Aotendoni Taki

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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.
Aotendoni Taki
Aotendoni Taki
Galaxy Eissentam
Region Aslees Boundary
Star system Mutandu XV
Terrain Continent
Biome Frozen - Freezing
Weather Icy Blasts
Resources Frost Crystal, Cymatygen, Nickel, Heridium
Sentinels Typical
Flora Bountiful
Fauna Abundant
Discovered by roytheodd
Game Mode Normal
Platform PS4
Updated Atlas Rises

Aotendoni Taki is a planet in No Man's Sky.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Aotendoni Taki 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: Aotendoni Taki
PS4 Current: Aotendoni Taki

Planet type[edit | edit source]

Aotendoni Taki is an oceanic planet whose surface is mostly liquid water. The land above sea level is frozen at all times of day and night and covered with snow. Explorers’ thermic layers will be active at all times, unless sheltered or underwater. The daytime temperature is -77.1° F, with the night being slightly warmer at -61.9°F. The icy blasts of storms bring the temperature down to -160.6°F. The land itself is a dark gray stone that pushes up through the snow as knobby hills and as thick cords that serpentine around the landscape. True caves are uncommon, with most of them being shallow and offering little protection from the cold. Even though every planet in the Mutandu XV system has cymatygen it is hardest to find on this planet, likely because of the volume of water here.

Waypoints[edit | edit source]

As an oceanic planet, Aotendoni Taki has a limited number of waypoints. There are no discovered trading posts, landing pads, or shelters that offer a fuel-free launch, so bring plutonium. What has been discovered includes simple save points, Save Beacons, camps, depots, drop pods, plaques, and abandoned buildings. These last two have been discovered on both dry land and underwater.

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
Aidivigeusera Dibidr.jpg Aidivigeusera Dibidr None Fearful Vegetation 108.03kg 1.67m Uncommon Land Theroma
Driparusae Alest.jpg Driparusae Alest Prime Defensive Grazing creature 39.41kg 0.95m Common Land Theroma
Kirkiiae Alest.jpg Kirkiiae Alest Exotic Timid Oxide elements 81.48kg 0.81m Common Land Theroma
Nugiiumeum Dibidr.jpg Nugiiumeum Dibidr Male Cautious Absorbed nutrients 112.85kg 1.54m Uncommon Land Reococcyx
Ocoileumeum Noscot.jpg Ocoileumeum Noscot Orthogonal Unconcerned Absorbed nutrients 279.23kg 5.94m Rare Land Felidae
Puplitreae Noscot.jpg Puplitreae Noscot Male Unconcerned Herbivore 277.97kg 6.16m Rare Land Tetraceris
Routhrusea Alest.jpg Routhrusea Alest Indeterminiate Cautious Vegetation 63.45kg 0.80m Common Land Theroma
Tayronicae Faenusi.jpg Tayronicae Faenusi Vectorized Erratic Vegetation 82.24kg 1.00m Common Sky Agnelis
Wheymeumica Faenusi.jpg Wheymeumica Faenusi Orthogonal Erratic Grazing creature 95.84kg 1.17m Uncommon Sky Agnelis
Yinkuseus Spec.jpg Yinkuseus Spec Rational Unpredictable Scavenger 82.93kg 1.48m Uncommon Land Felidae
11 of 14 undiscovered
12 of 14 undiscovered
13 of 14 undiscovered
14 of 14 undiscovered

Flora[edit | edit source]

Image Name Root structure Nutrient source Notes Primary Element Secondary Element Type
Buhurus Eieciae.jpg Buhurus Eieciae Irregular Underground Bubbles Annual Spore Clouds Carbon Fern (seaweed)
Bujectosa Hexae.jpg Bujectosa Hexae Hidden Infrared Radiation Delicate Stems Thamium9 Bulb flower
Ductium Ripugeus.jpg Ductium Ripugeus Transferable Soil Recycling Tiny Hairs Carbon Carnivorous
Ealium Lafumabii.jpg Ealium Lafumabii Substantial Heat Recycling Sensitive to Light Carbon Fern (underwater)
Eugmera Coendae.jpg Eugmera Coendae Swamped Theft Hydropholic Marrow Bulb Bulb flower
Gaiamis Izonoe.jpg Gaiamis Izonoe Not Present Aerobic Digestion Flowers Once Zinc Bulb flower
Hudagae Famae.jpg Hudagae Famae Significant Thermal Capture Liquidizes Soil Carbon Tree
Kilkisteus Ituophum.jpg Kilkisteus Ituophum Localized Buried Carbon Luminous Bulbs Marrow Root Bulb flower
Ricyrae Urelima.jpg Ricyrae Urelima Extendable Electron Donors Odorless Platinum Bulb flower
Sasaretti Liyrhyica.jpg Sasaretti Liyrhyica Hidden Natural Carbon Spreading Tubers Carbon Tree
Sirodera Arquireus.jpg Sirodera Arquireus Substantial Radio Waves Easily Startled Carbon Tree

Sentinels[edit | edit source]

The sentinels generally pay little attention on this planet. However, if you harvest an albumen pearl you will have an immediate wanted level of 3.

Resources[edit | edit source]

Specific[edit | edit source]

Image Name Metal Content Formation Process Notes Primary Element Secondary Element Explorer Notes
Giseneite.jpg Giseneite 65% Spontaneous Polyp Colony Detritum Stack of rocks
Heklakeite.jpg Heklakeite 53% Salt Baked Strong Odor Iron Thamium9 Underwater orb
Jurbaiite.jpg Jurbaiite 59% Metal Vapor Contains Water Iron Iridium Cluster of small rocks
Kelyustine.jpg Kelyustine 70% Photonic Melts Easily Detritum Large snow-covered rock
Lepidite.jpg Lepidite 50% Gas Bubbles Elastic Iron Thamium9 Boulder
Lietekite.jpg Lietekite 48% Hydrothermal Melts Easily Iron Zinc Stalagmite
Nicevilleite.jpg Nicevilleite 49% Low Energy Reaction High Density Detritum Boulder with plant growth
Olicoite.jpg Olicoite 57% Tectonic Conductive Iron Iridium Collection of tubes
Roxmaite.jpg Roxmaite 44% Animal Deposits Industrially Valuabe Iron Platinum Stalactite
Rubidiite.jpg Rubidiite 62% Magnetic Attraction Low Specific Gravity Detritum Underwater boulder with plant growth
Ruffinite.jpg Ruffinite 44% Plant Deposits Inedible Detritum Medium snow-covered rock
Rylaloite.jpg Rylaloite 42% Plant Deposits Durable Iron Heridium Small underwater rock
Uirinite.jpg Uirinite 66% Lithification Pyroclastic Iron Nickel Small snow-covered rock

Generic[edit | edit source]

Albumen Pearl on Aotendoni Taki
Name Type Secondary Element Commonality Note
Albumen Pearl Trade Commodity Rare
Carbon Isotope Common
Cymatygen Exotic Very Rare
Detritum Neutral/Exotic Rare
Frost Crystal HAs Uncommon
Heridium Silicate Common
Iridium Neutral Uncommon Found in specific minerals
Marrow Bulb Neutral/Exotic Rare
Nickel Neutral Common
Platinum Silicate Uncommon
Plutonium Isotope Thamium9 Rare
Titanium Oxide Zinc Rare
Zinc Oxide Uncommon

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