Ross 154

Ross 154 is a red dwarf, the nearest star in the southern zodiac constellation of Sagittarius, and the seventh nearest star to Sol.


Spectral Type: M3.5
Distance to Sol: 9.69 light years
Route from Sol: Sol —> Ross 154
Stations: 4


Station Level Affiliation
Ross 154 Jump Gate 16 Consortium
LeGuin Stronghold 16 Independent
Madame de Pompadour 17 Gaule
The House of Syria 17 Consortium

Points of Interest



  • The House of Syria

"Galactic Destinations" text

If humanity were a network, till very recently, it has been a fractured one. Slowly, system by system, station by station, we began to find each other again, to reconnect the nodes. After so much time apart, it was with great joy that we spoke again, heard each other’s voices. However, after so much time apart, some of us had learnt to speak a little differently.

We have recently reestablished contact with Ross 154, a distant system whose jumpgate is soon to be accessible once more. It is the perfect example of how evolution, be it social or otherwise, works in the vacuum of separation.

The stations of Ross 154 consist of Leguin Stronghold, House of Syria, Madame de Pompadour, and the system’s jumpgate station. If initial communications are to be understood, (and it has proved a challenge) there exists a fascinating dichotomy in a number of ideologies here. Social currency, semantics, even meaning in some cases, have all evolved slightly differently on each station, during their collective time apart from each other and the rest of humanity.

This has led to a number of difficulties in subsequent communications and even trust of one and other. This is especially pertinent as the system contains two Consortium stations (The house of Syria and Ross 154 Jumpgate), one of the Gaule Protectorate (Madame de Pompadour), and one that is maintaining an independent status (Leguin Stronghold).

While initial information is unconfirmed, there does seem to be a fair amount of contention towards Leguin Stronghold’s Independent status, with both other factions vying to bring it into the fold. The communicational idiosyncrasies of each station, however, provide a barrier and fascinating challenge.

We shall be keeping an ear out for developments as we await the gate engineers ok for travel to this new system. Hopefully, communication barriers will be breached and the shores of understanding colonized! Watch this space for our upcoming segments on each station itself.


  • The Ross 154 system is host to popular augmented reality games called OmReAthletics (short for "Omni Reality Athletics").

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