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Londerholm nearby systems (3151)
Londerholm nearby systems (3151)
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System Information
X:Y Coordinates -42.221 : 1872.682[e]
Spectral class K7V[1]
Recharge time 198 hours
Planets Eight

System Description[edit]

System History[edit]

Political Affiliation[edit]

Londerholm II[edit]

Londerholm II
System position Second
Jump point
3.70 days
Moons none
Surface gravity 1.5
Atmospheric pressure Standard (Breathable)
Equatorial temperature 30°C
Surface water 70%
Highest native life Birds
Population 7,200,000 (3050)[14]

Planetary Info[edit]

Located about 120 LY from Clan Smoke Jaguar's capital of Huntress.

Planetary History[edit]

Colonized by 2821,[2] the breadbasket world became infamous for the Londerholm Revolt of 2912, when a famine led to widespread rebellion among the Jaguar's laborer caste. The rebellion was put down with great violence, and the population decline ended the famine.[3][15] The port city of Vostok was razed to the ground by the Jaguars and never rebuilt.[5]

By 3037 the Jaguars maintained at least one training facility in the Grey Ridge Mountains. It was here that the warrior Trent, who would one day engineer his Clan's downfall, was born and trained.[4]

It was on this world that the Hellion's Fury campaign came to an end in June 3050. In the ruins of Vostok the attacking Ice Hellions suffered heavy losses from a joint Coyote-Smoke Jaguar force. A few weeks later a bandit raid upon the Hellions' newly acquired territory resulted in the death of the Hellion Khan and the maiming of his saKhan. The timing of the attack led to unproven allegations that the Jaguars had deliberately arranged for the bandits' attack.[5]

Following the Smoke Jaguar's Annihilation in 3060, the Ice Hellions and Coyote fought over the Jaguars' enclaves.[7]

The Wars of Reaving[edit]

In 3070, when the Ice Hellions stripped their holdings bare in preparation for Operation ICE STORM, or as lower caste citizens had been told, "a new 'Hellion Fury' series of assaults", Clan Coyote, commanded by Galaxy Commander Armin Tamzarian, mobilized and seized three industrial complexes Londerholm in the Hellion's enclave. Denizens of the enclaves confirmed the Hellion Warrior Caste was not defending two additional facilities, a large merchant trading facility and a Sabutai factory. The successes of the operation prompted Khan Silas Kufahl to reform Gamma Galaxy, and tasked the reconstituted unit with the defense of Londerholm and Hellgate, and operations in the area.[16]

In August, 3072, ilKhan Brett Andrews was accused of failing to rally the Clans to internal threats posed by The Society uprising by Khan Silas Kufahl, and challenged the ilKhan to a Trial of Reaving for his legacy. Andrews quickly killed the Coyote Khan, but the challenge brought to the ilKhan's attention the lack of communication with Clan Steel Viper colonies throughout the Clan Homeworlds, and the fact Clan Ice Hellion was largely missing. In response, Andrews mobilized the Vipers and their snake allies, Clans Cloud Cobra and Star Adder, each declaring their intent to Absorb the Ice Hellions.[11][17]

When saKhan Nicole Hoskins arrived with Beta Galaxy and Gamma Galaxy at Londerholm (one of only a handful of Clan worlds with access to HPG-communications[17]) in early September, 3072, an aging Hellion solahma responded to her batchall for the enclave. The landing and first four Trials were unopposed. During the subsequent assault on Sprague, the use of a chemical weapons against the Vipers' bivouac prompted Hoskins to raze most of the city. In the aftermath, the Vipers discovered the 'Ice Hellion' forces were in fact Society scientists and Dark Caste warriors. On 10 September, two Coyote Clusters from Gamma Galaxy, the 27th Strike Cluster and 44th Battle Cluster attacked the Vipers without batchall. The fury of the Coyote assault on elements of Beta Galaxy was matched by Gamma as they deployed to destroy the interlopers. The battle ended with the destruction of both Coyote units, the destruction of Vipers' 19th Striker Cluster, severe damage to the Vipers' 428th Assault Cluster, and Londerholm in complete control of Clan Steel Viper by 17 September. Noting signs of genetic Taint amongst the Coyote defenders, the Vipers carried out a Reaving, destroying infrastructure and killing civilians, which resulted in the deaths of over seven million.[11]

