Encounter of Laytars and Yellow Tribe changed the course of intergalactic history and marked the beginning of the wars for independence. The Supreme Council of Laytars fundamentally rejected the possibility of any submission to another human race. As a result of military clash which gave a hope to enslaved factions, Laytars had to withstand the maximum impact of Yellow Tribe warhammer. Almost all Laytars planets were consumed by Fate Bridges. Surviving refugees took shelter in deep space. For a long time history of Laytars has evolved exclusively in outer space on board of giant space stations. Laytars returned to intergalactic relations only after the restoration of their national capacities.
They avoided any conflicts and engaged in intergalactic trade, that was greatly facilitated by the reputation and credibility of the heroic people not conceded to tyranny and whose feat led to the freedom of many nations. Laytars is the only race that was awarded the right to dismantle the remained Fate Bridges and use its materials and parts for restoration of their terrestrial cities. Laytars have carried out a number of difficult but correct decisions aimed at preservation of human life. These solutions have formed a state ideology, where the highest goal is a man and his social development and security. Laytars were the initiators and organizers of the creation of intergalactic Legemat that supports the safety in the joint zero space.Governed by the principle of tolerance, Laytars society turned into a sanctuary of different communities and weirdos, practically unrestricted in rights. Laytars redistribute national resources among the most interesting in their opinion representatives and defenders of different ideas that largely reduces the economic efficiency but promotes creative thinking and diversity. In cosmic cities of Laytars can be found remnants of destroyed races, and even representatives of the people from outer side of the circle of law, whose life does not represent any value for other factions of descendants.