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Xanthalian factbook

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Timeline of significant events (by Xanthalian national calendar):

114 şoäl: The first colonists move to the continent of Zithal from eastern Asia.

101 şoäl: The first governments form on Zithal.

96 şoäl: Zithal's feudal age begins.

35 şoäl: The feudal state of Shi'in Ra begins expanding as it conquers the other states of Zithal one by one.

22 şoäl: First extraterrestrial contact is made with a rogue alien vessel in Shi'in Ra. A short conflict ends with the death of the aliens and the destruction of their ship.

20 şoäl: Shi'in Ra conquers the last of the Zithalian continent.

3 şoäl: Ezekiel Zabertini becomes Emperor of Shi'in Ra.

0: Ezekiel Zabertini renames the united continent Xanthal and implements a communist policy, naming himself Dictator.

6: A nuclear fusion accident levels an island off Zithal's coast, killing almost five million Xanthalian citizens.

9: Nuclear terrorist threats are falsely attributed to the Xanthalian government. The International Defense Initiative makes a failed attempt to covertly cripple Xanthalian ICBMs.

11: Xanthal sends 10,000 colonists in sleeper ships to the uninhabited Aellis System.

13: Cassandra Wellstone becomes Dictator.

14: Xanthal sends its first deep space vessel on an exploratory mission.

32: Carol Olen becomes Dictator.

46: The first Xanthalian ship capable of faster-than-light speeds is launched.

47: Dustin Amadeus becomes Dictator.

50: The Xanthalian government cooperates with the Aellis colonists to develop Aellis V for Xanthal's entire population.

60: The Xanthalian population completes its transfer to Aellis V. A new Ministry system is instituted under the Dictator to administer to everyday Xanthalian affairs.

61: Gerard Hohki becomes Dictator. The Than System’s failing government surrenders itself to Xanthalian control.

66: Xanthal ends its socialist policies and becomes a commonwealth.

67: Xanthal begins developing Aellis IV as a detention planet and Aellis VI as a secondary homeworld.

79: The commonwealth collapses. The First Xanthalian Civil War begins.

93: The Xanthalian Empire is founded by Empress Fina on Aellis V and conquers the Xanthalian territories. The First Xanthalian Civil War ends. The Trasnia System is established as a protectorate of Xanthal.

94: Aellis VII is established as the headquarters of the Xanthalian armed forces.

95: The Xanthalian Empire adopts an expansionist policy, claiming and capturing the uninhabitable Mirfak System for terraforming and the populated Talmaraan system for its citizens and resources.

97: The Imperial Armada joins a coalition of nations in the Demon War, losing almost a third of its forces before withdrawing from the fight.

101: The Xanthalian Empire falls in a military coup. Thousands of Xanthalian citizens are killed in the military's attempts to restore order. The Second Xanthalian Civil War begins.

102: The Second Xanthalian Civil War ends when the New Xanthalian Empire is founded by the Central Xanthalian Electronic Intelligence. Mirfak III is designated an exile planet after terraforming is completed.

108: Simon Zabertini becomes Emperor.

113: Simon Zabertini ends Xanthalian imperial policy and puts an elected dictatorship in place.

114: Formal socialism is reinstated in Xanthal.

119: Nightshade Carrin is elected Xanthalian Dictator.

126: Over 100,000 Xanthalian citizens die and 400 installations are lost in an accidental explosion that consumes the Dracken Nebula.

134: Nightshade Carrin dies. The Xanthalian government is restructured, placing power with a Council of Ministers and a Senate of citizens.

135: Talmaraan VIII and Than VI declare independence. Xanthal relinquishes its claim on the Talmaraan system. Trasnia declares independence.

136: Talmaraan VIII is conquered by the Trasnians. Than VI attacks Than IV and is occupied by Xanthalian forces.

141: Mirfak III is terraformed and redesignated an outworld.

143: Xanthal withdraws from all but the Aellis and Mirfak systems. Than IV is evacuated when Than VI erupts in revolt against the Xanthalian occupation. The Xanthalian Primary Law is ratified.

146: The Than Prince dies and Xanthal reclaims the Than system.

152: The Xanthalian government is restructured, placing power back with an elected dictator. Zelda Zabertini becomes Dictator.

157: The Talmaraan System is destroyed in a nova bomb test.

165: Xanthal’s territory on Earth is abandoned and sold.

167: The Two Day War between Kecha and Xanthal takes place, ending relations between the former allies.

170: Dictator Zelda Zabertini transfers power to a Triumvirate and Council.

175: Xanthalian nanodefense and biodefense networks are completed.

186: The Tordoran civil war occurs. Xanthal commits forces to assist Tordoran loyalists.

191: Xanthalian offensive forces are dismantled.

196: Xanthal opens relations with the Humankind Empire Abh.

198: Xanthal signs a defense pact with the Abh. The Aellis and Than system defense networks are dismantled.

199: The Xanthalian Department of Justice is created.

202: The Xanthalian government is taken over by the Abh Empress. The Aellis System is transported via the Infinity Gateway to Abh space and the Abh withdraw from the Milky Way.

203: The Mirfakan government dissolves and Mirfak III falls into feudalism.

204: The government of Than VI is taken over in a coup by the royal family and declares independence from Than IV, becoming an authoritarian Principality.

206: Than VI begins an offensive on Than IV. Than IV defends, isolating the system and beginning the Great Thanic War.

266: The War of Reunion is begun on Mirfak III by Qoulek Pallanez.

267: The Mirfak System is reunited as the Republic of Mirfak under a temporary Governing Council.

269: Mirfak signs the Temporal Accord. Petrovich Kolani abolishes the Mirfakan Governing Council and becomes Alphin of Mirfak. Mirfak becomes a Dominion.

270: The Mirfakan Labule and Nahbule are founded.

282: Petrovich Kolani dies. KGB Director Natasha Burkavik becomes Alphin.

290: Natasha Burkavik is assassinated by the KGB. KGB Director Fiquil Alano becomes Alphin.

291: Fiquil Alano begins ethnic cleansing in Mirfak. Coredian, Revenian, and Weyrik occupation forces take control of Mirfak.

292: Revenia sells their occupation territory to Weyr.

293: The Mirfakan occupation ends with signing of the Treaty of Jin Rin. Kevin Ailes becomes Alphin. The Mirfakan Constitution is ratified. Mirfak becomes a three-branch Socialist Republic.

300: The Mirfakan Labule completes a tenfold expantion. Vinessa Burkavik becomes Alphin.

301: Than IV overcomes Than VI’s forces and occupies it, reuniting the system under a single government led by Star of Shining Hope and ending the Great Thanic War.

303: Horatio Reanix becomes Alphin of Mirfak.

307: The Than System becomes a protectorate of Mirfak.

308: The Trasnia System reestablishes relations with Mirfak and Than.

309: The Treaty of Jin Rin expires, ending all Coredian and Weyrik control of Mirfak.

311: The military occupation of Than VI ends when it is declared a stable entity of the Protectorate of Than.

315: The Treaty of Xanthal is signed by the governments of the Mirfak, Than, and Trasnia star systems, reuniting them under the name of Xanthal.

316: Xanthal temporarily adopts the Mirfakan Constitution.

317: Wazuka Isayama becomes Alphin of Xanthal. Xanthalian sugar exports to the nation of Chrysallia are banned under pressure from Wysteria. Planetary warfare functions are transferred to Labule control. The Nahbule is disbanded.

320: Wazuka Isayama resigns. Frederich Dahy becomes Alphin.

321: Xanthal joins the Extra Solar Union of Systems (ESUS). A new Xanthalian Constitution is ratified. Yatzil Omsai and Eiko Oishi become Alphini.

323: Frederich Dahy leaves office. Hail To Glory becomes an Alphin.

324: Domestic terrorist cells attack Xanthalian government targets for several months before being disbanded.

325: The Consortium alliance attacks the ESUS.

326: Hail To Glory leaves office. Charles Lawrence becomes an Alphin.
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Xanthal’s spacecraft:


Fĕrĕt (unmanned reconnaissance drone): Free imported as replacements from Valinon
The Fĕrĕt (Ferret) is a small, self-contained mobile sensor platform that can be used to extend the effective range of a ship’s sensors and locate specific targets remotely. Equipped with preventative defenses and anti-projectile lasers, it is a very powerful detection and basic analysis tool. The Läböl model also carries a space-time bubble generator.
Dimensions: 10x5x5 meters.
Decks: not applicable.
-Powerplant: 1 micro-fusion reactor (1 kilowatt output).
--2 backup fusion batteries (1 kilowatt output each).
-Space-time bubble generator.
-Fuel range: 6 days reactor, 4 hours per battery.
-ECM Defense Suite
-Mirage-class stealth suite
-2 point defense laser clusters

Wĕko (escape pod): $5,000
The Wĕko’s interior is simply a padded compartment, just big enough to hold its two occupants. Powered with a large lithium battery, its only systems are a simple carbon dioxide scrubber, maneuvering thrusters, and distress signal emitter, all automatically activated upon ejection and operated by a tiny onboard computer with the help of proximity sensors. With no space-time bubble generator and no defenses, the Wĕko is a very basic, straightforward escape pod.
Dimensions: 3x2x2 meters.
Decks: not applicable.
-Powerplant: One electronically charged lithium battery (50 watt output).
-Maneuvering thrusters.
-Fuel range: 1 day.
-Complement: 2 occupants.
-Armor rating: 1.


Hokäl (guard ship): $2,000,000,000
Designed as a complement to the Jĕl, the Hokäl Class guard ship is all but useless in close-quarters combat. It is designed for long range forward assault. With its pylons deployed it exposes auxiliary forward shield projectors, four offensive grade laser cannons, a high-powered antiproton cannon, and its main weapon: 56 häksä bays, each loaded and ready with a häksä that can be fired either alone or in formation with the ship’s others. Only the häkse are used under normal circumstances. The ship’s energy weapons are reserved as last-resort offense and defense at close range. Guard ships must have the support of lighter craft to be effective in combat.
(Shown with pylons in open position.)
Dimensions (pylons closed): 240x50x50 meters.
Dimensions (pylons open): 150x220x240 meters.
Decks: 20.
-Powerplant: One substance/antisubstance reaction chamber (250 petawatt maximum output).
-Ion engines: combat speed 500 km/s, maximum speed 100,000 km/s.
-Space-time bubble generator.
-Maneuvering thrusters: turn radius at combat speed 100,000 kilometers.
-Fuel capacity: 20,000 liters.
-Fuel range: about 30 days normal operation OR 5 days combat operation.
-Complement: 100 crew, 1 AI.
-Laser cannons (total 6, rating 4):
--Fore: 4 (50˚ X-axis rotation, 90˚ Z-axis rotation).
--Aft: 2 (180˚ Y-axis rotation, 180˚ X/Z-axis rotation).
-Fore antiproton cannon (rating 4).
-Hoksas: 56.
-Shield power rating: 4.
-Armor rating: 3.
-Internal defense laser turrets
-Onboard/Detachable vessels:
--3 Käleka.
--10 Wĕko.

