Meridian (Meridian Village)

Andrew Reinhard, 2019

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Meridian (Meridian Village)

In the Pathfinder era, Meridian used to be a forested world hosting the Meridian Village Grand Prix race track. Now the planet is stripped of trees, its name has changed, and the Meridian Village player-base has relocated itself an hour's walk away, the original site buried and ringed by nine submerged communication stations. This is yet another example of a movable base in No Man's Sky with the original building site still marked by inscriptions. This base is one of a handful of farms growing sustainable cash crops for use by the base owner and free for visitors to collect. It was owned by Ryder_E-E, one of the Galactic Hub's most well-traveled players whose communication stations appear on several other worlds within what is now known as the Legacy Hub.

This is the 28th site visited as part of Andrew Reinhard's No Man's Sky Archaeological Project.