Campoleone 3151.svg
System Information
X:Y Coordinates-299.83 : -291.844[e]
Spectral classG2[1]
Recharge time182 hours[1]
Recharge station(s)None[1]

The Campoleone system was home to at least one habitable world, Campoleone II, and as of 3145 was located in the Rim Commonality province of the Free Worlds League.[2][3]

System Description[edit]

The Campoleone system is located near the Astrokaszy and Negushevo systems[2][3] and consists of a class G2 primary orbited by at least two planets.[1]

System History[edit]

The Campoleone system settled during or shortly before the Age of War.[4]

Political Affiliation[edit]

Campoleone II[edit]

Campoleone II
Campoleone Flag.jpg
System positionSecond[1]
Jump Point distanceNine days[1]
MoonsOne (Lonely)[1]
Surface gravity0.85[1]
Atmospheric pressureStandard (Breathable)[1]
Equatorial temperature32° C (Temperate)[1]
Surface water39%[1]
Highest native lifePlant[1]
History and Culture
Population1,250,000 (3067)[1]
Government and Infrastructure
Political LeaderPlanetary Governor (3058)
Factor Jerome Hud (3067)[1]
HPG ClassB[1]

Campoleone II - more commonly known simply as Campoleone - is the second planet in the Campoleone system and has a single moon named Lonely. Campoleone is a temperate but relatively cool world possessed of a certain harsh beauty.[1]

Planetary History[edit]

During the thirty-first century, Campoleone was a poorly developed world capable of supporting its own population, but little more. Campoleone had remained a poorly developed world for centuries because of its location. Poised on the border between the Free Worlds League and the Periphery, Campoleone was considered little more than a stopover for those traders and explorers heading into the Periphery and Deep Periphery, although it was a popular world for those retired spacers who appreciated its harsh beauty.[1]

This large population of retired spacers, combined with the trading and exploration route, made Campoleone's population one of the most well-informed storehouses of knowledge in the Free Worlds League. The spacers had seen much and traveled far. Campoleone was also the home of the Voidjumper's Memorial, a monument that honors the passengers and crew of lost League JumpShips. At its center was the "Angel of Campoleone" a myomer-kinetic sculpture that stood 20 meters high. Surrounding the sculpture were the keepsakes and reminders left by the families of the lost ships. By the mid-thirty-first century these mementos covered three acres on the peak of Mount Kenley-Maccan.[1]

The only export offered by the world was ginja wood, an exotic hardwood much like ebony, that was prized by craftsmen across the Free Worlds League. Unfortunately efforts to grow this wood commercially had all failed to produce the high-quality product provided naturally.[1]

Pirate Raid of 3002[edit]

In July 3002, the Corsairs of Comstock IV pirate force attacked Campoleone and was driven off by the Campoleone Defense Force.[29]

Military Deployment[edit]




  • Fourth Marik Militia[32]


Planetary Locations[edit]

  • Ausapolis: City[34]
  • Mount Kenley-Maccan: site of the Voidjumper's Memorial.[1]
  • Radiant Plains: planetary region and site of an important engagement against pirates.[29]

Map Gallery[edit]

Nearby Systems[edit]

Closest 20 systems (18 within 60 light-years)
Distance in light years, closest systems first:
Negushevo 22.2 Astrokaszy 25.3 Tohelet 28.7 Cerignola 28.7
Gatchina 29.1 Lesnovo 29.4 Tematagi 38.4 Stettin 42.3
Izmir 47.4 Karachi 49.1 Mankova 50.8 Ghaziabad 54.8
Hiratsuka 56.5 Isabela 57.2 Bayindir 57.3 Goth Khakar 57.4
Tellman's Mistake 59.4 Jiddah 59.4 Bismarck 60.8 Ildlandet 65.4


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