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  • Logasiri

    A step above a carbonaceous asteroid, Logasiri is a planet with a carbon-heavy crust and a trace atmosphere of CO2 and helium. Its surface is cool enough to have liquid water, but it is rapidly drying out as it has lost the critical mass to have a self- …

  • Lorek

    Lorek is an extremely rare example of a habitable world circling a red dwarf star. Originally an independent asari colony named Esan, it was annexed by the Batarian Hegemony in 1913, causing a minor galactic incident. Despite several attempts, the local …

  • Uwan Consortium

    The Uwan Consortium is a Batarian manufacturing company. Their primary investments in the Omega nebula prior to the Reaper War were on the planet of [[Uwan Oche]] in the [[Kairavamori System]]. With the relay down, the company has suddenly leapt to …

  • Jarek Bal'iban

    Jarek is an older Batarian (b. 2135 CE). As is common in the Terminus Systems, he doesn't have a lot to say about his past. He will say that he received his combat training while serving in the Batarian External Forces, but he mustered out of active …

  • Solem Del'Serah

    When "Vido Santiago":http://masseffect.wikia.com/wiki/Vido_Santiago betrayed "Zaeed Massani":http://masseffect.wikia.com/wiki/Zaeed_Massani to take over the Blue Suns one of his tactics to bolster his position and avoid assassination was to bring Solem …

  • Derhan Paz’hess

    Derhan Paz'hess runs Shrike Station, the only other truly independent helium-3 fuel refinery orbiting [[Imorkan]]. He and [[:siala | Siala Jonis]] have a rivalry that goes back years to the point where mutual hatred seems almost reflexive. Oddly enough, …

  • Grothan Pazness

    High Councilman Pazness was, until the Reapers attacked, Governor of the colony of Camala. He was outspoken in the early hours of the Reaper assault, blaming the Alliance for the destruction of batarian comm buoys that were, in fact, destroyed by the …

  • Bukek ("Buggy") and Sais Ghuress

    "Buggy" and Sais Ghuress grew up on the streets (and in the ducts) of Omega, relying on each other for survival, but also on other duct rats that they gathered to themselves as a makeshift "family." They rejected much of the dog-eat-dog philosophy common …