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Galaxy Euclid
Region Ospeleshv Fringe
Star system Toseike
Biome Scorched - Torrid
Weather Sweltering
Resources Solanium, Gold, Nickel, Heridium
Sentinels Regular
Flora Sporadic
Fauna Typical
Garden world No
Discovered by Somarinoa
Platform PC
Updated Atlas Rises

Aberskyvinda-Unbu is a planet in No Man's Sky.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Aberskyvinda-Unbu is a planet in the star system Toseike on the PC version of the No Man's Sky universe.

It is a swelteringly hot, hellish world, with temperatures ranging between 171.1°F (77.2℃) in the afternoon to 136.2°F (57.8℃) at night. Vegetation is quite common, and a typical amount of fauna can be found here as well. It is located within Korvax space.

Alias names[edit | edit source]

PC Current: Aberskyvinda-Unbu

Planet type[edit | edit source]

Aberskyvinda-Unbu from orbit.

Aberskyvinda-Unbu is a Torrid planet.

Moons[edit | edit source]

Like the rest of the Toseike System, Aberskyvinda lacks a moon.

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Life[edit | edit source]

Fauna[edit | edit source]

Name Environment Gender Diet Height Weight Discovered by   Brief description
Aberskyvinda Platerunner
(Igmaeum mevens)
Unspecified Asymmetric
Vegetation 1.48m 108.62 kg Somarinoa

Aberskyvinda Platerunner Male.jpg

Aberskyvinda Platerunner Female.jpg

A species evolved from platerunner stock brought over from Ilongoqungo. They store fat in their tails to better survive the harsh environment, and females keep their young in pouches on their back to better protect them. Males are smaller but possess the genus' notable side plates, and their snouts have become quite suid in design. Their species' colors are downplayed to better hide from predators. They are timid, herbivorous creatures.
Smug Slateskull
(Pampusia aevial)
Unspecified Alpha Herbivore 0.88m 56.59 kg Somarinoa Smug Slateskull.jpg A species of slateskull that have adapted to the heat. They store large quantities of fat in their tails as a survival tactic. They are defensive herbivores and will defend themselves from predators should the need arise, but will attempt to flee whenever possible. They keep their head held high to watch for danger, which gives them their smug appearance when they move about, nose up in the air.
Vindicated Baphomet
(Iduseusus bogen)
Unspecified Indeterminate Oxide elements 5.93m 284.09 kg Somarinoa Vindicated Baphomet.jpg A species of Skoff originally brought over from neighboring Thiaseuris-Ulgan Jeppj as an experiment to see if an arctic species could survive the heat. They surprised the scientists and thrived. Despite their huge, imposing and honestly intimidating appearance, they have a calm demeanor. They feed on oxide elements.
(Umrediia bogen)
Unspecified Non-uniform Grazing creature 7.88m 373.26 kg Somarinoa

Vindowl Male.jpg

Vindowl Female.jpg

The local sapient species. They have yet to establish tribes but have begun to show signs of occasional tool use. They feed by grazing, either by standing and chewing on the leaves of the local trees or by crouching down on all fours to feed on smaller bushes and plants. They are very heavyset, and have notable fat rolls. They are also notable for their incredibly pungent, sweaty odor that can gag anyone without a proper breathing apparatus to filter out the smell. They are submissive by nature, and seem fascinated by extraterrestrial sapient visitors. Males develop large horns on their faces while females develop a pair of antlers. Females must fight for the male's attention during breeding season.

Flora[edit | edit source]

Name Color Discovered by   Brief description
Devil's Fan
(Adsideus etutibae)
Brown trunk, deep red leaves Somarinoa Devil's Fan.jpg The primary tree species on the planet. Because of occasional high winds, their primary leaf is supported by a limb that wraps around its border, which the leaf attaches to at various points. The large holes in the leaf prevent it from being destroyed in the windstorms. Their roots extend deep into the planet, where they are swamped with subterranean springs, and this long root line lets them absorb levels of carbon and radon. They subsist on infrared radiation and produce a stinging fruit covered in small needles that keep most creatures away. Their cells are built to convert into youthful cells over time, causing the entire tree to return to a sapling state. This regeneration process makes them effectively immortal. They are a common food source for the local Vindicated Baphomets and Vindowls.
(Foagosa nocerium)
Drab yellow gourds Somarinoa Hellgourd.jpg A species of gourd-like vegetation. They leech enzymes out of the local rocks, but since this breaks down their own stability over time, they have evolved omni-directional roots that extend in every possible direction, radiating outwards from the flora, making them very difficult to yank from the ground. So long as the roots remain, the Hellgourd can regenerate. However, patches of Hellgourd have been witnessed having a migratory pattern—after 10 or 11 cycles, an individual will finally die off, and a new stem will grow further out along the root structure from where the original was, roughly at the edge of the other's roots, creating a clone of the original. This keeps the soil from being too used up and is known to keep the gourds circling indefinitely around the planet.
(Axussera inkusum)
Drab yellow Somarinoa Hotvine.jpg A species of angervine adapted to very hot temperatures. They have absorbed high levels of metal, giving them a high metal content consisting of carbon and radon. This is done over the matter of only several days and makes them searing to the touch and a tough nut to crack by organic weapons, thus making it difficult for prey items to escape its clutches. However, the high radon levels has caused its roots to become stunted and it can easily be ripped out of the ground. They normally feed via nitrogen fixation, but will kill organic life to supplement its diet whenever possible, as well.
(Oforjum Oaulerae)
Brown, woody stem; yellow leaves and stamen Somarinoa Satanstaff.jpg A species of tall, woody flora that produce an odorless, yellow flower. Their root system is far-reaching, and individuals for miles around may extend off the same parent plant. Their roots are also carnivorous, and seek out sources of carbon dioxide that indicate possible dens for smaller subterranean creatures or decomposing matter, both of which they will extract nutrients from.
Soul Tears
Various shades of blue Somarinoa Soul Tears.jpg
Red stalk, fleshy seed pods Somarinoa Tacotestine.jpg
Tartarus Tree
(Tartae maylabesosa)
Brown trunk, greenish-yellow leaves Somarinoa Tartarus Tree.jpg The second most common tree on the planet, often found in conjunction with Devil's Fan. They are extremely slow-growing, taking centuries to reach roughly 20ft tall. Their root structure is narrow but elongated, making it hard to blow over during windstorms. Their leaves are slightly sticky, enabling them to entrap small invertebrates that are then directly ingested through the membrane. They are covered in a fine "dust", made up of the upper layer of their bark, which will brush off if touched and is a known ocular irritant. Their trunk and limbs are porous and during windstorms the wind blowing through these holes produces a long, low howl known locally as "Pol's Voice".

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Indicate which elements can be found, and their relative frequency

Name Type Note
Carbon Isotope
Plutonium Isotope
Thamium9 Isotope
Copper Neutral
Emeril Neutral None
Gold Neutral Secondary planetary element
Nickel Neutral Tertiary planetary element
Heridium Silicate Quaternary planetary element
Platinum Silicate
Iron Oxide
Zinc Oxide
Titanium Oxide
Solanium Harvested Agricultural Substance Primary planetary element

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