Valos

  • Capital system of sector
  • Main feature is repair dock Valos Star 1
  • Outer part of the system has “The Station”
  • “The Station” is arrival area for large, bulk, cargo shipments
  • Several platforms unload the bulk carries for small freighters to take to their destination
  • Imperial Navy has a base on moon Gnall of a gas giant in the middle of the system
  • Base serves to protect “Station” area as well as Valos Star 1 from attack
  • Valos Prime has only two continents, one is only sparsely populated
  • The main populated continent is pleasant and temperate with rolling hills and small mountains
  • It holds all of the planet’s agrarian production and all of its major cities
  • All of the major cities have beautiful architecture using a mineral rock known as malocite which is unique to the Valos system
  • The capital city of Halos uses the rock in the most abundance
  • The streets are cobblestone made of malocite and most of the buildings are done in a grand,
    almost palace-like, style and are covered in statues and carvings
  • Imperial presence is the heaviest in this system as it is the sight of the Imperial government in the sector and (officially) home to the Moff of the sector
  • Moff Babel, however, spends very little of his time on-planet
  • The other continent of Valos Prime could not be more different
  • It is incredibly rocky, mountainous, and subject to almost constant harsh storms from the
    surrounding oceans
  • For a good number of centuries the continent was completely uninhabited save for a few
    scientific research stations
  • However, after all of the sources of malocite on the primary continent were used, the only
    sources that remained were on this other harsh continent
  • Slowly, mining stations began to be established and a population of hardened, gruff, workers
    began to form around the small mining towns
  • Now the population has grown more significant, with the continent sporting one major city:
    Taggerat
  • Life in the back-breaking mines and storm-battered towns has produced a culture and people
    that mirror the harshness of the environment
  • Although essential to the planet’s economy, the inhabitants of the rocky continent are seen as
    uncultured and looked at with disdain by those living on the agrarian continent

Valos

Valorik Sector Adventures MarkDynna