Verikondor (Sanctuary)

Andrew Reinhard, 2019

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Introduction

Verikondor (Sanctuary)

Sanctuary is 1,080 light years from Lennon, capital of the old Galactic Hub, in an area of space called the "huburbs." Remote and not named according to Hub convention, it remained largely undiscovered, and is only briefly noted in the No Man's Sky Gamepedia wiki. The base unit occupies a flat, grassy patch of ground, and to its right is a two-tiered stack of decorative Trade Terminals, three on the top row and seven on the bottom. Adjacent to the base unit is a signal booster.

The most notable feature of the base is a floating platform consisting of eight domes and a landing pad accessed via a long ramp. It would appear that the base rested on a floating platform of rock, but with the v1.3 reset, that platform is gone (although there is another, higher rocky plinth hovering above and behind the base). The base unit is plain and simple containing a base ID ("Sanctuary") and Korvax vendor. Outside the base unit and next to the ramp is a single comm station welcoming travelers.

This site is the 16th visited by Andrew Reinhard for the No Man's Sky Archaeological Project.