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Adetton

The Adetton system lies close to the Imperial-Independent boarder, accessible from a number of other star systems nearby, such as Warro. It's location was of strategic importance to the Empire, despite the lack of any planets. Click on the image to view the entire map in context.

Adetton is an uninhabited star system within Imperial space. Though there are some sizeable astronomical objects in the system, there are no planets.

 

 

 

 

 

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The system played host to phase two of Black Widow, 2621. After the success of phase one of the operation, the allied forces discovered that some of the Pandoran forces that had not been destroyed in the ambush at Temper had fallen back to the Adetton system.

The Pandoran fleet actually used Adetton as the location for an ambush against the allied forces, baiting them with some of their own crippled vessels and launching an attack once the allies were in position.

The system is now infamous for the ambush and what later became seen as a tipping point in the war.

 

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System Detail

The Adetton system lies close to the Imperial-Independent boarder, accessible from a number of other star systems nearby, such as Warro. It's location was of strategic importance to the Empire, despite the lack of any planets. Click on the image to view the entire map in context.

 

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