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Planet: Clak'Dor VI
Galactic coordinates: (55, -350)
System coordinates: (16, 2)
Planet type: temperate/breathable
Planet size: 12 x 12
Governor: New Republic
Magistrate: Grath Gelenek
Total population: 23,066,221 inhabitants
Hireable Population: 1,000 People
Civilisation level: 4.3500%
Tax level: 5.0000%
Planet income: 2,052,125 credits
Tax income: 102,606 credits
The largest planet in the Colu system capable of supporting life, Clak’Dor VI was another one of the early Bith colonies. Similar to Clak’Dor IV in that it has plenty of grassland and forest to live in, a few caves can also be found. Most notable about Clak’Dor VI compared to other planets in the system is the immense volcanic activity. An entire range of volcanoes can be found on the northern continent, slowly changing the surface of the planet. The volcanoes are even so prevalent in the south that they actually border the lower ice caps of the planets.
Although Clak’Dor VI was one of the earlier colonies, it is amazingly devoid of Bith. When first colonized, there was no where near as much volcanic activity as present day. As is seemingly characteristic of the planets within the Colu system, Clak’Dor VI suffered a minor natural disaster that caused many colonists to rethink living there. Approximately 62 years after settling on the northern continent, several thousand Bith died as the entire mountain range became volcanic. Rescue forces were able to save many, but the once serene reputation of the planet was marred with the tales of death and destruction.
Clak’Dor VI wasn’t even considered during the time of the ‘Evacuation’ period due to the fear that more of the planet would become volcanic. All thought of further colonization was abandoned further when the outbreak on Clak’Dor IV caused the Bith to become suspicious of the system and abandon it. Clak’Dor VI has never supported a full fledged spaceport so trade and travel is very limited, although many of the resources it does gather it sent back to the restoration effort on the Bith homeworld.