SASHRAKUSHA

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

Subsector Map

Hex Name UWP BS Trade TPPG AL Stellar
2534ZendiisicaX4000000
B4007B9D

N
Va Ba
Va Na
023
423
--
St
F2 III  K6V
2535DesolationX4700000
C470000B
  De Ba
De Lo Ni
001
201
--
St
F7V K8V
2536SorrockX3000000
C30058DA

S
Va Ba
Va Ni
020
420
--
St
G1V
2537NowbeeX5527555
A55277B8
  Po
Po
B723
A823
Wi
St
G4V K2D
2538RiytenX6A20000
D6A23326

S
Fl Ba
Fl Lo Ni
024
224
--
St
M2V
2540RessionX4000000
B400102C

N
Va Ba
Va Lo Ni
023
523
--
St
K4V
2631UmaraagX4698867
C4698CCB

S
C:6
C:6
533
633
Wi
St
F3V G3V
2632SumeszuX1000000
A10035AF

N
Va Ba
Va Lo Ni C:0
010
410
--
St
M0V
2634TantX5734447
A5734309

N
Lo Ni
Lo Ni
301
601
Wi
St
K5V
2636ConnX4726694
B4727B9B

S
NiB102
202
Wi
St
M2V
2640SintosheeX65676C2
E6567794
  Ag
Ag Ri
B603
703
Wi
St
M3V
2733KanorbX47377B4
C473976C
 
Hi In
B224
724
Wi
St
M1V
2735Nart-roftX5758A95
C5758869

S
 B824
924
Wi
St
M3V
2738ViewdayX6733022
C6733246

S
Lo Ni
Lo Ni
401
901
Wi
St
K5V M7V
2740Tatsnank DefuX5612102
B5613489
  Lo Ni
Lo Ni
B422
122
Wi
St
A8V K5D
2831RadicalD5594497
C5595329
  Lo Ni
Ni
510
110
Wi
St
F5V G9V
2833StartingX1300000
C130404A
  De Po Ba
De Po Lo Ni
023
823
--
St
F3V
2836IgudiE5866440
D5866432
  Ag Ni
Ag Ni Ri
B814
914
Wi
St
K0V
2837SepstarD5684887
B568400A

B
Lo Ni
Lo Ni
220
520
Wi
St
G7V
2932Ecktars EcktoX5892335
C589310A

S
Lo Ni
Lo Ni
522
222
Wi
St
G1V
2933SashrakushaXAB40000
AAB487AC

N
Fl Ba
Fl Cp
001
201
--
St
M5V
2934Yull-jettiiD86A0007
B86A100C

N
Wa Lo Ni
Wa Lo Ni
423
123
Wi
St
M9 II  G2V
2935TricksterX1200000
C120555E
  De Po Ba
De Po Ni
024
824
--
St
G2 III
2937HendrickX3200000
C3203429
  De Po Ba
De Po Lo Ni Rs
014
814
--
St
M0V
2940UnitedX66A6314
E66A6967
  Wa Ni
Wa Ni Ri
B110
210
Wi
St
F7V M9D
3032StagersX4462015
C4432008
  Lo Ni
Po Lo Ni
424
924
Wi
St
F7V
3033Sinist IIIX3260000
E3262385
  Ba
Lo Ni
010
810
--
St
M3V K7V
3036DialreckD5858CF5
B5858966
N
N

Ri
B710
710
Wi
St
G7V M0D
3038Yur Hur GedX2110000
E2117569
  Ic Ba
Ic Na
020
620
--
St
M5V K5D
3039PrefosteredX4200000
C420432C

S
De Po Ba
De Po Lo Ni
024
324
--
St
F1V
3040ShishashuX3120000
A312200D

N
Ic Ba
Ic Lo Ni
022
522
--
St
A6V
3131XapoqozX8537772
E8537242
  Po
Po
B401
401
Wi
St
M1V K8V K8V
3132UnikeejafE7685564
D7685405
  Ag Ni
Ag Ni
B102
302
Wi
St
M0V
3135CafadX6665425
E6665546

Ag Ni
Ag Ni
210
410
Wi
St
K9V
3136Wenty-ruuX2010000
A201755C
  Va Ic Ba
Va Ic Na
001
701
--
St
M5V M5D
3137IdanchyE7893227
D7893338
  Lo Ni
Lo Ni
203
403
Wi
St
M6V K4V
3138YighE9996776
D9996536
  Ni
Ni
B520
520
Wi
St
F0V
3139MappehX9977674
A997794D
  Ag
Ag
B724
924
Wi
St
F9V
3140CreadingX66A4473
A66A425C

