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'''Absalom Station''' is a sprawling, densely inhabited [[space station]] filling a similar orbit that the [[Gap|forgotten]] [[planet]] [[Golarion]] once held around its [[Sun|sun]]. Its inhabitants include [[race]]s native to, or descended from natives of, Golarion, making the station the last relic of the lost planet remaining in its [[Solar System|solar system]].<ref name="blog-20160930">{{Cite web|url=http://paizo.com/paizo/blog/v5748dyo5lj4s|author=[[James L. Sutter]]|date=September 30, 2016|title=Starfinder—What We've Revealed So Far|page=Paizo blog}}</ref><ref name="polygon">{{Cite web|url=http://www.polygon.com/features/2016/11/17/13625140/starfinder-rpg-pathfinder|title=Starfinder hopes to do for space opera what D&D has done for fantasy|date=November 17, 2016|author=Charlie Hall|page=Polygon}}</ref><ref name="GI">{{Cite web|url=http://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2016/12/09/top-of-the-table-the-starfinder-interview.aspx?PostPageIndex=2|title=Top of the Table: The Starfinder Interview, Page 2|date=December 9, 2016|page=Game Informer|author=Matt Miller}}</ref> The station is also a focal point of the galaxy due to its role in [[space travel|faster-than-light travel]] via the [[Drift]].<ref name="GI" />
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'''Absalom Station''' is a sprawling, densely inhabited [[space station]] filling a similar orbit that the [[Gap|forgotten]] [[planet]] [[Golarion]] once held around its [[Sun|sun]]. Its inhabitants include [[race]]s native to, or descended from natives of, Golarion, making the station the last relic of the lost planet remaining in its [[Solar System|solar system]].<ref name="blog-20160930">{{Cite web|url=http://paizo.com/paizo/blog/v5748dyo5lj4s|author=[[James L. Sutter]]|date=September 30, 2016|title=Starfinder—What We've Revealed So Far|page=Paizo blog}}</ref><ref name="polygon">{{Cite web|url=http://www.polygon.com/features/2016/11/17/13625140/starfinder-rpg-pathfinder|title=Starfinder hopes to do for space opera what D&D has done for fantasy|date=November 17, 2016|author=Charlie Hall|page=Polygon}}</ref><ref name="GI">{{Cite web|url=http://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2016/12/09/top-of-the-table-the-starfinder-interview.aspx?PostPageIndex=2|title=Top of the Table: The Starfinder Interview, Page 2|date=December 9, 2016|page=Game Informer|author=Matt Miller}}</ref> The station is also a focal point of the [[galaxy]] due to its role in [[space travel|faster-than-light travel]] via the [[Drift]].<ref name="GI" />
  
 
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Absalom Station
Absalom Station
(Cosmos)
Type Space station
Orbits Sun
System Solar System
Inhabitants Races formerly of Golarion
Organization Starfinder Society
Images of Absalom Station

Absalom Station is a sprawling, densely inhabited space station filling a similar orbit that the forgotten planet Golarion once held around its sun. Its inhabitants include races native to, or descended from natives of, Golarion, making the station the last relic of the lost planet remaining in its solar system.[1][2][3] The station is also a focal point of the galaxy due to its role in faster-than-light travel via the Drift.[3]

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Economy, trade, and travel

Absalom Station is a hub of intragalactic space travel.[3]

Government

The station is a neutral space for the solar system's inhabitants.[3]

References

  1. James L. Sutter. (September 30, 2016). Starfinder—What We've Revealed So Far, Paizo blog.
  2. Charlie Hall. (November 17, 2016). Starfinder hopes to do for space opera what D&D has done for fantasy, Polygon.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Matt Miller. (December 9, 2016). Top of the Table: The Starfinder Interview, Page 2, Game Informer.