The Dracos Rift was named historically for the Dracos Dominion, which conquered a significant quarter of the rift between 3000 – 59 B.P. (Before Pax). A slave revolt managed to remove the Council of Queens, which resulted in the immediate collapse of the Dominion.
In the chaos that followed, the freed worlds banded together for mutual defense and support, eventually forming the Pax Confederation. Each individual member retain sovereignty over their own nations and colonies, while decisions that affected all were decided by the Pax Councils and Bureaus.
In 2018 P.F., war broke out between two neighboring systems. It quickly escalated into civil war that pulled the Pax Confederation apart as worlds made war on their neighbors and colonies declared their independence.
In 2035 P.F, a young, un-contacted world known as Terrene started to explore their interstellar neighbors, only to discover scarred battlefields. The Terrenes began to branch cautiously out, making contact with a few surviving outposts.
By 2084 P.F., Terrene had established several fledging colonies of its own when it made contact with representatives from Cosmopolis.
It is 2107 P.F., and Terrene has emerged as the leader of the Dracos Rift. There are some who say that the old Pax Confederation however still has a few secrets left.
Creating a new page
To create a new page, just make a name and surround it with double square brackets like so: A New Page. When you save the page, the link will show up and you can click on it to create the new page.
Linking to existing pages
To link to existing pages, use the same double square brackets. For example, here’s a link to this page: Main Page
Linking to a page with different text
If you don’t want to use the page’s name as the link text, you can specify your own text by placing a vertical bar | and the link text in the link like so: Linking with different text
Linking to characters
For PCs and NPCs in your campaign, the easiest thing is to use the PC/NPC Link Lookup in the sidebar to the right. It’s quite handy! Otherwise, the links behave much like a wiki link, just with a colon at the start.
HTML and Textile
To style things how you want, you can use either HTML (with some restrictions) or a simple formatting language called Textile. It’s up to you, but Textile is pretty easy, while simultaneously allowing for lots of customization.