Hazardous Flora

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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 24 July, 2018.

Hazardous Flora is a plant.

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Hazardous Flora is a plant that reacts to the presence of the player. They don't show up on planetary scans but they can be revealed with Analysis Visor and will be indicated with PICKUP.DANGER.png icon.

Their poison is extremely toxic and can incapacitate a traveller quickly without proper protection. Destroying them don't alert sentinels.

Carnivorous Flora[edit | edit source]

Carnivorous Flora

Carnivorous Flora is known for its whipping, poisonous attack. It is classified as flora, can be scanned and will show up in the discoveries with a randomised name.

They are scattered abundantly on planet surfaces where flora is present and have an attack range of about two meters. Damage will occur to the player whether they are on foot or inside an Exocraft vehicle. They provide Oxygen when destroyed with the Multi-tool, but remain unharmed if driven over.

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Cave Plant[edit | edit source]

Cave Plant

Cave Plant is known for its pulsating, poisonous attack. It is not classified as flora, therefore it cannot be scanned.

They can be found in caves and 8-14 units of Oxygen or Sodium can be harvested from them. It requires Haz-Mat Gauntlet and can be done from a safe distance, without taking any damage.

Destroying them with the Multi-tool yield the same amount of resources.

It is advised to use the Torch as they can blend in the environment, their texture only changes when the player looks directly at them.

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Variations for Carnivorous Flora[edit | edit source]

The stem, leaves and growth form change from planet to planet. There is only one species of Carnivorous Flora per planet. The leaves on the base appear to be always the same.

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