The AAnn Empire occupies a portion of the Galaxy proximate to the Commonwealth, in the Orion Arm. Approximately 1600 x 700 parsecs in size, it is divided into at least 14 Quadrants, and contains a minimum of 32 inhabited systems.

Blasusarr (N Class I)
Homeworld of the AAnn race; largely desert. Elaborate irrigation systems carry water from rugged high plateaus where most rain falls. Also known as the Imperial Home World. Capitol city is Krrassin. Protected by a highly efficient detection and defense network. Exceptionally large surface-to-space shuttles operate here.

Jast (N Class I)

Home of the Vssey, a slow-moving, thoughtful species very loosely aligned with the AAnn, though this arrangement is opposed by a significant minority of the population.

Pregglin (N Class I)

The major military and commercial hub for the 14th Quadrant. Pregglin Base is located here.

Pyrassis (N Class VIIb)

Barely developed AAnn colony world. Tenth planet thought to be a methane dwarf is in reality something very different.

Sectorcav (N Class I)

Imperial sector headquarters; also a center of military/scientific research.

Torsee Provinces

Ill-defined boundaries; partly within and partly outside formal Imperial space.


Arrawd (Class IV-B)
Humanx-normal atmosphere, but light gravity, sustain the dominant sentient species, the Dwarra, as they attempt to form larger than local governments.

Booster (N Class X)

Humanx-normal world, though its atmosphere contains an unusual concentration of helium and other rare gases. One abandoned Tar-Aiym city exists, built around the base of the artifcact known as the Krang.

Branner Systems

Three star systems inhabited by an ancient race, located on the periphery of The Blight, opposite Moth. The Krang is mentioned in its legends.

Cannachanna System [K-type star]

C-II was inhabited by the Hur'rikku. One of the four moons of gas giant C-III was also inhabited.

Hominid's World (N Class IV-B)

Located near the Blight. Apparently once home to an interstellar civilization that sank to a pre-atomic level of technology. By 549 A.A. they were beginning to advance again. Native sentients peaceful & non-aggressive.

Quofum (N Class X)

Fabled world with high, pink skies. Oceans average 9% alcohol. Rarely visited, due to unexplained spacetime distortions that cause it to appear only occasionally at the listed coordinates. Located along inner edge of the Orion Arm.

Vom's last world

Before the Vom's arrival, circa 501,000 B.C., this planet apparnetly had a moderately successful ecosystem with typical terrestrial forms.


The Humanx Commonwealth is part of the Orion Arm of the galaxy containing many races and planets of incredible variety. Much trade and additional exploration takes place within and beyond its borders. The Commonwealth is about 2400 x 1300 parsecs in size.

Alaspin (H Class VIII)
Two moons. Largely jungle surrounded by vast savannas and river plains. Thousands of abandoned native cities. Sentient species died out around 75,000 B.C. Home to Flinx's pet minidrag, Pip.

Almagee (N Class V)

No data currently available.

Alpha C (N Class V)

Located near Terra.

Amropolous (T Class I)

Leading producer of electronics. Home to the major thranx hive, the Yhu. Home of the Elecseed Corporation.

Analava System (N Class I)

Vandy sector. Two habitable worlds, whose inhabitants went to war with one another in 527 A.A. despite Church intervention. 120 million died.

Annubis (H Class VIII)

Home of the Hyperion forests from which the drug Bloodhype is dervied. In 545 A.A. the forests were burned, and the tree thought to be exterminated.

Armelia (H Class V)

No data currently available.

Assurbanipal (H Class I)

One habitable moon (Nineveh) on which the vast estate of Rashalleila Nuaman is located.

Balthazarr-Beersheba (H Class I)

Twin pleasure worlds.

Barabas (H Class III)

Primarily agricultural world. Notable export: a mint-flavored liquor distilled from a gengineered pine tree.

Burley (H Class VIII)

Extensive mining interests.

Cachalot (H Class IX)

99% ocean world, with small ice caps. Exceptional even, mild climate. Home to the intelligence-enhanced Cetacea transferred from Terra.


