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Planet Sofocor in system Centax (NHA149)

  Majora   Evora   Cipactli   Secal  


The capital of the Free Ma'sono Movement (FMM) as well as the outer system. Colonists first came to this planet during the Expansion Period. Early on, the colonists learned that to survive on Sofocor they needed to be tough. The conditions on the planet were harsh, but the profit that could be gained from mining the mineral-rich planet was enough to convince tens of thousands to come here. Huge cities sprung up on the surface encased in large, transparent domes to protect them and in giant caverns underneath the surface. Other settlements were founded on the surrounding moons. The wealth and prosperity on Sofocor prompted many to call it the 'Secal of the outer system'.

Many settlers began to feel distanced from the Ma'sono Republic and started to feel like they were their own people and had their own culture.

During the Expansion period, travel between Sofocor and Secal could take up to several months so they were pretty much on their own out there. This sense of independence and self-reliance continued to the present day. This feeling only intensified when FTL capable ships began making travel to and from Sofocor quicker, thus increasing Republic presence on the planet. When settlers on some moons around Secal began to rebel against the Republic, the people on Sofocor supported them, though never vocally. When the local insurrection was in danger of falling apart, sympathizers in the local government on Sofocor convinced many people to turn against Republic forces on the planet and to seize as many ships as they could. All available ships jumped en masse to Secal and helped the rebels escape from there, thus escalating the insurrection to a full-blown rebellion and sparking a system-wide civil war, known as the Interplanetary War . They returned to Sofocor and began reinforcing defenses already present. Soon after they formally declared themselves independent from the Ma'sono Republic.

This planet has 21 moons:
NHA149.9.1 (no information available yet)
NHA149.9.2 (no information available yet)
NHA149.9.3 (no information available yet)
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User 'alpha117' updated this system february 10, 2016.
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User 'revco' updated this system march 12, 2012.
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gehenna - november 15, 2015:
Hmmmm.. mountains five thousand billion kilometers high? seriously? considering an A.U. (the distance between our sun and earth is close to 150 million kms, the size of those mountains is, frankly, ridiculous. Other than that, nice system and story.

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