Bazaar System
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Bazaar System
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Planets Bazaar
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Affiliation Rigunmor Star Consortium

Early colonists chose Bazaar System as their capital system for its proliferation of Class 1 and 2 worlds. Among the first systems ever settled by the Consortium, Bazaar is a binary system, centered around the two stars Net & Gross, with Gross measuring 40% larger than Net. Despite common practice, the settlers chose to name the system by its most prominent planet, Bazaar, as opposed to one of the stars.


Early Rigunmor colonists chose Bazaar
as their capital system for its proliferation of Class 1 and 2 worlds. Among the first systems ever settled by the Consortium, Bazaar is a binary system, centered around the two stars Net & Gross, with Gross measuring 40% larger than Net. Despite common practice, the settlers chose to name the system by its most prominent planet, Bazaar, as opposed to one of the stars.

Bazaar


Bazaar is unique among capitol worlds
of the Stellar Ring in that it holds no part of
its nation’s upper bureaucracy. With the
majority of the Rigunmor government
traveling aboard the Oneagle, Bazaar and
its citizens stay free to concentrate on
business rather than politics.
Classified as an Earth-like world,
sprawling cities cover most of Bazaar’s
surface. Indeed, very little of the planet
remains left over to wilderness – just
enough to continue supporting a livable
biosphere for its inhabitants. Numerous
spaceports exist in the various metropolitan
areas of the planet, constantly monitoring
traffic to and from the outer system and
moons of Auth and Auhk. The planetary
capitol of Index, a city of approximately 1
billion people, is located along the
coastline of the largest continent. Every
major corporation in the Consortium has an
office there, as close to the pulse of
Rigunmor markets as possible. The
Rigunmor Stock Index and the central
headquarters of the United Guilder
Conclave also make its home in Index. The
guildmasters meet in an enormous building
that once housed the Conclave before a
plutocratic government replaced their rule
with the wealth-based system of today.
System Manager Jargon Scott (Hm/Rigunmor/
DFA-7) lives in Index as well. Scott
has one of the cushiest jobs in the
Consortium. Profitable income in Bazaar
takes care of itself with little to no help from
him at all. And, his governor’s tax will likely
hold him his job until retirement.

Auth & Auhk

The twin moons Auth and Auhk support
heavy populations, with both totaling about
two billion people apiece. They exist as
auxiliary real estate for Bazaar, and many
consider them an extension of its business
markets as well, since they are only a brief
ride away.
Auth possessed a Class-1 biosphere
when the Rigunmors first came to the
system, settling the moon around the same
time as Bazaar. In present day, it functions
as a welcome center for the Consortium’s
capitol. Hotels and resorts abound here,
catering to the needs of every businessman.
Three enormous spaceports ferry
passengers to and from Bazaar and Auth’s
sister moon, Auhk. Many arriving ships
simply dock at Auth’s spaceports for
cheaper docking rates, and purchase
shuttle flights for in-system travel.
Just a short distance away, Auhk
originally held a Class-2 environment when
the Rigunmors found the system, but was
later terraformed to better suit human life.
Most scientists could hardly tell the
difference now. Where Auth acts as the
welcome center for Bazaar, Auhk provides
security for the system. All military and
defense installations on Bazaar and Auth
report back to central control on Auhk.
Even the naval presence within the system
makes port here under the command of
Commodore Julian Caruthers (Hm/Rigunmor/
DCS-8). The RCN battleship
nancier serves as the system’s flagship.

Ehril


Unable to terraform this planet, the Consortium constructed a vast network of domed habitats. Twice the size of Bazaar, Ehril contains upwards of eight billion inhabitants, almost one-third the population of the entire system.
The overpopulaion f Bazaar and its moons served as the primary purpose for settling Ehril. The domed cities contain all manner of flora and fauna, bearing little resemblance to colony domes of most third-world systems. Rigunmor citizens don’t even think about the domes thanks to a diverse selection of holographic sky displays.

Detris & Iath


These two gas giants are the outer planets of the Bazaar system. Atmospheric
mining and military outposts exist in both,
as well as various ring structures orbiting at
a safe distance. Detris’ rings are
considered very bland compared to the Xpatterned
double-rings of Iath, which draw
a reasonable number of tourists each year.

Moons

Both of the gas giants contain numerous
moons. Some support military outposts,
while others once served as mining
operations that dried up long ago. The
moons of Detris include several Class-2
biospheres, including: Kornil, Wrayth,
Rockedge, and Neth.

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