• Jason Dietzel

Touring the Galaxy: Grumani Sector



Alphoresis System (M-19)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Alphoresis

First discovered and settled by Republic explorers as early as 15,000 BBY, Alphoresis was the site of a plague that eradicated every child under the age of eight in 2,132 BBY. The planet received the reputation as a plagued world in the Republic, leading to it being abandoned. During the New Sith Wars, Alphoresis came under control of one of the warlording Sith Lords, once again being believed that its citizens had succumbed to a plague.


Aplooine System (N-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Aplooine

A barren, charcoal ashy world void of an atmosphere, Aplooine was discovered as early as 15,000 BBY. Despite its inhospitable environment, colonists managed to build cities on the peaks of the planet’s various mountain ranges. Aplooine remained a Republic world until the New Sith Wars when it came under Sith control. Following the millennia-long war, the planet returned to the Republic.


However, they were anxious to seek independence from the Republic, so allied with the Separatists during the Clone Wars. Aplooine came under Imperial rule during the Galactic Civil War, remaining part of the Imperial Remnant with the rise of the New Republic. Their galactic alliance became dubious through the war with the Yuuzhan Vong and after. Eventually, Aplooine came under the jurisdiction of Darth Krayt’s “One” Sith Empire.


Aquilaris Minor System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Aquilaris Minor

§ three unnamed moons/satellites

Aquilaris Minor was an aquatic world with sparce tropical islands, arctic fjords, and mountainous archipelagos scattered across the planet. The system joined the Republic less than a century before the re-emergence of the Sith, circa 3,700 BBY. Millennia later, Aquilaris Minor was conquered by the New Sith Order, despite putting up heavy resistance. Following the New Sith Wars, Aquilaris Minor returned to the Republic.


Bylluran System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Byllura

A tropical world of jungles, waterfalls, oceans, and plateaus, Byllura came under Sith rule during the New Sith Wars. Later it would join the Confederation of Independent Systems.


Chelloan System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Chelloa

A temperate world, Chelloa was settled by Republic colonists as an agrarian world. Come the New Sith Wars, the planet was ruled with an iron fist by the Sith, until it was liberated by the Republic at the end of the war.


Fiviune System (N-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Fiviune

Fiviune was a barren, arid world. Considered a “dead” world, it is believed the planet once housed a civilization.


Fostin System (N-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Fostin

§ eight unnamed moons/satellites (presumably Fostin One through Eight)

§ Fostin Nine

Fostin was a blackened, barren world. One of its moons, Fostin Nine, had a small population, which was decimated by a plague during the Republic Dark Ages, just over a millennia before the Clone Wars. During the Clone Wars, the moon was suspected of being a Separatist holdout.


Gallion System (N-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Gallion

Gallion was a rocky, low-gravity world that many lifeforms traveled to in hopes of becoming gigantic in form.


Gazzari System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Gazzari

A volcanic world that was barely inhabitable due to its acidic rain, Gazzari was in Sith space during the New Sith Wars and the site of a major battle between competing Sith Lords.


Greeve System (N-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Greeve

Greeve was an agricultural world with a high gravity. As a result, many on the planet had enhanced strength on planets with a normal gravity, leading them to join armies as mercenaries.


Heptooine System (N-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Heptooine

Historically a Republic world dating back to almost 15,000 BBY, Heptooine fell under Sith control during the New Sith Wars. When the war ended in 1,000 BBY, the system returned to Republic leadership.


Jubalene System (N-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Jubalene

Jubalene was an arid world that acted as a major Sith foundry, operated by slave labor, during the New Sith Wars.


Jutrand System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Jutrand

Like Coruscant, Jutrand was an ecumenopolis dating back millennia in the Republic’s history. During the Hundred-Year Darkness, circa 7,000 BBY, the cityscape was razed. Following the exile of the dark Jedi, Jutrand was rebuilt. Millennia later, during the New Sith Wars, the planet became a major world in the Sith Empire. During the Clone Wars, Jutrand seceded from the Republic to join the Confederacy of Independent Systems.


Kamasto System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Kamasto

Kamasto was an arctic world that remained independent through most of its existence. The planet was home to a religious cult that erupted into an eight-century long war after it suffered a schism. Where Republic diplomatic missions failed, the Sith managed to suppress the conflict during their reign during the New Sith Wars.


Knel’char System (M-17)

· Sun/Star:

o Knel’char I

o Knel’char II

o Knel’char III

· Orbits:

o Darkknell

Knel’char was a triple-star system with one orbiting planet: Darkknell. Despite the primary star dying, with the smaller two stars too weak to support life, Darkknell had a thriving population. The planet was inhabited by many species, crafting large cities amongst the planet’s mountainous landscape. During the New Sith Wars, Darkknell was ruled by one of the warring Sith Lords. A millennia later, it came under Separatist control, followed by Imperial.