Jĕl (assault ship): $100,000,000
The Jĕl is the foundation for the Läböl's defense forces, excelling far beyond galactic standards in speed and maneuverability. It compensates for its weak shields with two highly accurate laser cannons, which it uses to shoot down enemy projectiles and weaken the shields of enemy starships. Its main weapon is the powerful forward-mounted antiproton cannon, used primarily for offensive purposes. The Jĕl carries no häkse, making it more defensively vulnerable in planespace, but a single-barrel railgun on the ventral hull increases its combat versatility.
(Shown with nose in closed position.)
Dimensions: 60x20x25 meters.
Decks: 9.
-Powerplant: One substance/antisubstance reaction chamber (100 petawatt maximum output).
-Ion engines: combat speed 50,000 km/s, maximum speed 250,000 km/s.
-Space-time bubble generator.
-Maneuvering thrusters: turn radius at combat speed 80,000 kilometers.
-Fuel capacity: 5,000 liters.
-Fuel range: about 20 days normal operation OR 5 days combat operation.
-Complement: 30 crew, 1 AI.
-Ventral railgun:
--500 100 millimeter rounds.
--180˚ X/Y-axis rotation, 360˚ Z-axis rotation.
-Laser cannons (total 2, rating 3):
--Dorsal: 1 (180˚ X/Y-axis rotation, 360˚ Z-axis rotation).
--Ventral: 1 (180˚ X/Y-axis rotation, 360˚ Z-axis rotation).
-Fore antiproton cannon (rating 3).
-Shield power rating: 2.
-Armor rating: 2.
-Internal defense laser turrets
-Takeoff/Landing capable with adequate landing pad.
-Onboard/Detachable vessels:
--1 Käleka.
--5 Wĕko.

Lĕsö (patrol ship): $3,000,000,000
The Lĕsö Class patrol ship is designed to be an all-around warship, specialized for independent operation and defense. Equipped with a full array of powerful weapons, the Lĕsö Class is a very solid attempt to incorporate all the best design elements the Läböl has at its disposal into a single vessel. The result is a quick, relatively long-range starship with strong offensive ability. The Lĕsö Class has two significant handicaps however. Firstly, because of its powerful weapons and shields, fuel range becomes an issue during extended periods of alert. Secondly, because of its size and often operating away from other combat vessels, it is practically vulnerable when combating more than a few targets at a time.
Dimensions: 200x90x90 meters.
Decks: 18.
-Powerplant: One substance/antisubstance reaction chamber (300 petawatt maximum output).
-Ion engines: combat speed 10,000 km/s, maximum speed 150,000 km/s.
-Space-time bubble generator.
-Maneuvering thrusters: turn radius at combat speed 90,000 kilometers.
-Fuel capacity: 20,000 liters.
-Fuel range: about 40 days normal operation OR 2 days combat operation.
-Complement: 60 crew, 1 AI.
-Laser cannons (total 6, rating 4):
--Port: 1 (360˚ X-axis rotation, 170˚ Y/Z-axis rotation).
--Starboard: 1 (360˚ X-axis rotation, 170˚ Y/Z-axis rotation).
--Dorsal: 2 (170˚ X/Y-axis rotation, 360˚ Z-axis rotation).
--Ventral: 2 (170˚ X/Y-axis rotation, 360˚ Z-axis rotation).
-Fore antiproton cannon (rating 5).
-Hoksas: 20.
-Shield power rating: 4.
-Armor rating: 3.
-Internal defense laser turrets
-Onboard/Detachable vessels:
--2 Käleka.
--10 Wĕko.


Ĭntr Yäzö Voyäl (mobile operations starbase): $600,000,000,000
A large, well-defended facility designed to serve as a command post and staging area for Läböl personnel and operations, modified for mobility and planespace travel. Equipped with station and fleet command centers as well as internal docking facilities for shuttles and external ports for larger ships, it can also service and supply other vessels, more so than the normal Ĭntr Yäzö. It is very slow compared to starships, but still capable of 500 meters per second at full velocity in normal space.

General purpose:

Ălfäşrä (general purpose starship): $10,000,000,000
A light, versatile vessel; the Ălfäşrä Class is the ultimate application of domestic and foreign technology to create a multi-role, non-combat starship for any task that the Läböl’s smaller, more specialized vessels cannot accomplish. It incorporates a large number of unique systems and is very expensive to construct and maintain, as a single ship requires the efforts of contractors from several nations.
Dimensions: 350x310x270 meters.
Decks: 40.
-Dorsal hull:
--Deck 10: secondary power generation (aft).
-Aft hull:
--Deck 15: bridge.
--Deck 16: ion engine 1.
--Deck 17: Holtzman generator, ion engine 2.
--Deck 20: space-time bubble generator.
--Deck 21: port and starboard hull (hoksa and ferret storage) access.
--Deck 22: guest quarters (5).
-Ventral hull:
--Deck 31: primary power generation and quantum slipstream generator (aft).
--Deck 40: ventral airlocks (mid-aft).
-Powerplant: One Mindsetti Microstar Generator (The Mindset).
-Ion engines: maximum speed 150,000 km/s.
-Space-time bubble generator.
-Slipstream Mark IV Drive (Metallinauts):
--Maximum sustainable speed: 500,000 c.
--Emergency speed (up to 48 hours): 600,000 c.
-Maneuvering thrusters: turn radius at maximum speed 2,250,000 kilometers.
-Fuel range: 50 years normal operation.
-Complement: 200 crew, 1 AI.
-Laser cannons (total 10, rating 5):
--Aft: 2 (360˚ Y-axis rotation, 180˚ X/Z-axis rotation).
---Dorsal hull:
--Dorsal: 2 (160˚ X/Y-axis rotation, 360˚ Z-axis rotation).
--Ventral: 2 (160˚ X/Y-axis rotation, 300˚ Z-axis rotation).
---Ventral hull:
--Dorsal: 2 (160˚ X/Y-axis rotation, 300˚ Z-axis rotation).
--Ventral: 2 (160˚ X/Y-axis rotation, 360˚ Z-axis rotation).
-4 hoksa launchers with weapon replication ability.
-Type X Xanthalian Shield System (Capsule Corporation).
-Armor: Darkling Biomechanical Super-plating with Molecular Weave Jĕl (Jangle Jangle Ridge).
-Class D Temporal Nullifier (Kanuckistan).
-Holtzman Dimensional Barrier Generator (The Silver Turtle).
-Special sensors:
--Imperial Personnel/Light Equipment Displacers (Central Facehuggeria).
--Mass/Lidar Radar Detection System (Valinon).
--Space-Time Anomoly/Echo Detection System (Penguenia).
-Special communications:
--Triad Point Node (Neo-Mekanta).
--Kanuckistani Contextual Thermal Entanglement Datanodes (Kanuckistan).
-Arizonan Type IV Tractor Beam Emitters (total 2) (Arizona Nova):
--Fore: 1 (output 500 millicochranes).
--Aft: 1 (output 500 millicochranes).
-Sickbay (Metallinauts).
-Science lab.
-Molecular Replicators (Balrogga).
-Onboard/Detachable vessels:
--5 Käleka.
--12 Ferret.
--10 Wĕko.


Lähästĕksä (space patrol): $100,000,000
The Lähästĕksä Class vessel is employed to police Xanthal’s space outside its planets. Armed, shielded and equipped with a small brig and advanced systems, the Lähästĕksä Class is ready to apprehend space borne criminals either peacefully or by force.
Dimensions: 30x10x6 meters.
Decks: 1.
-Powerplant: One substance/antisubstance reaction chamber (10 terawatt output).
-Ion engines: maximum speed 200,000 km/s.
-Space-time bubble generator.
-Maneuvering thrusters: turn radius at maximum speed 1,000,000 kilometers.
-Fuel capacity: 600 liters.
-Fuel range: about 3 days normal operation.
-Complement: 3 officers, 5 detainees.
-Laser cannons (total 3, rating 3):
--Fore: 2 (90˚ X-axis rotation, 90˚ Z-axis rotation).
--Aft: 1 (120˚ Y-axis rotation, 120˚ X/Z-axis rotation).
-Shield power rating: 2.
-Armor rating: 1.
-Atmospheric flight capable.
-Takeoff/Landing capable with adequate landing pad.
-Onboard/Detachable vessels:
--2 Wĕko.

Nähästĕksä (planetary patrol): $50,000
The Nähästĕksä Class is equipped to hold one or two officers in the cockpit and a single prisoner in a rear compartment. Operable equally well in atmosphere or in vacuum, it generally sticks to planetary enforcement. The Nähästĕksä Class is a remake of an Old Xanthalian military fighter design, and is a very high performance machine.
Dimensions: 7x7x2 meters.
Decks: not applicable.
-Powerplant: One substance/antisubstance reaction chamber (5 gigawatt output).
-Ion engines: maximum atmospheric speed 5,000 km/h, maximum speed 100,000 km/s.
-Maneuvering thrusters: turn radius at maximum atmospheric speed 4,000 meters.
-Fuel capacity: 100 liters.
-Fuel range: about 20 hours normal operation.
-Complement: 2 officers, 1 detainee.
-Laser cannon (rating 3):
--Fore: 1 (90˚ X-axis rotation, 90˚ Z-axis rotation).
-No shields.
-Armor rating: 1.
-Atmospheric flight capable.
-Takeoff/Landing capable with adequate landing pad.
-Ejectable cockpit.

Special duty:

Bodemeä (scout ship): $200,000,000
The Bodemeä Class is built fast and tough. Equipped with advanced long- and short-range sensors, its primary function in times of war is to autonomously scout out enemy fleets, obtain data, and return safely to deliver whatever information it has collected. It has two forward defensive häksä launchers, each loaded with five mines. It is also equipped with aft laser cannons to fend off pursuing ships and projectiles. In peacetime it can serve equally well as a science or courier ship.
Dimensions: 80x40x30 meters.
Decks: 13.
-Powerplant: One substance/antisubstance reaction chamber (80 petawatt maximum output).
-Ion engines: maximum speed 150,000 km/s.
-Space-time bubble generator.
-Maneuvering thrusters: turn radius at maximum speed 2,000,000 kilometers.
-Fuel capacity: 10,000 liters.
-Fuel range: about 50 days normal operation.
-Complement: 30 crew, 1 AI.
-Laser cannons (total 4, rating 3):
--Aft: 4 (90˚ X-axis rotation, 90˚ Z-axis rotation).
-Hoksas: 10.
-Shield power rating: 3.
-Armor rating: 4.
-Takeoff/Landing capable with adequate landing pad.
-Onboard/Detachable vessels:
--1 Käleka.
--5 Wĕko.


