KAEGROGZ

PROVENCE Subsector F: New Era Data as of 001-1202 / Imperial Era Data as of 001-1120.

Subsector Map

HEX World Name UWP BS Trade PPG AL Stellar
911Gveurghak
Ozkhakhstoul
XA6A5596
BA6A668A
 Wa Aq Ni
Wa Aq Ri Ni O:912
B904
104
Wi
Ve
G5V
912OzkhakhX54676A6
A546778C

G
Ag
Ag
715
915
Wi
Ve
F0V
913AnngangX6879784
C6879788

C
Hi
Hi
B712
812
Wi
Ve
G3V
915AthoekhuerrgX5270000
C527211B

C
Ba
Ni Lo
004
904
--
Ve
M0V
916GaentsiroellX9994124
D9994588
  Ni
Ni
B122
322
Wi
Ve
K5V
920AeraerirX6837205
B683720A
   602
602
Wi
Vh
F2V
1012ThursouX5A20000
A5A2974C

G
Fl Ba
Fl In Hi
001
401
--
Ve
K4V
1013LlurangX9884412
C9884006

C
Ni
Ni
B202
502
Wi
Ve
K4V
1020GhakongXA9735A3
BA97423B

G
Ni
Ni
913
113
Wi
Vh
G6V
1111Algoranong
Ouksdzaenouk
X4557562
A4559B9B

G
Ag
Hi
104
304
Wi
Ve
F9V
1112KhoengaenX4714300
B471521C
  Ni
Ni
924
324
Wi
Ve
F4V
1113Aegh RongD6746318
C6746218
  Ag Ni
Ag Ni
324
324
Wi
Ve
K9V
1115OesaevangX99A4034
C99A4877

C
Wa Ni
Wa Ni
323
723
Wi
Ve
F5V
1117KoenalorC8647468
A8647AAA
  Ag
Ag
802
902
Wi
Va
G2 IV
1214KaegrogzX3100000
A3109A6E

G
Va Ba
Va In Hi Cp
003
203
--
Ve
M5V
1217LloedhD97A4447
B97A479A
  Wa Ni
Wa Ni
324
624
Wi
Va
G9V M1V
1314GvighueX8A50000
A8A5999C

G
Fl Ba
Fl In Hi
024
124
--
Ve
M4V
1316Rousurgeks
Igzinghuell
X2737435
A2739DEA

G

In Hi
213
313
Wi
Va
F4V M7V
1317Vifueks
Igzinghuellstoul
D7865347
C78656B8
 Ni
Ni O:1316
B301
501
Wi
Va
F8 III
1413Ueng FakX4514532
B451433A
  Ni
Ni
101
401
Wi
Ve
F3V
1419UerelodzaX5835851
B583522D
  Ni
Ni
B213
613
Wi
Vh
M6 III
1613FoungdaeghzX5475723
B547572B
  Ni
Ni
103
203
Wi
Ve
A4V K5V

Kaegrogz Subsector: The Kaegrogz Subsector has an estimated population in 1202 of approximately 7.2 billion, a decline of 65.9% from its Pre-Collapse population. Anngang has the highest population (7 billion) while Aegh Rong and Koenalor have the highest tech level rating (8). The Kaegrogz subsector had an estimated population in 1120 of approximately 21.2 billion. Its highest population was 8 billion at Anngang. Kaegrogz had the highest tech level (14).

Subsector Notes:
Athoekhuerrg (915) was named after the company that owned it. Although the law level of the world itself was low during the Rebellion, entrance to the world was difficult. A band of corsairs helped to maintain security and limit access. Information about the company and the work they did is difficult to find. Rumors and speculations about the business conducted there range from bioweapons to reverse engineering of Imperial technology. Although the corsair base and all surface structures were destroyed, it is not known whether or not the submerged facilities are still intact. With the corsairs removed, there is nothing to stop an aggressive band of privateers from investigating.

As the corsair outpost at Llurang (1013) began to thrive, it spawned various service industries: Food, Entertainment, Healthcare, Starship Maintenance, etc. Without any central authority to manage operations, equity of services varied considerably and is reflected in the tech level 6 rating for 1120. In some instances, available technology reached 9 and even 10. With Virus eliminating off-world concerns, an effort has been made to organize what's left (not much) and rebuild a more ordered society.

Bewildered by the ruin reaped upon Ghakong (1020) by Virus, the citizenry lost hope. No one could decide what action to take to start the rebuilding process and those few who tried failed miserably. A group calling themselves the Zoloutsitsaekh, offered a plan of renewal but the price would be to turn over the reins of government to them. Having encountered nothing but failure, the people voted (by a 3:1 margin) to be ruled by the Zoloutsitsaekh. Since coming to power, they have curtailed many personal freedoms, including weapon ownership, yet haven't provided anything more than meager infrastructure improvements and the appearance of order. Although they have been strict, the Zoloutsitsaekh have not abused their power.

