The Hush of Expansion
Planet Name: Kasama I
Hex Code: 09.02
World Profile: C677854-6 Ga
Cultural Roots: Japanese
Main Government Type: Feudal Technocracy
Leader: Airi Koga
Major Religion: Protestant Christianity
Leader: Pastor Akira Fujiwara
Technology Level: 6
Law Level: 4
Restricted Drugs: No restrictions
Restricted Information: Security programs
Restricted Technology: TL 13 items
Restricted Travellers: No restrictions
Restricted Weapons: Light assault weapons and submachine guns
Planetary Size: 9,675 km
Surface Area: 294,070,744 km^2
Percentage Surface Liquid: 72%
Land Surface Area: 82,339,808 km^2
Global Population: 9,637,692,102
Avg Population Density: 117.05 people/km^2
Surface Gravity: 0.70 gs
Atmospheric Pressure: 0.71-1.49
Atmosphere: Standard, Tainted
Required Survival Gear: Filter
World Temperature: Temperate
The main government of Kasama I is a Feudal Technocracy led by Airi Koga of the Popular Federation – a group which primarily draws its leadership from the pious. The main issue(s) they are dealing with is/are governmental reform and they have a communist attitude to the economy. They maintain a position of being xenophilic towards outsiders.
The primary religion of Kasama I is descended from Protestant Christianity but has evolved via a schism. It has no central authority, but is instead run regionally by a council run by a Pastor or a Minister.
There are currently 1 other faction on Kasama I.
- The Homeland Union is a fringe group opposed to the Popular Federation. They promote a Self-Perpetuating Oligarchy led by the proletariat and concerned with religion in public life. They are provisionally disposed to outsiders and have a socialist economic policy.
There are currently 2 heresies on Kasama I.
- Founded by outsider due to issues over manichaeanism, the Unified Company is a fringe group. They feel obedience towards the orthodoxy, and can usually be distinguished by will not eat with people outside the sect.
- Founded by renegade prophet due to issues over manichaeanism, the Gold Unity is a minor group. They feel legitimist towards the orthodoxy, and can usually be distinguished by forbidden the use of certain technology.