The League uses a range of midline and high-tech ships, providing an alternative source to Tri-Tachyon for the latter. Its largest world, Kazeron, has a military submarket and a high stability, and is a good place for purchasing supplies, ships and weapons and selling survey data.
| An alliance formed to counter Hegemony domination of the Sector. Members of the League don't necessarily agree on all issues, domestic or otherwise, and may even come into armed conflict with one another. But the League is united when it comes to the Hegemony who they consider to be illegitimately enforcing martial law in the name of the Domain, a dead political entity. The League, by its laws, unites against other external threats such as particularly meddlesome megacorporations, warlords, and the Luddic Path.
The Persean League is not intrinsically egalitarian or for individual freedom as-such – the purpose of the League is freedom of the constituent polities with any matters of internal politics of those polities to be left to their own devices. While the Domain might have intervened against the domestic policies of the worlds it ruled, the League specifically forbids such intervention.
–In-Game Faction Description
Lacaille Habitat, size 4, Isirah Star System
Olinadu, size 5, Kumari Kandam Star System
Mairaath, size 5, Mayasura Star System
Kazeron, size 7, Thule Star System
Cibola, size 5, Tyle Star System
Madeira, size 6, Tyle Star System
Athulf, size 4, Westernesse Star System
Filkenhild, size 6, Westernesse Star System
Suddene, size 5, Westernesse Star System
Salamanca, size 5, Yma Star System
Mazalot, size 7, Zagan Star System
Yesod, size 5, Zagan Star System
|Major Factions||Hegemony · Luddic Church · Persean League · Sindrian Diktat · Tri-Tachyon|
|Minor Factions||Independents · Luddic Path · Pirates|
|Special||Derelicts · Remnants|
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