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  • Empire-History-Brief

    _"Thousands of years ago, man went to other worlds in his home system, and found nothing but lifeless balls of rock, or blobs of light gasses. Intrigued, he continued, and built for himself vast generationships, placing colonists in stasis and shipping …

  • Imperial-Geography

    h2. The Three Geographies of the Imperium Life in the Imperium varies greatly depending upon where one lives. The so-called *"Core Worlds"* (aka the Imperial Core, or simply "The Core") are governed directly by the Imperial Bureaucracy or the various …

  • Imperial-Territory

    h2. Imperial Territory - Structure and Governance Structurally, the [[Imperium-Today | Imperium]] does not actually engage in the direct rule of worlds any real distance from Capitol, but rather rules the vast spaces between. Excepting the [[Imperial- …

  • Imperial-Culture

    h2. Imperial Culture Culturally, the [[Imperium-Today | Imperium]] is remarkably diverse, with most cultural traditions of Humanity finding expression within it. [[Imperial-Geography | Fringe]] worlds tend to a "Wild West", "New England Colonial", or " …

  • Imperial-Law

    h2. Imperial Law Within Imperial space, there is no other law than Imperial Law. On planets, however, there are virtually no Imperial Laws that hold any precedence unless one is standing upon Imperial Soil – the territory of a StarPort, Imperial …

  • Imperial-Trade

    h2. Trade within the Imperium While trade within the [[Imperium-Today | Imperium]] is regulated by the bureaucracy, it is conducted primarily by [[Imperium-Megacorps | Interstellar Corporate Concerns and Syndicates]]. These companies are more …

  • Planetary-Governance

    h2. World Governance within the Imperium The worlds of the [[Imperium-Today | Imperium]], excepting those of the [[Imperial-Geography | Core]], are largely self-governing. Local law and custom rule the many worlds of Humanity, creating a patchwork of …

  • Imperial-Citizenship

    h2. Imperial Citizenship Citizenship of the Imperium comes in a variety of levels and flavors. In order, from holding the most rights to the least, there are: * [[Citizen-Born | Born Citizen]] * [[Citizen-Labor | Citizen by Labor]] * …

  • Citizen-Born

    *Born Citizenship* is the state of having been born the child of at least one Born Citizen. Those born with citizenship in the [[Imperial-Geography | Core]] enjoy _de jure_ some especial benefits, including the ability to cut through some of the Imperium' …

  • Citizen-Labor

    *Citizen by Labor* is a status granted by performing service to the state, the people, or the [[Yusupov | House of Yusupov]]. Generally, those who serve in the military, police or exploratory services at least two full terms are granted the status of …

  • Citizen-Naturalization

    *Citizen by Naturalization* status is conferred by performing the lengthy and relatively expensive process of filling out and submitting all the required forms and information to immigrate into the [[Imperium-Today | Imperium]]. The process is quite time- …

  • Citizen-World-Resident

    *Resident of an Imperial World* is someone holding citizenship or residency of a world of the [[Imperium-Today | Imperium]], but not the Imperium itself. This is perhaps the most common form of citizenship held by citizens of the Imperium. This status is …

  • Citizen-Imperium-Resident

    *Resident of the Imperium* are simply those people who live within the [[Imperium-Today | Imperium]] but who hold no [[Imperial-Citizenship | citizenship]] in either it or any of its member worlds. Residents of the Imperium tend to be either newly-arrived …

  • Imperium-Today

    The Imperium of Man (or, "The First Interstellar Empire") spans approximately fourteen hundred systems in a relatively dense spiral arm of the galaxy. It has been under the rule of the [[Yusupov | Imperial House of Yusupov]] for approximately seven …