Troves by name
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Bellow you will find information on the various troves, listed in alphabetical order.
A large trove following a democratic political system, situated in sector D-7. Amberveil is an independent sovereign trove with a mixed population of primarily Accadian, Bao and Mengzi origins.
A medium sized trove that follows a constitutional monarchy political system. It’s situated in sector D-7. Elmlath is an independent sovereign trove.
A medium sized trove that follows a plutocratic political system and is situated in sector D-7. Gracemoor is an independent sovereign trove.
A vast trove situated in sector B-4. With a landmass area of over 750.000 square plethrons, Harmony is one of the eleven troves to have been discovered within the Horizon which are both habitable and rival the cradle troves in size.
Since the first decades of the Era of Human Solidarity it was chosen to become the seat of the Society of Cradles, and later on the seat of the Council of Sovereign Troves and of the Arbitrator Corps.
Although it is considered to be an impartial common ground for all inhabitants of the Horizon, over the centuries, political intrigue and scheming turned Harmony into an independent Hive world, which openly controls the entirety of sector B-4 and often rivals neighboring Empires.
A miniature trove situated less than five hundred plethrons away from the trove Amberveil. Due to its proximity, it is considered an ancillary trove (satellite) of Amberveil and has been extensively used as an off-world base for Amberveil military forces, and more particularly, the Amberveil Empyrean Citadel.
A medium sized trove that follows a constitutional monarchy political system and is situated in sector D-7. Tandalum is an independent sovereign trove.
A vast readily habitable trove in sector E-24. The trove was discovered and named by the Hebbetan Admiral Tarn circa y.56 H.S. and was presumed never to have been inhabited by human beings before the Era of Human Solidarity, until the early seasons of the 2nd Century H.S.
The unnamed transcriber of professor Reyl’s memory shard who professes loyalty to the Hallowed Hierarchy, appears to be recognizing the trove as Tarn Serãph during the 16th Century H.S.
A medium sized trove that follows a democratic political system and is situated on sector D-7. Wildwood has a mixed population of primarily Accadian, Tangen and Berylian origins. Wildwood is an independent sovereign trove.