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Planet: Vagran
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The temperate atmosphere and breathable atmosphere make this a very pleasant world to visit. The lack of resources and local population make this planet very wild and uncivilized. There are no moons around the planet leaving the oceans to stay at relatively the same level. The Alpha Team described the planet as, “Beautiful but lacking in resources.” The planet is made up of seventy percent water and thirty percent land. Of that thirty percent there is a wide range of topographies, ranging from mountainous regions to forests to savannahs to a large continent of ice. \r\n

There are four continents on Vagran. The largest is made up grassy plains, hills and forests. To the east is a continent of mountainous regions. Directly “below” the main continent is another, smaller continent consisting of forests and hills. The average rain fall is about thirty-six inches a year. The average day is exactly twenty-five standard time parts GT (galactic time) and has a twelve month cycle. The planets rotation is enough that it gives the planet a temperate environment and the air is breathable. Except for the lack of, well, everything the planet has the potential to become a major resort and trade planet. The clear, crisp water and the warm air make it prime real estate. Its closeness to the Corellian System allows it the potential for it to become a major trade center. As of now the planet is a supposed meeting place for smugglers in the system. Either way, until someone decides to develop all this land it remains untamed and the potential goes unused. There is a local population of about one hundred thousand. There are no businesses present at this time nor is it under the influence of and organization. \r\n

The planet remains a bastion of peace and tranquility in a time of war and chaos. It is, what many believe, to be the most basic and unscathed form of any planet. The civilization level is at zero, which means to say that anyone who wants to see a race at its point of emergence into the galaxy you visit here. The Alpha Team was quoted as saying, “Though undeveloped, which is a surprise seeing as the system is this close to the core worlds, the people here are very smart yet every ignorant of the changes in the galaxy around them. With the right stimulus, this race can build a very prosperous planet in a few short years.” The Vagrans were awed and stupefied by the now outdated technology of the Alpha Team. It seems that they still are behind the times. As of now there are no major cities and no trading posts. For all we know, they still believe that the Republic is still alive and well. \r\n

The Empire has made no move to influence this planet. It is unknown why, but the popular rumor is that this planet is used for secretive deals between the Empire and the more unwelcome and unpleasant side of society, meaning smugglers and slavers. \r\n

On am more interesting note, the Alpha Team has found remains of several large interstellar ships that are buried under tons of forests and ivy. It was unknown where this came from or what happened it’s the inhabitants until the team stopped at Narzinbar. What is more amazing is how the people reverted back to its more barbaric ways when they were perfectly civilized. What ever the reason it was lost over the millennia that these inhabitants lived here.\r\n

  • Details
  • Type: Temperate/breathable
  • Size: 14x14
  • Population
  • Total: 584,946,517 inhabitants
  • Hireable: 928 workers
  • Civilization: 11.8500%
  • Income
  • Tax Level: 5.0000%
  • Planet Income: 64,541,219 credits
  • Tax Income: 3,227,061 credits