Käleka (light transport): $500,000
The Käleka light transport is the most mass-produced of all the Läböl’s ships. Incredibly functional, most larger ships carry at least one aboard to use both for transportation between vessels and facilities and as an escape vehicle when evacuation orders are issued. Because its facilities total up to be little more than engines and a basic AI for information storage and navigation, the two-compartment Käleka, though small, has a great deal of empty space by volume for transporting people, cargo, or any combination of the two.
Dimensions: 10x8x4 meters.
Decks: 1.
-Powerplant: One substance/antisubstance reaction chamber (10 terawatt output).
-Ion engines: maximum speed 50,000 km/s.
-Space-time bubble generator.
-Maneuvering thrusters: turn radius at maximum speed 200,000 kilometers.
-Fuel capacity: 1,000 liters.
-Fuel range: about 5 days normal operation.
-Complement: 2 crew, 1 AI, up to 30 passengers OR 150 cubic meters cargo.
-No weapons.
-No shields.
-Armor rating: 1.
-Takeoff/Landing capable with adequate landing pad.

Länjeä (personnel shuttle): $100,000
The Länjeä personnel shuttle is a very small vessel designed to carry up to twenty passengers in relative comfort within a solar system. It has no space-time bubble generator, but its powerful ion engines provide quick short-range transportation between planets, stations, and ships. Länjeäe are usually stationed aboard space stations and at planetary facilities.
Dimensions: 10x6x3 meters.
Decks: 1.
-Powerplant: One substance/antisubstance reaction chamber (10 gigawatt output).
-Ion engines: maximum speed 70,000 km/s.
-Maneuvering thrusters: turn radius at maximum speed 150,000 kilometers.
-Fuel capacity: 100 liters.
-Fuel range: about 1 day normal operation.
-Complement: 2 crew, up to 20 passengers.
-No weapons.
-No shields.
-Armor rating: 1.
-Takeoff/Landing capable with adequate landing pad.

Länyönä (heavy personnel transport): $1,000,000,000
A Säzonä modified for mass personnel transport. Capable of planetary water landings, it can be used to carry and sustain up to 1,000,000 soldiers along with all necessary baggage and equipment to and from surface worlds as well as between facilities in space. The tough, unarmed Länyönä is best suited to delivering into non-combat areas behind established defenses, but it can unload under fire for limited periods by extending its shields, or deploy troops and smaller equipment by Käleka.
Dimensions: 1,000x200x150 meters.
Decks: 35.
-Powerplant: One substance/antisubstance reaction chamber (200 petawatt maximum output).
-Ion engines: maximum speed 50,000 km/s.
-Space-time bubble generator.
-Maneuvering thrusters: turn radius at maximum speed 1,500,000 kilometers.
-Fuel capacity: 10,000 liters.
-Fuel range: about 30 days normal operation.
-Complement: 20 crew, 1 AI, up to 1,000,000 passengers and their equipment.
-Shield power rating: 4.
-Armor rating: 4.
-Takeoff/Landing capable with 50,000 meter strip of water at least 100 meters deep.
-Onboard/Detachable vessels:
--20 Käleka.
--5 Länjeä.
--10 Wĕko.

Säzonä (heavy supply ship): $1,000,000,000
The Säzonä is the heavy cargo ship of the Läböl fleet. Capable of planetary water landings, it can be used to carry large amounts of cargo to and from surface worlds as well as between facilities in space. Though it has the capability to serve the smaller-scale supply functions of the Säzoyl Class, the tough, unarmed Säzonä is best suited to long, direct hauls in non-combat situations. It can carry passengers instead of cargo in emergencies.
Dimensions: 1,000x200x150 meters.
Decks: 10.
-Powerplant: One substance/antisubstance reaction chamber (200 petawatt maximum output).
-Ion engines: maximum speed 50,000 km/s.
-Space-time bubble generator.
-Maneuvering thrusters: turn radius at maximum speed 1,500,000 kilometers.
-Fuel capacity: 100,000 liters.
-Fuel range: about 300 days normal operation.
-Complement: 20 crew, 1 AI, up to 10,000,000 cubic meters cargo OR 50,000 passengers.
-Shield power rating: 4.
-Armor rating: 4.
-Takeoff/Landing capable with 50,000 meter strip of water at least 100 meters deep.
-Onboard/Detachable vessels:
--5 Käleka.
--5 Länjeä.
--10 Wĕko.

Säzoyl (supply ship): $200,000,000
The Säzoyl Class supply ship is fully equipped to carry everything from weapons to food to fuel and deploy it where needed. Its versatility allows it to operate equally well as a routine transport ship or as a vital supply line to a battlefront and swap functions as a cargo or passenger ship with a one day refit. It has a long range, but travels more slowly than most combat ships. Lightly armed and moderately shielded, the Säzoyl is usually escorted when any trouble is expected.
Dimensions: 200x40x40 meters.
Decks: 6.
-Powerplant: One substance/antisubstance reaction chamber (100 petawatt maximum output).
-Ion engines: maximum speed 80,000 km/s.
-Space-time bubble generator.
-Maneuvering thrusters: turn radius at maximum speed 100,000 kilometers.
-Fuel capacity: 10,000 liters.
-Fuel range: about 50 days normal operation.
-Complement: 10 crew, 1 AI, up to 90,000 cubic meters cargo OR 5,000 passengers.
-Laser cannons (total 3, rating 2):
--Fore: 2 (90˚ X-axis rotation, 90˚ Z-axis rotation).
--Aft: 1 (180˚ Y-axis rotation, 180˚ X/Z-axis rotation).
-Shield power rating: 3.
-Armor rating: 2.
-Takeoff/Landing capable with adequate landing pad.
-Onboard/Detachable vessels:
--2 Käleka.
--5 Länjeä.
--5 Wĕko.

Sĕgno (personal transport): $500,000
A very small craft, what few facilities the Sĕgno shuttle has are devoted to making its single passenger comfortable. The simple but elegant command center is alone in the forward compartment, where the pilot (if one is aboard) spends his or her time. The rear compartment has a small lounge and bedroom area, as well as limited storage for consumables. On solo missions, the Sĕgno can be set to autopilot if the occupant wishes to retire to the rear compartment. While it is only intended for one passenger, the VIP facilities of the Sĕgno easily accommodate two. Thus, it can operate effectively with one, two, or three occupants. It also has a single, forward-mounted laser cannon to deter attackers.
(Shown with fins in open position.)
Dimensions (fins closed): 8x4x4 meters.
Dimensions (fins open): 8x4x10 meters.
Decks: 1.
-Powerplant: One substance/antisubstance reaction chamber (1 petawatt output).
-Ion engines: maximum speed 50,000 km/s.
-Space-time bubble generator.
-Maneuvering thrusters: turn radius at maximum speed 120,000 kilometers.
-Fuel capacity: 1,000 liters.
-Fuel range: about 5 days normal operation.
-Complement: 1 crew, up to 2 passengers.
-Laser cannon (rating 2):
--Fore: direct fire.
-No shields.
-Armor rating: 1.

Xanthal’s space facilities:

Fäbrel Yäzö (drydock/shipbuilding facility): $100,000,000,000
Fäbrel Yäzö is the designation given to all drydock facilities where starships can be built and maintained. They vary greatly in size and design, but are generally poorly armed and defended. This is acceptable because they are only built in well-established territory, where they can be defended by other ships and facilities.

Ĭntr Yäzö (operations starbase): $500,000,000,000
A large, well-defended facility designed to serve as a command post and staging area for Läböl personnel and operations. Equipped with station and fleet command centers as well as internal docking facilities for shuttles and external ports for larger ships, it can also service and supply other vessels to a limited extent.

Käs Yäzö (full-service starbase): $500,000,000,000,000
A massive facility almost fifty billion cubic meters in volume, the Käs Yäzö is designed as a full-service military and civilian use starbase. With expansive and luxurious facilities for peace and top-of-the-line defensive systems for war, this facility is as impressive as it is cripplingly expensive.

Säzoyl Yäzö (supply station): $100,000,000
A large, minimally-staffed storage facility used to store consumables, ordinance, and other supplies for military or nonmilitary starships. Support fleets are usually staged from these stations.

Vĕş Yäzö (antisubstance fuel station): $50,000,000
A very simple automated facility, a Vĕş Yäzö station has three compartments: one for refining antisubstance from liquid xenon, and one each for storing substance and antisubstance fuel. It must be resupplied with xenon by supply vessel, or directly if the station is situated in a nebula. It has a single docking port at the end of a long arm that keeps vessels at a safe distance from the fuel storage compartments to minimize the possibility of accidents. This port has three pipelines, one each for dispensing substance and antisubstance fuel and one for pumping in new xenon gas for refinement. It also has a narrow hallway, from which monitoring and maintenance staff can access the station.
Dimensions:1,000x400x200 meters.
-Powerplant: One substance/antisubstance reaction chamber (5 gigawatt output).
-Positional correction/stabilization maneuvering thrusters.
-Fuel capacity: 1,500 megaliters of substance fuel, 1,500 megaliters of antisubstance fuel.
-Complement: 1 crew, 1 AI.
-No weapons.
-Shield power rating.
-Armor rating: 1.

Labule facilities and fleets in service:

Facilities (YLZ):

Fäbrel Yäzö:
Total in service: 7
Designations and locations:
-01: In orbit of Mirfak III
-02-03: In orbit of Mirfak II
-04: Between the orbits of Mirfak III and Mirfak IV
-05-06: In orbit of Than IV
-07: In orbit of Trasnia VI

Ĭntr Yäzö:
Total in service: 7
Designations and locations:
-08-09: In orbit of Mirfak III
-10: In orbit of Mirfak IV
-11: In orbit of Than VI
-12: In orbit of Than VI
-13-14: In orbit of Trasnia VI

Käs Yäzö:
Total in service: 2
Designations and locations:
-15: In orbit of Mirfak III
-16: In orbit of Trasnia VI

Säzoyl Yäzö:
Total in service: 24
Designations and locations:
-17: In orbit of IGC107-ISC2 II
-18: In orbit of IGC278-ISC18 II
-19: In orbit of IGC278-ISC21
-20: In orbit of IGC2184-ISC24 IV
-21-23: In orbit of Mirfak III
-24-27: In orbit of Mirfak IV
-28-29: In orbit of Than IV
-30-34: In orbit of Than VI
-35-40: In orbit of Trasnia VI

Vĕş Yäzö:
Total in service: 138
Designations and locations:
-41-43: In orbit of IGC107-ISC2 II
-44-46: In orbit of IGC278-ISC18 II
-47-49: In orbit of IGC278-ISC21 I
-50-55: In orbit of IGC2184-ISC24 IV
-56-59: In orbit of Mirfak II
-60-81: In orbit of Mirfak III
-82-107: In orbit of Mirfak IV
-108-120: In orbit of Than IV
-121-144: In orbit of Than VI
-145-178: In orbit of Trasnia VI