There is some speculations the Coyotes may have intervened in order to defend or destroy evidence of a Society cell working in genetics research on Londerholm. In addition to Londerholm, elements of Clan Coyote intervened in other Clan Steel Viper Trials of Possesion, especially on Foster. The Coyote actions, and the explosions that destroyed Coyote enclaves as their Warriors fell to Steel Viper, were later used as circumstantial evidence of collusion between the Coyotes and the Society, although the Coyotes were spared Trial of Annihilation due to a lack of direct evidence.[11]

By December, 3072, the Society deployed a new type of weapon against the Steel Vipers on their newly liberated enclaves on Londerholm, Foster, New Kent, and Atreus. The weapon was biological, a new genetically tailored virus capable of "boil[ing the] insides" of its victims[18]. The fever killed 90,000 Warrior and lower-caste civilians related to the Mercer, Tamm, and Hoskins Blood Houses, the first being saKhan Hoskins herself.[11]

By the end of the Wars of Reaving and the Viper Annihilation, the world was divided between the Coyotes, Cloud Cobras and Star Adders, with the Stone Lions later acquiring their own territory.[12]

Planetary Rulers[edit]

Military Deployment[edit]



  • Grey Ridge Mountains[21]

Planetary Locations[edit]

  • Mist Lynx Training Facility[21]
  • Sprague
  • Vostok

Industrial Centers[edit]

Image gallery[edit]

Map Gallery[edit]

Nearby Systems[edit]

Closest 20 systems (6 within 60 light-years)
Distance in light years, closest systems first:
Paxon 29.4 Barcella 30.1 Kirin 40.0 Tamaron 43.2
Grant's Station 44.7 Strato Domingo 53.6 Vinton 63.6 York 71.6
Delios 72.4 Priori 79.4 Albion 80.9 Hoard 81.9
Zara 82.2 Hellgate 87.6 Gatekeeper 95.4 Brim 105.6
Colleen 110.0 Roche 110.1 Lum 124.4 Strana Mechty 128.7


  1. The Wars of Reaving, p. 235
  2. 2.0 2.1 Historical: Operation Klondike, p. 135
  3. 3.0 3.1 Invading Clans, pp. 50–51: "The Londerholm Revolt"
  4. 4.0 4.1 Exodus Road, ch. 1
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Operational Turning Points: REVIVAL Trials, p. 38
  6. Clan Homeworlds 3052 Poster (Kickstarter)
  7. 7.0 7.1 The Clans: Warriors of Kerensky, p. 26
  8. The Clans: Warriors of Kerensky, p. 113, "Political Balance Table"
  9. Field Manual: Updates, p. 39, "Clan Political Balance Table"
  10. The Wars of Reaving, p. 228: "Political Balance Table: 3067"
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 The Wars of Reaving, p. 106-107: "The Viper Uncoils"
  12. 12.0 12.1 The Wars of Reaving, p. 248: "Political Balance Table, 3075"
  13. The Wars of Reaving, p. 249: "Political Balance Table, 3085"
  14. Operational Turning Points: REVIVAL Trials, p. 5
  15. The Wars of Reaving, p. 27
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 The Wars of Reaving, p. 53, "The Coyote Prowls"
  17. 17.0 17.1 The Wars of Reaving, p. 109, "Communication Breakdown"
  18. The Wars of Reaving, p. 107
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 19.3 19.4 Field Manual: Warden Clans, p. 161
  20. Field Manual: Warden Clans, p. 162
  21. 21.0 21.1 Exodus Road, pp. 9–14
  22. Field Manual: Warden Clans, p. 50: "Delta Galaxy: Heart of the Coyote"