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Touring the Galaxy: Kathol Sector


Aaris System (M-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Aaris III

Aaris III is a tropical world with dense rainforests, mountain ranges and vast oceans. Home of the reptilian Aaris species, their civilization thrived for millennia, however it collapsed in the year 3,643 BBY when a mysterious artifact crashed on the planet. The Aaris turned on one another and eradicated their society. Years later during the Galactic War between the Republic and “True” Sith Empire, the Sith occupied the planet. Come the Galactic Civil War, the Empire occupied Aaris III, however the same fate befell the Imperials when they unearthed the artifact.


Brolsam System (M-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Brolsam

Brolsam was an agriworld that fell under Imperial control during the Galactic Civil War. Only ever numbering about 15 million, most were human and Rodian immigrants. However, this was enough to throw the planet into civil war when Imperial forces fled following New Republic campaigns into the sector in 8 ABY, as some wanted to join the New Republic while others wanted to remain loyal to their Imperial governor turned rogue warlord.


Charis System (M-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Charis

An important industrial world in the sector, Charis was an Imperial stronghold during the Galactic Civil War. However, in 4 ABY, unrest led to a revolt that saw millions murdered by its Imperial governor. Four years later, with the help of the New Republic, dissenters were able to successfully revolt and force the Imperials offworld.


Corjain System (M-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Corjain

Corjain was a mining world, rich in metals and ores, however the atmosphere was extremely poisonous, so settlements had to be built deep underground. During the Galactic Civil War, Bothans set up a secret spy outpost to listen to nearby communications, keeping it hidden from even their New Republic allies.


Galtea System (M-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Galtea (one unnamed moon/satellite)

A sparsely populated world run by trade guilds, the denizens of Galtea remained neutral in galactic affairs. Their economy was split between agriculture and mining, exporting their goods to anyone who could pay. Despite being neutral, the Empire did establish an outpost on the world, but allowed the Galteans autonomy. Rebel ships did stop in the system, however on one occasion, it sparks a battle between them and Imperial forces.


Ivatch System (M-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ivatch

A temperate planet, Ivatch was a small mining world that exported ore and other natural resources to other independent planets in the sector.


Kal’Shebbol System (M-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Kal’Shebbol

Originally settled by escaped Twi’lek slaves less than four centuries before the fall of the Galactic Republic, the moist agrarian world quickly transformed into a regional trade world, making it the sector capital when the Kathol sector joined the Republic.


After the Clone Wars, Kal’Shebbol became an Imperial world until Palpatine’s death in 4 ABY, at which point the Imperial governor seceded the sector and set himself up as a warlord of his newly created fiefdom. The New Republic eventually overthrew the Moff but had to deal with the blowback of anti-human sentiment from years of the Empire’s xenophobic Human High Culture mandate.


Kolatill System (M-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Kolatill

o one unnamed planet

A temperate world with extreme seasonal variations, due to its axial tilt, Kolatill became a regional manufacturer of repulsorcraft, but also bolstered a large agricultural industry. Kolatill remained independent until 2 BBY, when it fell under Imperial rule. However, like much of the rest of the Kathol sector, it briefly was held sway by the rogue Imperial governor before being freed by the New Republic.


Mairne System (M-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Mairne

Little is known about Mairne other than being a mining world, exporting ore and other natural resources.


Oon Tien System (M-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Oon Tien

Primarily an aquatic world scattered with mountain ranges, Oon Tien is the homeworld of the reptiloid Jarell species, who constructed their society around violent city-state monarchies. When humans settled, the Jarell would barter for weapons and technology, sometimes selling their children into indentured servitude. During the Empire’s reign, Oon Tien housed the largest shipyard in the sector and was the last holdout of the rogue Moff Sarne’s forces.


Ott System (M-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o three unnamed planets

o Gandle Ott

A temperate world populated by humans almost six centuries before the fall of the Republic, Gandle Ott was the sector capital until the Kathol sector joined the Republic, making it less significant. However, despite their recession in the sector and galactic economy, Gandle Ott became proudly independent through exporting and importing technology. Following Moff Sarne’s removal from power in the sector, Gandle Ott retained its independence.


Peirs System (M-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Peirs

Peirs was a small mining world providing ore and other natural resources to nearby systems in the sector.


Pembric System (M-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Pembric II

An isolated barren world, Pembric II was improperly terraformed into a massive wetland, unsuitable for agriculture. Eventually it became a haven for criminal organizations, due to its dense asteroid fields. Whether local governments or the Empire, little care was given to the crime lords stationed on the planet, as they attracted much needed credits to the system. Following Imperial rule, the planet came under crime cartel jurisdiction.


Sebiris System (M-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Sebiris

Home to the tribal avian-reptilian Sebiri humanoid species, Sebiris was inhabited at some point by an ancient species, possibly the Rakata, who seeded the planet to develop its humid, lush jungles. Tens of thousands of years later, during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and “True” Sith Empire, circa 3,643 BBY, Sebiris was occupied by the Sith as a research facility.


Come the Galactic Civil War between the Empire and Rebel Alliance, Sebiris was occupied by Imperial forces. Sebiris was one of the planets in the sector briefly held by the renegade Moff Sarne before being liberated by New Republic forces, however it is unclear if Sebiris would join the fledging republic or remained neutral.


Shintel System (M-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o two unnamed planets

o Shintel

A muddy, swampy world of wetlands, little is known about Shintel’s history prior to its occupation by Imperial forces. The system was one of the last to be held by Moff Sarne during his failed power grab and its only population was that of the military outpost utilized by the rouge Moff.


Torize System (M-21)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Torize

A volcanic world with an atmosphere hazardous to most lifeforms without breath masks, Torize became a trade hub for regional route under Imperial occupation. Like other systems in the sector, the Torize system was liberated from the tyrannical rule of the warlord Moff Sarne and the system joined the New Republic thereafter.

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