OTOTHOE

TUGLIKKI Subsector E: 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
113AkoengouthlluenX6973313
D6973466

C
Ni Lo
Ni Lo
125
125
Wi
Vt
G7V
115OtothoeC8448439
A844943D

G

In Hi Cp
315
415
Wi
Vt
K5V
119OrlaegngegX6260000
C6263347

C
Ba
Ni Lo
001
901
--
Vt
M1V
120SatsugzakhX63A237B
C63A5A7B
  Wa Ni Lo
Wa Ni
833
633
Wi
Vt
M4V
212Aeg GzouX5965951
B5965959
  Ag Ni
Ag Ni
204
604
Wi
Vt
F5V M5V
314OengngirrgueX6727312
B672A75C

G

In Hi
B703
103
Wi
Vt
F1 III
317AkhighX5858850
A5858A8B

G
 922
922
Wi
Vt
G0V
414AlldhouzaeD5687466
C5687897
  Ag
Ag
B104
104
Wi
Vt
F4V F9V M5V
419KugoerrX3270000
C3276467
  Ba
Ni
011
211
--
Vt
M2V
512KeradhX4646323
B47497BB

G
Ag Ni
In Hi
904
104
Wi
Vt
G1V
516KhoerghX2260000
C2263457
  Ba
Ni Lo
002
102
--
Vt
M6V M6V
518OvoenX9C20000
B9C26AC7
  Fl Ba
Fl Ni
004
704
--
Vt
M8V
614KerX0000000
B000210A
  As Va Ba
As Va Ni Lo
013
413
--
Vt
M4V
615GhongllazD5543025
B554331A
  Ni Lo
Ni Lo
103
203
Wi
Vt
F1V
617DathkoengX96A7467
B96A746B
  Wa Aq
Wa Aq Ri
B102
102
Wi
Vt
K7V
713DzoghzduX8A40000
A8A4466A
  Fl Ba
Fl Ni O:0714
014
914
--
Vt
M5V M5V
714AeghaeghX4537313
A4538ADB

G
 B701
901
Wi
Vt
F5V
715UeghorslegX5835423
B583524C
  Ni
Ni
202
702
Wi
Vt
G6V
720GvaekhE1404115
C1407779
  De Ni
De
313
613
Wi
Va
F0V
820KuzX0000000
C000526A

C
As Va Ba
As Va Ni
022
522
--
Va
M2V M2V

Otothoe Subsector: The Otothoe Subsector has an estimated population in 1202 of approximately 1.4 billion, a decrease of 92% from its Pre-Collapse population. Akhigh has the highest population (800 million) while Satsugzakh has the highest tech level rating (11). The Darrgouts Subsector (its former name) had an estimated population in 1120 of approximately 17 billion. Its highest population was 10 billion at Oengngirrgue. Otothoe had the highest tech level (13).

Subsector Notes:
TNE:
Being on good terms with the Imperium, and later the Regency, the Thoengling Empire received ample warning of the coming of Virus. At first, Virus' forays into this subsector were thwarted. In 1146, a Vampire fleet overran their defenses and began to infect their ships and bomb their worlds. This Vampire fleet continued to advance through this subsector and into Gvurrdon. The Thoengling Empire suffered greatly and eventually forced to retreat. In 1202 the Thoengling Empire occupies a few worlds in Gvurrdon sector.

The Vargr at Otothoe (115), the subsector capital for the Thoengling Empire, did their best to fight off the advancing Vampire Fleets but eventually fell. They have managed to maintain the best starport in the subsector and a modest TL of 9.

Satsugzakh (120) is something of a miracle. With an atmosphere to thin to support life on the few chunks of rock that rise above the ocean, the Vargr built alot of domed facilities. When word reached here that Virus had finally overrun the Thoengling Empire's forces, one facility sank itself to the ocean floor. It cut off all communications and lowered its power output to minimum levels. Although it may have seemed like an act of cowardice at the time, it proved to be a wise decision. All other facilities were either destroyed by bombardment or became infected and killed their inhabitants. After several months of enduring a "bomb shelter" mentality, the facility's leaders gave permission for the facility to resume "normal" operations. Although the facility remains submerged at all times and the communications system has been intentionally dismantled (personal communications exist but no central system), these Vargr have been able to continue on with their lives. Their low numbers (800+) will eventually require them to leave the security of their ocean depths and return to the forboding depths of space.

It is a wonder that the Collapse at Akhigh (317) was not more catastrophic. Despite falling back to the Stone Age, the population has already rebounded to its Pre-Collapse level of 900 million+ Vargr. The Akhigh society revolves entirely around the production and consumption of food. When they're not sleeping or eating, they're working in the fields, barns, and kitchens for the next meal.

Over 99.9% of the populace died during the drought that followed the Collapse on Gvaekh (720). Unable to rely on water recycling units and moisture condensers, a race to the poles ensued. Those few who have made it, rely on lower tech and natural means of collecting water. So great is the need for water that the recently deceased are even drained of their blood and their flesh consumed. It originally began as cannibalism during the desert migration. It is now part of their religion; a symbol of the struggle of the Vargr against the harshness of their world.