WINDHORN Subsector O: Imperial era data as of 001-1120.
Subsector Map - 1120
|Athazurrg||1731||D300345-7||Va Ni Lo||701||Vn||M1V|
|Igvaellrarr||1736||B300551-B||Va Ni M:2||103||Vn||M7V|
|Voenggaks||1738||A775A7B-D||G||Hi In Cp M:0||102||Vn||G5V|
|Kasukfog||1834||A77A646-C||G||Wa Aq Ni||412||Vn||K7V M7V|
|Roetingaz||1840||B530576-D||G||De Po Ni M:0||313||Vn||M0V M1V|
|Gugonru||1932||C3106AA-A||Ni Na||723||Vn||M3V M8V|
|Ourrangaell||1937||D776564-7||Ag Ni||435||Vn||F9V M5V|
|Zourrgsoegh||1938||C000555-C||C||As Va Ni M:1||812||Vn||F7V|
|Zekusgha||2034||D8A9223-8||C||Fl Ni Lo M:3||403||V7||G3V|
|Dzozoell||2038||BA5A544-D||C||Wa Aq Ni M:1||311||Vn||K6V|
|Suthgzu||2040||D544543-6||C||Ag Ni M:0||404||Vn||M2V M2V|
|Ugzoulloe||2232||A743ABA-C||Hi In||113||V7||G2V M2V|
|Dhanguerr||2234||A68A97B-B||G||Wa Hi M:0||211||V7||K7V|
|Ghaezaenraerz||2336||C4A0211-B||C||De Ni Lo||101||V7||G5 IV M7V|
|Llaeghullouk||2435||C200474-8||C||Va Ni M:0||503||V7||M5V D|
The Uekgngig Authority was a small state of jump-1 connected worlds
that formed in the early years of the Third Imperium. The worlds had largely
been abandoned when corsairs harried the Human splinter state that had formed in
the waning days of the Rule of Man. Once corsairs lost interest, vargr
colonists moved in. The close proximity of the worlds made interstellar trade
easy enough that they could keep their capital investments down while working on
growing their economies. Trade agreements led to defensive pacts, which led to
a formal governing agreement, led by Uekgngig (2031), between the worlds.
While individual worlds could govern themselves as they saw fit, it was an authoritarian regime, based on Uekgngig, that called the shots. And if a UA law conflicted with a local law, the UA superseded the local one. Dissent was not tolerated.
When Ngath came calling with plans for a Confederation, the promise of access to more markets and collective security was an offer the UA couldn't refuse. But over the years, the former worlds of the UA found themselves to be net importers more than exporters, and the economy of the region withered. Troubles with the Confederation's trailing neighbor have reversed the flow of money and assets. The Confederation is suspicious of the 17th Disjuncture and has summarily fortified its border.
The Kishadiku Empire was a major trading partner with the Ngath Confederation since the latter's formation. The worlds along the Dhanguerr arm were the main beneficiaries of this relationship so when it was decreed that the empire was joining the 17th Disjuncture, some of these worlds rebelled. They saw no reason to forego the good life they enjoyed and treat their neighbors as enemies.
Nowhere was this attitude more prevalent than on Zekusgha (2034). Being the primary point of contact with the Ngath Confederation, and with few resources of their own, they were economically tied to them. The might of the empire was brought to bear on the world in the harshest of terms. The world was made an example of with the emperor's new zero tolerance policy. Several orbital habitats along with the starport were destroyed, leaving a meager downport for the surviving populace to rely on. Voedzlloer (2335) suffered a similar fate. Other worlds were quick to fall in line after the punishment of this pair was made public.
MT: The Flaming Eye.
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