Fleets (KLZ):
Fleet number: fleet function. Fleet ships. Integrity.
First Fleet: planetary defense. 100 Hokäl, 50 Jĕl. High.
Second Fleet: planetary defense. 100 Hokäl, 50 Jĕl. High.
Third Fleet: planetary defense. 100 Hokäl, 50 Jĕl. High.
Fourth Fleet: planetary defense. 100 Hokäl, 50 Jĕl. High.
Fifth Fleet: system defense. 50 Hokäl, 500 Jĕl, 100 Lĕsö. Medium.
Sixth Fleet: system defense. 50 Hokäl, 500 Jĕl, 100 Lĕsö. Medium.
Seventh Fleet: system defense. 50 Hokäl, 500 Jĕl, 100 Lĕsö. Medium.
Eighth Fleet: line defense. 100 Hokäl, 50 Jĕl. High.
Ninth Fleet: long-range defensive operations. 50 Hokäl, 100 Jĕl, 50 Lĕsö, 1 Ĭntr Yäzö Voyäl. Medium.
Tenth Fleet: target assault. 50 Hokäl, 10 Jĕl, 20 Lĕsö. High.
Eleventh Fleet: target assault. 50 Hokäl, 10 Jĕl, 20 Lĕsö. High.
Twelfth Fleet: area patrol. 40 Jĕl, 20 Lĕsö, 10 Bodemeä. Medium.
Thirteenth Fleet: combat reconnaissance. 10 Jĕl, 10 Bodemeä. High.
Fourteenth Fleet: combat reconnaissance. 10 Jĕl, 10 Bodemeä. High.
Fifteenth Fleet: general reconnaissance. 10 Lĕsö, 10 Bodemeä. Low.
Sixteenth Fleet: massive troop transport. 50 Hokäl, 100 Jĕl, 10 Lĕsö, 50 Käleka, 1 Länyönä, 1 Säzonä, 10 Säzoyl. High.
Seventeenth Fleet: combat troop transport. 50 Jĕl, 10 Lĕsö, 10 Käleka, 10 Säzoyl. High.
Eighteenth Fleet: combat troop transport. 50 Jĕl, 10 Lĕsö, 10 Käleka, 10 Säzoyl. High.
Nineteenth Fleet: general troop transport. 50 Käleka, 10 Säzoyl. Low.
Twentieth Fleet: general troop transport. 50 Käleka, 10 Säzoyl. Low.
Twenty-first Fleet: long-range supply. 20 Lĕsö, 5 Säzonä, 10 Säzoyl. High.
Twenty-second Fleet: long-range supply. 20 Lĕsö, 5 Säzonä, 10 Säzoyl. High.
Twenty-third Fleet: short-range supply. 50 Käleka, 50 Säzoyl. Medium.
Twenty-fourth Fleet: short-range supply. 50 Käleka, 50 Säzoyl. Medium.
Twenty-fifth Fleet: short-range supply. 50 Käleka, 50 Säzoyl. Medium.
Twenty-sixth Fleet: general supply. 50 Käleka, 5 Säzonä, 50 Säzoyl. Low.
Twenty-seventh Fleet: general supply. 50 Käleka, 5 Säzonä, 50 Säzoyl. Low.
Twenty-eighth Fleet: general supply. 50 Käleka, 5 Säzonä, 50 Säzoyl. Low.
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Alphabet/pronunciation guide:
A/a – pay
Ä/ä – father
Ă/ă – pat
E/e – bee
Ĕ/ĕ – pet
I/i – pie
Ĭ/ĭ – pit
O/o – oh
Ö/ö – boot
B/b – buy
D/d – die
F/f – faze
G/g – gill
H/h – hat
J/j – justice
K/k – kind
L/l – lamp
M/m – master
N/n – no
P/p – pastor
R/r – roll
S/s – sand
Ş/ş – ship
T/t – tally
Ŧ/ŧ – thin
V/v – vat
W/w – wait
Y/y – yak
Z/z – zebra
Ž/ž – vision
(Consonants are appended with “ĕ” when a letter is referred to directly)

Word/Context modifiers:
ös- – Minimizer. ex. small-very small, small-smaller.
ösär- – Strong minimizer. ex. small-tiny, small-smallest.
län- – Subject conversion. ex. intrude-intruder, art-artist, imperial-imperialist.
mĭk- – Stressor. ex. big-very big, big-bigger.
mĭkär- – Strong stressor. ex. big-gigantic, big-biggest.
nel- – Negative. ex. impressive-unimpressive, conceivable-inconceivable.
-ärk – Possibility modifier. ex. speak-speakable, modify-malleable.
-äl – Possessive. Sub. -‘s. Noun-adjective conversion.
-e – Plural.
--Note: To pluralize nouns ending with a vowel (a, ä, ă, e, ĕ, i, ĭ, o, ö) replace the final letter with “e” unless the second-to-last letter is an “e,” in which case an “e” should simply be added after the final vowel.
-eos – Noun-verb conversion. ex. choice-choose/chose
-or – Present-past tense verb conversion

