Star Wars: Fate of the Force
Astronavigation Data: Phemis system, Corellian sector, Core region
Orbital Metrics: 301 days per year / 23 standard hours per day
Government: None (corporate interests operate under remote government from their native worlds)
Population: Approximately 10,000 (exact numbers are uncertain, as the opening and closing of mining operations causes frequent fluctuation)
Major Terrain: Cliffs, canyons, mountains, rock formations
Major Cities: None
Areas of Interest: The Grand Cavern, Spiremount, the Endless Tunnels, the Undersea
Major Exports: Raw minerals and ore
Major Imports: Labor, mining equipment, foodstuffs
Trade Routes: Corellian Run (via tributary)
Special Conditions: A fleet of Imperial probe droids makes regular sweeps of the planet’s atmosphere, making unauthorized or unnoticed landings on the planet extremely difficult
Background: The planet Phemis is in the system of the same name, which itself is found on the outskirts of the Corellian sector in the Core. Despite the great population. and traffic of the surrounding sector, Phemis has remained a backwater of little interest to the galaxy. Its difficult terrain and limited water supplies make it a poor choice for a colony, and the harsh rock formations, that cover its surface contain few minerals of any significant value. As it stands, a number of small mines operate on its surface to extract what limited resources the planet has to offer. These mining companies often have claims dating back to the Old Republic, but from near their inception to the present era, there has been one constant on Phemis – the mining of rubat, a rare type of kyber crystal, is forbidden.
Phemis’s geology includes several hardy species adapted to arid climates, including large and highly territorial quadrupeds and several variants of underground arachnids. There is also a wide variety of avian creatures, most of which follow long migratory routes from one source of fresh water to the next.
Phemis is currently interdicted by Imperial order, and evidence indicates there is some sort of Imperial presence on this world.