IAN

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

Subsector Map

Hex Name UWP BS Trade TPPG AL Stellar
0111ShinkuX879112-6
E879102-8
  Lo Ni
Lo Ni
222
422
Wi
Vf
F9V
0112KiranX35476C-2
A354856-F

G
Ag
Ag Ri
B401
901
Wi
Vf
M0V K5V
0113Aga SugekX9B8000-0
A9B8356-D
  Fl Ba
Fl Lo Ni
001
401
--
Vf
M4V K7V
0115KhikhuushirE676533-2
D676534-4
  Ag Ni
Ag Ni
324
624
Wi
Vf
M0V
0119Ka EtoX615000-0
B615345-D

G
Ic Ba
Ic Lo Ni
002
502
--
Vf
M3V
0213ErluX7C0000-0
B7C0626-8

G
De Ba
De Ni
004
404
--
Vf
M6V
0218LobokD582868-8
C582876-9
 
Ri
335
335
Wi
Vf
G1V
0311JubalX300000-0
X300497-2
  Va Ba
Va Ni
023
823
--
Vf
G8 IV  M8D
0312MuugagenX45346B-3
D453465-9
  Po Lo Ni
Po Ni
201
601
Wi
Vf
K6V
0313YubittyD96A9CG-4
C96A987-7
  Wa Hi
Wa Hi
B832
932
Wi
Vf
K9V
0411DabanX514000-0
C514858-8
  Ic Ba
Ic
002
802
--
Vf
K2V
0416IanX5A8000-0
A5A88BE-C
  Fl Ba
Fl Cp
003
303
--
Vf
M2V
0417IrasumshuX5548CC-4
E554A74-6
 
Hi
701
801
Wi
Vf
M0V
0511Linix' ChaX322000-0
E322578-8
  Po Ba
Po Ni
022
822
--
Vh
M2V
0512Beta RegilisE543559-2
D543567-3

H
Po Ni
Po Ni
314
714
Wi
Vh
M1V
0513KumorleX331000-0
B331758-C

C
Po Ba
Po Na
025
225
--
Vh
K7V
0516RaigaX664532-3
X664532-3
  Ag Ni
Ag Ni
B914
R714
Wi
Va
K8V
0611IkhurX75646A-3
B756532-B
  Lo Ni
Ag Ni
B501
301
Wi
Vh
M0V
0614DywosikX247587-3
C247547-A
  Ag Ni
Ag Ni
321
921
Wi
Na
G5V M8V
0617VomX223000-0
C223578-9

S
Po Ba
Po Ni
002
302
--
Va
F9V
0714TerasX438000-0
B438247-B

N
Ba
Lo Ni
010
410
--
Na
M3V M0D
0815LysioX49456C-2
B494546-9

S
Ag Ni
Ag Ni
B301
901
Wi
Va
M0V
0816Antiquity X223000-0
A223420-C

N
Po Ba
Po Ni An
014
214
--
Na
F6V

Ian Subsector: Ian Subsector has an estimated population in 1202 of approximately 10.05 billion, a decline of 89% from its Pre-Collapse population. Its highest population is 8.94 billion at Yubitty, and its highest tech level is 8 at Lobok. Ian Subsector had an estimated population in 1117 of approximately 94.34 billion. Its highest population was 83.3 billion at Irasumshu, and its highest tech level was 15 at Kiran.

Subsector Notes:

by Chris Griffen
Besides the Massacre of Irasumshu, the populations of Ian Subsector systems have not been too badly damaged. Advanced warning of the coming Vampire Fleets enabled the peoples of this region to make preparations, including the shutdown of all non-essential computer and electronic equipment. Not including Irasumshu, the subsector has only suffered a 16% decline in population since the Rebellion. The complete suppression of interstellar trade and excommunication from civilized space has, however, devastated the economies and progression of Ian Subsector.

The population of Yubitty (0313) suffers under the oppression of an autocratic dictator who took control after the Collapse. The dictator assumed authority under the pretense that his plan to protect the people of the Yubitty system was their only hope for salvation. He has instituted complete authority over the use of technology and maintains it with an iron fist. Simple conveniences like running water and power for electric light are meticulously regulated by the government. Violations of the law are punished severely in all cases. In the last decade, a growing resistance has begun to make steps toward overthrowing the government. Striking from salvaged nomadic sea trawlers, the resistance has proven they are a major thorn in the side of this horribly draconian regime.

When first colonized from Ian in the late 100s, Raiga (0516) had a thin, tainted atmosphere. Volcanoes were broken open to raise the atmosphere density and bacteria were sown to remove the taint from the air. An unforeseen burst of radiation from Raiga's primary caused some of the bacteria to mutate into a deadly strain. While the original taint had been largely removed, the mutated bacteria proved fatal to most human inhabitants. A few developed an immunity. While these "immunes" have grown to a sizeable population, the planet was quarantined to non-natives. The natives cannot leave, either, since they are carriers of the deadly bacteria Lucellia Raigae.

Print Sources:

Yubitty and Muugagen were mentioned in an article in Traveller's Digest #18.
Dywoskik was the site of an adventure in Megatraveller Journal #2.