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The subject of this article is from the Atlas Rises update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 23 July, 2018.
Galaxy Eissentam
Region Aslees Boundary
Star system Mutandu XV
Terrain Continent
Biome Lush - Paradise
Weather Dangerously Hot Fog
Resources Star Bulb, Cymatygen, Iridium, Heridium
Sentinels Passive
Flora Ample
Fauna Scarce
Discovered by roytheodd
Game Mode Normal
Platform PS4
Updated Atlas Rises

Acaindontan is a planet in No Man's Sky.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Acaindontan is a planet in the star system Mutandu XV on the PS4 version of No Man's Sky universe.

Alias names[edit | edit source]

PS4 Original: Acaindontan
PS4 Current: Acaindontan

Planet type[edit | edit source]

Acaindontan is an ocean planet with a color scheme that projects coastal living. The ground is white stone that blues and grays as the sun passes overhead. It’s covered with a soft, tawny grass that blows gently in the breeze. The temperature only ranges from 62.2° to 64.8° F, making it a wonderful place to find a perch and take in a sunset. Of course, there are daily storms with their dangerously hot fogs. Those push the temperature to 251.5° F and trigger coolant networks. The land masses range from large continents covered with waypoints, resources, and caves, to tiny islands that are too small to land on in a starship.

Waypoints[edit | edit source]

Dozinsub Wetlands

As an oceanic planet, Acaindontan has a limited number of waypoints. It does have a great variety of them, though. Galactic trade terminals are found hovering in the wild, at shelters with launch pads, and at the known trading post. Further, all manner of colonial outposts, travel aids, and trail resources have been discovered. Plaques have been discovered both on dry land and underwater.

Acaindontan has the rare distinction of having known waypoints that sit in shallow water, giving the feeling of wetlands or a swamp. There are locations where sea level is just slightly higher than the land elevation; the water is high enough to ripple but low enough that grass protrudes from its surface. The picture here of Dozinsub Wetlands shows an area where both water and grass share the same space, with the waypoint, cargo, and banner all in the water. The background shows where the Dozinsub water mingles with the sea water.

Notable locations[edit | edit source]

Portal[edit | edit source]

The portal has not been discovered yet.

Traveller Grave[edit | edit source]

No Traveller graves have been located yet.

Life[edit | edit source]

Fauna[edit | edit source]

Image Name Gender Temperament Diet Weight Height Commonality Environmental System Genus
Adeorliumium Cuterl.jpg Adeorliumium Cuterl Non-uniform Unpredictable Oxide elements 90.14kg 1.00m Common Sky Agnelis
Dogestisera Zenaiat.jpg Dogestisera Zenaiat Prime Shy Oxide elements 41.35kg 0.73m Common Water Ictaloris
Fimaculeae Nutrorum.jpg Fimaculeae Nutrorum Orthogonal Unconcerned Vegetation 125.64kg 2.44m Rare Land Theroma
Nexpiserae Baili.jpg Nexpiserae Baili Vectorized Stalking Meat-eater 164.37kg 2.76m Rare Water Prionace
Nifrunnulerae Liba.jpg Nifrunnulerae Liba Radical Submissive Herbivore 221.40kg 4.71m Rare Land Theroma
Oynaea Zenaiat.jpg Oynaea Zenaiat Common Water Ictaloris
Rulishermiumis Iulumin.jpg Rulishermiumis Iulumin Rational Migratory Grazing creature 120.47kg 2.22m Rare Sky Agnelis
Uttatiumus Mitas.jpg Uttatiumus Mitas Exotic Prey Absorbed nutrients 36.65kg 0.94m Common Land Felidae
Xodonagiumicae Mitas.jpg Xodonagiumicae Mitas Rational Shy Absorbed nutrients 48.58kg 0.70m Common Land Felidae
10 of 11 undiscovered
11 of 11 undiscovered

Flora[edit | edit source]

