R’alla System (S-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o R’alla

A local agricultural and mineral extraction world, R’alla was lush planet of mountain ranges, forests, savannahs, and waterfalls. R’alla was primarily utilized as the Corporate Sector Authority’s media headquarters.


Rampa System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Rampa II

Rampa II was a heavily industrialized world, rendering its landscape barren and desolate, its manufacturing factories used by the Corporate Sector Authority as labor camps for prisoners.


Reltooine System (R-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Reltooine

§ at least three unnamed moons/satellites

A gas giant, Reltooine’s moons served as tourist locations for travelers to view the moons’ seismic activity. The Corporate Sector Authority provided defense for the system via Eclipse Station, managed by a wealthy family.


Rinagom System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Rinagom

Rinagom was a remote planet on the edges of the sector and the Outer Rim Territories. The Corporate Sector Authority utilized the world as a crop harvesting facility.


Saclas System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Saclas

Saclas was a remote barren world utilized by the Corporate Sector Authority as a local trade port.


Saffalore System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Saffalore

Saffalore was a remote temperate world of forests and grasslands, its economy slowly being developed by the Corporate Sector Authority. During the Galactic Civil War, Saffalore remained neutral, despite the Corporate Sector Authority nominally supporting the Galactic Empire.


Thandon Cluster (S-3)

The Thandon Cluster was a celestial body of developing star systems. The only mature, inhabitable star system in the edges of the cluster was the Dostra System.


Tirsa System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Tirsa

Charted some time prior to the Galactic War, circa 3,643 BBY, Tirsa came under Corporate Sector Authority jurisdiction come the Galactic Civil War, industrializing the former agricultural world.


Tothis System (S-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Tothis

Tothis was a minor industrial world in the Corporate Sector Authority by the time of the Galactic Civil War.


Ulicia System (S-3)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ulicia

Ulicia was a minor industrial world in the Corporate Sector Authority. Come the time of the Galactic Civil War, Ulicia’s infrastructure was derelict due to austerity measures by the CSA.


Urdur System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Urdur

Urdur was a remote arctic world controlled by outlaws and mercenary groups.


Vexar System (S-4)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Vexar

§ at least three moons/satellites

Vexar was a remote system, its lone planet being a gas giant and its moons barren rocks barely able to sustain life.

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