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(Crimson North) Felon's End
A sparsely populated, remote system under the Northern shadow of the Crimson Barrier Nebula. Felon's End got its name during the second Era of Expansion in the early 4th millennium; the system was a notorious pirate trap for shipping crossing the Angel/Crimson passage into what was old UK territory. When relations between the UTN and UK State deteriorated, the Federal presence in Felon's End diminished and eventually the corporations from Aquarius withdrew entirely; leaving behind their installations for various independent factions to occupy. As of 4410 A.D, Felon's End is a quiet, if rather dangerous and unwelcoming system operated by several, independent mining corporations in the Crimson North region, without any official ties to the government in Aquarius.
The system received little attention from the Imperial Government until 4421, when a covert anti-terrorism raid was conducted on a station in the system, by Imperial Navy Special Forces. The details, or outcome of the raid were never officially published.
A remote system on the fringe outcropping of the Angel Nebula known unofficially as "The Tooth" by Old Federal Explorers. The system was first charted in 2420 A.D by Deep Space Probes launched by the young UTN, or Old Federation. The system garnered little attention until the discovery of the Shifted Wormhole in the system, in 4349 A.D, by the descendants of the UTN, the UAS during a military campaign in the Angel Reach.
The system of Helia resides in a central location within the Angel Reach, G-West of the Central Aquarius Cluster. The system is of note as the seat of the former capital world of the Independent States of the Angel Reach (ISAR), which enjoyed a warm relationship with the incumbent Aquarian superpowers until its ultimate annexation in 4404 A.D, after transition to Imperial Power, with the instatement of the Imperial Treaty for the Governance of the Angel Reach.
Once a distant symbol of human exploration into the unknown, Montes Lumen now stands as a stark reminder of the dangerous of traversing the stars. The remote system sits on the edge of the Great Tempest Barrier Nebula, and was the location of the most catastrophic defeat suffered by the Old Federal Navy during the Radacri Wars. Today, the system is a quiet, if somewhat tense place, maintained by the Authoritative yet orderly Imperial Government of the ATIS Outer Sector Civil Development Program.