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First entry is 1116 data, the second is 1202 (TNE) data.
|Name||Hex   ||UWP   ||BS   ||Trade||T  ||PPG||AL||Stellar Type|
|Ojovshala||0902||B572367-9|| ||Lo Ni|| ||324||Zh||G4V,M3D|
| ||0902||B572336-9|| ||Lo Ni|| ||724||Zh|| |
|Friazhdial||0908||B724522-A|| ||Ni|| ||924||Zh||F5V|
| ||0908||B724644-A|| ||Ni|| ||524||Zh|| |
|Jdatshiedl||0909||C1407AD-8|| ||De Po|| ||113||Zh||M4V|
| ||0909||C1407BE-A|| ||De Po|| ||413||Zh|| |
| ||0910||A68799D-E||Z||Hi|| ||704||Zh|| |
|Viplshanch||1007||C3116AB-A||Z||Ic Na Ni|| ||203||Zh||M2V,M0D|
| ||1007||B3116AB-B||Z||Ic Na Ni|| ||503||Zh|| |
|Ezh Bova||1102||B230567-D||Z||De Ni Po|| ||103||Zh||G3V|
| ||1102||A230588-D||Z||De Ni Po|| ||303||Zh|| |
|Vrarnjiavl||1103||B000414-C||Z||As Ni|| ||202||Zh||M5V|
| ||1103||B000434-D||Z||As Ni|| ||702||Zh|| |
|Yejaple||1109||C465764-6|| ||Ag Ri|| ||812||Zh||F6V|
| ||1109||C465885-7|| ||Ri|| ||412||Zh|| |
|Rabrplibli||1205||C0006AD-A|| ||As Na Ni|| ||323||Zh||K7V|
| ||1205||B0006AD-C|| ||As Na Ni|| ||623||Zh|| |
|Jiatsar||1209||C5838AE-7|| || ||A||710||Zh||F4V,M3D|
| ||1209||C5839CF-8|| ||Hi||A||210||Zh|| |
|Apltla||1303||C887778-7|| ||Ag Ri|| ||202||Zh||F4V|
| ||1303||C88788A-9|| ||Ri|| ||202||Zh|| |
|Fliaza||1304||C250231-6||Z||De Lo Ni|| ||813||Zh||K2V|
| ||1304||C250341-6||Z||De Lo Ni|| ||213||Zh|| |
|Shiplielot||1307||B666446-B||Z||Lo Ni|| ||804||Zh||G0V|
| ||1307||A666556-C||Z||Lo Ni|| ||604||Zh|| |
|Flieflienz||1403||B511122-C|| ||Ic Lo Ni|| ||310||Zh||M2V|
| ||1403||B511254-D|| ||Ic Lo Ni|| ||210||Zh|| |
|Lieber||1404||A6939A6-D||Z||Hi In|| ||113||Zh||F4V,M3D|
| ||1404||A6939A6-D||Z||Hi In Cp|| ||313||Zh|| |
| ||1405||B325778-D||Z|| ||103||Zh|| |
|Stablolins||1410||C564589-7|| ||Ag Ni|| ||402||Zh||F2V|
| ||1410||C5646AA-8|| ||Ag Ni|| ||102||Zh|| |
|Prozashiz||1501||E95A788-5|| ||Wa|| ||305||Zh||G7V|
| ||1501||C95A788-6|| ||Wa|| ||705||Zh|| |
|Shetsodrev||1504||E43456A-7|| ||Ni|| ||310||Zh||M8V|
| ||1504||E43456A-7|| ||Ni|| ||510||Zh|| |
|Lianzhjinj||1507||C9B2269-A|| ||Fl Lo Ni|| ||214||Zh||M2V,M4D|
| ||1507||C9B2269-A|| ||Fl Lo Ni|| ||514||Zh|| |
|Chiazeaz||1602||C270331-6|| ||De Lo Ni|| ||300||Zh||G1V,M3V|
| ||1602||B270332-6|| ||De Lo Ni|| ||600||Zh|| |
Lieber Subsector: subsector had an 1116 population of 3.4 billion. The highest tech level is 13 at Shtiem, Ezh Bova, and Lieber. In 1202 the population was 12.6 billion, again mostly due to the Exodus. The highest tech level is E at Shtiem.
Lieber Subsector is defended by the Zhodani 90th Fleet from its headquarters at Lieber (1404). The 90th missed most of the Fifth Frontier War, only being deployed at the last moment to repulse an Imperial thrust towards Cronor, and it suffered heavy losses in doing so. The fleet is more famous for its operations in the Third and Fourth wars, where it carved out a reputation as the "Ballerina 90th" for its ability to dance around Imperial defenses and patrols while on deep commerce raids against Imperial shipping.
Unlike the neighboring 116th, the 90th is fiercely loyal to the Consulate and the surviving naval command structure. Indeed its rank-and-file personnel strongly resent the situation in Shivva, and the fleet has begun to deploy to positions that will deter any attempt at expansion or secession by the 116th or its backers.
Shtiem (0910): Shtiem was a popular destination for Regency researchers in the early years of the Psionic Reforms. The world has one of the top rated psionic instruction and research universities in the entire Consulate, and a steady stream of students visited here in the 1130s and 40s to not only learn psionic arts, but also the practical art of teaching, and administering psionic learning facilities. While not as popular in recent years, as the Regency established its own network of psionic instruction facilities, it maintained close academic ties to its former students and the institutions they founded, and academic exchanges were quite common.
Jiaster (1209): In the Pre-Collapse period Non-Zhodani were cautioned against visiting the dictatorship of Jiatsar. The planet was formerly ruled bythe non-psionic noble family Denzfalpepistebr, which was noteworthy for its xenophobia. Off-worlders were required to wear silly and colorful costumes that made easily identifiable to local security forces and the local population. Unfortunately for its rulers, these restrictions made meeting Non-Zhodani a thrilling if forbidden act, and the family was finally deposed in 1145 after being repeatedly cited for its failure to maintain the psychological uniformity of its citizenry. A council of several subordinate families was promoted in their place, but apparently did little better as governors. The Exodus has swelled the population, and the world now teeters on anarchy.