• Jason Dietzel

Touring the galaxy: The Seswenna Sector


Adras System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Adras

Adras was an Imperial world during the Galactic Civil War, unsuccessfully holding Sullustan spies shortly before the Battle of Endor.


Agomar System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Agomar

Agomar was a member of the Galactic Republic during the Clone Wars and was briefly occupied by the Separatists.


Averam System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Averam

§ three unnamed moons/satellites

A lush terrestrial world, Averam was under Imperial control during the Galactic Civil War, but openly supported the Rebel Alliance.


Belloria System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Belloria

Little is known about the planet, other than its Belorian Ale alcoholic beverage.


Brintooin System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Brintooin

A standard terrestrial world of woodlands, swamps, deserts, and oceans, Brintooin was fiercely loyal to the Empire during the Galactic Civil War; however, following the defeat of Grand Admiral Thrawn, New Republic diplomats slowly convinced the population to shift allegiance come the end of the war.


Chelleya System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Chelleya (astronomical object)

The lone orbit in the system, Chelleya was the site of a battle between Imperial and Nagai forces in 4 ABY.


Delmaas System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Delmaas

Little is known about the planet, other than it being the home of the Delmaasi pirate group.


Dzass System (M-17)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o three unnamed orbits

o Dzass IV (astronomical object)

An inhabitable astronomical object, Dzass IV was home to a prestigious medical academy.


Eczar System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Eczar (astronomical object)

An inhabitable astronomical object, Eczar housed a bank renowned for attracting questionable clients.


Eriadu System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: Eriadu

· Orbits:

o Muntiadu

o Jaroona

o Erinar

§ one unnamed moon/satellite

o Eriadu

§ one unnamed moon/satellite

o Tarastra

§ seven unnamed moons/satellites

o Kelliadu

Besides Eriadu, all the other planets were uninhabitable: Muntiadu, Jaroona, and Erinar being molten, volcanic worlds, and Tarastra and Kelliadu being a gas giant and a barren ice world, respectively. Eriadu, on the other hand, was a thriving world: capital of the Seswenna Sector, and one of the most prominent planets in the Outer Rim. Its droid technology manufacturing industry had turned Eriadu into a polluted metropolitan, however this had little effect on the planet’s thriving economy.


Eriadu had been thoroughly explored and a Republic member world by the time of the Jedi Civil War, circa 3,959 BBY. During the New Sith Wars, almost two millennia later, Eriadu fell in the territory of the Sith Empire. However, Eriadu resumed its membership in the Republic, including during the Clone Wars, until it was reorganized into the Empire, when it came under control of Grand Moff Tarkin, himself an Eriaduan.


Eriadu became a New Republic world following the Grand Admiral Thrawn’s failed campaign in 9 ABY, and the planet was forced to abolish slavery and adopt environmental controls, which momentarily affected its economy. Eriadu remained allied with the New Republic, and subsequent Galactic Alliance, throughout the Yuuzhan Vong war. Later, Eriadu aligned with Corellia’s Confederation during the Second Galactic Civil War, and eventually fell under Darth Krayt’s Sith Empire.


Lucrusia System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Lucrusia

Little is known about the planet, other than it being home to a creature known as the Lucrusian fengrill.


Luptoom System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Luptoom

Home to a small population of humans, Luptoom became known for being fascinated with unusual fashion design.


Mirnic System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Mirnic

Little is known about Mirnic, other than housing Mirnic University, attended by future Jedi Master Jorus C’baoth.


Orryxia System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Orryxia

Homeworld of the sentient feline Orryxian species, Orryxia was primarily landscaped with woodlands. Both Imperial and Rebel forces occasionally visited the planet, however, the planet remained neutral during the Galactic Civil War.


Parwa System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Parwa

A standard terrestrial world, Parwa was home to the Parwan, a sentient humanoid-cephalopod (squid-like) species.


Patriim System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: Patriim

· Orbits:

o Hockaleg

Barely an inhabitable world of hills and craters, Hockaleg was an Imperial world with a minor human and Rodian population that primarily focused on constructing the Imperial Tarkin Project superweapon prototype for the Eclipse-class star dreadnought.


Phelarion System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Phelarion

An Imperial world, Phelarion was the homeworld of the Motti family, which included Imperial Grand Moff Tarkin and his family. Building their family wealth through a lucrative mining operation, the Mottis were staunch Imperial loyalists, naming its capital city Port Tarkin in honor of the Moff.


Pyolli System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Pyolli

Little is known about the planet, other than being regionally acclaimed for its cuisine dessert, Pyollian cake.


Seswenna System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Seswenna

A gloomy, moist world predominantly covered by a continental climate of rainy bluffs and fjords, Seswanna was the former sector capital. For over 2,500 years, Seswanna served as the main hub for the system in the Galactic Republic. However, shortly before the end of the New Sith Wars, in the year 1,004 BBY, travel along the major trade route shifted in favor of nearby Eriadu.


In the waning years of the Galactic Republic, as the transition to the Empire occurred, so did the transition to the Eriadu occur. Like its neighbor, Seswenna would become a loyal Imperial world, investing in manufacturing and initially being the construction site of the first Death Star. In the wake of the Galactic Civil War, Seswenna would align with the New Republic/Galactic Alliance, Corellia’s Confederation, and eventually Darth Krayt’s Sith Empire.


Spuma System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: unnamed

· Orbits:

o Spuma

A medium sized world landscaped with rainforests, oceans, mountain ranges, jungles, and prairies, Spuma was a key Imperial world, falling under Grand Admiral Harrsk’s jurisdiction.


Uvena System (M-18)

· Sun/Star: Uvena

· Orbits:

o Uvena Prime

o Uvena II

o Uvena III

All three planets in the Uvena system were forested terrestrial worlds, inhabited by the humanoid Shistavanen canine species. Though the local population preferred isolationism, they did loosely align with the various galactic powers throughout history: Galactic Republic, “True” Sith Empire, Galactic Empire, New Republic/Galactic Alliance, Corellia’s Confederation, and Darth Krayt’s Sith Empire, sometimes offering their services as scouts, mercenaries, or bounty hunters.


Moshaw Dark Star (M-18)

· Sun/Star: black hole

· Orbits: unknown

A black hole at the out edge of the Seswenna Sector, little research has been conducted on the astronomical object to determine its origins or if any planets are trapped in its gravitational pull. The only reference outside of this collapsing section of space is the regional swoop gang Dark Star Hellions.

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