Sepia remains unexplored by the majority of species, however, it serves as the final bastion for humanity. Sepia is the blue star, burning at roughly fifteen thousand degrees kelvin, that gives its name to one of the solar systems in the Milkyway Galaxy.
Anomalies of Note
- A-1: Anomaly 1, or The Rainbow Bridge, is an impenetrable space along the Eagle Nebula. Attempting to lass through it will destroy the vessel, as scolding hot matter swirls across the 300,000 km area. Many believe this is one of many stages leading to the birth of a star. It one of the closest things to a space storm one can get.
- A-4: Anomaly four, lovingly referred to as Alfred by the warfarers, is an alien drone of unknown origin. It's nearly three hundred meters across and fifty meters wide, floating around the solar system of Sepia 54. Alfred seems to be a malfunctioning repair ship, one that will seek to repair and refuel any vessel that comes within range. It even retrofits the ship to accept what fuel it has stored in its hull, if the technology is incompatible.
- A-6: Anomaly 6, or The Devil's Reef, consists of hundreds of derelict ships. No one knows what happened to them. There is no evidence of fighting, many of the ships are still intact and capable of flight, and more ships appear as time goes by. The new vessels are completely empty and there is no indication as to why the vessel was abandoned. Most of the time, escape pods are still there.
The eagle nebula sits in close proximity to Sepia. And obstructs the night sky on most of the planets in the system. Nearby systems exists nearby, forming a star cluster of over 300 stars, all within one lightyear of the others. Most of these systems are uninhabited, and are often the first stop for wayfarers venturing out for the first time. Wayfarers also journey to the Anomaly 6, a ship graveyard that sits 2 lightyears away from Safeharbor.