Nohash Patieme (Neptune Acquisitions Inc)

Andrew Reinhard, 2019

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Introduction

Nohash Patieme (Neptune Acquisitions Inc)

The settlement on Nohash Patieme, Neptune Acquisitions Inc, created in the Pathfinder era by player DudeofNeptune, is not in and of itself unusual, but the surrounding landscape is. Abandoned after the Atlas Rises update, the planet is now toxic. The base is an intact tower but nearby are two unclaimed central base units within brief walking distance, something almost never seen in other areas throughout No Man's Sky's universe. Upon arrival, the base was invisible and then popped into view, as opposed to gradually appearing on the horizon as one approaches. Also, a rectangular plot of land seemed to be glitched, a textureless swatch of color on the landscape.

This is the 13th site investigated as part of the No Man's Sky Archaeological Project by Andrew Reinhard. Videos, pictures, and site report accompany this site record.