WINDHORN Subsector P: Imperial era data as of 001-1120.
Subsector Map - 1120
|Anraeghzuer||2536||B100433-9||Va Ni||603||V7||M5V M5V|
|Aksungue||2537||D782336-3||Ni Lo||124||V7||F7V M0V|
|Gvarsuerokoekh||2632||D7A1114-9||Fl Ni Lo||924||V7||M2V|
|Kuengoeghueng||2637||C696235-8||Ni Lo||921||V7||G4V M8V|
|Ghollerzdhou||2638||D410300-7||C||De Ni Lo||303||V7||M4V|
|Azuenueg||2734||C9A3202-9||Fl Ni Lo||803||V7||K8V M8V|
|Sanroukh||2832||D7A4524-8||C||Fl Ni||711||V7||M1V M1V|
|Aegzksoudz||2837||D300234-7||C||Va Ni Lo||802||V7||M3V|
|Votsorsughzkue||2840||D501200-7||C||Va Ic Ni Lo||524||V7||M5V M8V|
|Lagdhagh||2931||B888531-C||Ag Ni||402||V7||K5V M7V|
|Oekhsove||2932||A889674-C||G||Aq Ni||524||V7||M3 IV|
|Irraghdzaka||2937||C3A0486-A||C||De Ni||302||V7||M3V M8V|
|Khoegzraerraegh||3037||C99A101-6||C||Wa Ni Lo||614||V7||F7 IV|
|Allorrrrerr||3040||D9C4421-7||C||Fl Ni||322||V7||M0 III|
|Aesa||3132||D9A5121-7||Fl Ni Lo||402||V7||K2V M8V|
|Gvolaeghongar||3133||D551521-A||C||Po Ni||803||V7||K4V M7V|
|Koerrtsourz||3134||D676512-7||Ag Ni||924||V7||G6V M5V|
|Tsarzaedz||3136||B6A1234-A||Fl Ni Lo||405||V7||M4V|
|Ekhsksekhs||3140||C520789-7||C||De Po Na||914||V7||M3V|
The Kishadiku Empire was a highly successful nation which could trace
its origins back to 435. After centuries of growth and prosperity, it seemed an
unlikely candidate for collapse. Unfortunately the royal line went astray. The
current monarch, Alluesuenoe IV, lacks the wisdom of his forebears. He is easily
taken in by fads and was summarily swept up by the Oekhsos tirades. From there,
one of his vassals introduced him to Tsaerrgae's philosophy of
Disjunctures. Captivated by the ideas contained therein, he was one of
the founders of the political entity known as the 17th Disjuncture. He
formally decreed that the empire was now a member of that movement and all of
its resources would be brought to bear to achieve Tsaerrgae's vision.
As Alluesuenoe was used to getting his way, dissent was not tolerated. Several ministers resigned, some disappeared. Each was replaced by Disjuncture acolytes. When whole worlds openly rebelled, they were punished severely. Starports were destroyed and cities bombed.
This same policy was applied to neighboring worlds outside the empire that didn't believe the 17th Disjuncture was coming to pass. The Izidou League was subjected to extreme retribution for rebuffing Alluesuenoe's "invitation" to join them. Izidou (2940) itself was bombed with nukes. Its atmosphere now bears a radioactive taint and the survivors forced to rely on the mercy of corsairs. Other member worlds suffered similarly until conceding defeat after the massacre of Izidou.