@SUB-SECTOR: sec_I SECTOR: riftspan # # Trade routes within the subsector # #--------1---------2---------3---------4---------5---------6--- #PlanetName Loc. UPP Code B Notes Z PBG Al LRX * #---------- ---- --------- - --------------- - --- -- --- - Khtyeai 0124 A6455L6-B Ag Ni 202 A8 f Uistihwoa 0630 C7672N9-B Lo Ni 120 As f Teirikh 0722 A5478HC-E T 311 As f
Bases: R = Clan Base T = Tlaukhu Base U = Tlaukhu and Clan Base Allegiance: Na = Non-aligned A0 = Yerlyaruiwo Tlaukhu bloc A1 = Khaukeairl Tlaukhu bloc A2 = Syoisuis Tlaukhu bloc A3 = Tralyeaeawi Tlaukhu bloc A4 = Eakhtiyho Tlaukhu bloc A5 = Hlyueawi Tlaukhu bloc A7 = Ikhtealyo Tlaukhu bloc A8 = Seieakh Tlaukhu bloc A9 = Aokhalte Tlaukhu bloc As = Aslan Wi = Wilds -- = UninhabitedYuhiyah Subsector Notes
The remoteness of the Yuhiyah subsector has protected it from Virus. Unfortunately, this remoteness has also isolated it from Aslan commerce as well. The worlds were given ample notice about the Quarantine and warned that unless they got the annual Virus inspection, they would not be allowed to enter the rest of the Riftspan Reaches Hierate. Still, these Aslan refuse to abandon the worlds claimed by their clans.
Since commercial traffic was almost nil to begin with, worlds in Yuhiyah subsector are used to going out and acquiring their own supplies. When buyers arrive at Trahoheair (1118) they are thoroughly inspected before being allowed access to the starport.
6 parsecs away from Trahoheair, is Teirikh (722), a world with sufficient resources to stay alive despite negligible off-world commerce. 6 parsecs spinward of Teirikh is the Seieakh clan world of Khtyeai (124). The Seieakh of Khtyeai get their off-world supplies from their brethren on Teirikh. Both worlds have made preserving the A rating of their starports a top priority.
9 parsecs (29.34 light years) rimward of both worlds is Uistihwoa (630).
Although technically in this subsector, Uistihwoa dealt with the worlds
in Ftyoauial subsector, which were closer. Once every couple of years, a
ship would visit Teirikh to pick up supplies. The last ship visited in
1165. Radio transmissions continued however. Listening posts have been
able to discern that all but one of the few long range ships Uistihwoa
had have been lost.