This system includes the outdoor world Azeban, with an extensive agricultural economy specializing mainly in grain and livestock, with tea and coffee plantations in the equatorial regions.

— Universal Cartographics

Eranin is an independent star system. It was ruled by the Federation until September 20, 3270, and since become a member of the Alliance. In 3300, celebrations of the 30-year anniversary of independence escalated into a brief civil war.

The stations around its terraformed world, Azeban, have agriculture economies, while the outlying outpost Eranin 4 Survey has a refinery economy.

The system is home to the rare commodity Eranin Pearl Whisky, which is available at Azeban City.

Lore Edit

On revolutionary Eranin the population are expected to perform in weekly parades celebrating their independence from the Federation, even while their leaders ‘redistribute’ the people’s wages into their own back pockets.[1]

System LayoutEdit


Eranin was the starting system for all players during the Elite Dangerous beta. As an agricultural system it sold agricultural products cheap, and particularly valued farming equipment. A profit could be made by selling Natural Fabrics to I Bootis and bringing Crop Harvesters back. Eranin was regarded as mostly secure, although interdictions were still fairly common.

In September 3300, the Eranin government held a celebration of the 30th anniversary of Eranin's independence from the Federation (and the real-world 30th anniversary of the release of Elite). Eranin and Wyrd celebration liquor was banned in the Federation, and high profits could be made smuggling it into Federation stations. Tensions were high, and Alliance Ambassador Eliza Fernandez attempted to mediate between the Eranin and the Federation.

Federation-aligned rebels in Eranin started a civil war against the ruling independent government, in protest to the celebrations and in the hope of re-conquering the system for the Federation. It was suspected that the rebels were being supplied with weapons by Federation special operations teams, however no concrete proof was exposed. Commanders took part in the conflict through both trading and ship to ship combat. Demand was high for medical supplies in Azeban City for the treatment of individuals wounded in the fighting, and for weapons on the black market for use by the rebel forces.

Faulcon DeLacy held a 50% off sale at that time, resulting in many pilots who had been traders instead buying Cobra MkIIIs to become combat pilots involved in the civil war.[2]

The Eranin Peoples Party won the conflict, defeating the rebels, and remained in control of the system.



  2. Thread: Eranin Communication: Help the Ongoing Struggle for Independence
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