|Fess up, and tell us the spookiest place you've ever been, like what planet, where, and maybe the coords too, if its not a creature. |
For me, it was a planet at least .01 lightyears away from its star, it was one of the moons, a thin atmo. Sure, it was flat, and featureless, and was the brightest area on the map, but the incredible darkness (The only thing really visible was the horizon, stars, nearby rocks, and the capsule) just made it seem like there could be anything just a few feet away, like a mutant hopper or something.. Of course, this might change when I visit Contrast some day, or find some even spookier planet.
So, fess up!
|Well I have been to two spooky places, one I have already talked about in another post, shouldnt be too hard to find, the other was the phantom forest, the planet its on has slipped my mind, but I believe it was Suricrasia, I just hope the phantom forest is in NV, though I dont see it happening, maybe Alex can put it in manually or something (I know he probably cant, but it would be nice)|
|The Phantom Forest I've heard about was on Contrast, in some system near the center. I think it was on the old boards.|
|Oh... thanks! That place is spooky... the trees are a transparent green, and its gloomy...|
|written by Premier on Sep 29, 2003 10:37|
|Spooky planets? Let's see...|
There was a Felysian planet with a ''ghost forest" somewhere on it. It was comprised of LOTS of thin, middle-height, scrawny trees with sparse purple foliage, set against a dark green sky. It was really haunting.
Then there was a thick atmosphere planet which was not quite like any other ones. The cloud cover had a sort of solid greyish beige color to it. It was completely opaque, but rather then being in the middle of thick fog, it felt as if you were in the middle of a huge solid dome.
|I went onto a thick atmosphere planet orbiting a red star. Creepy as anything. It was all red fog, like one of those creepy, post-apocolyptic-type-things.|
|Mm, thanks. So a KiloParsis = Ly?|
Of course, the thread was a bit confusing. I'm unfamiliar with Felysian mathematics.
|written by Kalliope on Oct 04, 2003 09:56|
|I thought it was a kilodyam = 1 LY, but...eh, I guess I should go over to that page again, and try not to have my eyes glaze over. (I'm not one for numbers and technical details, generally)|
|written by Onforty on Nov 22, 2008 11:04|
|Nan + ly |