This article is about the planetary system. For the WarShip, see Bryceland (Individual Fox-class WarShip).

Bryceland 3151.svg
System Information
X:Y Coordinates406.606 : 97.919[e]
Spectral classM[1]
Recharge time207 hours[1]

The Bryceland system was home to at least one habitable world and as of 3152 was located in the New Samarkand Military District within the Draconis Combine.[2]

System Description[edit]

Bryceland is located near the Anguilla and Wittington systems. It lies Spinward of Terra.[3][4]

System History[edit]

The Bryceland system was settled during or shortly before the Age of War, and joined the Outworlds Alliance prior to the Reunification War.[3]

Political Affiliation[edit]


LandmassesAt least 1 (Bryce Prime)[56]
Government and Infrastructure
Noble RulerDuke of Bryceland
CapitalGolden Bay (2581),[9]
Harland's Port (3057)

Planetary History[edit]

Reunification War[edit]

Bryceland was occupied by forces from the Star League Defense Force during the first wave of attacks on the Outworlds Alliance in 2581 as a part of the forcible incorporation of the Periphery States into the Star League following the mass rejection of the Pollux Proclamation. The Star League force responsible for capturing Bryceland was the Fourteenth Brigade of II Corps, under the command of Lieutenant General Kern Peleshenko.[9]

In contrast to later conquests during the war against the Outworlds Alliance, the landings on Bryceland were relatively civilized; Lt. Gen Peleshenko landed forces around the Bryceland capital of Golden Bay on the 26th of July having already announced the presence of his Brigade on arrival within the system, and his landing zones and order of battle as his DropShips entered orbit. The defensive garrison had little chance against a complete Brigade of SLDF troops; after probing attacks on the 27th, the Fourteenth Brigade made a full attack on the 28th, breaking the Alliance lines in 10 minutes and the bulk of the Alliance infantry in 30 minutes, leaving the remaining armor units to be picked apart by Fourteenth Brigade units. The Governor of Bryceland officially surrendered the planet on the 29th of July.[9]

In 2583, the SLDF Thirty-seventh Royal Brigade was transferred to Bryceland at the orders of the SLDF Task Force Outworlds commander, General, Amos Forlough, following events that shattered the brigade on Haynesville, and the Brigade would remain on Bryceland until the end of the campaign.[57]

House Davion forces attempted to annex Bryceland in 2584, following SLDF redeployments removed units from occupied worlds in the Outworlds Alliance to fight against the Taurian Concordat, but the attempt was successfully thwarted by Hehiro Kurita,[58] and on 25 July 2585 Bryceland was ceded to the Draconis Combine as part of the terms laid out within the Treaty of Cerberus.[10]

Star League[edit]

During the final years of the Star League, Bryceland was the host to a SLDF garrison.[59]

Succession Wars[edit]

In 3054, Fuchida's Fusiliers raided the planet, destroying several factories and causing major damage to Fantos Island, the planet's center of agriculture, causing a planetary economic depression, which was overcome only through hard work and the leadership of the planetary ruler, Duke Morris Davion-Harland.[60]

In 3056, the planet suffered raids from a group of pirates named Silver's Slayers, led by a man named Vince Silver. The local garrison, Bryceland's Royal Guard, was unable to stop the pirates, who always escaped almost intact. The Slayers crippled Fantos Island during most of their raids, and in 3057, captured the Duke's heir, Samantha Davion-Harland before escaping into the Periphery. The Duke hired a group of mercenaries to rescue her, and the mercenaries followed the Slayers to the Periphery world of Antallos. After finding the pirates, the mercenaries discovered that Samantha hadn't been kidnapped, but had in fact escaped with the pirates willingly. Worse still, the mercenaries learned that the commander of Bryceland Royal Guard, General Amon Freeder, had hired the Slayers to raid the planet and capture Samantha, planning to depose the Duke and take his place. The mercenaries and pirates joined forces temporarily, returned together to Bryceland, and after a daring assault defeated the Royal Guard and arrested Freeder.[61]

The Jihad[edit]

Forces of the Kuritan Black Dragon Society raided Bryceland for supplies on the 4th of June 3075, but their raid was unsuccessful; the AFFS commander on Bryceland had the demolition charges within the underground storage bunkers detonated to prevent the Kokuryu-kai from capturing any of the matériel contained within them.[62][63] The Black Dragons had apparently managed to land more than two regiments of mixed infantry on Bryceland, including battle armor squads equipped with Kanazuchi suits aboard an Overlord-class DropShip that avoided detection by using a civilian Mammoth-class DropShip to obscure its signal. Even before the Black Dragon DropShip landed, the organization had apparently infiltrated commandos onto Bryceland at least three months earlier, and those commandos struck with devastating results as their fellows landed. The insurgents used a fuel-air bomb on one of the main militia barracks, wiping out half of Alpha Command; General Haig, the commander of the militia, had the option to allow them to retreat with a substantial quantity of salvageable equipment from the Bryceland Mothball Storage fields, but when the Black Dragons found the nuclear weapons that had been stored there, Haig decided he had no choice other than to activate the demolition charges built into the facilities and destroy the equipment stored there. Casualties among the Bryceland militia forces at the Storage facilities numbered in the hundreds and included General Haig's son.[64]

Military Deployment[edit]


Outworlds Alliance garrison[9] (until July only)

  • 7 Companies of mixed light and medium armor
  • 1 regiment of 600 Bryceland infantry militiamen
  • Several hundred volunteers

SLDF garrison[9] (from August)





  • Twenty-second Galedon Regulars[66]



  • Bryceland Draconis March Militia[68]


  • Bryceland Draconis March Militia[69]


  • Bryceland Draconis March Militia[70]


  • Bryceland Draconis March Militia[71]


  • Bryceland Draconis March Militia[72]


  • Bryceland Draconis March Militia[73]


  • Bryceland Draconis March Militia[74]

Planetary Locations[edit]

  • Bryce Prime (continent)[56]
    • Harland's Port: capital city in 3057[56]
  • Golden Bay: the planetary capital city during the Reunification War[9]
  • Fantos Island[75]

Map Gallery[edit]

Nearby Systems[edit]

Closest 28 systems (28 within 60 light-years)
Distance in light years, closest systems first:
Wittington 19.1 Anguilla 19.3 Latexo 22.3 Niles 23.4
Tancredi 23.4 Medron 24.1 Groveld 25.0 Conroe 30.2
Sturgis 31.0 Lyceum 31.1 Kesai 37.3 Delacruz 37.4
Saumur 40.7 Kinkaid 41.9 Brookeland 43.4 Bremond 43.4
Valentina 44.6 Crestoblus 45.8 Cimeron 46.1 Pascagoula 46.6
Weisau 46.7 Brundage 48.7 Haynesville 51.9 Alegro 52.2
Ki Zoban 52.3 De Berry 53.5 Dormandaine 55.8 Colia 58.1


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