|Defense Fleet||Rebel Vipers, Rebel Valkyries, and Rebel Starbridges (120)|
|Port Services||Shipyard, Outfitter, Trade Center, Mission BBS, Spaceport Bar|
Honor is perhaps most well known for its fickle yet always temperate weather. The planet is regarded as a symbol of perfect balance by Taoists, many of whom have made their home on the planet. Both Taoist and Shaolin Buddhist temples are a common sight. Not surprisingly, Honor features a sizable Asian population. Honor's inhabitants have deliberately kept the planet relatively low-tech by unspoken agreement. As a result, most modern trappings are often hidden away from plain view. Even the spaceport is a frequently overlooked feature by tourists.
Despite its outward appearance as a low-tech world, Honor provides all the services that any other planet offers.
Honor offers a surprising variety of goods, featuring every commonly found commodity. These goods are never too cheap and never too expensive, perhaps in keeping with the tradition of balance. There is, however, a uniquely high demand for Krim-Hwa holy symbols.
|Low cost||Medium cost||High cost|
| Food (75 cr)|
Industrial (350 cr)
Medical Supplies (750 cr)
Luxury Goods (900 cr)
Metal (200 cr)
Equipment (550 cr)
|Krim-Hwa Holy Symbols (62 cr)|
|83.3||New Babylon (Nesre Primus)||2||Luxury Goods||225|
Honor has a very limited selection of ships for sale, featuring the lower-end of civilian designs.
Honor has a surprisingly decently stocked Outfitter with many of the more common outfits available as well as a noteworthy hard-to-find and valuable addition: the Horizontal Booster as designed by Donald Chick.