The naval base at Ouksdzaenouk (1111) was completely surprised by a Vampire fleet that was mostly composed of ships from the Empire (see Kaegrogz below). Unable to muster up a defense fast enough, their forces were either destroyed or infected in less than an hour. The starport and orbital cities were pulverized. Ground cities were bombarded relentlessly. Nothing remained that even remotely resembled civilization. Decades later, the survivors have recovered enough to build towns and small cities but are nowhere near their old tech level (currently a TL of 2). In the spirit of rebuilding the world has been renamed Algoranong.

Koenalor (1116) and Lloedh (1217) were not hit too hard by Virus (For Pre-Collapse history see Igzinghuell below). Granted both worlds had their starports damaged, lost some ships, and had their infrastructure shaken down, but for the most part they're intact. Each world at least has a functioning starport (2 of the 4 in the subsector) and their tech levels (8 & 7 respectively) are such that they're able to maintain spaceflight capable ships. The current dictator on Koenalor, Zoedhae Gvaenglang has instituted several reforms increasing personal freedoms for the people. On Lloedh, the 23 nations agreed to be ruled a single leader whose job is to make sure that cooperation exists on all possible levels between them.

Kaegrogz (1214) was a regional capital for the Empire of Varroerth. Several corsairs were allowed to operate in the area on behalf of Kaegrogz and the other Empire of Varroerth worlds. They teamed up with the Windhorn Alliance for the raids on Corridor. They weren't above attacking other corsairs and the Irrgh Manifest either. As a precursor to expansion for the Empire, naval ships from Kaegrogz began to raid non-empire worlds in the rimward half of the subsector in 1129. In 1135, despite warnings of the coming of Virus, which was scoffed at as being an Imperial hoax, a naval squadron set out for Igzinghuell (1316). They arrived in time to find the world already under bombardment by the world's own navy (see Igzinghuell below). Although hardened warriors themselves, they were nonetheless thrown off guard by this sight. The Empire Builder strain of Virus in control of the Igzinghuell navy quickly grabbed control of the Kaegrogz squadron. With "juicier" targets lying spinward and coreward, the ships were refuelled and sent back to Kaegrogz where they infected the rest of the Kaegrogz navy and nuked the planet.

Igzinghuell (1316) was a world ruled by the Church of the Chosen Ones. They initially enjoyed the support of the people as they truly had the welfare of the people in mind. They reached TL 10 in 1109 and then decided to spread the Word of the Church to others. Their first and only conquest was Vifueks (1317) in 1115 which was renamed Igzinghuellstoul. Pleased by their initial success, they set out to take Lloedh (1217) in 1118. They were defeated by joint Lloedh and Koenalor (1117) forces. This joint force went on to liberate Vifueks and then humble Igzinghuell. The naval base was seriously damaged and the world was bombed from orbit. Rather than finishing the job, the Lloedh-Koenalor task force returned home. The humiliation angered the Church but the High Priest decided that perhaps a path of peace was more appropriate. His popularity waned within the ranks of the Akufar (the name of the body of high level clergy) who wanted revenge. The High Priest was assassinated in 1120 by a bomb planted by the Akufar, who in turn blamed it on terrorists backed by Lloedh and Koenalor. The new High Priest avowed revenge. The Priesthood instituted extreme laws and began a military buildup. Between 1125 - 1126, Igzinghuell's military fought and eventually retook Igzinghuellstoul, whose natives had revolted against the occupational government. From 1129 - 1135, the Igzinghuell navy was forced to defend the homeworld from raiders (see Kaegrogz above), who were hiding within the Empire of Varroerth, while trying to build up their forces to go after Lloedh and Koenalor to exact a revenge that the public was starting to lose interest in. The crushing blow came in 1135 when the entire Igzinghuell navy became infected by an Empire Builder strain of Virus. Those who managed to crawl out of the rubble felt that the Priesthood had angered the gods and were punished. No known members of the Priesthood are believed to have survived. The world has been renamed Rousurgeks in an effort to start anew.

Vifueks (1317): (For pre-Collapse history see Igzinghuell above) Liberated once and for all from Igzinghuell, the coming of Virus turned out to only be a mixed blessing rather than a horrible calamity. There was some damage done to infrastructure and the starport but overall the Vargr of Vifueks weathered Virus quite well. The starport still functions and a limited amount of trade is conducted with its neighbors Lloedh and Koenalor.