|M5 III M1V|
|Ag Ri Ni|
Ag Ri Ni
|G1V G4V GD|
Va Ni Lo
|Va Ic Ba|
Va Ic Ni
Va Ni Lo
Tsaegag Subsector: The Tsaegag subsector has an estimated population in
1202 of approximately 936 million, a decline of 89% from its Pre-Collapse
population. Oekh Dal has the highest population (600 million) while
Khvhaergvaetsorrgh has the highest tech level rating (10). The Tsaegag subsector
had an estimated population in 1120 of approximately 8.5 billion. Its highest
population was 8 billion at Oekh Dal. Khvhaergvaetsorrgh had the highest tech
A backwater subsector of the Empire of Varroerth, the Tsaegag subsector encountered less Vampire attacks than the average subsector. This was probably due to the low stellar density in the area. While in many cases it only takes one attack to render catastrophic results (Gvoghaellthoe Kugk, Khok Ae, Uedh Kal) some worlds did not suffer greatly (Khvhaergvaetsorrgh, Ugouksnge, Okhdzueg, and Tsaegag).
Khvhaergvaetsorrgh (2501) was one of the worlds that joined Lair (2402) when it seceded from the Empire of Varroerth in 777.
Okhdzueg (2603) and Tsaegag (2604) continue to carry out a small amount of trade with one another. Okhdzueg is an agricultural world while Tsaegag conducts a limited amount of manufacturing. Although a huge market awaits them at Oekh Dal (2706), they are fearful of accidentally encountering a Viral egg.
Uedh Kal (3108), owned by the company of the same name, served as a reverse engineering/research institute. Although only legally permitted to deal with the Empire, the owners realized that a diversified client base was much more preferrable. As such, they traded with regional governors in the Empire as well as cosairs and other interstellar states. Being somewhat remote, they were able to avoid getting hit with Virus for some time. Expecting to be attacked by warships, a much needed supply ship did not receive a thorough inspection. It contained an egg which, when hatched, went right to the environmental controls. Whether or not it is still present is unknown. Its remote location has been an inconvenience to privateers.