Nilash System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o two unnamed planets (presumably Nilash I & II)

o Nilash III

A lush world of forests, jungles, and mountains, Nilash III was the site of an Ithorian anthropological study, discovering the native species on the planet were telepathic. During the New Sith Wars, the Nilash system came under Sith rule. It is unclear if the system joined the Republic following the war’s end, but by the time of the Clone Wars, Nilash III was a Separatist world. During the Galactic Civil War, Nilash was part of the territory of one of the many competing Imperial warlords. Nilash III was one of few worlds to not be affected by the Yuuzhan Vong war.


Obica System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Obica

Little is known about Obica, perhaps being a colony world of the Sullustans.


Oranessan System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Oran-m

o Oranessan

Little is known about Oran-m, however Oranessan was a stormy, mountainous planet used by the Sith during the New Sith Wars as a baradium mining location. The Jedi attempted a strike at the mining operations but incurred heavy casualties. It is unclear of its galactic affiliation following the end of the New Sith Wars.


Phaegon System (N-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o three unnamed planets (presumably Phaegon I, II & IV)

o Phaegon III

§ unspecified unnamed moons/satellites

Little is known about Phaegon III, however its largest moon was discovered to be a major source of Lignan ore by the Sith during the Great Hyperspace War, circa 5,000 BBY. Dark Lord of the Sith Naga Sadow sent two Sith Lords to help transport the Lignan, but their operations were disrupted by a Jedi ambush.


Qi Lozar System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Qi Lozar

Qi Lozar was a desert world that became a haven for hermits and outcasts.


Samhar System (N-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Samhar

Covered in a vast forestscape, Samhar was home to the near-human Samhari species.


Sanrafsix System (N-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Sanrafsix

A heavily populated urban world, Sanrafsix joined the Republic in 12,000 BBY. However, in the waning decades of the New Sith Wars, the world fell victim to a deadly plague that eradicated most of its population. Come the Clone Wars, Sanrafsix fell in Separatist space and subsequently an Imperial world during the Galactic Civil War. It is unclear if the system joined the New Republic following civil war of competing Imperial warlords in 5 ABY.


Sarrassia System (N-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Sarrassia

Circa 3,653 BBY, Sarrassia became engulfed in a religious war that would ravage the planet for about two and a half millennia. This religious feud wouldn’t end until the Sith conquered the planet, intent on mining its Sarrassian ore.


Skarpos System (N-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Skarpos

A stormy world of deserts and barren mesas, Skarpos was the site of contention between warring Sith Lords during the Republic Dark Age era of the New Sith Wars.


Syned System (N-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Syned

Considered relatively new as a system, Syned was first controlled by the Sith during the New Sith Wars. Following that millennium-long war, the system remained independent, until the Galactic Civil War, when the Empire occupied Syned. The planet was a frozen world, with light gravity and a sparce atmosphere. As a result, domed cities cropped up across the tundra by the various species colonizing it.


Tanta Aurek System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: Tanta Aurek

· Orbits:

o Scelepas

Scelepas was a gritty world run by merchants, however their whims soon reduced the population into poverty.


Tanta Besh System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: Tanta Besh

· Orbits: none

Tanta Besh was an empty system with an unstable blue giant pulsating toward a supernova.


Tergamenion System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Tergamenion

Tergamenion was a dark, polluted world that received little light from its star. The system came under control of one of the warring Sith Lords during the Republic Dark Age era of the New Sith Wars.


Tramanos System (N-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o unnamed planet

§ Tramanos

Tramanos was an aquatic world that was colonized by the jellyfish-like Celegian species. During the New Sith Wars, a few Sith visited the moon, however none seem to claim it as part of their territory.


Vanahame System (N-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o unnamed planet

§ Vanahame

Vanahame was a barren moon lacking an atmosphere. During the New Sith Wars, the moon was occupied by a Sith Lord, who set up an orphanage to experiment on orphaned children from his territory.


Vellas Pavo System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Vellas Pavo

A dark, rocky world, Vellas Pavo became a site of contention between warring Sith Lords vying to mine its gadolinium, an element needed for producing superconductors.


Ventruun System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ventruun

Possibly being a Republic world as early as 3,700 BBY, Ventruun was run by merchants. During the New Sith Wars, the Sith occupied the planet and transformed the planet’s economy toward gladiatorial combat.


Whinndor System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Whinndor

Whinndor was a sulfuric world teeming with shallow seas of organic molecules. During the New Sith Wars, rival Sith Lords fought over Whinndor, prompting the Jedi to intervene to protect its fledging organic biodiversity.


Nakrikal Singularity (N-17)

The singularity was a black hole which affected hyperspace navigation in that portion of the sector. During the New Sith Wars, various Sith Lords tried to use the black hole to trap their enemies, to no avail.


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