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Biome - Mega Exotic

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The subject of this article is from the NEXT update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 28 October, 2018.
Mega Exotic with black and white colours, circular rock formations and mega-sized lush planet trees.

Mega Exotic is a variant of the Exotic Biome.

Summary[edit | edit source]

A Mega Exotic planet. Notice the yellow hue and the giant versions of underwater flora.

First appearing in the NEXT update, this variant of the Exotic biome (confirmed in Update 1.55) is characterized by having mega-sized versions of objects found in other biomes, like giant circular rock formations, algae, smokestack plants and trees. It has an atmosphere that refracts light into a certain colour, which can vary from a strong orange hue to a dismal black-and-white dystopia.

Though they are classified similarly to exotic planets, it seems to be on a class of its own. It has clear, normal and extreme weather with characteristics similar to lush planets. Flora and fauna here can be discovered. Waypoints are present if the system is inhabited. In the game file (found here), this biome is called Red biome in red systems, Green biome in green systems and Blue biome in blue systems.

From space, they look similar to Airless planets but they have an atmosphere. Look for them in red, green and blue star systems.

Name generation[edit | edit source]

Mega Exotic with blood red colours and scorched biome trees.

The biome type is indicated in the information panel when the player exits their starship. This is procedurally generated by adding one of the following prefixes to the Planet or Moon text.

There are exceptions indicated with 1 which do not receive additional text indicating the type of the astronomical body. The sequence is taken from the game file.

Sequence Red biome Green biome Blue biome
1. Crimson Planetary Anomaly 1 Planetary Anomaly 1
2. Planetary Anomaly 1 Lost Green Lost Blue
3. Lost Red [REDACTED] [REDACTED]
4. [REDACTED] Stellar Corruption Detected 1 Stellar Corruption Detected 1
5. Stellar Corruption Detected 1 Chromatic Fog Chromatic Fog
6. Chromatic Fog Vile Anomaly 1 Harsh Blue Globe 1
7. Vermillion Globe 1 Toxic Anomaly 1 Frozen Anomaly 1
8. Scarlet Doomed Jade Azure
9. Blood Haunted Emeril Cerulean
10. Wine Dark Deathly Green Anomaly 1 Ultramarine

Weather[edit | edit source]

The weather listed here can be clear, normal or extreme.

Sequence Red biome Green biome Blue biome
1. Burning Crimson Bilious Storms Frozen Mists
2. Scarlet Rain Deadly Pressure Variations Electric Rain
3. Fevered Clouds Harsh Toxic Wind Azure Storms
4. Carmine Winds Corrupted Blood Extreme Low Pressure
5. Red Mist Infinite Toxic Mist All-Consuming Cold
6. Flaming Hail Echoes of Acid Winds from Beyond
7. Vermillion Storms Poison Cyclones Unfathomable Storms
8. Rain of Atlas Inescapable Toxins Unimaginable Blue
9. Angered Clouds Clouds of Haunted Green Ultramarine Wind
10. Blood Rain Invisible Jade Winds Inverted Superstorms

Additional information[edit | edit source]

  • The name generation and weather with their sequence are extracted from the 1.77 version of NMS_UPDATE3_ENGLISH.MBIN game file.