|Mahata Solaris||Mu Ceta||Orient||Rho Ceta||S-Z|
|Minos IV||Nuovo Brazil||Pol||A-E|
|Morita Station||Ola III||Quaddies Home||F-L|
Don't go there looking for excitement. Mahata Solaris' main claim to fame is its jump points. But as you pass through, stop and take a breath of fresh clean air and relax.
Marilac is currently working to recreate the heritage destroyed or lost during the recent conflicts. Manufactured goods are in short supply and costs are high. Travelers may cut costs by checking with the local tourist bureau for Marilacians who are willing to lodge the budget traveler in a spare room. Home cooked meals are often thrown in with the room and staying with a local family is the best way to get a real feel for Marilacian culture.
Military enthusiasts will enjoy a visit to the fortress at Fallow Core now turned museum and historical park. Visitors can walk on a docent led tour through the fortress and experience recreations of the final days of Fallow Core.
Another part of the museum is dedicated to the prisoner of war breakout from the prison camp on Dagoola IV. This includes a small recreation of the prison camp itself with spoken narratives by actual prisoners.
For a closer look at old Earth halberds and modern maser cannons, explore the display on mercenaries and their evolving role in warfare throughout the ages. This area of the museum is dedicated to the Dendarii Mercenary Fleet for their role in the Dagoola breakout, the third largest prison breakout in history.
If you think being drafted into a foreign government's military would be a great adventure, then look no further. Otherwise the Galactic Travel Bureau rates travel to Nuovo Brazil as extremely dangerous.
There is recreation of the first settlement just outside of the capital complete with costumed live actors and a petting zoo for children.
Military Historians will enjoy a visit to Frere Park, the site of the final battle in the Brothers War. Docent led tours explain the fascinating history of this bizarre period in Orient history.
Best known for its cuisine, Polian food could make a Stoic weep and turn Epicurean.
Of particular historical and architectural interest is the replica of the Alhambra/Taj Mahal which was built on the shores of Lake Ti as a summer home for John Stonguy, an early Polian Industrialist.
|Explorers of the unusual need look no further than this string of asteroids
riding a weak gravitational well.
Home was settled two hundred years ago by a genetically engineered race. The Quaddies were designed as a free fall race. Quaddies have four arms, no legs and have one of the friendliest and most socialized societies atraveler could wish to encounter.
|Quaddies are not on the Galactic exchange, so do not try
to give them outside currency. Instead bring barter goods such as story
discs, music, and drama vids.
The asteroid belt is littered with Quaddie homes burrowed into the rock and there are even some larger communities which have been outfitted with artificial gravity for the Homo Sapiens in the community.
|This world is one of the four exterior worlds
in the web of jump points which connects the Cetagandan empire.
Rho Ceta has benefited from its proximity to the lush interior worlds of the Cetagandan Empire and the trade routes of nearby Komarr. Even citizens who are not members of the Cetagandan aristocracy enjoy a good standard of living.
|There are many landscaped parks and gardens which are open to the public. One of the most breathtaking estates which is open for viewing is Ghem Blenhem House. The house and estate were awarded Ghem Lord Marlborough for a spectacular series of victories in the conquest of Sigma Ceta. The estate, including an ornamental lake, was landscaped to appear artfully natural, but with convenient grottos, overlooks and a faux Minoan ruin.The house was built as perfect replica of the main palace of the Duke of Urbino on old Earth.|