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krush kill 'n destroy
written by Geekofdeath on Jul 28, 2006 05:08
List all the systems that are worth going to, core systems (ie, Fenia) included.

Stars with a "*" after it are likely not to be in the outbox yet.

1. S00 Fenia
2. S00 Balastrackonastreya
3. S00 Ylastravenya
4. S03 Miracle

My systems....

5. S00 Intesa*
470352
-3185470
887622
written by Vampire on Jul 28, 2006 05:56
6. S00 Smiljama
3866080
4622969
-954042
Great ring of Tememko
[dfsr]
written by Megagun on Jul 28, 2006 10:21
7. S01 Varanius
(should be in the guide already. I don't know the coordinates. In NICE, just do "ST VARANIUS" on the GOES screen)
Planet: Vlik.
One of the most awesome felysian planets I've ever seen, originally found by McWgogs.
Image (includes coordinates, actually):
http://anywherebb.com/postline/cdimage.php?name=cd/gifs/6lmf8QkiEJuifgdgn.gif
krush kill 'n destroy
written by Geekofdeath on Jul 28, 2006 18:37
Oh, and make sure you specify what version of Noctis you use, so as to prevent people wasting lithium.

I use regular Noctis IV.
[dfsr]
written by Megagun on Jul 28, 2006 20:32
NICE (maybe Noctis IV too, not sure)

The Artifact World (unnamed planet)
S03 - unnamed star (I'll name it soon though)
3251952; 5475202; -1176000 Moon nr. 2 of planet nr. 4

This world might as well be one of it's kind: it has mountains on it, which in turn have a strange material draped on them.
Images: http://anywherebb.com/postline/cdimage.php?name=cd/gifs/mWKiOVmfKbjfpELidSmf4Fxi0QqgNSWem1.gif
http://anywherebb.com/postline/cdimage.php?name=cd/gifs/6lmf8Qki0lfeBWWeD7Rgk81.gif
written by Micmacreturns on Jul 28, 2006 20:33
Those mountains look spooky, especially the first one!
"gheeh!" (c)h.azuma
written by Yayo on Jul 29, 2006 21:49
I suggest these places:

S00 - Bulbi
cd/gifs/Yayo/bulbi-03-h_[3] (29 Kb)
2101424; 6142806; -960659

S00 - Lane
cd/gifs/Yayo/lane5_01 (33 Kb)
1463568; 4728350; -437812

S00 - Aex
cd/pngs/Yayo/aex_oldsnapshot (30 Kb)
598576; 4279484; -1591122

: )

y.
krasnyj bibliotekar
written by Serpens on Jul 30, 2006 19:29
S01 - Desolation
32034; 432970; -622058

Not my system, probably quite known, but really worth a visit.

S00 - (probably unnamed in NICE)
-1536093; 1313499; 2344064

A very nice place with some beautiful felisian planets and other worlds worth visiting. Especially the fourth planet is recommended, with its stunning green sky...
written by Tigershark on Jul 30, 2006 23:08
Yayo said:
I suggest these places:

S00 - Bulbi
cd/gifs/Yayo/bulbi-03-h_[3] (29 Kb)
2101424; 6142806; -960659

S00 - Lane
cd/gifs/Yayo/lane5_01 (33 Kb)
1463568; 4728350; -437812

S00 - Aex
cd/pngs/Yayo/aex_oldsnapshot (30 Kb)
598576; 4279484; -1591122

: )

y.
Aex is beautiful.
"gheeh!" (c)h.azuma
written by Yayo on Jul 31, 2006 19:54
heh.. thankyou! : )
I won my title on an old photocomp, with a snapshot of that planet from aex system. perhaps it was just that picture, but I don't remember.. : P
I like a lot planets with dark suns, which are usually the ones very distant from the sun.

EDIT: Woops! forgot to say that I use REGULAR noctisIV, not NICE!
sorry! : P

y.
mother ark
written by Tacogeddon on Jul 31, 2006 21:54
Hugeye is a cool planet with a crater that takes up over half the planet.

http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a96/EvilDunsparce/00000509.jpg

^Picture of the craters edge...chock full o' shiny minerals.

http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a96/EvilDunsparce/00000510.jpg

I found this rather odd spire jutting from the ground not to far from the craters edge...you can find them surrounding the crater all along the edge...I haven't found them around any other craters on the planet.

Patches of minerals can be found from the craters edge to about ten or fifteen kilometers out...they stop abruptly after that...Lots of "mini-craters" can be seen...they are no wider than the landing pod.

Whatever hit the planet...hit it very hard.

Coordinates on the pictures

Oh...here's the crater from space...I have yet to explore the nearby small craters: http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a96/EvilDunsparce/00000507.jpg
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