Borealis Bowl

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The subject of this article is from the Synthesis update.
The information from this article is is up-to-date as of 18 February, 2020.

This article was catalogued by the Galactic Hub.

Borealis Bowl
Borealis Bowl
Builder Titter2
Galaxy Euclid
Region Airnaka Conflux
Star system HUB8-1AC Ikyushi-Mah
Planet Stryag Ukabe
Galactic coords 042E:0078:0D55:01AC
Portal glyphs 51ACF9556C2F
Game mode Normal
Platform XBOX
Release Synthesis
Farm Geobay
No No
Landing pad Arena
4 Yes
Trade terminal Racetrack
No No

Borealis Bowl is a player base.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Borealis Bowl is a player base designed for PVP combat, located on the moon Stryag Ukabe in the HUB8-1AC Ikyushi-Mah system.

The Borealis Bowl is a small sized orbital PVP combat arena that offers a fast pace and strategic match. After landing at the staging area, players will be able to charge their shields and create a manual save point. Inside are four short-ranged teleporters to transfer players to their starting points. The main floor of the arena contains a central pyramid which gives a good vantage point on all sides with the risk of limited cover. Under the pyramid is a cylindrical room which leads to the lower level; a closed off, tight quartered slaughterhouse. There is a short-ranged teleporter on top of the pyramid which also leads to the lower level.

Perfect size for a two person battle, but designed for up to four players.

This arena was designed for, and approved for use in, the Galactic Hub Star League

Features[edit | edit source]

  • Staging area with health stations, save point, and Short-Range Teleporters to arena
  • Open air main level with low gravity
  • Centered pyramid and four corner towers for vantage point
  • Half walls, pillars, and tunnels for unique combat
  • Short-ranged teleporter for quick travel between levels
  • Tight quartered lower level

Additional information[edit | edit source]

Falling off of the arena, will result in loss of match

Gallery[edit | edit source]