• Jason Dietzel

Galaxy Tour: Outer Rim: Kallea Sector


Daimla System (K-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Daimla

Daimla was a terrestrial world, home to the sentient Daimlo: a short, stocky species with thick skullplates and horn on the crown of their heads.


Delrakkin System (K-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Delrakkin

A swampy jungle world most suitable to reptilian life, the planet was the homeworld to the Delrakkin species of sentient reptiles. Delrakkin came under Imperial rule during the Galactic Civil War and eventually the Delrakkin were forced to flee the planet before an Imperial experiment could be carried out on them. Delrakkin was slated to be the original test planet for the first Death Star.


Duhma System (K-20)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Duhma

Duhma is a terrestrial world with extremely dense forests and jungles that make it difficult to colonize.


Imynusoph System (J-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Imynusoph

Home to the sentient Imyni avian species, Imynusoph was originally charted around the year 3,694 BBY – though the sector became fully explored by 3,000 BBY – and was highlighted in an opera about its explorer, Freia Kallea.


Katchan System (K-20)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Katchan

Reminiscent of a world from medieval lore, Katchan is the home of the enigmatic olive-skinned, elf-like Katchani.


Terminus System (K-20)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Terminus

An ecumenopolis like Corsucant and Taris, Terminus sat at the juncture of the Hydian Way and the Corellian Trade Spine, two of the most important galactic trade routes. As a result, it was a regional hub for travelers from all parts of the galaxy, including Wild Space and the Unknown Regions. Come 0 ABY, Terminus was considered to be under Bossato the Hutt’s territory, though the system did see a battle between the Rebel Alliance and Nagai in 4 ABY.


Zi’Dek System (K-20)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits: none

Zi’Dek was an empty system, primarily used as a waypoint for smugglers, like Han Solo, to traverse during runs.

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