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Your current standing with the factions in Procyon Sector

Hegemonic Criminal Weirdness
Tier Name Status Tier Name Status Tier Name Status
V Guild of Engineers
Guild of Engineers1)
IV Lost Legion
Lost Legion2)
IV Sah’iir
IV Church of Stellar Flame
Church of Stellar Flame4)
IV Scarlet Wolves
Scarlet Wolves5)
IV Suneaters
IV Counters Guild
Counters Guild7)
IV Vorex
+1 III The Agony
The Agony9)
IV Starless Veil
Starless Veil10)
-2 III Ashen Knives
Ashen Knives11)
III Ashtari Cult
Ashtari Cult12)
III 51st Legion
51st Legion13)
III Borniko Syndicate
Borniko Syndicate14)
III House Malklaith
House Malklaith16)
-1 III Draxler’s Raiders
Draxler’s Raiders17)
II Ghosts
Isotropa Max Secure19)
III The Maelstrom
The Maelstrom20)
II Mendicants
III Starsmiths Guild
Starsmiths Guild22)
II Echo Wave Riders
Echo Wave Riders23)
II Nightspeakers
II Cult of the Seekers
Cult of the Seekers25)
+2 II Janus Syndicate
Janus Syndicate26)
+1 I Acolytes of Brashkadesh
Acolytes of Brashkadesh27)
II Hegemonic News Network
Hegemonic News Network28)
II  Turner Society
Turner Society29)
I Conclave 01
Conclave 0130)
II Yaru (Makers Guild)
Yaru (Makers Guild)31)
I Cobalt Syndicate
Cobalt Syndicate32)
I Vigilance
I Concordiat Knights
Concordiat Knights34)
I Dyrinek Gang
Dyrinek Gang35)
I Wreckers
One of the Hegemonic High Guilds, responsible for resource acquisition, cybernetics, AI, tech advancement, and research. Often have the best toys.
Formerly the Hegemon’s personal guard, they rebelled when the current Hegemon rose to power. They seek to see the Hegemon dethroned and have been guns for hire ever since the schism.
Tall, ebon-skinned xenos who travel with blindfolded servants that speak for them. Gave the Hegemony their ansible network. Have creepy blackmetal ships. Very rich and work as merchant families.
One of the official Hegemonic Cults. Religious zealots with only a few powerful members. Stretched thin, they’re using their power and influence to seek out and eradicate dangerous artifacts and mystic activity in the sector.
Although they often hire themselves out as bounty hunters, the Scarlet Wolves are a renowned group of assassins. Each bears a distinctive tattoo of a wolf holding a star in its mouth.
Ur-archaeologists and scientists obsessed with recreating jumpgate technology. Looking to extinguish a star in pursuit of their goals.
Officials who maintain the galactic currency network and build shadow repositories in any system the Guild has a presence in, storing mysterious items and securing auctions and commerce.
The most successful information broker to ever live. Can access any terminal in the system—though no one can explain how. Frantically seeking her sister, who the Counters Guild took hostage.
Cult of humans who infect themselves with Way creatures to access the universe in unsettling ways. Named after the pain most endure for their abilities.
Hegemonic counter intelligence and spies. Currently at odds with House Malklaith. They seek to undermine the Governor in order to make a case for change in House control.
Dangerous criminal Syndicate known for their control of gambling and assassination in the sector.
A Cult of Precursor worshipers claiming Ur descent. They carry vials of gases from the Ashtari Cloud, which they inhale to connect to their presumed ancestors.
Hegemonic military that represents the law anywhere off-planet.
A tightly knit group of thieves who steal highend technological supplies. Man, the Guild hates these guys.
A small handful of immortality seekers using artifact tech implants and chemicals distilled from the living; several of them have been around for hundreds of years. Most were powerful before their transformation, though they now conceal their true identities.
A powerful Noble House of the Hegemony, ostensibly owns the sector. Represented by the Governor, who lives on Warren.
Fierce individualistic pirates who specialize in disabling ships before boarding. Mostly found in Iota and Brekk.
Scientists who, due to a mishap, live exo-suited in a half-phased state. The Church of Stellar Flame offers a significant bounty on them and their ghost ship, the Skeleton Key—dead or destroyed (but certainly not alive).
The most notorious prison system in the Procyon sector, housing the worst of the worst. Brokers audiences with its population grants commutations for those with power and wealth.
Rowdy space pirates living in a nebula that’s difficult to navigate. Often clash with the Legion.
Originally the Church of the Emerald Heart, their organization was politically destroyed. Now they wander the stars as traveling physicians and healers.
Maintain the jumpgates and hyperspace lanes, and build ships. All ships in Hegemonic space must be certified and registered with the Starsmiths Guild—but forged papers are all too common.
Pilots. Many organize illegal races. Many take dangerous jobs for pay, and a few test dangerous new engine/ flight technologies for the Guild. They wear a pin that shows how many races they’ve won.
Mystics with dark proclivities bent on finding a set of dangerous Precursor artifacts.
Wandering mystics studying artifacts and seeking new places. Members include the Hegemon’s mother. They want to open the Hantu gate.
Weapons dealers that specialize in ship weapons, headed up by the ruthless Viktor Bax, who insists on doing the first deal with every client in person.
A collective that eschews individuality. Initiates adopt the same garb and the same name, in the pursuit of perfection at any cost.
Those who control the media control the mind. Often use this as leverage over other factions. Spies.
A Holt-based Syndicate running drug dens masquerading as society houses. Their drugs are cooked with rare Aketi animal parts and Vosian crystals—which they sometimes have trouble sourcing.
Independent, sentient Urbots led by an ancient Urbot known as the Prime. Working to control the mining sites and gain control over Precursor AI modules required to generate true sentient machines.
Guild that force-grows clones for labor. Clones are short-lived, have a symbol on their foreheads, and are supposedly only barely sentient. Folks are distinctly uncomfortable around the clones.
Organized labor union dabbling in a little crime to fund their demands for a better life. Usually display a blue stripe somewhere on their clothes.
Warrior mystics bearing artifact blades, who seek to enforce an ancient code of justice on any they find wanting.
Often accompanied by a motley crew of adventurers, these dozen or so colorful characters have the Hegemonic Churches’ blessing to pursue a quest for something called the Light of the World.
Mostly young, disenfranchised xenos who have turned to crime and found strength and solidarity with each other. Based on Warren but looking to expand wherever there are other like-minded folks.
Scavengers and thieves with a few brilliant hackers, who incite factions to fight so that they may pick the battlefields clean later.
roleplaying/scumandvillainy/faction_relations.txt · Last modified: 2021/03/14 15:48 by curufea