LEMISH

Corridor Subsector C: New Era data, as of 001-1202 / Imperial era data, as of 001-1120

Subsector Map

Hex Name UWP BS Trade TPPG AL Stellar
1703TyeeX336000-0
C336685-6
  Ba
Ni
013
413
--
Vg
G1 III  M8D
1704MeroldC766627-6
B766684-6
  Ag Ni
Ag Ni Ri
B524
524
Wi
Vg
K1V
1803LyfornX323000-0
B32357B-B
  Po Ba
Po Ni
012
312
--
Vg
M4 III
1808LemishX795535-7
A79568C-D

G
Ag Ni
Ag Ni Cp
401
A101
Wi
Va
M2V M5V
1810MunhofenE443124-7
C443203-8
  Po Ni Lo
Po Ni Lo
523
123
Wi
Na
G7V
1904IghothX333000-0
A333000-C
  Po Ba
Po Ni Lo
023
R023
--
Vg
K9V
1905Dazey's WorldX438000-0
C438220-C
 Ba
Ni Lo
010
510
--
Vg
M3V
1906SuttonX220000-0
B220575-C
  De Po Ba
De Po Ni
015
615
--
Vg
M5 III
1908WeylandX335000-0
B335267-9

G
Ba
Ni Lo
002
302
--
Na
M3V
2003CroftsteinX100000-0
C100403-9
  Va Ba
Va Ni Lo
015
415
--
Na
F3V
2004Egami NivekX654311-4
D654479-7
  Ni Lo
Ni Lo
422
122
Wi
Va
F1V
2006TamilaaX788785-5
B788747-A

G
Ag
Ag Ri
B701
801
Wi
Na
K3 IV  M6D
2009SpectiX7A3000-0
E7A3100-8
  Fl Ba
Fl Ni Lo
022
722
--
Va
F1V
2010DianahE364577-8
C364500-A
  Ag Ni
Ag Ni
321
621
Wi
Va
K8V
2101VicennisX000000-0
B000889-C

C
As Ba
As Na
004
414
--
Va
G9 IV
2102PhomosD662534-0
C662574-4
  Ni
Ni
B214
614
Wi
Va
G7V
2106AngiE24156A-7
D241632-8

H
Po Ni
Po Ni
201
701
Wi
Vh
M0V
2108GinningX631000-0
A6315AF-B

G
Po Ba
Po Ni
023
323
--
Va
G2V
2109AmwazD592344-6
B592333-C

Ni Lo
Ni Lo
210
510
Wi
Va
M1V
2201DouthitC5405A7-6
B540552-7
  De Po Ni
De Po Ni
123
323
Wi
Va
M3V
2202Braden IVX877043-9
A877000-D
  Ni Lo
Ni Lo
201
601
Wi
Na
F4V M1D
2205BrariunX629000-0
B629034-9
  Ba
Ni Lo
001
801
--
Vh
M5V G6V
2206AuroleeX000000-0
B000769-D

G
As Ba
As Na
014
624
--
Vh
A8 IV
2208LuugaX410000-0
B410767-D

H
Ba
Na
022
322
--
Va
G5V K4D
2209VoegrrX47876E-4
B478861-C

G
AgB503
903
Wi
Va
M2V K4D
2303AlfiveX487237-3
B487201-D
  Ni Lo
Ni Lo
101
401
Wi
Vh
K9V
2304Double SunX000000-0
X000403-4
  As Ba
As Ni Lo
011
911
--
Vh
A7V M6D
2306PruughoeX9C7000-0
C9C769E-A
  Fl Ba
Fl Ni
001
301
--
Vh
M2V
2307AkingX200000-0
C200564-A
  Va Ba
Va Ni
001
301
--
Vh
M4V
2403MyathenaX666200-4
A666268-B

Ni Lo
Ni Lo
B113
413
Wi
Vh
M5V
2405GravistaD553868-2
C553879-4

H
Po
Po
B821
921
Wi
Vh
K5V
2409TreediskX120000-0
D120332-B

H
De Po Ba
De Po Ni Lo
001
601
--
Va
M7V M3D

Lemish Subsector: The Lemish Subsector has an estimated population in 1202 of approximately 1.55 billion, a decline of 39% from its Pre-Collapse population. Its highest population is 833.7 million at Gravista, and its highest tech level is 9 at Braden IV. The Lemish Subsector had an estimated population in 1117 of approximately 2.56 billion. Its highest population was 966 million at Gravista, and its highest tech level was 13 at Lemish, Braden IV, Aurolee, Luuga and Alfive.

Subsector Notes:

by Chris Griffen
This backwater subsector benefitted from having several low-tech worlds. Because Virus could not find an adequate conduit through which to wreak destruction on many of these worlds, they did not suffer the fates of their higher tech brethren. Subsequent orbital bombardment and kamikaze crashes into urban centers by Doomslayer Virus strains, however, did their part in reducing population levels. Lemish Subsector remains perhaps irretrievably locked in its dismal state as a little visited or wanted region of interstellar space.

The starport and industrial capacity of Lemish (1808) were severely damaged by Vargr raids during the Rebellion. The planetary governor fervently declared his unwillingness to pay protection money to Vargr corsairs. In retaliation, the Vargr mustered a fleet and sacked the planet, specifically concentrating their attacks on the port and manufacturing complexes. The shipyards were totally destroyed, and the other port facilities were barely functional after the attack. Rebuilding efforts never could effectively get under way with the chaos of the war making it difficult to get much-needed supplies. The onset of the Collapse and subsequent waves of Vampire attacks diminished the population even further and set the Lemishans back even further. The current population survives in the ruins of the old cities and maintains the remnant technology as best they can.

The population of Ighoth (1904) numbered in the tens of thousands until 1117. In that year a mysterious sublight vessel entered the system at high speed, apparently on automatic pilot. Vargr system defense boats boarded the giant derelict, found no cause for alarm, and brought it back to Ighoth. Within a week, contact with Ighoth ceased. Ships jumping into the system encountered orbiting quarantine buoys prohibiting landing. Radio communications went unanswered. EMS scans of the world's surface revealed little or no activity. The logical assumption was that the derelict had carried some sort of virus which evaded local decontamination procedures and wiped out the planet's inhabitants. Shortly thereafter, Imperial authorities declared the Ighoth system off limits for fear of spreading whatever virulent epidemic wiped out the local Vargr.

Print Source:
Lemish and Ginning were referenced in an article in MegaTraveller Journal #2.