Caledon
(Reaver's Deep/Caledon/1815 A8688A5-C  J Ri Cp  713  G2V)
Primary:  New Sol, spectral class G2V.  Mass: 1.0 std. Diameter: 0.98 std. Luminosity: 0.99 std..
Mainworld

III Caledon:
Orbital radius: 128.66 Mkm (0.86 au).
Local Year: 291.3 days.
One satellites.
Diameter: 12,838 km. 
Density:  1.01 std. 
Mass:  1.01 std. 
Surface Gravity:  1.01 G.
Local Day:  29 hr 48 min 41 sec.
Axial Inclination:  21
Atmospheric Pressure:  1.1 atm, composition is standard oxygen-nitrogen mix.
Hydrographic Percentage:  81%,  composition is liquid water and frozen water-ice.. 
Mean Temperature:  15 C.

Map of Caledon (click for more detail)
Remarks: 
    Caledon is, of course, the capital world of the Principality of Caledon, and is the center of Principality government as well as the main residence of the hereditary Sovereign Prince of Caledon. The world is extremely similar to Earth, almost ideal in every way. Despite its respectable antiquity as an inhabited world, the population is not large enough to cause crowding or excessive pollution, thanks both to planned population control and to extensive colonization efforts mounted in the early Principality period. The world is thoroughly civilized and explored; unlike many of its neighbors, Caledon holds few new frontiers to conquer. Most of the interest of the planet comes from political and business institutions rather than any interesting physical or cultural aspects of the world.
    Caledon is a self-conscious reversion to a semi-feudal society, though updated for application to a high-tech age. A hereditary nobility provides leadership and a focus of personal loyalties, but the nobility is not out of reach for any common citizen. Patents of nobility may be awarded to any individual for outstanding service to the Crown, which inspires loyalty and effort unheard of in more blatantly egalitarian societies. The nobility includes Knights, Lords, Margraves, Viscounts, Counts, and Earls, all answerable to the Sovereign Prince. The Prince reigns not as an absolute monarch, but as the leading nobleman of the Principality, and his powers are checked by a Constitution which provides for three legislative bodies - the House of Lords, the House of Delegates, and the Grand Senate.
   Lately, the Principality has been split by a certain amount of factionalism developing among the nobility. The precedent by which a comparatively minor baron, Lord Campbell, asserted a claim to the throne against the most powerful Earl in the realm has caused other nobles to look to developing more stable power bases, and has led to incidents of violence between ambitious members of rival noble houses. The incidence of sedition, of the formation of small private armies, and of reckless political maneuvering have all been on the rise for nearly a century, and could lead to trouble in the not-too-distant future.
  
Rest of System:  Nine major bodies. One inhabited world (Caledon, III). Three gas giants in system. One planetoid belt in system.
 
Planetary System: Nine major bodies. One inhabited world (Caledon, III). Three gas giants in system. One planetoid belt in system.