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Astrographical Information
Region Outer Rim
Sector Hutt Space
System Nimia System
Suns Nimia
Orbital Position 5th
Moons None
Coordinates S-9
Rotation Period 10 standard hours
Orbital Period 415-422 local days
Planetary Information
Class Terrestrial
Climate Arid
Atmosphere Type 2 (breath mask suggested)
Gravity Standard
Primary Terrain Industrial
Societal Information
Native Species None
Immigrated Species Hutts, humans
Primary Language Huttese, Basic Galactic Standard
Government Corporatocracy
Population approx 80,000
Major Cities None
Major Imports Food, raw materials
Major Exports Industrial components, industrial chemical compounds
Affiliation Hutt kajidics
Mechanical Information
Astrogation Located on a minor hyperspace route, do not modify astrogation checks to plan a course to or from Nimia.
Knowledges Education Difficulty-die.pngDifficulty-die.pngDifficulty-die.png • Outer Rim Difficulty-die.pngDifficulty-die.png • Underworld Difficulty-die.pngDifficulty-die.png
Rarity Modifier +0 (Rating 4 Native)
Other Mechanics None

A heavily industrailized world on the very edges of Hutt Space, Nimia is located between Klatooine and Yoribuunt. Though it is under the dominance of the Hutt cartels, the world's actual masters are the Hutt-owned corporations who run the massive mechanized factories that produce industrial chemical compounds and the components used in off-world manufactories to construct finished works.

Nimia is frequently used as a meeting-place between Hutt servants and outlanders who've failed to attract much favor with the Hutts.

The Lakasos Asteroid Belt

A few planetary positions away from Nimia in orbit of the system's primary star lies the Lakasos Asteroid belt. It's said that Lakasos was once a world that was home to a native species long since extinct.

Of far more interest is the difficulty of navigating the belt. It is a dense place, with constantly shifting interior that makes it a perfect spot for smugglers, slavers, and other folk of ill-repute to stage meetings. It is almost impossible to make a fast get-away out of the belt, so it is frequently used for illicit meetings of various sorts.