N
Wa Lo Ni
Wa Ni
301
901
Wi
St
K8V
3231Pink SkyX4745583
C474588A

S
Ag Ni
Ag Ni
101
401
Wi
St
M0V M1V
3232AboveX7260000
A726886E

N
Ba003
403
--
St
M3V
3234SeshotinamX2000000
E2005279
  Va Ba
Va Ni
023
623
--
St
G8 III
3235SharkhaguX3414764
B341464C
  Po Lo Ni
Po Lo Ni
301
801
Wi
St
M5V M9D
3238LeshaX9881002
B9881689

N
Lo Ni
Lo Ni
B122
522
Wi
St
K8V
3240PalamaX5971036
A597100F
  Lo Ni
Lo Ni
301
801
Wi
St
M0V M7D

Sashrakusha Subsector: Sashrakusha Subsector has an estimated population in 1202 of approximately 2.45 billion, a decline of 76% from its PreCollapse population. Its highest population is 823 million at Nart-roft, and its highest tech level is 7 at Umaraag, Tant, Radical, Sepstar, Yull-jettii and Idanchy. The subsector had an estimated population in 1117 of approximately 10.14 billion. Its highest population was 7.37 billion at Kanorb, and its highest tech level was 15 at Sumeszu and Palama.

Subsector Notes:

Before the Collapse, the IISS base at Umaraag (2631) had begun legal proceedings against the Naval base at Sumeszu (2632). Naval medics from nearby Umaraag took 120 chirpers for research purposes from a reserve on Umaraag, where chirpers comprise over 60% of the population. Scout personnel maintained that such action violated the laws protecting the reservation and the chirper's right to live unmolested. Initial ruling in 1114 favored the Navy, and the Scouts subsequently appealed the decision. The policies of the "real Strephon," favoring equal treatment of both natural and artificial sophonts, offered a new source of hope for the IISS. Unfortunately, the onset of the Collapse made the argument a moot point.

Kanorb (2733) has a long history of settlement and fractious politics. Kanorb was a stronghold of Vilani noble houses in the First Imperium; it withdrew from interstellar commerce early in the Rule of Man period. When the Solomani attempted to re-integrate Kanorb by force, the population put up fierce resistance. The Solomani Navy was so overtaxed by the vastness of the Second Imperium that they were never able to muster enough force to fight a conclusive battle with Kanorb. After the Rule of Man fell, several of the Vilani Lords began quarrelling with each other, no longer having a common cause to unite them. The world disintegrated into dozens of squabbling nations in the Long Night. The Third Imperium first re-established trade relations with the nation Eshlepur, on the northern continent. Most of the major powers had resumed interstellar trade before the Collapse, acting independently under sometimes contradictory agreements. Smaller nations had grouped themselves into spheres of influence around superpowers who possessed starports. Languages have diverged sharply from the original Vilani; some fifty dialects are now spoken on the planet. The onslaught of Virus was not kind to Kanorb, whose many competing starports and docked ships were hit hard by Viral infection. Subsequent attacks on the population left no nation untouched and many completely destroyed. The surviving population of the planet live in remote areas, further establishing the fractious character of Kanorb.

The people of Igudi (2836) abandoned most technology during the Long Night. Its climate is quite hospitable to humans, and the inhabitants grew to prefer an essentially pastoral existence. Certain native animals have been domesticated for food and wool. The populace had shown very little inclination to technological advancement since its recontact by the Third Imperium in the first century. Interstellar merchants occasionally visited the world to trade with the locals until the Collapse occurred. Those few comforts of interstellar trade enjoyed by the natives were then lost, and the minimal starport facilities abandoned. In the early days of the Collapse, several Doomslayer-strain Virus ships either intentionally crash-landed on the planet, or unloaded their ordinance into several habitations, lowering the population considerably. In the intervening decades, the Igudans have recovered most of the lost population. Vampire Fleets have, on occasion, raided Igudi for human slave labor, but for the most part, the system is left alone.

On Cafad (3135) a low-tech human population was discovered. The Vilani efforts to integrate the Cafadi humans into their Grand Imperium progressed slowly. The world relapsed into barbarism at the onset of the Long Night. After centuries of contact with the Third Imperium, Cafad had started to re-embrace technology. With the onset of Virus and the Collapse, the Cafadi leaders are now convinced that the Old Ways should be reembraced and technology is once again shunned. The Cafadi are extremely xenophobic and look upon any item of high technology as extremely taboo.

The Corridor sector was first entered at the world Sharkagu (3235) by ships of the Sharurshid merchant company out of Sakin (Vland: 0135). Sharkagu, only 1 jump away, strongly resembled Sakin and the colony there had maintained close relations with the mother planet throughout its history; indeed, it never requested independence throughout the Long Night, and remained a Sakin colony until the Collapse rendered interstellar travel obsolete in the region.

Palama (3240) was colonized only recently before the Collapse, because its resources were not detected until a tech level 15 density survey was made. Its dense, tainted atmosphere made it unattractive to ordinary colonists. The world is a primary target for exploitation by the eager colonists of the Regency.