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Diaspora Sector
D a i b e i Massilia O l d E x p a n s e s
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Solomani Rim
Subsectors
Narquel Libert Sufren Khavle
Shadigi Kushga Alurza Pasadaruu
Ebasha Iusea The Blight Promise
Hijiri Shumisdi Madoc Khulam
Sector Data
No. of Stars 476
Population 313,028 million
Majority Control Imperial - 99%
Domain Sol
Capital Libert
Gross Sector Product BCr2,330,169
Trade Volume BCr76,912
Imperial Coordinate 0 / -2
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Worlds in this Sector
183-361693-470AazuniAccraAcornAightAsenaAshiiAvatBail 4BiriiCampobelloCarl's WorldChannelCosenzaDaalisaDema - Depot (Di 2018) - DoomEberlyElojiEphraimExecuteExeterFerryFreyGaraagGashiilaHewlettHikeIfuwanaIseeKandomKarrooKashaashiiKhavleKiikiKovuuLedgeLefiguuraMonctonMontezumaNapeNarquelNetoNikeNinghoPromiseQuafeQuelleffRaziiraRemingtonRouenRuffianSix GunSofarSufrenTalcaTazmaniaTeequeTerra FarThicketTsinanTulaneUneshuuWakeWakenWapiti (Di 0913)WaverlyWestfir
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Diaspora Sector

Sector Capital Libert/Libert (Diaspora 1109) Note one source shows the capital name as "Liberty".

Diaspora was only sparsely settled by the First Imperium Vilani, who called it Nakulakak. When the expanding Terran Confederation exploded into space, Vilani efforts to develop the area were described by one Terran general as "Too little, too late, too slow: too bad." Attempts to use it as a buffer zone only made it easier for the Terrans to conquer portions of it, and ultimately the Vilani began trading bits of it away in attempts to appease the voracious invaders.

As the Terrans grabbed subsector after subsector in their coreward drive, they realized that they had to dominate the region culturally as well as militarily if they were to establish true, lasting control. The Terran Confederation initiated a gargantuan resettlement campaign to achieve this goal. This campaign, which involved the transplanting of some 10 million willing and unwilling persons in the first eight years, was known as the Diaspora, and gave the name to the Sector.

During the Long Night, only the Union of Sufren was able to maintain a shaky hold on interstellar culture, and its perseverance was rewarded when it was finally contacted by traders of Cleon Zhunatsu's Third Imperium.

By 330, the sector was incorporated into the new Imperium, and this ushered in a new age of unrivalled prosperity for Diaspora, as it sat astride the "Imperial Road" that linked Capital to humaniti's birthplace.

This article was copied or excerpted from the following copyrighted sources and used under license from Far Future Enterprises and by permission of the author.
Atlas of the Imperium
Astrogators' Guide to the Diaspora Sector
– MT Hard Times - Khavle and Pasdaruu Subsectors
Alien - Solomani & Aslan - dot map provided
Alien - Vilani & Vargr - dot map provided
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