• Jason Dietzel

Galaxy Tour: Outer Rim: Koradin Sector


Abridon System (J-18)

· Star/Sun: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Abridon

A temperate planet full of mountainous and plains landscapes, Abridon became a world of contention between the Empire and Rebel Alliance. Shortly before the Battle of Endor, Rebel agents were able to get the planet to flip allegiance. Abridon was a regional manufacturer of starships, boasting an elaborate shipyard in the city of Sayan.


Brint-wo System (I-18)

· Star/Sun: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Brint-wo

The only planet in the system, Brint-wo is a ringed, terrestrial planet. A small population allied with the Rebel Alliance settled the remote world, as well as manned a space station known as the Brint-wo Colony. It is unknown if Rebel Hospital space station was also located in the system, but Brint-wo did help transition wounded Rebel soldiers from the Battle of Hoth to the hospital.


Coveway System (I-18)

· Star/Sun: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Coveway

Another remote terrestrial planet, Coveway housed a secret Imperial base. However, the base was overrun by the Rebels after they gained help from a local following his family’s death.


Keskin System (J-18)

· Star/Sun: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Keskin

A vast jungle world located along the Lipsec Run, Keskin was the site of a battle between the Rebel Alliance and Empire. As of 25 ABY, the planet had a maximum population of about ten million denizens.


Kobal’s World System (I-18)

· Star/Sun: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Kobal’s World

Little is known about the planet other than the Empire committing atrocities, killing countless women and children.


Kovor System (I-18)

· Star/Sun: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Kovor

Though a battle was fought between the reconstituted Sith Empire and the Republic during the Galactic War, circa 3,643-3,636 BBY, not much is otherwise known about the planet. It seems to have a crystalized ice field around it, and a lavender landscape.


Lipsec System (I-18)

· Star/Sun: unnamed

· Orbits: unknown

It is not specified if the Lipsec system houses any planetary orbits; however, as of 25 ABY, it listed at most ten million inhabitants.


Ostor System (I-18)

· Star/Sun: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ostor

An arid world defined by its red soil, barren canyons and wind-eroded rock formations, Ostor briefly housed one of the last Separatists holdouts following the Clone Wars, before it was wiped out by the Empire.


Port Jerrell (J-18)

· Star/Sun: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Port Jerrell

The only planet in the remote system, Port Jerrell became a smuggler’s haven come the height of the Empire.


Pulassas Minor System (J-18)

· Star/Sun: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Pulassas Minor

Pulassas Minor had a small civilian population that was attacked by the Empire shortly before the Battle of Yavin.


Sump System (I-18)

· Star/Sun: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Sump

Native to the Nuknog species, Sump was a humid world of vast, toxic swamps. Nearly incapable of supporting life, the impoverished nuknogs sold their planet to a consortium of mining corporations. They quickly became slaves, working in horrible conditions for impoverished rations.


Tancon System (J-18)

· Star/Sun: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Tancon

Tancon was a remote planet that housed a Rebel base, though it may have been abandoned after the Battle of Yavin.


Tegrat System (J-18)

· Star/Sun: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Tegrat

Tegrat had a small population, most of whom fled to nearby Tatooine, before Imperials invaded looking for rebels.


Varlinaar System (J-18)

· Star/Sun: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Varlinaar

Varlinaar’s primary settlement centered around an Imperial base, which at some point was infiltrated by the Rebel Alliance.


Virgillia System (I-18)

· Star/Sun: unnamed

· Orbits:

o six unnamed planets

o Virgillia 7

The tiny world became a resistance hotbed when the planet’s aristocracy aligned with the Empire. However, since the resistance movement was independent, it did not receive help from the Rebel Alliance, and was eventually put down by Imperial forces.


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