Mirfakan/English Dictionary:
arĕst (n.) – Knowledge
arĕsteos (v.) – Aware/Know
až (n.) – Alphabet/Language
äbĭnseos (v.) – Wonder/Wondered/Wondering
äbnä (n.) – 6/Six/Sixth
äbnäl (adj.) – Number Six/Sixth
ädĭs (n.) – Addition/Count/Enumeration/Number/Sum
ädĭseos (conj.) – Add/Added to/Plus
ädsĭl (n.) – Military
ädsĭläl (adj.) – Militaristic
äk (v./prep.) – Include/Involve/On/With
äkt (n.) – Activation/Effectiveness
äktäl (adj.) – Activated/Active/Effective/On/Online
äkteos (v.) – Activate/Turn on
älärĭk (n.) – Accident/Error/Mistake
älĕdrä (n.) – Function/System
älm (n.) – Officer/Official
älmäl (adj.) – Official
ält (n.) – Unit (of measurement (currency, weight, length, time, volume, etc.))
ältölĭm (n.) – Loss
ältölĭmäl (adj.) – Lost/Missing
ältölĭmeos (v.) – Disappear/Lose
änyö (n.) – Clause (of a paper)/Dumb/Idiot/Moron/Stupid
änyöäl (adj.) – Idiotic/Moronic/Stupid
äpren (adv.) – About/Approximately/Around
äpres (n.) – Arrest/Capture/Detainment
äpreseos (v.) – Arrest/Capture/Catch/Detain
äpsa (n.) – (Ion) Engine
ärk (n.) – Ability/Capability/Entitlement/Right
ärkäl (adj.) – Able/Capable/Entitled/Equipped/Possible
ärkeos (aux.v.) – Able to/Can
äsk (n.) – Question
äskäl (adj.) – Curious/Inquisitive
äskeos (v.) – Ask/Inquire
ästeos (v./aux.v.) – Will/Shall
ätsĕn (n.) – Business/Corporation
äwr (n.) – Hour
ălfä (n.) – Ally/Comrade/Friend
ălfäşrä (n.) – Friendship
ălfĭn (n.) – Executive branch leader of the Mirfakan national government
ălfĭnbäkrĭt (n.) – Hereditary leader/King/Prince (limited authority)
ălfĭntot (n.) – Chief/Dictator/(Overall) Leader/Ruler
ălfĭntotbäkrĭt (n.) – Hereditary leader/King/Prince (total authority)
eäl (adj.) – Current/Present
eĕ (adv.) – Except/Exclude/Negative/No/Not/Without
eo (adv.) – Now
edĭl (n.) – Pledge/Promise
edĭläl (adj.) – Pledged/Promised
edĭleos (v.) – Pledge/Promise/Swear (to)
ekäl (n.) – Proton
el (v.) – Conduct/Did/Do/Execute/Perform
ensä (prep.) – In
ĕg (n.) – Electricity/(Electric) Energy
ĕgäl (adj.) – Electric/Electronic
ĕgyölf (n.) – Electromagnet
ĕgyölfäl (adj.) – Electromagnetic
ĕksä (n.) – Constitution/Law/Rule
ĕksäl (adj.) – Allowed/Constitutional/Lawful/Legal/Legally
ĕkseos (v.) – Allow/Legislate/Let/Ordain
ĕlĭv (n.) – Advantage/Assistance/Benefit/Good/Help/Profit/Promotion/Welfare/Well-being
ĕlĭväl (adj.) – Advantageous/Good/Profitable/Positive
ĕlĭveos (v.) – Assist/Help/Promote
ĕlnä (n.) – 7/Seven/Seventh
ĕlnäl (adj.) – Number Seven/Seventh
ĕmpir (n.) – Empire
ĕmpiräl (adj.) – Imperial
ĕnlä (n.) – Access
ĕnläl (adj.) – Accessible
ĕnleos (v.) – Discover/Find/Locate/Meet
ĕsteos (v./aux.v.) – Am/Are/Become/Has been (and is)/Is
ĕşeos (v.) – Calculate/Reconcile/Solve
id (n.) – Magic/Something not scientifically explainable
ĭbön (n.) – Evening/Night
ĭdoseos (v.) – Begin/Commence/Engage/Initiate/Start
ĭln (n.) – Cloth
ĭmpĕs (n.) – Guilt/Infraction/Offense/Transgression/Violation
ĭmpĕsäl (adj.) – Guilty/Offender/Transgressor/Violator
ĭmpĕseos (v.) – Offend/Transgress/Violate
ĭmpĕsjäjeos (v.) – Charge/Prosecute
ĭnĕn (n.) – Destiny/Fate
ĭnĕnäl (adj.) – Destined/Fated
ĭnk (n.) – Citizenship
ĭnkäl (adj.) – Domestic/In (the)/Inhabitant/Inner/Inside/Internal/Into/Native
ĭntosäl (adj.) – Busy/Occupied
ĭntr (n.) – Business/Commerce/Operation/Service/Work
ĭnträl (adj.) – Operating/Running/Working
ĭntreos (v.) – Operate/Run/Serve/Work
ĭsteos (v./aux.v.) – Was/Were/Would
oĭdl (n.) – Investigation/Research/Study
oĭdläl (adj.) – In the process of investigation/research/study
oĭdleos (v.) – Investigate/Research/Study
oĭfnä (n.) – Drill/Education/Practice/Training
oĭfnäl (adj.) – In the process of education/practice/training
oĭfneos (v.) – Educate/Practice/Teach/Train
oĭnsä (n.) – Data/Information/Knowledge
oĭnsäl (adj.) – Educated/Informed/Knowledgeable
oĭnseos (v.) – Brief/Inform
obänäl (adj.) – Automated/Automatic/Automatically
obesa (n.) – Equipment/Technology
obkäs (n.) – Artificial intelligence/Computer
oken (n.) – Intrusion/Invasion
okenäl (adj.) – Intrude/Invade
okeneos (v.) – Intrude/Invade
olĭn (n.) – Away/External/Foreigner/Observer/Out/Outside/Outsider
olĭnäl (adj.) – Foreign/Observer/Outer/Outside
olĭns (n.) – Eye
olĭnsäl (adj.) – Visual
olĭnseos (v.) – Check/Look/Monitor/Observe/See
onsa (adv./v.) – Again/Play (back)/Re-/Relate/Repeat/Say again
ortä (n./pron.) – Another/Other
ortäl (adj.) – Another/Other
ortölĭm (adj./adv.) – Ago/Complete/Done/Finished/Full/Gone/Over/Pass/Past
ovĭn (n.) – Apportion/Distribute/Spread
ovĭneos (v.) – Apportion/Distribute/Spread
owär (n.) – Speaker/Speaker of the Council/Speech/Teller/Word
owäreos (v.) – Say/Speak/Talk/Tell
onsapötälos (n.) – Reunion
öĕl (n.) – Deactivation
öĕläl (adj.) – Deactivated/Inactive/Off/Offline
öĕleos (v.) – Deactivate/Turn off
ök (pron.) – He/Her/Him/It/She
ökäl (adj.) – Hers/His/Its
öke (pron.) – Others/Them/They
ökeäl (adj.) – Their/Theirs
ölĭl (n.) – Radar/Scan/Scanner/Sensor
ölĭleos (v./tr.v.) – Detect/Scan/Sense
ösäl (adj.) – Below/Under
öseyä (n.) – Car
ösyä (n.) – Cart
öt (conj.) – Or
bas (n.) – Normalcy/Regularity/Standard
basäl (adj.) – Normal/Regular/Standard
baseos (v.) – Normalize/Standardize
bäflĭn (pron.) – Profane derogatory term: extreme disgusting worthlessness [of subject]
bäkrĭt (n.) – Family (biological relations)
bäl (adj.) – Easy/Simple/Uncomplicated
bänzilän (n.) – Hatred (towards a person)
bänziläneos (intr.v./v.) – Dislike/Hate
bärä (n.) – Flower
bäsrĭk (n.) – Evil
beyörö (n.) – Fleet
bĕkĕl (n.) – Definition/Identity
bĕkĕleos (v.) – Define/Identify
bĕl (n.) – Field
bĕsfrä (n.) – Civilization/Country/Nation/Society
bĕsfräl (adj.) – Federal/National
bĕsfrädĭväl (adj.) – International
bĭlĕk (n.) – Restoration
bĭlĕkeos (v.) – Restore/Return
bĭnĕk (n.) – Give up/Surrender
bĭnĕkeos (v.) – Surrender
boäl (adj.) – Beautiful/Handsome/Pretty
bodemeä (n.) – Scout (ship)
bomowäs (n.) – Commodore/Major
bögä (n.) – Barrier/Defense/Divider/Keeper/Protection/Shield/Wall
bögäl (adj.) – Protected
bögeos (v.) – Defend/Ensure/Insure/Keep/Protect
blĕsäl (adj.) – Ugly
da (n.) – Day/Date
danä (n.) – Age/Era
dädaäks (n.) – Normal space
dädaäksösä (n.) – Subspace
dägsäns (n.) – Escape
dägsänsäl (adj.) – Escapable
dägsänseos (v.) – Escape/Escaped/Escaping
dägsĭn (n.) – Method/Process
däž (n.) – Future
däz (n.) – (The vacuum of) Space (in general)
däzäl (adj.) – Spatial
dev (n.) – Amendment/Change/Difference/Reform/Variance
deväl (adj.) – Different/Distinct/Exclusive/Only/Unique
deveos (v.) – Amend/Change/Differ/Transfer/Vary
dĕknä (n.) – 10/Ten
dĕl (n.) – Mall/Shopping center
dĕseos (adv.) – Promptly/Shortly/Soon/Quickly
diho (n.) – High court of the judicial branch of the Mirfakan national government
dihoäl (n.) – (Of the) Judicial branch
diskön (n.) – Communication/Correspondence/Transmission
diskönäl (adj.) – Communicable/Social
disköneos (v.) – Communicate/Contact/Correspond/Transmit
dĭk (n.) – Nose
dĭv (n.) – Divide/Rift/Separation (see “buga”)
dĭväl (adj.) – Between/Betwixt
dĭvĭs (n.) – Division/Product
dĭvĭseos (conj./v./tr.v.) – Divide/Divided by/Over/Per
dĭzäl (adj.) – Cold
dol (v.) – Bring/Lead/Take
dolsä (n.) – Weakness
dolsäl (adj.) – Weak
dond (conj.) – Where
dondeos (adv.) – Where
dontĕp (conj.) – Until/When
fal (n.) – Multiplication/Quotient
faleos (conj./v./tr.v.) – Multiply/Times
fäbrel (n.) – Building/Development/End product
fäbreleos (v.) – Build/Compose/Create/Develop/Establish/Make/Manufacture
fänĕb (n.) – Male
fänĕbäl (adj.) – Masculine
fänbrĕl (n.) – Belonging/Possession/Property
fĕkeos (v.) – Fly/Rise
fĕkleo (n.) – Dawn/Sunrise
fĕktodä (n.) – Aerospace/Aviation/Helm
fĕktodeos (v.) – Fly (a craft)/Pilot
fĭnĕş (n.) – Organization
fĭş (n.) – Cloud/Nebula
fräsäs (n.) – Space-time bubble/cluster
frod (n.) – Admiral/Colonel
fwäs (n.) – Planespace
gähol (n.) – Bridge/Command center
gäkö (n.) – Matter/Substance (fuel)
gälĕn (n.) – Academy/School/University
gĕnş (n.) – Substance/Antisubstance reactor
gikö (n.) – Diplomacy
giköäl (adj.) – Diplomatic
gĭmĕs (n.) – Security
gol (n.) – Space-time
gona (n.) – Pressure suit/EV suit
gonä (n.) – 4/Four/Fourth
gonäl (adj.) – Number Four/Fourth
goneos (adv.) – Fourth
gönänä (n.) – Insanity
gönänäl (adj.) – Crazy/Insane
gönkäk (n.) – Ensign/Private
grähälĕl (n.) – Supreme Commander
greşnoäl (adj.) – Serious/Solemn
häksä (n.) – Space-Time Mine
häst (n.) – Compulsion/Requirement/Qualification/Standard
hästäl (adj.) – Compulsory/Necessary/Qualified/Required
hästeos (v./aux.v./mod.v.) – Compel/Enforce/Force/Impose/Must/Need/Require (command form)
hästĕksä (n.) – Law enforcement object. See Kuscosal Gimesi Bule.
hästĕžeos (v./aux.v./mod.v.) – Need/Require
henä (n.) – Hundred
heyömĕn (n.) – Human (species)
hĕlĕn (aux.v.) – Ought to/Should
hĕneb (n.) – Strength
hĕnebäl (adj.) – Strong
hĕnebeos (v.) – Strengthen
hĕnebtĭl (n.) – Adventure/Courage/Valor
hĕnebtĭläl (adj.) – Adventurous/Courageous/Gallant/Heroic/Intrepid/Valiant/Valorous
hokäl (n.) – Guard (ship)
hön (n.) – Safety/Security
hönäl (adj.) – Safe/Safely/Secure
höneos (v.) – Secure/Secured/Securing
jäj (n.) – Judge/Justice
jäjäl (adj.) – Fair/Just
jäjeos (n./v.) – Judicial action (Punish/Punishment/Sentence)
jäsĭl (n.) – Hull/Outer wall
jĕl (n.) – Assault (ship)
jĕnret (n.) – Generator
jit (conj.) – How
jĭnĕl (n.) – Alert/Warning
jok (n.) – Value/Worth
jöĭn (n.) – Crewman/Recruit
jöd (n.) – Equality/Justice/Similarity
jödäl (adj.) – Equal/Equally/Just/Same/Similar
jölnä (n.) – 8/Eight/Eighth
jölnäl (adj.) – Number Eight/Eighth
ka (adv.) – Also/As well/Too
kalĕl (adv.) – Please (polite request)
kädbeörö (n.) – Squadron
käfäl (adj.) – Big/Esteem/Great/Important/Large
käl (adj.) – Small/Smaller
käleka (n.) – Small transport ship class
kälnä (n.) – Champion/Hero/Savior
käna (n.) – Bank/Safe/Treasury/Vault
känl (n.) – Dock/Landing area
känläl (adj.) – Docked/Landed
känleos (v.) – Dock/Land
känrä (n.) – Anarchy/Chaos/Confusion/Disorder
känräl (adj.) – Anarchic/Chaotic/Confused/Disorderly
känreos (v.) – Confuse
känsäl (adj.) – Following/Next
käranä (n.) – Breach/Crack/Hole/Tear
käs (n.) – Base/Home/House/Origin
käseos (tr.v.) – Based/Housed
käsnä (n.) – 1/Beginning/First/High/One/Original
käsnäl (adj.) – First/Number One
käşezä (n.) – Hotel/Motel
käwnsl (n.) – Legislative branch of the Mirfakan national government
käwnsläl (n.) – Councilor/Member of the Council
käws (n.) – Election/Vote
käwsäl (adj.) – Elected
käwseos (v.) – Elect/Vote
käžö (n.) – Vision
ke (n.) – Here/Herein
keos (v.) – Minimize/Quell/Shrink
ker (n.) – Hitman/Killer
keräl (adj.) – Destroyer/Killer
kereos (v.) – Destroy/Eliminate/Kill (People)
kĕl (pron.) – What/Which
kĕläl (adj.) – What/Which
kĕlăk (n.) – Request
kĕlăkeos (tr.v.) – Request/Requested/Requesting
kĕldräl (adj.) – All/Each/Every
kĕş (n.) – Trash/Waste
kĕşlän pläs (n.) – Bathroom (toilet)
kĭnĕk (n.) – Formation/Pattern
kĭns (n.) – Bill/Amount owed/Cost/Debt
kĭnseos (v./tr.v.) – Owe
kĭnten (n.) – Gift/Present
kolsăk (n.) – (Space) Ship/Starship/Vessel
korĕl (n.) – Correction
korĕläl (adj.) – Correctional
korĕleos (v.) – Correct
köfäleä (n.) – Governor/Regional Alphin
köfäzĕt (n.) – Assignment/Duty/Goal/Mission/Schedule
köfäzĕtäl (adj.) – Assigned/Delegated/Scheduled
köfäzĕteos (tr.v.) – Assign
köskos (n.) – Agency/Ministry/Organization
krĕs (n.) – Shape