Agricultural world.

Calm Nursery (T Class I)

Major thranx colony world.

Carmague-Collangotta (H Class I)

Twin worlds located near the Velvet Dam nebula. Carmague has the 4th largest human population in the Commonwealth, and Collangotta the 14th.

Carson's World (N Class II)

Natives are small, intelligent, primates.

Centaurus (H Class II)

B No data currently available.

Centaurus System (H Class I)

Eight planets in system: III and IV have been colonized. About A.D. 2300, Exploration Control was sited on V. A manned station is in orbit around VII.

Chikasakasoo (N Class I)

Homeworld of the Quillp.

Comagrave (Class VIII)

Desert, semi-desert world. Home to a now extinct race, the Sauun, who left behind impressive monuments.

Crnkk (T Class I)

Important thranx colony world.

Dawn (H Class VIII)

Recent Human colony.

Dis (H Class I)

Four large moons: Cerberus, Charon, Pluto, and Chetani. Every three years they line up with the sun to create the surf condition known as the Monster of Dis. Gravity slightly less than T-standard, which enhances the effect.

Dust-Dune (H Class VII)

Rough, lawless, and mostly desert.

Drax IV (T Class V)

Mostly jungle; normal climate for a thranx-settled world. Major commercial center.

Entebbe (H Class VIII)

No data currently available.

Everon (T Class I)

One of the first to be colonized by the thranx.

Evoria (T Class II)

Noted for the "Season of High Pollen" that lasts 8 T-standard months.

Eurmet (T Class VIII)

Small thranx colony.

Fluva (T Class V)

Known to local humans as "The Big Wet". Varzea-type environment. Dominant sentients called Sakuntala, also home for hundreds of years to large population of Deyzara who migrated from Tharce IV.

Floran III (N Class II)

Fairly advanced native race.

G'Dim (N Class IVa)

Two major continents, several minor ones. Native sentients exist in a constant state of warfare.

Gestalt (H Class VIII)

Human colony world with a single moon.

Goldin IV (H Class II)

Temperate human colony world; home to Interstellar Lubricants and Ulricam.

Goodhunting (T Class V)

Quillp colony world with a population of 295,000 as of 500 AA.

Gorisa (T Class II)

SCAAM and other military research center.

Greenwitch (H Class IX)

Coordinate world considered the galographic center of the Commonwealth.

Hivehom System (T Class I)

Twelve planets; four inhabited. Hivehom is the homeworld of the thranx race; also co-capitol of the Commonwealth. Home to several human settlements on the less tropical Mediterranea Plateau.

Horseye (N Class IVb)

Four moons. Native name is Tslamina. Home to three distinct intelligent species, who live at different levels of the enormous Guntali Plateau, which is cut by the immense Skar River.

Humus (T Class I)

Home to the famous Elvor Laboratories, from which the latest in surgical instrumentation is exported.

Kansastan-Inter Kansastan Bryan Sector (H Class I)

Farming worlds noted for grain production.

Largess (N Class IVa)

Friendly, intelligent natives are seal-like in appearance. Communicate with song and rhyme. Society is based on groups of unified clans. Low-lying terrain and cool seas. Diverse spice exports.

Long Tunnel (Class IX)

Underground civilization living in vast caverns. Home to the uniquely gengineered Verdidion Weave.

Loser's World (H Class I)

Culture belies its name.

Mantis (H Class I)

Capitol is Locust. Ozmidene mine located in the center of the capitol city. One of the first human-settled worlds.

Midworld (N Class V)

UNDER EDICT.     One moon. World is dominated by a thousand-meter high rainforest that may be the most biologically diverse place in the entire Commonwealth.

Moth (H Class III)

Humanx-normal world encircled by "broken" rings. Diverse but regressive human colony.

Myra IV (H Class II)

Famous simispins located in pleasure parks. Sometimes known as Myla IV.

New Paris (H Class I)

Temperate human colony world.