Image Name Root structure Nutrient source Notes Primary Element Secondary Element Type
Aiasum Sodatutifenosa.jpg Aiasum Sodatutifenosa Efficient Rock Enzymes Wind-Blown Seeds Carbon Tree
Doroe Akterae.jpg Doroe Akterae Inorganic Liquid Ammonia Wailing Roots Carbon Fern
Hundium Jumerium.jpg Hundium Jumerium Regular Carnivorous Roots Ocular Irritant Carbon Fern
Iaialium Ectarium.jpg Iaialium Ectarium Irregular Photosynthesis Omni-Seasonal Carbon Carnivorous
Lecomis Denosia.jpg Lecomis Denosia Many-Limbed Air Leaching Nanite Sap Kelp Sac Bulb flower
Lentris Hantum.jpg Lentris Hantum Fractal Anaerobic Digestion Edible Seeds Carbon Sulphurine Fern
Lipertsii Eudumosa.jpg Lipertsii Eudumosa Invasive Meditation Meaty Roots Zinc Bulb flower
Lofeoe Ciolkhosa.jpg Lofeoe Ciolkhosa Widespread Radio Waves Movement Prone Carbon Sulphurine Fern
Nosemera Obelikaposa.jpg Nosemera Obelikaposa Omni-Directional Soil Recycling Insect Habitation Platinum Bulb flower
Ottelosa Julumosa.jpg Ottelosa Julumosa Many-Limbed Geological Energy Spongy Coating Carbon Tree
Puniae Cebullium.jpg Puniae Cebullium Polygonal Nitrogen Fixation Frost Resistant Carbon Bulb flower
Rekum Kumedlae.jpg Rekum Kumedlae Parasitic Membrane Compression Fireproof Nuts Carbon Tree
Sebailea Yiteiae.jpg Sebailea Yiteiae Simple Sunlight Crimson Seeds Carbon Fern
Simia Stpoe.jpg Simia Stpoe Substantial Atmospheric Moisture Genetically Diverse Thamium9 Bulb flower
Sunia Aurocae.jpg Sunia Aurocae Simple Natural Carbon Movement Prone Carbon Tree
Thmosica Madium.jpg Thmosica Madium Transferrable Carnivorous Ericaceous Carbon Fern
Uiiae Fresea.jpg Uiiae Fresea Bi-directional Thermal Capture Whispering Leaves Marrow Bulb Bulb flower
Ulrea Miminiumeum.jpg Ulrea Miminiumeum Unfathomable Heavy Rain Hydrophilic Carbon Fern (seaweed)
Vailii Resissea.jpg Vailii Resissea Global Electron Donors Hive Mind Carbon Bulb flower
Xequea Etossesium.jpg Xequea Etossesium Circular Natural Carbon Tiny Hairs Carbon Fern
Xifroe Eisia.jpg Xifroe Eisia Desiccated Sunlight Golden Sap Carbon Nitrogen Fern

Sentinels[edit | edit source]

The sentinels generally pay little attention on this planet.

Resources[edit | edit source]

Specific[edit | edit source]

Image Name Metal Content Formation Process Notes Primary Element Secondary Element Explorer Notes
Bajonetsite.jpg Bajonetsite 50% Magnetic Attraction Oily Coating Iron Thamium9 Stalactite
Chlinfite.jpg Chlinfite 64% Comet Fragment Inedible Detritum Arch
Diamsedite.jpg Diamsedite 41% Localized Black Hole Eroded Detritum Underwater rock
Doligmite.jpg Doligmite 72% Atmospheric Metal Radioactive Detritum Underwater boulder with plant growth
Gedrizite.jpg Gedrizite 48% Evaporation Multi-Layered Iron Zinc Stalagmite
Huthioite.jpg Huthioite 80% Soil Compaction Polyp Colony Detritum Boulder with red, etched circles
Ischisite.jpg Ischisite 43% Water Transport Quantum Instability Detritum Underwater spike
Laycrawite.jpg Laycrawite 45% Gravitational Silicate Iron Platinum Underwater, fern-like
Nukhamite.jpg Nukhamite 54% Vented Minerals Oily Coating Detritum Boulder with plant growth
Pabswuite.jpg Pabswuite 58% Plant Deposits Low Specific Gravity Detritum Underwater stalagmite
Rygibbsite.jpg Rygibbsite 69% Sedimentation Unusually Soft Iron Aluminium Underwater rock with crystals
Sazaibeite.jpg Sazaibeite 58% Wind Erosion Exfoliating Detritum Underwater, mushroom-like
Sislerite.jpg Sislerite 43% Gas Humidity Hydrophobic Detritum Oyster shell
Teklaite.jpg Teklaite 75% Metal Vapor Inert Iron Emeril Green and white arch
Varievite.jpg Varievite 60% Soil Amalgamation Industrially Valuable Detritum Underwater tube
Vedarkite.jpg Vedarkite 67% Metal Vapor Complex Crystals Iron Nickel Rock with starfish
Xonormite.jpg Xonormite 47% Calcium Secretion Vacuum Core Iron Zinc Small, flat rock
Yurenohite.jpg Yurenohite 55% Low Energy Reaction Liquid Centre Iron Plutonium Underwater orb

Generic[edit | edit source]

Cymatygen, heridium, and iridium deposits
Name Type Secondary Element Commonality Note
Aluminium Neutral Rare Found in Rygibbsite
Carbon Isotope varies Common Found in most flora
Chrysonite Silicate Heridium Rare Found as crystals
Cymatygen Exotic Very Rare Found as deposits
Detritum Neutral/Exotic Rare Found in some minerals
Emeril Neutral Rare Found in Teklaite
Heridium Silicate Common Found as deposits
Iridium Neutral Uncommon Found as deposits
Iron Oxide varies Common Found in most minerals
Kelp Sac Exotic Rare Found in Lecomis Denosia
Marrow Bulb Neutral/Exotic Rare Found in Uiiae Fresea
Nickel Neutral Common Found in Vedarkite
Nitrogen CAG Element Very Rare Found in Xifroe Eisia
Platinum Silicate Uncommon Found in Nosemera Obelikaposa and Laycrawite
Plutonium Isotope Thamium9 Rare Found as crystals and in Yurenohite
Star Bulb HAs Rare Found as flora
Sulphurine CAG Element Very Rare Found in Lentris Hantum
Thamium9 Isotope Uncommon Found in Simia Stpoe and Bajonetsite
Titanium Oxide Rare Found as crystals
Zinc Oxide Uncommon Found in Lipertsii Eudumosa, Gedrizite, and Xonormite

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