krĕsäl (adj.) – Shaped
krĕseos (v.) – Shape/Shaped/Shaping
kwĭnält (n.) – Unit of Mirfakan currency
kwĭnĭk (n.) – Currency/Money
kwĭnplöto (n.) – (Economic) Prosperity
kyösĕn (n.) – Lock/Seal
kyösĕnäl (adj.) – Locked/Sealed
kyösĕneos (v.) – Lock/Seal
läböl (pr.n.) – Xanthalian Star Forces
läfĕkäl (adj.) – Amazing/Spectacular
länĕs (adj.) – Corporeal/Physical/Tangible
länĕsbögä (n.) – Armor/Physical shield
länjeä (n.) – Shuttle
länpötälosäl (adj.) – Civilized (respected as superior in public grace and order)
länyö (n.) – Life/Animal/Person
länyöerĕg (n.) – Democracy
länyöerĕgäl (adj.) – Democratic
länyöesame (n.) – Republic
lăk (n.) – Lament/Sorrow
lănănäl (adj.) – Manual/Manually
leo (n.) – Sun/Star
leosĭn (n.) – (Star) System
leötkos (n.) – Separation
leötkosäl (adj.) – Alone/Apart/Expelled/Independent/Individual/Respective/Separate
leötkoseos (v.) – Expel/Fire/Release/Separate
lĕnev (n.) – Fire/Flame
lĕnyä (n.) – Gun
lĕnye (n.) – Pistol
lĕnyĕg (n.) – Railgun
lĕnyo (n.) – Rifle
lĕnyö (n.) – Cannon
lĕnyöjö (n.) – Antiproton cannon
lĕsö (n.) – Patrol (ship)
lĕtlös (n.) - 299,792,458 meters per second/c./Speed of light (in a vacuum)
lĕtnä (n.) – Speed/Velocity
lĭbyön (n.) – Territory
log (n.) – Chart/Guide/Layout/Map
losvet (n.) – Art
losvetowär (n.) – Poem/Poetry
lönä (n.) – 5/Fifth/Five
lönäl (adj.) – Fifth/Number Five
lönäeos (adv.) – Fifth
lös (n.) – Light
lötkos (n.) – Freedom/Liberty
lötkosäl (adj.) – Free/Immune/Liberated
lötkoseos (v.) – Free/Liberate
mastekeos (v.) – Love (plutonic)
mä (adj.) – Real/True
mältäl (adj.) – Good/Skilled
mänd (n.) – Debate/Issue/Topic
mänŧ (n.) – Month
mätä (n.) – 2/Second/Two
mätäl (adj.) – Auxiliary/Second/Secondary/Number Two
mäteos (adv.) – Second
mätsöt (n.) – Commander/Sergeant
mănowäs (n.) – Captain/Sergeant
me (conj.) – As/While
menöt (n.) – Minute
mes (conj.) – As long as/If/Provided that
met (n.) – Bill/Decision [to be made]/Resolution
metăk (n.) – Agreement/Approval/Assent/Choice/Concurrence/Consensus/Decision/Judgment/Verdict
metăkäl (adj.) – Agreed/Chosen
metăkeos (v.) – Agree/Approve/Ascertain/Assent/Choose/Chose/Concur/Consent/Decide/Determine/Judge/Pass
metr (n.) – Meter
metz (n.) – Pulse
mĕk (n.) – Apparatus/Device/Machine
mĭf (n.) – Glory/Grandeur/Majesty/Splendor
mĭfäl (adj.) – Glorious/Grandiose/Majestic/Splendid
mĭfsäl (adj.) – Awesome/Cool/Good/Nice
mĭns (n.) – Garbage/Junk
mor (tr.v.) – Along/At/Forward/On/Onward
mrkäl (adj.) – Fewer/Less
näböl (pr.n.) – Xanthalian planetary forces
nähĕn (n.) – Ground/Planet/World
nähĕnäl (adj.) – Planetary
näleos (tr.v.) – Comprehend/Know/Speak/Understand [subject]
năl (v.) – Stay
nelärkäl (adj.) – Incapable/Unable
nenä (n.) – 9/Nine/Ninth
nenäl (adj.) – Number Nine/Ninth
netăk (n.) – Disagreement/Disapproval/Dissent/Objection
netăkeos (v.) – Disagree/Disapprove/Dissent/Object
nĕrĭsäl (adj.) – Broken/Damaged/Destroyed
nĕrĭseos (v.) – Break/Damage/Destroy
nĕsteos (v.) – Compliment/Flatter
nĭnĕl (n.) – Allotment/Delivery/Grant/Writ
nĭnĕleos (v.) – Allot/Deliver/Give/Grant/Issue/Present/Provide
nĭnĕseos (v.) – Dispatch/Send
nosĕn (n.) – Circumstance/Problem/Situation
päl (adj.) – Useful
pär (int.) – Greetings/Hello/Hey/Hi/Yo
päreos (v.) – Greet/Welcome
päröseos (v.) – Hail/Salute
pärt (n.) – Arrival/Entrance/Entry
pärteos (v.) – Board/Enter/Report (to a location/for duty)
päž (n.) – Survivor
päžeos (v.) – Endure/Last/Survive
pe (n.) – Object/Subject/Thing
pepötälos (n.) – Alliance/Group/Party
peos (v.) – Use/Utilize
pĕl (pron.) – Anyone/Anything
pĕläl (adj.) – Any
pĕleä (n.) – Transportation
pĭnäk (adv.) – Maybe/Perhaps
por (adv.) – Anyway/But/Nevertheless/Regardless/Still
poseb (aux.v.) – May/Might
posĭkeos (v.) – Annex/Claim
posĭl (n.) – Recipient
posĭleos (v.) – Accept/Achieve/Attain/Collect/Gain/Get/Obtain/Receive/Take
posoĭneos (v.) – Learn
postäl (adj.) – After/Following
posteos (v.) – Follow
pötälos (n.) – Fusion/Union/Unit/Unity
pötälosäl (adj.) – Fused/Joined/Together/United
pötäloseos (v.) – Fuse/Join/Unite
pläs (n.) – Quarters/Room/Room set (as in an apartment, condominium, or hotel)
pläsĭm (n.) – Plasma
pläsĭn (n.) – Area/Department/District/Location/Part/Place/Region/Section/Section (of a document)/Sector
pläsĭntĕp (n.) – Shift
plösä (n.) – At most/By/Maximum
plötäl (adj.) – A lot/Lots/Many/More
plöteos (adv.) – More
plöto (n./pron.) – Backup/More/Reinforcements
prävĭns (n.) – Article (of a paper)/Province/State
preäl (adj.) – Before/Former/Prior
prelänyö (n.) – Ancestor/Predecessor
premäl (adj.) – Main/Primary
prĕs (n.) – Action/Behavior/Being
prĕseos (v.) – Act/Be/Been/Behave/Being/Constitute
ra (n.) – Life
raäl (adj.) – Alive
raeos (v.) – Live
ratel (n.) – Ear
rateläl (adj.) – Audio
rateleos (v.) – Hear/Listen
rä (n./pron.) – Attendance/There
räeos (adv.) – Attend/Present/There/Thereof
räžyö (n.) – Female
räžyöäl (adj.) – Feminine
regärd (prep.) – About/Regarding
rĕg (n.) – Authority/Command/Control/Government/Power/Signature
rĕgäl (adj.) – Authorized
rĕgeos (v.) – Authorize/Control/Govern/Lead/Preside/Rule/Sign
rĕgnä (n.) – Rank
rĕleos (v.) – Open
rĕm (n.) – Evacuation/Vacancy
rĕmäl (adj.) – Empty/Evacuated/Vacant
rĕmeos (v.) – Empty/Evacuate/Vacate
rĕpeos (v.) – Answer/Reply/Respond
rĕs (n.) – Answer/Reply
rĕseos (v.) – Answer/Explain
rĕş (n.) – Circuit
rĕt (n.) – Battleship
rĕteos (v.) – Compensate/Pay
rĕtö (n.) – Compensation/Pay/Payment/Tax
ro (n.) – Door/Hatch
rod (n.) – Escort/Guide/Navigation
rodäz (n.) – Airlock
rodeos (v.) – Guide/Navigate/Pilot/Steer
ros (n.) – Width
sam (n.) – Ambassador/Representative
samäl (adj.) – Representative
sameos (v.) – Represent
saräl (adj.) – Closed/Filled/Shut
sareos (v.) – Close/Fill/Shut
sasa (n.) – Echo
säşäl (adj.) – Aboard/Onboard
säşö (n.) – Crew/Team
säv (n.) – Headquarters
säzoyl (n.) – Supply (ship)
säzoyläl (n.) – Supplier
säzoyleos (v.) – Supplied/Supply/Supplying
seöl (n.) – Corridor/Hallway
seölĭt (n.) – Axis/Course/Direction/Path
seölĭtäl (adj.) – Direct/Straightforward
sewä (pron.) – One
sĕgno (n.) – Personal transport ship
sĕk (n.) – Death
sĕkäl (adj.) – Dead
sĕkeos (v.) – Die
sĕkĕnd (n.) – Second (time)
sĕl (n.) – Case/Event/Occurrence
sĕleos (intr.v.) – Happen/Occur/Transpire
sĕlĭn (n.) – Uniform
sĕnmon (n.) – Lieutenant/Specialist
sĕs (conj.) – Why
sĭl (pron.) – You/Yourself
sĭläl (adj.) – Your/Yours
so (n.) – Truth
soäl (adj.) – Honestly/Truthfully
soporökä (n.) – Battle/Combat/Conflict/Fight/War
soporökäl (adj.) – Combatant/Contestant/Fighter/Warrior
soporökeos (v.) – Battle/Combat/Fight
sord (n.) – Space-time gate
sos (n.) – Length
soyä (n.) – Tea
söetän (n.) – Bond/Connection/Relations/Relationship/Tie
söetänäl (adj.) – Bonded/Connected/Tied
söetäneos (v.) – Bond/Connect/Tie
sönĕs (n.) – Energy/Power
sönĕsböga (n.) – Forcefield/Energy shield
sömed (n.) – Pacifism/Pacifist/Peace/Tranquility
sömedäl (adj.) – Pacifistic/Peaceful/Peacefully/Tranquil
skäl (adj.) – Adjacent/Beside/Near to/Next to
skĕm (n.) – Wing
späräl (adj.) – Clean
späreos (v.) – Clean
spiöt (n.) – Bomb/Explosive
şä (n.) – Banner/Flag/Standard/Symbol
şekot (n.) – Secrecy/Secret
şekotäl (adj.) – Confidential/Secret
şezäl (adj.) – Temporary
şo (prep./tr.v.) – Against/Oppose
şoäl (adj.) – Against/Contrary/Negative (number)/Opposite
ta (n.) – Guest/Visitor
taäks (n.) – Barrage
täws (n.) – Limit/Regulation/Restriction
täwsäl (adj.) – Limit/Regulate/Restrict
täwseos (v.) – Control/Limit/Regulate/Restrict
tăsĭn (n.) – Cargo
te (prep.) – As/Like
teäl (prep.) – Across/Among/Through
teäleos (adv./tr.v.) – Across/Cross
tepläl (adj.) – Correct/Right
tĕkĕn (v.) – Have
tĕkĭn (v.) – Had
tĕl (pron.) – That/This
tĕläl (adj.) – That/This
tĕlda (n.) – Today
tĕp (n.) – Time
tĕpäl (adj.) – Temporal
tĕpärkäl (adj.) – Available/Prepared/Ready/Standby
tĕpärkeos (v.) – Prepare
tĕsktĕpäl (adj.) – Imminent
tĭl (pron.) – That/This was (the)/This [noun] was (the)
tĭsktĕpäl (adj.) – Recent
tos (n.) – Height
tot (n.) – All/Eternity/Infinity/Universe (all-encompassing term)
totäl (adj.) – Common/Entire/Eternal/General/Infinite/Universal/Whole
toteos (adv.) – All/Commonly/Eternally/Infinitely/Forever/Universally
tö (prep.) – For/To/To be/To the/Towards
tri (n.) – Galaxy
trm (n.) – Station/Terminal
trmĭn (n.) – Adjournment/End/Final/Last/Resolution
trmĭnäl (adj.) – Ended/Final/Last
trmĭneos (adv.) – Adjourn/Cancel/Cease/End/Resolve/Stop
tsĭt (n.) – Shock/Surprise
ŧeo (n.) – Assembly/Meeting/Proceeding/Session
ŧeoeos (v.) – Assemble/Meet
ŧenä (n.) – Thousand
vanä (n.) – 3/Third/Three
vanäl (adj.) – Third/Number Three
vaneos (adv.) – Third
var (n.) – Exhibition/Show
varäl (adj.) – Public
varäleötkos (n.) – Capitalism
varäleötkosäl (adj.) – Capitalist
varäpötälos (n.) – Communism/Socialism
varäpötälosäl (adj.) – Communist/Socialist
vareos (v.) – Declassify/Display/Publish/Reveal/Show
vä (n.) – Emotion/Feeling
väk (n.) – Laser
välä (n.) – Happiness/Joy
väläl (adj.) – Content/Happy/Joyful
väleos (intr.v./v.) – Enjoy/Like
välpos (n.) – Ego/Pride
väräl (adj.) – Clever/Intelligent/Smart
värek (n.) – Danger/Hazard/Risk
värekäl (adj.) – Dangerous/Risky
văg (n.) – Deck/Floor/Level
văş (n.) – Log/Record
văşäl (adj.) – Logged/Recorded/Written
văşeos (v.) – Log/Record/Write
vekăn (n.) – Victory/Triumph/Success
vekănäl (adj.) – Victorious/Triumphant/Successful
vei (v.) – Gather/Rally
veos (v.) – Approach/Come
vev (n.) – Air/Oxygen
vewä (n.) – March/Trek/Walk
vĕş (n.) – Antimatter/Antisubstance (fuel)
vĭş (n.) – Sadness
vĭşäl (adj.) – Sad
vĭzeos (intr.v.) – Appear/Seem
vo (int.) – Bye/Farewell/Good bye
voy (n.) – Departure/Egress/Exit
voyäl (adj.) – Mobile/Movable/Portable
voyeos (v.) – Depart/Go/Leave/Move/Stir/Travel
voyoläl (adj.) – Dismissed
voyoleos (v.) – Dismiss
voymoreos (v.) – Continue/Go on
wämeos (v.) – Debate/Consider/Think about
wämk (v.) – Theory
wämkeos (v.) – Believe/Conjecture/Deem/Think
wätäşe (pron.) – I/Me
wätäşäl (adj.) – Mine/My
wek (n.) – Week
wĕ (n.) – Pod
wĕko (n.) – Escape pod
wĕpĕl (n.) – Elevator/Turbolift
wĭnĕž (n.) – Expression of appreciation or thanks/“I give my thanks to [subject]”
yäzö (n.) – Building/Complex/Facility/Station
yădberö (n.) – Squadron
yelĭn (tr.v.) – Estimate/Guess/Suppose
yĕnĕk (n.) – Privacy
yĕnĕkäl (adj.) – Personal/Private
yĕpĭl (n.) – At least/Minimum/Quorum/Within
yĭl (adv.) – Affirmative/Alright/Confirm/Indeed/Okay/Yes
yĭlsi (adv.) – Acceptable
yofö (n.) – Husband/Wife
yogo (n.) – Status
yogodozvos (n.) – Combat status
yönĕk (n.) – Weapon
yr (n.) – Year
zažäl (adj.) – Medical
zažö (n.) – Hospital
zäoäl (adj.) – Incorrect/Wrong
zän (n.) – Paradise/Perfection/Utopia
zänäl (adj.) – Ideal/Perfect/Utopian
zătäl (adj.) – Anew/New
zĕkäl (adj.) – Our
zĕke (pron.) – Us/Ourselves/We
zĕlkä (n.) – Care/Caution
zĕlkäl (adj.) – Careful/Cautious
ziel (v.) – Attempt/Try
zilo (n.) – Attention/Awareness
zĭnăl (prep.) – From (keeping away. i.e. protection from evil)
zĭnĕl (prep.) – By/From/With (as a result of/coming from. i.e. Peace from meditation)
zolĭs (n.) – Directive/Instruction/Order/Prescription/Setting
zolĭseos (v.) – Direct/Instruct/Order/Prescribe/Set
zolkä (n.) – Desire/Favor/Hope
zolkäl (v.) – Desire/Favor/Hope/Want/Wish for/Would like
zrnä (n.) – Nothing/Zero
zrnäl (adj.) – None
žäl (adj.) – Afraid/Frightened
že (n.) – Fear
žeos (v.) – Fear
žöekäl (n.) – Antiproton

