||[Feb. 9th, 2005|12:26 pm]
The Faerious Sector Campaign
+++Segmentum: Segmentum Ultima+++|
+++Sub-Sectors: Faerious; Grazoth; Burl; Dangreth Majoris+++
+++Sector Capital: Faerious Prime+++
+++Fleet Base: Grazoth Secundus+++
+++Xenos Races Present: Unknown; Tau, Ork and Eldar forces rumoured to be present+++
Little is known of the Faerious Sector, most campaigns have passed it by and nearby Warp storms have deterred all but the most foolhardy from venturing in. What little is known is that the sector is rich in agriculture and minerals, with most of it’s inhabited planets constituting agri-worlds. Despite being somewhat isolated it has remained loyal to the Imperium under a powerful Planetary Governor named Xavier-San Dorni, who takes it upon himself to impose the continued Will of the Emperor with his fleet of re-commissioned, and somewhat elderly, Imperial Navy warships and retro-fitted commerce vessals, though ddmittedly, the sector’s isolation from the wider Galaxy, has helped him in this task by keeping out enemies with more sophisticated weaponry and vessals. The presence of Orks and other xenos has been reported, but numbers and composition are yet unknown.
However, a returning Rogue Trader named Grant Sperio, reported a near deadly confrontation with a large Ork raiding force whilst traversing the sector, a confrontation which caused the “trader” some displeasure as several of his transports were lost to Ork boarders. Other rumours postulate that the Eldar and Tau are doing “business” with some of the lessar Governors of the sector.
This raises some questions:
How are xenos races getting into the sector so easily?
If lessar governors are dealing with xenos is Dorni doing so?
If he isn’t, should the lessar governors decide to rebel against him, using xenos aid most likely, can we rely on his aged forces to maintain control?
If he is dealing with aliens will he attempt to seceed from the Emperor’s Light?
And finally, if some governors are dealing with aliens, could some be dealing with the Ruinous Powers?
The Answers seem to be that the warp storms on the boundaries of some of the sub-sectors seem to be lifting, allowing easier access to the Sector. What is making them disperse is not known at this time. The answers to all the other questions would be that we simply do not know at this time.
My only possible recommendation is thus: Imperial Task Forces must be assembled and sent to the Faerious Sector. If they find the Governor Dorni to be loyal to the Emperor, they must aid him in repelling the xenos (and possible Chaos) threat, punishing any dissident factions. It is doubtful his personal fleet will be effective enough against the enemies that now show themselves. If they find him unloyal he must be removed from power and the Emperor’s Divine Rule re-established. By any means necessary.