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  • Jason Dietzel

Touring the Galaxy: Centrality Sector

Antipose System (U-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o ten unnamed orbits (presumably Antipose I-VIII, X, XI)

o Antipose IX (astronomical object)

o Antipose XII

The system was utilized by the casino and entertainment industry as locations for their pleasure yachts to visit along their cruise, garnering Antipose XII as a tourist attraction for its “most violet skies in all the universe.” The system was part of the confederation known as the Centrality, which controlled the sector.

Arleen System (T-8)

· Sun/Star: Arleen

· Orbits: none

Arleen was an empty system, primarily used as a waypoint connecting local and regional trade routes.

Cadma System (T-8)

· Sun/Star: Cadma

· Orbits: none

Named after a nearby sector, Cadma was an empty system used as a waypoint for trade routes.

Dela System (T-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Dela III

Homeworld of the sentient Ulorin species, Dela III was the financial capital for the Centrality.

Dilonexa System (U-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o 22 unnamed planets (presumably Dilonexa I-XXII)

o Dilonexa XXIII

o 17 unnamed planets (presumably Dilonexa XXIV-XL)

A temperate world of massive grasslands and prairies, yet few bodies of water, Dilonexa was used as the primary agriworld for the Centrality, its weather controlled by climate satellites to help bolster its production despite the planet’s scarcity of water. Originally a Republic world, the planet seceded and joined the Centrality roughly a century before the Republic’s collapse.

Douglas System (U-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o two unnamed planets (presumably Douglas I & II)

o Douglas III

Named after a big game hunter, Douglass III was a terrestrial world of oceans, forests, and plains. Housing a small population, the Douglas system was a minor member of the Centrality’s government, being a haven for pirates and black-market traders.

Erilnar System (T-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Erilnar

A lush world of forest and plains, separated by hundreds of thousands of lakes, Erilnar was the capital of the sector and the Centrality. Originally a Republic world, Erilnar would be the focal point for the Centrality’s founding in 3,350 BBY. Come the time of the Galactic Civil War, however, the Centrality was a puppet for the Hutts.

Falko System (U-8)

· Sun/Star: Falko

· Orbits: none

An empty system, Falko was primarily used as a waypoint along trade routes.

Hosrel System (U-8)

· Sun/Star: Hosrel

· Orbits:

o ten unnamed planets (presumably Hosrel I-X)

o Hosrel XI

Primarily a barren world, with few swathes of hospitable land, Hosrel XI housed a Centrality naval research center.

Lekua System (T-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Lekua V

A minor world in the Centrality, Lekua V housed many universities.

Oseon System (T-8)

· Sun/Star: Oseon

· Orbits:

o Oseon VII

o Oseon asteroid belt

Oseon VII was controlled by a family aligned with the Centrality, who utilized the planet as a resort world. Planetoids in the Oseon asteroid belt were also utilized for a variety of endeavors, ranging from mining colonies, wealthy estates, entertainment districts, and criminal enterprises.

Paulking System (U-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o thirteen unnamed planets (presumably Paulking I-XIII)

o Paulking XIV

A remote world in the Centrality, Paulking XIV was an oceanic world known for its exotic aquatic lifeforms.

Rafa System (T-8)

· Sun/Star: Rafa

· Orbits:

o Rafa I

o Rafa II

o Rafa III

o Rafa IV

o Rafa V

§ two unnamed moons/satellites

o Rafa VI

o Rafa VII

o Rafa VIII

o Rafa IX

o Rafa X

o Rafa XI

Little is known about most of the planets in the system, assuming they are uninhabitable gas giants or scorched terrestrial worlds. Rafa III and XI were mining worlds, extracting heavy metals and helium for refining and research, respectively. Rafa V was the homeworld of the ancient Sharu species of humanoids. Around 1,000,000 BBY, the Sharu hid in isolation from the Celestials, transferring their intelligence into crystal life-orchards. The process devolved them into the primitive Toka.

Eventually Rafa V was settled by humans, who exploited the Toka, shipping them to the nearby ice world of Rafa IV as slaves. During the Galactic Civil War, the Rafa system nominally aligned with the Empire, though still part of the Centrality, with Rafa IV as the system’s capital. When the intelligence transference was reversed and the Toka reverted into the Sharu, their enslaved nature sparked a conflict with the humans, destroying the capital city on Rafa IV and the Sharu returning to their homeworld on Rafa V. It is unclear what became of the Sharu in the system.

Renatasia System (U-8)

· Sun/Star: Renatasia

· Orbits:

o two unnamed planets (presumably Renatasia I & II)

o Renatasia III

o Renatasia IV

A remote system in the sparce Open Sea region of the sector, Renatasia III was originally settled in 3.950 BBY as a Republic colony world. Renatasia III would become an agriworld for the Centrality, until it was ravaged in a brutal Imperial occupation during the Galactic Civil War. At some point Renatasia was also colonized as an agriworld.

Ringneldia System (T-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ringneldia II

Ringneldia was an industrial world in the Centrality, situated along a trade route that connected the two halves of the sector together, providing a route around the Open Sea region.

Skillal System (T-8)

· Sun/Star: Skillal

· Orbits: none

An empty system, Skillal was the primary location of manufacturing shipyards for the Centrality Navy.

Trammis System (U-8)

· Sun/Star: Trammis

· Orbits:

o two unnamed planets (presumably Trammis I & II)

o Trammis III

A terrestrial world of savannas, forests, and oceans, Trammis III was a Centrality world until the Galactic Civil War, when the human population aligned with the Empire. The planet was believed to formerly be the Sharu homeworld.

Tund System (U-8)

· Sun/Star: Tund

· Orbits:

o Tund

Originally colonized by the Sith species around 27,700 BBY, Tund was a verdant world of jungles, forests, prairies, and oceans. Nestled in the far reaches of the sector, in the outer reaches of the Open Sea and close to Wild Space of the unknown regions, Tund became a prison world for exiles banished by the ancient Sith species and subsequent Sith Order. Ruled by a heretical Sith cult, Tund held nominal allegiance to the Centrality. In 45 BBY, the Toong species relocated to the planet, however four decades later, after the Clone Wars, Tund was devastated by a biological warhead, which reduced most of the planet to a poisonous wasteland devoid of life.

Ua System (U-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Uaua

A terrestrial world home to the avian Quor’sav species, the system was nominally part of the Centrality until humans started immigrating to the planet, spreading a virus that nearly brought the Quor’sav to extinction. Around 22 BBY, Uaua was forced into a treaty with the Republic, but its fall, it is assumed the planet returned to the Centrality.

Zebitrope System (T-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o six unnamed planets (presumably Zebitrope I-III, V-VII)

o Zebitrope IV

o Zebitrope VIII

Situated as the endpoint of the local hyperspace routes, the Zebitrope system was part of the Centrality, with Zebitrope IV & VIII being terrestrial worlds of savannas, forests, and oceans. Both planets were the main source of a mold used in the production of illegal drugs, which were distributed to other parts of the galaxy by smugglers.

ThonBoka Nebula (U-8)

Home to the sentient manta-like Oswaft interstellar species, the nebula was a collection of gases, interstellar plankton, and other organic molecule that few dared to traverse.



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