New Riviera (H Class I)

Colloquially known as Nur. Perhaps the most idyllic world yet settled by humans.

Nyime (N Class V)

Little explored; unique sentient lifeform, dangerous fauna.

Osiria (N Class II)

Quillp colony world.

Perth (H Class II)

Human colony world; highly active maritine culture.

Pitar System

UNDER EDICT.    Formerly home to a nearly human mammalian species. Remarkable instance of convergent evolution. Destroyed in the Humanx-Pitar War of 2368 AA.

Plutarch (H Class II)

Human colony world.

Powerline (H Class X)

Twelve light-years (approx.) from Moth.

Praxiteles (H Class X)

Human colony world.

Prism (N Class V)

Entire ecosystem, still little understood, is silicon instead of carbon-based. Native intelligences based on specialized individual sentience poorly understood.

Proycon (H Class II)

Settled by an off-course Sleeper ship.

Puritan (H Class II)

Home to the Sinspinner Sect of religious zealots.

Qatar System (H Class II)

Minor human colony world.

Repler System (H Class VIII)

R-III has two moons, August and September. R-VI and VII are gas giants.

Rhyinpine ( N Class IX)

Troglodyte natives and many tunnels. Anar teas are grown here.

RNGC 11432

This star is a K-9 supergiant. Orange in color, it rotates clockwise.

RNGC 11433

Smaller than 11432, yellow-green in color. Rotates counterclockwise.

Samstead (H Class VIII)

Minor human colony.

Santos V (H Class VIII)

Mining center. Challis Co. has an interest here.

Sensiran (N Class IVb)

Tropical/semi-tropical ocean world notable for thousands of individual tribal/state groups, each confined to its own island group or archipeligo.

Tehuantepec (N Class IVa)

Human normal world inhabited by native species called "indians". Native legends tell of God-king and his wife whose ruled an empire consisting of three islands, or half the galaxy. Local Pim-Bird is sacred to the natives.

Terra (H Class I)

One moon. Homeworld of humankind, and co-capitol of the Commonwealth.

Thalia Major (H Class I)

Sun is slightly smaller and yellower than Sol. Capitol is Barragash.

Thalia Minor (H Class I)

Slightly smaller than Thalia Major, and trails behind it in a Trojan orbit.

Tharce IV (H Class I)

Major colony world. Dominant native sentients called Deyzara welcome immigration.

Tippendemos (H Class II)

Major colony world.

Tolus Prime (N Class I)

Home of the racoon-like Tolian race. Large land masses, tree-farming, and metals industries. Local religious practices are highly regional.

Treetrunk (H Class II)

Fifth planet of the Argus system. Genocidal attack by the Pitar in 2365 AD led to start of the Humanx-Pitar War.

Tran-ky-ky (N Class IVb)

Perterbation of orbit creates a warm-cold climate cycle lasting approximately 50,000 T-standard years, seriously inhibiting native development.

Trix (T Class I)

Original thranx name was Dixx. One of the first worlds settled by the thranx.

Twosky Bright (T Class I)

23rd in population and 15th in economic production in the Commonwealth. Located in the region of the Velvet Dam nebula.

Tundra V (H Class II)

Home of a sizable Church Task Force. Located near the Repler system.


UNDER EDICT.    Fourth planet of its star. 20% larger than Terra, but gravity only minimally higher due to composition. Highly mountainous surface. Irregular orbit is moving it further from its sun. Home to unique species of bearlike "primitive" natives.

Unatha (N Class I)

Homeworld of the gentle, inoffensive space-going Unop-Patha.

Velvet Dam

A dark nebula some 24 light-years wide. Of such density that no electromagnetic energy can penetrate it.

Visaria (N Class I)

Highly industrialized human colony world.

Willow-Wane (T Class I)

Discovered about 1940 AD. Six planets in system. Even more perfectly suited to the thranx than Hivehom. Hive Zex is based here.

Wolophon III (T Class I)

Name in Low Thranx is Colophon. Thranx colony world.