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  • Jason Dietzel

Touring the galaxy: The Brema Sector

Anthus System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Anthus

A remote planet, little is recorded about Anthus.

Bortras System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Bortras

A lush world, Bortras was a Republic world until the Galactic Civil War, and home of Jedi Master Jorus C’baoth.

Callos System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Callos

A jungle world that remained neutral into the Galactic Civil War, Callos’ ecosystem was destroyed by the Empire, morphing its landscape into a barren arctic landscape, when it was discovered the Callosians were developing new technology to combat Imperial expansion in the region.

Cmaoli Di System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbit:

o Cmaoli Di

The standard terrestrial world, Cmaoli Di was an Imperial world during the Galactic Civil War.

Drilbia System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Drilbia

Little is known about Drilbia, other than being the main source of Drilbian wine.

Kerig’En System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Kerig’En

A remote planet, little is known about Kerig’En.

Ord Hout System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ord Hout

Originally colonized by Republic citizens as early as 13,000 BBY, Ord Hout was an ordnance/regional depot world that acted as a military outpost for the region.

Ord Ibanna (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ord Ibanna

A Republic world for millennia, Ord Ibanna was a gas giant rich with tibanna gas, extracted from large mining operations floating in the atmosphere. During the Great Galactic War (3,681 – 3,653 BBY), Ord Ibanna was the site of a major battle between Republic and Sith forces, securing the Sith Empire with a key resource for the war.

Following the conflicts between the Galactic Republic and “True” Sith Empire, the planet returned to Republic control for at three millennia, until the rise of the Empire. At least a decade before the Clone Wars, the tibanna mining exhausted, leaving behind only a podracing industry. However, with the rise of the Empire, the planet slipped into obscurity after the Imperials outlawed the sport.

Ord Simres System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ord Simres

Little is recorded about the remote planet.

Sullust System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: Sullust

· Orbits:

o Sullumun

§ eighteen unnamed moons/satellites

o Lununmo

§ 34 unnamed moons/satellites

o Sululluub Asteroid Field

o Sullust

§ Sulon

§ Umnub

o Mumunubb & Mununubb

Sullumun and Lununmo were uninhabitable gas giants orbiting close to their star, while Mumunubb and Mununubb were barren ice worlds that shared the furthest orbit in the system. It is unclear if both planets mutually orbit a central point between the two bodies, or if they are at different positions along the same orbit. Likewise, it is unclear if Sululluub was originally a planet, or if the asteroid field simply never coalesced into one.

Sullust was an arid, volcanic world with a barely breathable atmosphere, toxic to most. Contrarily, Sullust’s subterranean was habitable with a breathable atmosphere and oases of undergound lakes of water, allowing the near-human Sullustan species to evolve on the planet and create massive cities between labyrinths of underground tunnel networks. Though uninhabitable, Sullust’s smaller moon Umnub held a mining operation, until it was stripped a millennia before the Galactic Civil War. Sullust’s larger moon, Sulon, was terrestrial and used primarily for agriculture, though it did have a small manufacturing operation underground. Sulon was the home of Kyle Katarn.

Sullust joined the Republic in the year 5,500 BBY and quickly became a key member in the Outer Rim Territories, with SoroSuub Corporation becoming an integral role in the planet’s manufacturing economy. In 3,996 BBY, Sullust was successfully defended from a Krath invasion during the Great Sith War, however, was occupied by the Sith during the New Sith Wars at least two millennia later.

After the New Sith Wars, Sullust returned as a Republic world until the Clone Wars, when its leadership seceded and joined the Confederation of Independent Systems, remaining a prized Separatists’ stronghold until the end of the world. With the rise of the Empire, Sullust’s leadership supported the Empire, under the sway of corporate interests, angering many Sullustans. Launching an independent rebellion against the Empire, Sullustans occasionally worked with the Rebel Alliance, but it wasn’t until after the Battle of Endor did Sullust openly support the Rebels.

Sullust became a founding member of the New Republic, remaining loyal to the governmental body through its reconstitution into the Galactic Alliance during the Yuuzhan Vong war, until 130 ABY when it came under control of Darth Krayt’s Sith Empire toward the end of the Sith-Imperial War.

Tuerto System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Tuerto

Little is known about Tuerto other than being a Sullustan colony world.



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