Lajodanssysl (ButterBase 1.3)

Andrew Reinhard, 2019

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Introduction

Lajodanssysl (ButterBase 1.3)

ButterBase 1.3, created by ButterForTheKing (BFTK), one of the Galactic Hub's earliest settlers, was built post-Atlas Rises after the cataclysm wiped out his prior, Pathfinder-era base on a nearby planet in the same system, destroying his "Temple of the Sun". As a stopgap prior to moving to the new Galactic Hub, BFTK created a modest base on a lush world in his home system, ultimately leaving to join his community and leaving a farewell communication station to indicate as much. He recreated his temple in the new Hub, perhaps the first example of heritage reconstruction by a player in an open world video game.

This is the 10th site visited by Andrew Reinhard for the No Man's Sky Archaeological Project, and includes current and archival photos, videos, synthetic text, and other evidence for the move to the new Hub.