Lyran world that was given to Grayson Carlyle as a landhold. Homeworld of the Gray Death Legion.

[3132] A small world of terrestrial features, blessed with abundant resources, it is rather surprising in hindsight to
know that this world was completely overlooked in the early years of colonization. With three large landmasses
claiming most of the northern hemisphere, and deep, island-speckled oceans in the south, this cool world was a
paradise just waiting to be discovered. In truth, infighting among the various private interests who were to mount
the first expedition to Glengarry, complicated by the increasing friction between the Terran Alliance and its far-
flung colonies, disrupted any efforts to settle the planet during the early days of humanity’s expansion among the
stars. To make matters worse, later surveys revealed dangerously high levels of arsenic and cyanide gases in the
atmosphere, which first had to be cleansed in order to make the planet suitable for colonization. These factors
kept settlers away until the early days of the Star League, when terraforming efforts by the nearby Federation of
Skye finally cleansed the atmosphere of its toxic chemicals. Glengarry’s first settlers hailed from a mix of Scottish,
Norwegian, and Canadian origins, both native to Terra and from among the Skye Federation’s populace. Drawn
originally to the continent of Scotia, the smallest of the three northern hemispheric landmasses, by its abundant ore
resources in the mountain ranges, and the fertile soils of the valleys and lowlands, these colonists quickly
established strict development guidelines to preserve the planet’s native splendor. Similar to the “zoning laws”
used in other Federation worlds, such as Skye itself, the colonists created a self-perpetuating standard that has
left the larger two continents, Dalraida and Pictland, virtually uninhabited even today, while Scotia eventually
became a well-balanced center for light industrial, commercial, and agricultural development.

Glengarry’s trade with neighboring worlds boomed during the peak of the Star League era, specializing in a
variety of locally produced items, but when the League fell and wars ignited across the Inner Sphere, the
economy virtually collapsed. Efforts to relieve the planet’s economic woes by opening up the other two continents
faltered, in part because of these continents’ harsher winter climates, and because of the predation of deep
raiders from the Draconis Combine and Free Worlds League. Under the united Federated Commonwealth,
Glengarry showed signs of economic recovery, particularly in the later years of the alliance, when it became the
homeworld of the legendary Gray Death Legion. Unfortunately, the years leading up to the disastrous FedCom
Civil War stripped away this distinction, and the horrors of the Jihad shattered the planetary economy and
infrastructure when a Blakist assault force briefly seized the planet, only to be ejected by a combined Lyran and
Clan Wolf liberation force. When the planet was ceded to The Republic of the Sphere, however, it signaled a
new revival, partially fueled by the influx of new residents due to Devlin Stone’s ambitious relocation programs.
Attempting to raise heavy, self-sustaining industries for the first time, Glengarry is becoming a manufacturing
center for industrial and military-grade equipment, including internal combustion engines and armor plate for
conventional vehicles.

The capital city, Dunkeld, a sprawling metropolis as big as any capital on a major planet, lies under the shadow of
Castle Hill, site of fortifications that were built during the peak of the Star League era. The ruins of these
fortifications, which still bear the black scorching and weatherworn pockmarks of the fanatics’ last stand against
allied forces during the Jihad, now stand as silent tribute to one of humanity’s darkest hours.

[3132] Glengarry was originally part of the Lyran Alliance until the creation of The Republic.  Glengarry became
part of Prefecture IX under the control of The Republic.  After the fall of the HPG Network Fortress Republic
was created and many of the worlds under its control were set free.
[3135] Glengarry was released from the control of The Republic.

After being released from The Republic, Glengarry fell under the control of Clan Jade Falcon.
Clan Jade Falcon
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Inner Sphere Planets
Star Type: K1IV
Position in System: 3 (of 4)
Number of Moons: 1 (Celine)
Days to Jump Point: 5
Surface Water: 65%
Atm. Pressure: Standard (Breathable)
Surface Gravity: 0.97
Equatorial Temp: 29° C
Highest Native Life: Reptiles
Population: 1,067,000,000
Capital: Dunkeld
Governor: Sean Weslean
Planetary Legate: Nicolette Iniku
Continents: Garamond
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