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GalCat ID: 1:170
Location: 250,225 in the four o'clock corner of GalSector 1
Government: Feudal
Economy: Mainly Industrial
Technology Level: 8
Population: 3.3 Billion
(Human Colonials)
Productivity: 9240 MCr
Planet Radius: 4858km
Location of Tibecea in Sector 1
Tibecea is very fabled for the Tibeceaian edible poet.
Old Galactic Catalogue Entry for 1:170 (Tibecea)

Witchspace Routes

There are 5 direct Witchspace Routes from/to Tibecea:

Destination Distance Gov. Eco. TL Pop. Prod
Ceedra 2.0 LY 5Logo64 Confederacy.png 4Logo64 MainlyAgricultural.png 08Logo TL8s.png 3.8 Bln. 01641616416 MCr
Sori 5.2 LY 3Logo64 Dictatorship.png 4Logo64 MainlyAgricultural.png 09Logo TL9s.png 4.0 Bln. 01344013440 MCr
Isdibi 3.6 LY 0Logo64 Anarchy.png 6Logo64 AverageAgricultural.png 05Logo TL5s.png 2.3 Bln. 0029442944 MCr
Diquxe 2.8 LY 6Logo64 Democracy.png 3Logo64 MainlyIndustrial.png 09Logo TL9s.png 4.2 Bln. 02352023520 MCr
Zaleriza 5.6 LY 0Logo64 Anarchy.png 6Logo64 AverageAgricultural.png 05Logo TL5s.png 2.3 Bln. 0029442944 MCr


Item Price Quantity Avail-
Min Avg Max Min Avg Max
Food 5.2 5.4 5.6 12 12.5 13 100.0% Edible Poets?
Textiles 6.8 7.3 8.0 13 14.5 16 100.0%
Radioactives 22.4 23.7 25.2 11 14.5 18 100.0%
Slaves 10.0 16.2 22.4 0 8.5 16 50.0%
Liquor/Wines 27.2 30.1 33.2 10 17.5 25 100.0%
Luxuries 88.0 88.6 89.2 30 31.5 33 100.0% Tibecean modern art items
Narcotics 26.4 50.3 74.4 0 21.0 41 37.5%
Computers 78.4 79.0 79.6 14 15.5 17 100.0%
Machinery 54.0 55.3 56.8 22 25.5 29 100.0%
Alloys 32.4 38.5 44.8 14 29.5 45 100.0%
Firearms 65.2 66.6 68.0 0 0.0 0 0.0%
Furs 59.6 72.2 84.8 0 27.5 54 84.3%
Minerals 11.6 12.2 12.8 56 57.5 59 100.0%
Gold 37.6 39.0 40.4 5 8.5 12 100.0%
Platinum 66.0 72.1 78.4 0 19.0 63 96.8%
Gem-Stones 16.8 19.8 22.8 0 6.5 12 75.0%
Alien Items 39.2 40.6 42.0 0 0.0 0 0.0%
Average prices are based on long-term established averages (the so-called arithmetic mean). The average quantity is based only on quantity values greater zero. Availability gives a percentage whether a good is available in this system. Please note that these are statistical data. GalCop regulations expressively forbids the broadcasting of actual prices beyond the current system.


Galactic Navy

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This system falls under the responsibility of the Navy Command Station 14 in Ceedra. (Galactic Navy OXP)

The Feudal States

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Tibecea is a member of The Royal Houses of Santaari. The nobility of Tibecea is of Italian descent. (Feudal States OXP).

The legendary lion of St. Mark is emblazoned across a golden background, emphasising the mythical Venetian background of many of the nobles and the financial foundations of their wealth, through trade and industry, and of course, their inclusion in the original Golden Book, fabled forerunner of the Sable Onomasticon. The portrayal of the left-hand side of the lion symbolically shows the nurturing side of the national leaders, who are sworn to protect their serfs.


Rise of the Kirin cover art

Rise of The Kirin

Rise of the Kirin is a PDF novella bundled with the kirin.oxp collaboratively written by Wyvern & Clym Angus. Tibecea is the system where Rise of the Kirin story both begins and ends. It is used as a backdrop for a major space battle towards the end of the novella: the Tibecea Incident.

General Senior Gouglass vor Cheem walked smartly and smugly towards the very heavily guarded brig. The aging Coriolis station in which he walked turned lazily in ever decreasing circles around the snow-covered world of Tibecea. For the 10th time that day, he congratulated himself on picking the perfect location to exact his revenge. Resting on the outer reaches of Galaxy 1, this planet lay within a hair's breadth of the habitable zone of its parent star system. The population, colonists who had been reduced to a feudal state by the planet's harsh environment, seldom ventured within half a kilometre of the surface. The only visible evidence of them being there at all were the insulated smelting stacks that billowed plumes of acrid black and yellow smoke into the thick, pristine white atmosphere.

It was a snowball: an inhabited snowball, but a snowball none the less.

(Rise of the Kirin, Chapter 6, Capitulation)

Rough Guide

The Rough Guide to the Ooniverse also has an entry on Tibecea.

... The Edible Poet Society was founded by Ianbello degli Sciolti some three centuries ago. It is now one of the most prestigious guilds of Tibecea - one of the Grande Agglomerazione. They march third in the Grand Parade behind the Holy Society of Saint Jens and the Society of the Gifted Artesans. Their banner is the Scarlet Standard of Stylistics, and they appear in sable pelts bedecked with ivory canopies. Rediscovering the ekphrastic enjambments of bygone eras, the Society has been shattering modern stereotypes with their imaginative reworkings of traditional set pieces. The Commendatore of the Society is usually chosen as the Poet Laureate.

Degli Sciolti felt strongly that good poetry was best encapsulated through sculpture, and started a trend in symbolising different forms of iambic tetrameters, Archilochians, choliambs and Alcmanian strophes in physical form, using different grades of stone and a variety of petroglyphic techniques to represent the vast array of poetic possibilities. This inaugurated a local fascination with petrine verse, which has proved a valuable export commodity for the society. More recent developments have included mosaics...

Excerpt from "Rough Guide to the Ooniverse: Tibecea"

In Service to the Margravine

A recent putsch led to the downfall of Tsar Nikolas Zarakov IX of Oreseren. He fled with his family to exile in Tibecea. (In Service to the Margravine)

The Traders Almanach

If every Credit counts, try this: Whatever you buy, ship them to Isdibi or Zaleriza. And I would buy memory banks, tractors and Tibecean modern art items in that order for this trip. For bounty and glory try Isdibi and Zaleriza, where pirates have been reported. Those art items are created by a group of creative minds called The Edible Poet Society, which was founded in '84 by an artist called Ianbell.
(Excerpt from: The Traders Almanach entry for 1:170)