There is no equivalent for “a/an.” Omit and modify if necessary.
There is no equivalent for “and.” Items in series are separated by a comma.
There is no equivalent for “of/of the.” See context modifier “-al.”
There is no equivalent for “than.” Omit and modify if necessary.
There is no equivalent for “the.” Omit and modify if necessary.
Modifying nouns, adjectives, and verbs are placed after their subjects.
Verbs are not modified for tense unless specifically listed.
Verbs are not pluralized to fit singular or plural subjects.
No word can end with the letter “e.”
All Mirfakan adjectives end in “-al.”
All Mirfakan verbs end in “-ios.”

Base numbers create larger numbers.
-KäsnäDĕknä-lönä (OneTen-five) = 15
-VanäDĕknä-nenä (ThreeTen-nine) = 39
-GonäHenä-mätäDĕknä-ĕlnä (FourHundred-twoTen-seven) = 427
Fractions are made by adding “dĭvĭseos.”
-Käsnä dĭvĭseos vanä (One over three) = 1/3

Time is told as a number series, preceded by the first (largest) temporal unit being used in the dictation. The series then subordinates. The measurement of cycle time varies by planet. All times below are in Xanthalian National Standard Time unless otherwise noted. The national standard time of Xanthal is measured from Earth Calendar (A.R.) 01/01/1960 00:00 as follows:
-1 Earth Second = 1 sĕkĕnd
-10 sĕkĕnde = 1 mĭksĕkĕnd
-10 mĭksĕkĕnde = 1 menöt
-10 menöte = 1 mĭkmenöt
-10 mĭkmenöte = 1 äwr
-10 äwre = 1 da
-10 dae = 1 wek
-10 weke = 1 mänŧ
-10 mänŧe = 1 yr
For very long periods of time, decades and centuries can be used, but these are not standard calendar units.
-10 yr = 1 yrDĕknäl
-10 yrDĕknäl = 1 yrHenäl
-Note: Xanthalian time is told in subordinate unit order: ...yr-mänŧ-wek-da-äwr-mĭkmenöt-menöt-mĭksĕkĕnd-sĕkĕnd form.
--Äwr äbnä-nenä-käsnä-jölnä-jölnä (Hour six-nine-one-eight-eight) = 6 äwre, 91 menöte, and 88 sĕkĕnde.
--Units in the sequence can be skipped, but when this is done the unit after the skipped units must also have a unit tag.
---Yr käsnäHenä-lönäDĕknä-vanä-mätä da ĕlnä = 153 yre, 2 mänŧe, 7 dae.
-Note: mĭksĕkĕnde and mĭkmenöte are rarely referred to individually. Instead, time is told on most displays by [hours]:[minutes]:[seconds], with minutes and seconds counted by hundreds. It can be assumed, unless otherwise noted, that non-planetary digital time displays read h:mm:ss.
--Äwr 6:9:1:8:8 = 6:91:88
-Note: weke can be included or omitted in telling a date. When it is omitted, a unit tag must always precede the da of the yr. For the most part, the ten-day Xanthalian wek serves the same function as an Earth week: that is, for short-term personal and work scheduling.
-Note: be sure to precede actual time of day with “mor.” “Ensä” indicates time from moment said.
-Note: the Xanthalian calendar overrides all other calendars for official records, but cycle time is used on most planets for simple convenience. Official Xanthalian measures acknowledge units of time on each planet as used on that planet. ex. Out of context, the Earth 60-60-24-365/366 is referred to as “Rŧäl;” “of Earth” (Sĕkĕnd Rŧäl, Menöt Rŧäl, Äwr Rŧäl, etc.).
-Note: dates before A.R. 1960 are told as normal, but each calendar yr is numbered backward from 0. These years are written preceded with “-” OR appended with “şoäl.” ex. A.R. 1959 would be in yr -0, A.R. 1955 in yr -1, etc.
-Note: none of the units have proper names, but can be identified within the next-largest unit by specifying the unit in question followed by an adjective number. ex. the fourth mänŧ of the yr is “mänŧ gonäl,” meaning “fourth month.” This is not to be confused with the calendar month, which would be “mänŧ vanä,” or “month three,” because month zero of the calendar is the first month of the year (yr). Distinguish the two by the use or absence of an adjective number. If the number is stated as an adjective (ends in “-äl”), it is being identified as month X of the year. If the number is a noun, it is calendar month X.
-Note: context is important to take into account when dealing with time in any language. Consider the origin of the presenter and the current location. Usually, a native on a planet will use that planet’s cycle time, but this should not be taken as a given. Mirfakan proper dictates that, when no planetary notation is made, national standard time is being used, but this rule is not always observed in casual conversation. When in doubt, ask for clarification.
-Note: since the passage of time varies based on the relative speed at which an object travels, the sĕkĕnd is standardized to the passage of time on the surface of the capital planet of the Xanthalian state: Mirfak III. When a period of time equal to one Earth Second as measured at 0°N 0°W on the Earth's surface from A.R. 01/01/1960 00:00:00 to A.R. 01/01/1960 00:00:01 passes on a fixed point of the surface of Mirfak III, one sĕkĕnd has passed. Most mobile clocks are equipped to either independently compensate for relativistic differences in the flow of time or display time based on a broadcast from a Mirfak III clock.
-Conversions (unit tags placed after units for easy comprehension. Not proper Mirfakan grammar):
--Xanthalian to Earth:
---1 sĕkĕnd = 1 second
---1 mĭksĕkĕnd = 10 seconds
---1 menöt = 1 minute, 40 seconds
---1 mĭkmenöt = 16 minutes, 40 seconds
---1 äwr = 2 hours, 46 minutes, 40 seconds
---1 da = 1 day, 3 hours, 46 minutes, 40 seconds
---1 wek = 11 days, 13 hours, 46 minutes, 40 seconds
---1 mänŧ = 115 days, 17 hours, 46 minutes, 40 seconds
---1 yr = 3 years, 62 days, 9 hours, 46 minutes, 40 seconds
--Earth to Xanthalian:
---1 second = 1 sĕkĕnd
---1 minute = 60 sĕkĕnde
---1 hour = 36 menöte
---1 day = 8 äwre, 64 menöte
---1 week = 6 dae, 48 menöte
---1 solar year ≈ 3 mänŧ, 16 dae
25-05-2005, 05:30
Technology and terminology:

Alert statuses:
-Yogodozvos kasna [yogodozvos käsnä] (combat status one):
--Situations: hostilities imminent or in progress.
--Systems: all offensive and defensive systems active and ready for combat.
--Crew: all hands to stations. Observe battle rules.
-Yogodozvos mata [yogodozvos mätä] (combat status two):
--Situations: hostilities expected or probable.
--Systems: all defensive systems active, all offensive systems on standby.
--Crew: all hands on alert, all primary personnel to stations.
-Jinel total [jĭnĕl totäl] (general alert):
--Situations: any non-hostile encounters requiring increased alertness or on-duty personnel.
--Systems: all sensor systems online, defensive systems on standby or online as situation may require.
--Crew: exercise caution and diligence. All personnel on-call.
-Yogo basal [yogo basäl] (normal status):
--Situations: any normal operation not requiring increased alertness or defense.
--Systems: combat systems offline, all others operating as situation may require.
--Crew: standard duty shifts in practice.
-Yogo teparkal [yogo tĕpärkäl] (standby status):
--Situations: landed, docked, or adrift and performing passive operations only.
--Systems: all control systems on standby, all active sensors and unused systems offline.
--Crew: essential personnel only on duty, all other personnel on thirty-minute standby.
-Jinel rem [jĭnĕl rĕm] (evacuation alert):
--Situations: full-scale evacuation of facility or vessel.
--Systems: all control systems to full automatic.
--Crew: abandon posts and man escape vehicles; launch at discretion.
-Jinel okin [jĭnĕl oken] (intrusion alert):
--Situations: unauthorized person(s) or object(s) aboard.
--Systems: all controls restricted to authorized access, internal defenses online. Self-destruct on five-minute command-deauthorized cycle.
--Crew: all nonessential personnel defend essential personnel and systems.
-Yogo conlios [yogo känleos] (docking/landing status):
--Situations: docking/landing procedures in effect.
--Systems: fine control systems on full, alignment sensors online, docking/landing implements online.
--Crew: exercise caution and diligence.
-Jinel regios lananal [jĭnĕl rĕgeos lănănäl] (manual control alert):
--Situations: electronic attack or interference in use.
--Systems: all systems set to manual control. All automatic control systems offline. Remote receivers offline.
--Crew: all hands utilize manual control, disregard unconfirmable computer instructions.

