• Jason Dietzel

Touring the Galaxy: The Sertar Sector


Arorua System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Arorua

§ at least two moons/satellites

Homeworld of the primitive Blagwahr and short mammalan Moggonite species, Arorua was a remote jungle world that came under control of the Kingdom of the Sith circa 28,000 BBY. Following King Adas’ death, the system slipped into obscurity, receiving little galactic traffic.


Brachi System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Brachi

Brachi was a remote system that saw little galactic traffic.


Curreck System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Curreck

Curreck was a remote world that saw little galactic traffic.


Draflago System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Draflago

Homeworld of the sentient Draflago species, the system was remote and saw little galactic traffic.


Drayberia System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Drayberia

Drayberia was a remote world that saw little galactic traffic.


Elom System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Elom

A barren, cold desert world, Elom was first discovered prior to the Cold War, circa 3,653 BBY. However, first contact was not made with the near-Zabrak Elomin species until 120 BBY, and the mammalian Elom species in 50 BBY. Elom’s membership in the Republic was short lived, coming under Imperial rule following the Clone Wars, and the Elomin forced into slave labor in the ore mines. The two species worked together to undermine the Galactic Empire, aligning with the Rebel Alliance, and eventually became a founding member of the New Republic. During the Yuuzhan Vong War, Elom was attacked by the extragalactic invaders, but their forces were repelled.


Ermi System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ermi

Ermi was a remote planet that exported lightsaber crystals from gem mining. It was speculated the planet’s original inhabitants, a sentient species by the same name, were exterminated in 25,100 BBY by Xim during his empire’s expansion in the region.


Florrum System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Florrum

An arid, desert world landscaped with mountain ranges, Florrum came under Separatist control during the Clone Wars, being the site of a few minor battles between the Republic and CIS.


Kazarak System (S-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Kazarak

Kazarak was a remote system controlled by slavers come the time of the Galactic Civil War.


Kejim System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Kejim

Kejim was a remote, barren, terrestrial world occupied by the Galactic Empire, but abandoned around 0 ABY. Eventually the Imperial laboratory was occupied by the Empire Reborn sect to experiment imbuing people with the Force. The outpost was abandoned a second time following Jedi and Republic forces infiltrating the base.


Lamus System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o unnamed planet

§ Lamus

A remote moon with a forested swath along its equatorial region and deserts capping its poles, Lamus was settled by human colonists some time before the Galactic Civil War.


Ord Dalet System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ord Dalet

Ord Dalet was a minor world in the sector, coming under contention between the Sith Empire and Galactic Republic during the Cold War, circa 3,638 BBY.


Ord Torrenze System (S-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Ord Torrenze

Ord Torrenze was a minor world in the Galactic Republic. During the waning days of the Clone Wars, the planet was the site of an invasion that resulted in a Republic victory.


Qalydon System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Qalydon

Inhabited by the Force tradition Fellowship of Kooroo, Qalydon was a mountainous world that saw minor skirmishes during the Revanite Crisis of 3,637 BBY, New Sith Wars, and the Clone Wars. During the Galactic Civil War, Qalydon was an Imperial world.


Sembla System (S-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Sembla

Originally called Utavurk until it was conquered by Xim’s empire around 25,136 BBY, Sembla was primarily an aquatic world dotted with archipelagos of volcanic islands. Around 20,000 BBY, the planet was charted by galactic explorers and its sentient natives, the amphibious humanoid Vurk, joined the Republic. A minor world in the sector, Sembla avoided the various Republic conflicts through the millennia. Following the Clone Wars, the planet was ruled by the Empire until after 4 ABY, when Imperial forces abandoned the planet. Sembla remained neutral since, evading the devastation of the war against the Yuuzhan Vong.


Sondarr System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Sondarr

Sondarr was a remote world that was controlled by mercenary groups during Galactic Civil War.


Syngia System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Syngia

§ Syngia’s moon

Originally ruled by one of the dark Jedi who founded the Sith Order, Syngia remained part of the Old Sith Empire’s territory until its collapse in 5,000 BBY. Being a remote planet, Syngia became a story of Jedi legend: a place where mutated Sith creatures still lurked.


Tandgor System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Tandgor

Tandgor was a remote system locally known for its gemstone mining.


Tervissis System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Tervissis

Homeworld to the Tervig and Bandie sentient species, the planet remained neutral through most of galactic history as both native species were in constant conflict. However, Tervissis would join the CIS, remaining one of the last Separatist holdouts until about 13 BBY, when the Empire was finally able to subjugate the planet.


Uziel System (R-5)

· Sun/Star: Uziel

· Orbits:

o Zilior

o Vanqor

§ two unnamed moons/satellites

o Typha-Dor

§ TY44

A member of the Republic in the waning days of the government, Vanqor and Typha-Dor were the only inhabited worlds, the former being arid and mountainous, while the later a lush world rich in resources. In 25 BBY, a conflict broke out between the two worlds that required the Republic to send diplomats to broker a peace treaty. Zilior and the moon TY44 were both uninhabitable, Zilior being a seared rock and TY44 a ball of ice.

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