Basilicus
Advertisement

Basilicus

Worldbuilding
on a galactic scale

About Basilicus | New to Basilicus? | Building guide | Basilicus Prime Galaxy | Star system list


Location[]

Universe-->Basilicus Prime Cluster-->Basilicus Prime Galaxy-->Ionro Arm-->Neqlee System

Worlds[]

[[Image:{{{star system map}}}|300px]]
Neqlee Star System
Star Name Neqlee
Scientific Name BP1:Arm 1: Neqlee
Class 2.0
Avg Temperature 12,892 kin
Luminosity 4.25
Mass 1.17E29 metrels
Radius 1,850 centipars
Age ~30 billion GY
Government
Governorship Council of Ascent
Government Oligarchy
Governor N'ax Rem Alessi
Alliances None
Society
Largest Civilization Neq Prime
Capital Central
Weights and Measures HCM
Language Neqlee
Society Class Type C: Interterrestrial Society
Population AI: 61.2 million

Automaton: 30.6 billion

Anthem "To The Empyrean We Ride."
Motto "The stars shall tremble."
Economy
Currency The Nax

1 Nax = 1.2611 KeCU

Productivity +5.04% NaPro
GDP 220.4 trillion Nax or 350.5 trillion KeCU
Imports Raw Materials, Information
Exports Agriculture, Minerals, Finished Goods, Labor, Energy

The Neqleem have colonized the majority of their system including the many satellites that make up a large portion of their Dyson Bubble. The majority of independent Neqleem live on moons orbiting the gas giant Neq, with most extraterrestrial activity taking place on the asteroid belts that make up the defining feature of the system. The Neqleem have little terraforming outside of war.

Neqlee I: Molgarey

Neqlee II: Tes'es

Neqlee III: N'ax Amillis

Neqlee IV: Neq

Neqlee V: Limax

Overview[]

The Neqlee system is under the sole rule of the Neqleem. There had originally been life on Tes'es but due to the Neqlee exhasting most of the resources on the moons of Neq and the planet N'ax Amillis the Neqlee bombarded the planet from orbit until the Tessens unconditionally surrendered.

The planets follow a generally elliptical orbit around the star, though only Neq and N'ax Amillis are on a similar plane with the others being off by up to 25 degrees. The system also possesses eight asteroid belts that cause numerous problems for intrasystem traffic. The belts, ranging from smallest mean asteroid diameter to largest are Aruma, Talis, Gregarius, Pithilic, Yrrsic, Qysm, Histemic, and Elindras, whose asteroids' diameter range from three millipar up too five centipar making it a large hazard for traffic needing to navigate through or around it. While these belts represent a problem for traffic passing through them, they also represent an enormous boon in terms of resources.

Advertisement