The Birabetan servant class. They are bound for life to their Sengi masters and are generally regarded by their masters as property. As such, the Sengi hold the power of life and death over them.
A waterworld in the Regina subsector (Jump 1 from Regina Prime). Currently home to the sophant species Rana. Jenghe is now famous for it's exports of giant shrimp and Rana beer.
The top-rated tri-dee program in the Spinward Marches among other places. Filmed on location and featuring a well-built cast who spend a great deal of time running in slow motion while wearing nothing but swimsuits. It's popularity is viewed by some as proof of the decline of culture in the universe.
An explosive charge, used by law enforcement agencies, among others, that is specifically designed to take down doors.
An extremely complex Sengi strategy game, which is developing a following on Regina. On it's simplest level it's like multi-tiered chess crossed with one of those 3-D pictures that you have to unfocus your eyes to see. A more advanced form is played by the Sengi in the rock garden of the Japanese Garden of Aguilon Park. The playing pieces are represented by rock shapes, which are arrayed into patterns; players take turns adding pieces to the pattern. They must preserve the existing picture while adding a new pattern on a different level. Games can take days or weeks to complete, and are played without breaks, which requires physical as well as mental strength.
A high tech drug that effects memory. Causing confusion
An orange-spice, mildly narcotic tea.
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