The fourth moon of Da Soocha is an interesting an mysterious body. It is one of five orbiting moons of the planet Da Soocha. The moon is one of the larger ones although this is still not giving it a whole lot of credit.
The moon supports a breathable atmosphere with a surprisingly temperate climate. It appears the moon is warmed from its core as well as from its exposure to the system sun. The atmosphere that the moon holds also helps to hold any warmth that the planet may build in.
The mysteries and rumors that surround the moon all relate to the ruins that have been found on the moon. It appears that there has been some manner of settlements on the moon at an undetermined period in the past. The ruins suggest that whatever race was present on the planet was an advanced one. There are buildings that appear to be used as launch platforms for both atmospheric vessels and for planetary launch systems. The buildings were well structured and although none of the systems are currently functioning, they bear traces of having all of the amenities that other denizens of the galaxy enjoy. They appear to have had running water, heat, electricity, and multiple forms of communication established.
The race of people that lived here has long since vanished leaving only the dwellings that they erected to stand as a tribute to their existence. There are no signs pointing to war or even struggles with themselves. There are absolutely no records at all detailing their existence even, let alone their abrupt departure.
The questions abound as to what these people were and why they left. One of the most entertaining ideas is that they were a band of pirates who used this moon as their base of operations. This story is believable for many reasons. The moon is far away enough from the center of the galaxy that it receives little attention from law officials. The other moons in orbit around Da Soocha could help to provide cover for their operations as well as give them places to set up outposts for farther range sensor readings system. It’s location in the outer reaches of the galaxy means that many of the galaxies wealthy citizens would come here exploring in attempts to locate systems and planets that they could name after themselves. Because this space is uncharted and unsecured, if these people were to turn up missing then it would simply be classified as an exploring accident, also these wealthy people were prime suspects because of the luxurious space yachts that they often used on these endeavors. One of the most suspected reasons as to why these people left is that the Hutt Empires have continued to grow and expand. Because of the business interests that the Hutts often partake in the two groups would have eventually led to a serious conflict of interests. As any one who resides close to this sector of space can testify, conflicting with a Hutt’s business interest is often a foolish thing to do. The presence of the Hutt’s could also plead more reason as to the disappearance of any historical records that these people may have kept. The Hutt’s have been known in previous times to remove all records of any people who stood in their way so that their history would look as though they rose to power unchallenged.
The presence of pirates however is often shot down for a few reasons however. First of these reasons is that with them being this far away from the core of the galaxy that it would be very difficult to get rid of any stolen merchandise. Another reason that the speculation is often negated is that the moon itself is pleasant it is not the type of atmosphere that many of the galaxies pirates are known for. Many of the other galaxies bands choose planets or moons that are either so luxuriously that they resemble resorts or they choose locations that are so inhospitable that no others would want to live there in an attempt to serve as a decoy.
Whatever the reason the legends still abound surrounding Da Soocha 4 and the one thing that remains unchanged is that the ruins of the previous inhabitants will more than likely survive to house the next inhabitants.