Caoimhe (Paddy's Paddock)

Andrew Reinhard, 2019

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Introduction

Caoimhe (Paddy's Paddock)

The site of Paddy's Paddock was created by player Crispy Chrisu on the planet formerly known as Caoimhe in the Pathfinder era. The abandoned settlement is notable for two features: 1) a large billboard featuring the thumb logo from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, and 2) the base has moved from its original building site, likely because of a glitch or player agency prior to the arrival of Andrew Reinhard for the No Man's Sky Archaeological Project. Four communication stations mark the base's original location.

This site was the 29th to be investigated for the NMS project. It includes flyover and walkthrough videos of the settlement, plus images, manifest of communication stations, and site report, plus archival photos from 2017 before the Atlas Rises update.