• Jason Dietzel

Touring the Galaxy: Tharin Sector



Aaron System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Aaron

Aaron was a minor world controlled by a crime family. During the Galactic Civil War, the planet acted as a mining, manufacturing, and research location on behalf of the criminal organization.


Annoo System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Annoo

o Gelefil

Homeworld of the humanoid reptilian Annoo-dat species, Annoo was controlled by the Hutts as early as 4,000 BBY. However, war broke out and the planet was rendered a lifeless wasteland around the year 322 BBY. Before this cataclysmic event, the Annoo-dat were able to relocate to nearby Gelefil, leaving Annoo to the annals of history.


Gelefil was the homeworld of the humanoid amphibious Ret species. When the Annoo-dat species fled their dying world, they conquered Gelefil, renaming it Annoo. Over a few generations, the Ret were assimilated into the Annoo-dat, being referenced as Annoo-dat Blue, while the original Annoo-dat were referenced as Annoo-dat Prime. Throughout its history, Gelefil/Annoo was an agriworld for the Republic, followed by the Empire.


B’nish System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o B’nish

B’nish was a remote world and homeworld of the humanoid B’nishi species.


Bolad System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Bolad

Bolad was a barren, terrestrial astronomical object utilized as a vacation palace for the crime family that controlled Aaron. However, during the Galactic Civil War, the palace was destroyed during internal family disputes.


Carlix’s Folly System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Carlix’s Folly

Carlix’s Folly was a remote world that saw little galactic traffic.


Cog Hive Seven System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits: none

The only orbit in the system was the space station Cog Hive Seven, an orbital prison used for gladiatorial matches between inmates. The facility was funded by investors from the InterGalactic Banking Clan and Galactic Gaming Commission until 33 BBY, when Darth Maul destroyed the space station while on a mission for Darth Sidious.

Dennogra System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Dennogra

Originally known as Tialvai while a member world of Xim’s empire, Dennogra came under Hutt control following the collapse of Xim’s empire. Dennogra remained a Hutt world through the Old Sith Wars and New Sith Wars until they relinquished their claim to it in 52 BBY. During the Clone Wars, the arid world came under Separatist control.


Forlonis Minor System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Forlonis Minor

Forlonis Minor was a remote world that saw little galactic traffic.


Heterkus System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Heterkus

A remote planet, Heterkus was the site of a battle between Rebel and Imperial forces during the Galactic Civil War.


Jexeria System (T-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Jexeria

Jexeria was a remote system that saw little galactic traffic.


Junkfort System (T-8)

· Sun/Star: Kossimur

· Orbits: none

Originally the Kossimur system while under Xim’s control, the empty system was renamed after its giant shadowport, Junkfort Station. The system shifted hands numerous times throughout galactic history, primarily being held by the Hutts for millennia, though the Sith did hold brief control in the final years of the New Sith Wars.


Following the Sith’s defeat in 1,000 BBY, the system returned to Hutt control until the Separatists claimed the shadowport during the Clone Wars. During the Galactic Civil War, Junkfort Station loosely aligned with the Empire, though it still retained its autonomy in its black-market dealings. The Yuuzhan Vong also briefly held control of the system during its war with the galaxy.


Keldimar System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: Keldimar

· Orbits: none

Keldimar was an empty system that saw little galactic traffic.


Kuthic System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Kuthic Worlds

A system situated along a regional trade route, little is known about the planets that make up the Kuthic Worlds.


Marleyvane System (T-8)

· Sun/Star: Marleyvane

· Orbits: none

An empty system, Marleyvane had an Imperial shipyard that manufactured cruisers during the Galactic Civil War.


Moog Mot System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o five unnamed planets (presumably Moog Mot I-V)

o Moog Mot VI

A reddish terrestrial planet, Moog Mot VI was a minor banking world for the Empire during the Galactic Civil War, the Imperial garrison being the target of Rebel hacking and espionage missions.


Nalyd System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Nalyd

An orangish world primarily landscaped with mesas and swamps, Nalyd was the homeworld of the humanoid Nalydians. By 138 ABY, Nalyd was loosely aligned with the Galactic Federation Triumvirate.


Nimat System (T-8)

· Sun/Star: Nimat

· Orbits: none

Nimat was an empty system situated along a regional trade route.


Novor System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: Novor Major

· Orbits:

o Novor Asteroid Field

o Novor 18

o Novor 23

o Novor 33

o 16 unnamed planets (presumably Novor 19-22, 24-32)

Originally housing 33 planets, the innermost seventeen were destroyed, their remains part of the Novor Asteroid Field, when Novor Major expanded into a red giant. Neither Novor 18 or 33 were inhabited, while Novor 23 was the homeworld of the Ry’coz species, and a major financial hub for the sector.


Throughout the system’s history, it came under the jurisdiction of many governments, primarily the Hutt Cartels. The Empire briefly controlled the system during the Galactic Civil War, and Darth Krayt’s Sith Empire briefly held control until its collapse in 137 ABY.


Oovo System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Oovo

§ three unnamed moons/satellites (presumably Oovo I-III)

§ Oovo IV

§ Oovo Asteroid Belt

Oovo was an uninhabitable gas giant, however its moon, Oovo IV, housed a prison for both the Galactic Republic and subsequent Galactic Empire. During the Yuuzhan Vong war, the moon was destroyed by the invading Vong.


Ord Namurt System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ord Namurt

A Republic ordinance/regional depot, Ord Namurt briefly held a small Jedi training academy on the planet until the outbreak of the Clone Wars. With the fall of the Republic, Ord Namurt came under Corporate Alliance control.


Raddan System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: Raddan

· Orbits: none

Raddan was an empty system that saw little galactic traffic.


Sargesso System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: Sargesso

· Orbits:

o Sargesso Asteroids

A lifeless system, Sargesso was the site of an ambush on a Republic vessel, its crew lost, and the starship stolen.


Sunin System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Sunin

Sunin was a remote world that was used by a small smuggling organization as their base of operations.


Tammar System (T-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Tammar

Originally known as Lelrais, the planet was absorbed into Xim’s empire circa 25,130 BBY but remained neutral following its collapse. During the Galactic Civil War, Tammar came under Imperial control before joining the New Republic. Tammar was a desert world with a thin atmosphere and homeworld of the sentient Tammarian species.


Taskeed System (S-7)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Taskeed

Originally called Taskored while under the reign of Xim’s empire, Taskeed was primarily a Hutt world until a couple decades before the Clone Wars, at which point the world came under Separatist control.


Ulkantha System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: Ulkantha

· Orbits:

o Ulkantha Asteroids

A remote system, Ulkantha was the site of an Imperial raid on a small smuggling ring that had a base in the system.


Vartos System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Vartos

§ Vartos’ Moon

A remote planet, Vartos was a lifeless, desolate, world. Its moon housed a small population.


Yoribuunt System (S-8)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Yoribuunt

Yoribuunt was an uninhabitable gas giant, though the system was controlled by Czerka Arms, who used the beauty of the planet’s swirling gases as a stop for tourist on luxury cruises.


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