• Jason Dietzel

touring the galaxy: The Karthakk sector


Fair Hollis System (Q-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Fair Hollis

Fair Hollis was a remote system that saw little galactic travel.


Gorgaria System (Q-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Gorgaria

Gorgaria was a remote planet that received brief attention from the Eternal Empire circa 3,637 BBY.


Hismaul System (Q-16)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Hismaul

Hismaul was a remote system that saw little galactic travel.


Karthakk System (Q-17)

· Sun/Star: Karthakk

· Orbits:

o Lok

§ one unnamed moon/satellite

§ Khons

o Maramere

o Nod Kartha

Lok was an arid world of mountains and deserts, with few bodies of water. Originally ruled by pirates, Lok briefly came under Trade Federation rule in 32 BBY. During the Clone Wars, a pirate group aligned with the Republic, was able to regain control. Lok’s moon, Khons, briefly acted as the headquarters of the pirate group, until they reclaimed Lok before the Galactic Empire came to power. The moon remained in control of the pirate group’s possession.


Maramere was an aquatic world, with a few mountain ranges dotting the seascape. The planet was home to the amphibious species Mere. Prior to the Clone Wars, the Mere allied with the Trade Federation, allowing the conglomerate dominion over their planet. However, with the outbreak of the Clone Wars, the Mere’s allegiance remained with the Republic, helping dispose the Trade Federation’s representative on Maramere.


Like the other planets in the system, Nod Kartha was aligned with the Trade Federation prior to the Clone Wars. With the outbreak of the war, Republic forces worked with the system’s pirate warlord to gain control of the planet, allowing the pirate group to claim the desolate, rocky world.


The system also contained two nebulae in its outer reaches. The Censorious Tempest Nebula was poorly charted due to its intense electrical storms that made expeditions dangerous. The Ruby Nebula, housing three developing stars, interfered with sensors, making it an ideal location to mask fleet movements.


Llanic System (Q-16)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Llanic

Ideally located along trade routes, the terrestrial world took advantage of the underground market, enriching itself off the profits. During the Cold War, Llanic was the site of a skirmish between the Republic and reconstituted Sith Empire. However, the battle had little effect on the planet’s trade. During the Clone Wars, the world switched hands between the Republic and Separatists, before finally coming under Imperial jurisdiction.


Magravia System (Q-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Magravia

A haven for smugglers, Magravia is a world that benefits off the underground production and trade of spice.


Musson System (Q-16)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Musson

Musson was a minor world that joined the fledging New Republic following the Battle of Endor.


Ord Celbus System (Q-16)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ord Celbus

Ord Celbus became a frontier Republic world roughly eleven millennium before the fall of the Republic.


Ragmar Sector (Q-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ragmar V

Ragmar V was a desolate, desert world that came under Separatist control during the Clone Wars. Following Order 66, a skirmish broke out between Jedi and their former clone troopers.


Tarkenia System (Q-17)

· Sun/Star: Sokor

· Orbits:

o Tarkenia

Tarkenia was a remote system, its economy based around the production of an alcoholic beverage.


Zobbera System (Q-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Zobbera

Zobbera is a remote system that saw little galactic traffic.

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