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PostHeaderIconHuman civilization at its lowest point

Event Type: 
Significant Event
Year (CE): 
6900 C.E.
Year-Month-Day (CE): 
69000000

The 70th Century (6900-7000 CE) is generally acknowledged by historians as the low point of Human civilization in the Galaxy. Most states were in decline, losing more and more planets to barbarism and chaos. The Credixian Imperium, while apparently stable, was mired in stagnant decadence. Only in the Metrinal Union was there vitality and growth.

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