System of the Day #213 – Polis

Polis
B100989-C Hi HZ In Va Climate= T PBG= 631
Ix= 4 Ex= F8D3 RU= 4680 Cx= 887E
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Polis is a little “speck” of a world, barely large enough to qualify as a planet in most astrographic systems.
While the world itself is tiny, Polis’ impact on the region is anything but. Rated as one of the most important worlds in the region, if not the entire Sector, Polis has grown into one of the most powerful industrial worlds, with its influence being felt far beyond the normal range of its growing trade fleet. Natural resources are very, very plentiful in this system; indeed, this was the primary reason Polis was settled: easy access to many ores, including lanthanum. The system’s  three planetoid belts are being heavily mined, with only the innermost belt showing recent signs of playing out.
Within the last century, another rich lanthanum source was located on the system’s farthest planet (Orbit #12), and that world has been heavily developed since. There are two primary corporations on the world, neither of which gets along with the other. To avoid potential unpleasantries (and having the main government potentially step in), the two groups split that world into two equal parts, with only a common spaceport (and recreation area) shared between them. No weapons are allowed near the spaceport; this step was taken to reduce bloodshed, as there were frequent fights and brawls between off duty/vacationing miners. Independent security personnel (contractors, aka mercenaries) are used to maintain the peace.
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NOTE: These systems, as generated, are generic. Referees will need to modify the system and descriptions to fit their campaign needs.
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System Details
OrbitComponent/NameUWP
P Primary Star K4V
0 StormWorld Y7B0000-0 Tz

1 MD Close Companion Star (No Orbits)
———- Jump Limit ———-

2 POLIS B100989-C Hi In HZ Va 1 Ring
3 LGG Size = R (25) 3 Moons
4 BigWorld YCBA000-0 Fl 2 Moons
5 IceWorld Y632000-0 Fr Po
6 Belt H000442-6 As Ni
7 Belt F000883-8 As Na
8 IceWorld Y373000-0 Fr
9 IceWorld Y7BA000-0 Fl 1 Ring 1 Moon
10 Belt F0007BB-7 As Na
11 RadWorld Y622000-0 Fr Po
12 RadWorld H75457A-6 Fe Ni #Govt = 2 3 Moons
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This is my 213th hand-generated “System of the Day” entry, using the Traveller5 (T5) rules, from Far Future Enterprises. My goal is to publish one random system per day in 2020.
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This world’s name was taken from that great scifi book series, The Dumarest Saga, written by E.C. Tubb, and published from1967 to 2008. I make no claim to this world name; I use it only as an homage to a series which heavily influenced me (and, according to legend, Traveller itself).
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This system was generated by hand, using my new Traveller dice and the Traveller5 (T5) rules set. Feel free to use this system in your own campaigns. Permission is granted to publish these results, as long as the copyrights of Far Future Enterprises are not violated, and no money is charged for them.
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As always, comments and input are appreciated.
KEEP ON TRAVELLING!
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2 thoughts on “System of the Day #213 – Polis

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    1. Sorry for the delayed response! Your comment/question was labelled as “spam” for some reason, and I just noticed it.
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