• Jason Dietzel

Touring the Galaxy: Pheeleem Sector


Alliga System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Alliga

A terrestrial world, Alliga was home to the humanoid Holwuff species. The planet was a member of the Republic until the Clone Wars, when its representatives seceded to join the CIS. Following the war, the system came under Imperial rule.


Colunda Prime System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Colunda Prime

An astronomical object, Colunda Prime had a sizable population to receive representation in the Republic.


Daronak System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Daronak

Daronak was a remote system that saw little galactic traffic.


Elkkasinn System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Elkkasinn

Elkkasinn was a remote system that saw little galactic traffic.


Handooine System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Handooine

Part of Xim’s empire roughly twenty-five millennium before the Clone Wars, Handooine was a member of the Republic, despite being sparcely populated. It remained a Republic world until the rise of the Empire.


Harda System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Harda

Though being a remote system with little traffic, Harda was the source of a deadly virus that affected other worlds.


Jabiim System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: Jabiim

· Orbits:

o Jabiim

A world primarily landscaped by wetlands and lakes, with frequent rainstorms, Jabiim was one of the worlds conquered by Xim during his empire’s expansion. Following the collapse of the empire around 25,096 BBY, Jabiim would remain neutral until about 3,000 BBY, when it joined the Republic; however, the planet was the site of a battle between Sith and Republic forces in 3,643 BBY.


Jabiim felt ignored by the Republic, not receiving aid during various calamities in its history. Come the time of the Clone Wars, Jabiim had little faith in Republic leadership, so seceded to join the Separatist movement after a devastating battle for Republic control of the system left the planet in turmoil.


During the Galactic Civil War, Jabiim came under Imperial subjugation, and most of their population was killed during an Imperial invasion to route Rebel cells. Following the defeat of the Empire, Jabiim would side with Corellia’s Confederation during the Second Galactic Civil War.


Khoan System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Khoan

A remote system, Khoan was home to the amphibious reptilian species of the same name.


Kyryll’s World System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Kyryll’s World

Kyryll’s World was a remote system that was the home of the Pui-ui species, gaining exposure to the wider galaxy around 671 BBY.


Maccent System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Maccent

Maccent was a remote planet that saw little galactic traffic.


Naldar System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Naldar

A minor world in the sector, Naldar was the site of a battle between Rebel and Imperial forces during the Galactic Civil War after the Empire attempted to subjugate the planet in 2 ABY.


Nyasko System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Nyasko

Nyasko was a minor world that came under Imperial control during the Galactic Civil War, housing a garrison.


Talvaria System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Talvaria

Talvaria was a remote system that saw little galactic traffic.


Vunakia System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Vunakia

Vunakia was a minor system in the Galactic Republic.


Zabian System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: Zabian

· Orbits: none

An empty system, Zabian was the site of the amusement park space station known as Hologram Fun World.


Orixon Nebula (S-7)

· Sun/Star: none (destroyed)

· Orbits:

o Kashi (destroyed)

Originally known as the Kashi System, around the year 25,000 BBY, the star went supernova, destroying the system. Prior to the supernova, an isolationist civilization of humans developed on the planet, creating a mystic Force organization known as Guardians of the Breath.


The Sundered Veil (S-7)

The Sundered Veil was an expanse of space between systems in the Phelleem Sector, the location of many territorial battles of the Republic during its early expansionist crusades.

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