Axes: X-axis: port-starboard, Y-axis: fore-aft, Z-axis: dorsal-ventral

Dadeocks [dädaäks] (normal space): the dimension of space-time we live in; an infinitely large three-dimensional area with a consistent temporal flow. Dadeocks is home to the Milky Way galaxy, among many others.

Frasas [fräsäs] (space-time bubble): a spherical “bubble” created by a frasas jenreet that allows three-dimensional objects to travel through fwas without experiencing the severe spatial and temporal distortions natural to planespace. Anything that leaves the bubble without its own operational space-time bubble generator in fwas will be absorbed into planespace and cease to exist. Due to the nature of fwas, navigation in planespace is next to impossible without a navigation system specifically designed for the purpose.

Frasas jenreet [fräsäs jĕnret] (space-time bubble generator): frasas jenreeti generate the spherical space-time bubbles that allow Mirfakan vessels to travel safely through the severe spatial and temporal distortion of planespace. A relatively simple device in terms of hardware, it must be enlarged only fractionally compared to the volume of space it must enclose. Thanks to its small size, everything from the man-sized hoksai to the largest starships can carry the generator aboard. Due to the nature of its design however, the generator must be an integrated system. Anything less than a perfectly installed generator will result in a heavy bubble imbalance that will severely cripple a ship in planespace. Another feature of the frasas jenreet is that the mass of the bubble it generates relative to the bubble's size has a strong impact on the speed at which a ship can travel through planespace. If more mass enters a bubble, or if the mass within it is unevenly distributed, the potential speed of the bubble will decrease exponentially. Frasas jenreet are very fuel efficient, consuming only about 500 megawatts of energy for every cubic meter of frasas independently generated.

Fwas [fwäs] (planespace): a parallel dimension where space and time are distorted into a two-dimensional plane, allowing for incredibly fast travel relative to normal space for objects protected by a frasas.

Gaku [gäkö] (substance fuel): pure, liquid Xenon.

Gensh [gĕnş] (substance/antisubstance reactor): the primary electrical energy generator of Mirfakan starships, the gensh mixes substance and antisubstance fuel in a controlled reaction chamber. The amount of energy output varies based on how much substance and antisubstance are mixed together at once in the reactor. This amount is usually set for each reactor to provide the energy output needed for the facilities it is powering while conserving as much fuel as possible. More advanced reactors can vary the flow of fuel into the reactor chamber to provide optimum energy output at all times.

Gol putalos/lyutcos [gol pötälos/leötkos] (space-time fusion/separation): frasasi (space/time bubbles) can join or separate in planespace as long as there are two or more generators involved. In gol putalos (fusion), two seperately-generated bubbles make contact with one another and become a single bubble. The volume of the bubble then naturally and instantaneously adjusts to compensate for the change in mass. Theoretically, this can be done with as many generators as desired. This fusion is used primarily for formation flying in planespace and for battle between lighter vessels using energy weapons, which cannot be fired past the outer wall of a space-time bubble. Gol lyutcos is simply the reverse of gol putalos; the separation of two or more generators in a single bubble into individual bubbles.

Hoksa [häksä] (space-time mine): the hoksa is the Labule's most powerful ship-to-ship weapon. Its slightly above-average size is more than compensated for by its incredible ability. More fast, maneuverable, accurate, and powerful than most missiles and torpedoes, and equipped with its own space-time bubble generator, the biggest drawback of the hoksa is its limited availability. Because ships are limited to their hoksa complement in battle, their strategic use is essential to victory. Hoksai can be reloaded in most military ports or by properly-equipped supply vessels.
Explosive yield: 200 megatons

Lanesbuga [länĕsbögä] (armor): the Labule uses duranium and tritanium alloy in constructing its hulls, and each class has a different thickness and overall strength of armor depending on how it is built.
Armor rating index:
1: light outer hull design
2: light to medium outer hull design
3: medium to heavy outer hull design
4: heavy outer hull design
5: heavy outer hull design and reinforcement

Lenyuju [lĕnyöjö] (antiproton cannon): lenyujui are the most powerful of the Labule's energy weapons. The weapon fires a large stream of charged antiprotons at a target from a specially-designed rod, usually housed in a sealable compartment of a Labule starship or station, for one to three seconds. This stream is capable of dealing significant damage to enemy shields, or even overloading higher-capacity defense grids. The destructive antiprotons can literally impale an unshielded target with their beam. Primarily an offensive weapon, the lenyuju can also be used defensively, usually against tight formations of enemy projectiles or cluster weapons, which it can destroy completely in a single shot. The antiproton cannon has a very limited rate of fire, and will overload if used more than once every ten seconds.
Power rating index:
1: 20 petawatts
2: 40 petawatts
3: 60 petawatts
4: 80 petawatts
5: 100 petawatts

Obkas [obkäs] (artificial intelligence/computer): Mirfakan AIs are not much more complex than Earth's early twenty-first century computers, though they are fairly modern in terms of speed. This lack of sophistication makes them unable to perform the complicated control tasks that can be delegated to advanced AIs, but the extensive hardwiring means that they are very difficult to sabotage. Because the Mirfakan military does not use them to control shipboard systems, they also make most forms of electronic warfare ineffective against Labule targets.

Opse [äpsa] (ion engine): Mirfakan sublight-speed travel is achieved primarily with the use of standard ion engines, accelerating charged Xenon atoms through exhaust ports to generate directional thrust. There are a wide array of designs, and the potential speed and acceleration of a vessel driven by the system varies based on the mass of the ship compared to the power of the opse(i).

Ranks (military): the Labule employs personnel on the following ranking scale from highest to lowest.
-Grahaleli [grähälĕle]: the high officers and administrative directors of the military at large, with full jurisdiction in the Labule. This position is held by the nation’s three Alphini.
-Frode [frod]: a temporary position to which a Bomowas may be appointed by the Grahalel. A Frode acts as commanding Bomowas when multiple fleets or ground regiments are working together. The authority of a Frode only extends to units specified by whoever appointed them.
-Bomowas [bomowäs]: one presides over each fleet and regiment. Their authority is limited to their individual units, though they can temporarily take command of others if their Bomowasi are killed or otherwise rendered unable to command.
-Manowas [mănowäs]: one commands each starship, facility and ground battalion. Their authority is limited to their unit.
-Matsut [mätsŭt]: can hold one of three positions: second in command aboard a starship, commander of a minor vessel, or ground company leader.
-Senmon [sĕnmon]: one leads each department in a starship or facility and each ground squad.
-Gunkak [gönkäk]: has completed basic military training for one or more positions, but has not been approved for command. Gunkaki serve as basic crewmembers and soldiers.
-Juuin [jöĭn]: has no military training and no real rank. Juuini are subordinate to all other levels of the chain of command and generally employed in staffing positions.

Sord [sord] (space-time gate): a two-dimensional rift in space-time that allows a properly-equipped vessel to transit between Dadeocks and Fwas. Usually found near areas of gravimetric distortion, such as solar systems and spatial anomalies. Though sords vary in size, they are usually between two and fifty kilometers in diameter. Sords are passive anomalies that do not significantly affect normal space or even resister on most sensors unless actually used.

Sunesbuga [sönĕsböga] (energy shield): Mirfakan energy shields are of average quality, utilizing a modulated energy field to absorb the destructive energy of incoming attacks. Most effective in blocking beam weapons, they have limited ability to protect against explosive projectiles. The strength of the barrier is determined by the power of the projector, and more powerful projectors generally take up more space. Mirfakan energy shields must be maintained in a spherical form. Their modulation allows objects to leave the sphere, but not enter. As they absorb the energy of impacts, their energy drains accordingly.
Power rating index:
1: 1 exajoule
2: 2 exajoules
3: 4 exajoules
4: 8 exajoules
5: 16 exajoules

Vesh [vĕş] (antisubstance fuel): pure, liquid Xenon with its particular electrical charges reversed.

Vok lenyu [väk lĕnyö] (laser cannon): vok lenyu are of slightly less than average power for light ship-to-ship energy weapons, and can fire at a rate of two shots per second. Labule starships use burst fire laser cannons with highly accurate targeting systems to allow them to shoot down incoming projectiles such as missiles, torpedoes and mines. Not very effective against well-shielded targets, they can be used to help wear down an enemy in battle if not needed for defensive purposes.
Power rating index:
1: 1 petawatt (industrial grade)
2: 5 petawatts (defense grade)
3: 10 petawatts (combat grade)
4: 15 petawatts (offensive grade)
5: 20 petawatts (assault grade)
Shadowstorm Imperium
25-05-2005, 05:30
You might want to consider turning this into an NSWiki ( entry.
25-05-2005, 05:38
So everyone keeps telling me. I'll say this: If someone else wants to convert it for me; fine. Do so and let me know and I'll maintain it. I'm just not going to go to the trouble of building a wiki article from scratch myself.
Shadowstorm Imperium
25-05-2005, 05:44
So everyone keeps telling me. I'll say this: If someone else wants to convert it for me; fine. Do so and let me know and I'll maintain it. I'm just not going to go to the trouble of building a wiki article from scratch myself.

"From scratch" - it's not hard - mostly, it'd just be a copy & paste job. Now that you mention it though, I think someone was doing a "factbook to wiki" service... here it is: Factbook to Wiki service (
16-10-2005, 08:03
This factbook will no longer be updated. For the current Xanthalian factbook visit its NSwiki entry at Any questions and comments are welcomed on either the wiki discussion page, via IM, or via TG. Thank you.