Delicate Flora (PLNT)

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The subject of this article is from the Visions update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 22 November, 2018.
Disambig.png This article is about Delicate Flora with years modifier. For Delicate Flora with mutated genes modifier, see Delicate Flora (FARM).
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Category Artifact
Type Delicate Flora
Total Value 2,289,760.3 Units.png
Used for Trading, Trading (High Value)
Release Visions

Delicate Flora (PLNT) is a type of Artifact.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Delicate Flora (PLNT) is one of several types of Artifacts and it is a reward for opening Large Artifact Crates found in Ancient Ruins, completing missions, completing exploration type expeditions with frigate, or completing a daily task given by the Farmer.

Game description[edit | edit source]

These are the possible game descriptions for Delicate Flora (PLNT). One of the following is randomly chosen when an artifact is procedurally generated.

The sequence is taken from the game file.

Common[edit | edit source]

  1. Approximately XXX years old.
    A relatively common plant, suffering from a relatively uncommon mutation. Spores of this size are not normal.
  2. Approximately XXX years old.
    The delicate scent and soft, fine hairs cannot disguise the fact this is a widespread weed. This was probably not what the original planet intended to grow.
  3. Approximately XXX years old.
    A culinary delight, this plant was historically used to add flavour to meat past its prime. Despite being a fine seasoning, this sample is probably too historically significant to be eaten.
  4. Approximately XXX years old.
    Great care should be taken to keep this sample from contaminating other habitats, particularly given the speed at which this plant appears to be spreading across its container.
  5. Approximately XXX years old.
    Beautiful in bloom, this ancient plant was traditionally used to convey a message of love and admiration.

Uncommon[edit | edit source]

  1. Approximately XXXX years old.
    This plant has remarkably poisonous leaves, highly toxic petals, and release a scent that causes mild intoxication. Handle with care.
  2. Approximately XXXX years old.
    Adorned with ripe, juicy berries, this plant looks highly nutritious. Even the stems, firm and fleshy, look like they'd be a delight to eat.
  3. Approximately XXXX years old.
    A powerful medicinal herb, this plant could hold the key to developing the cure for the common cold. It should be deposited at a responsible cloning unit immediately.

Rare[edit | edit source]

  1. Approximately XXXX years old.
    A spectacular plant, once thought entirely extinct. It blooms rarely, and its precious flowers have inspired poetry, music and occasional murders.
  2. Approximately XXXX years old.
    When you stop to consider it, this plant's fragrance is subtle and hard to pin down. And yet, when your mind moves on to other things, the perfume grows in your mind, consuming your every thought, demanding your attention...
  3. Approximately XXXX years old.
    This sample is either suffering from, or the root of, a strange and severe mutation. It appears to be absorbing genetic material from anything it touches, twisting its tendrils to match the form of the donor.

Modifier and value ranges[edit | edit source]

The table shows the modifier and value ranges. There is no correlation between the modifier and the value, both are randomly chosen within their ranges.

Rarity Modifier Modifier with text Base value Total value
Common 200-500 200-500 years 100,000 - 200,000 Units.png 115,000 - 230,000 Units.png
Uncommon 600-1100 600-1100 years 400,000 - 700,000 Units.png 460,000 - 805,000 Units.png
Rare 1400-3000 1400-3000 years 800,000 - 2,000,000 Units.png 920,000 - 2,300,000 Units.png

Top 5 List[edit | edit source]

The following items are the most valuable Delicate Flora discovered. If your artifact doesn't qualify for this list, it still should be added to the Artifact Research page for additional scientific study.

To qualify for this list, the following items apply:
  * The value of the artifact must be greater than the 5th item on the list.
  * A screenshot of the information panel need to be added. (Use the Upload file page to upload a screenshot)
  * If you are unsure how to properly edit this page, please add your discovery to the Artifact Research page.

Top 5 - Rare[edit | edit source]

Top 5 - Uncommon[edit | edit source]

Top 5 - Common[edit | edit source]

Name generation[edit | edit source]

The names are procedurally generated with certain terms using one of the following options: 1. Box + (Part1)(Part2) + Noun; 2. (Part1)(Part2) + Noun.

Delicate Flora (PLNT) and Delicate Flora (FARM) use the same name generation, therefore they have the same naming order.

The sequence is taken from the game file.

Box[edit | edit source]

  1. Mutated
  2. Fresh
  3. Cloned
  4. Ornamental
  5. Germinated
  6. Preserved
  7. Dormant
  8. Hybrid
  9. Hybrid
  10. Mutated
  11. Fresh
  12. Toxic
  13. Lost
  14. The Last
  15. Rare

Part1[edit | edit source]

  1. Rip
  2. Lip
  3. Penny
  4. Cow
  5. Horse
  6. Clam
  7. Duck
  8. Pond
  9. Sink
  10. Ghost
  11. Moon
  12. Glass
  13. Tempt
  14. Lure
  15. Lash
  16. Eye
  17. Mouth
  18. Nerve
  19. Cotton
  20. Bind
  21. Wind
  22. Claw
  23. Mud
  24. Lime
  25. Marsh
  26. West
  27. Mill
  28. Still
  29. Quill
  30. Needle
  31. Tray
  32. Grim
  33. Gloom
  34. Tram
  35. Tide
  36. Flood
  37. Salt
  38. Ash
  39. Fire
  40. Bark
  41. Cork
  42. Pod
  43. Port
  44. Bug
  45. Fly
  46. Ant
  47. Deep
  48. Swamp
  49. Stone
  50. Gray
  51. Clay
  52. Snake
  53. Coast
  54. Lake
  55. River
  56. Hang
  57. Brim
  58. Broad
  59. Mould
  60. Milk
  61. Sun
  62. Tor
  63. Cairn
  64. Cul
  65. Nut
  66. Butter
  67. Churn
  68. Rot
  69. Dry
  70. Dust
  71. Saber
  72. Saw
  73. Trim
  74. Grout
  75. Sponge
  76. Pet
  77. Spice
  78. Fume
  79. Mist
  80. Fog
  81. Clay
  82. Creak
  83. Crab
  84. Apple
  85. Pip
  86. Tin
  87. Rust
  88. Trust
  89. Musk
  90. False
  91. Fake
  92. Fall
  93. Sky
  94. Lost
  95. Boast
  96. Host
  97. Skin
  98. Thief
  99. Gran
  100. Bran
  101. Wheat
  102. Bay
  103. Ship
  104. Corn
  105. Scorn
  106. Cap
  107. Tap
  108. Wrap
  109. Sack
  110. Sand
  111. Buck
  112. Iron
  113. Pulp
  114. Cone
  115. Crow
  116. Dew
  117. Fever
  118. Fume
  119. Flux
  120. Gut
  121. Holly
  122. Itch
  123. Paint
  124. Jug
  125. Flea
  126. Love
  127. Lone
  128. Louse
  129. Dream
  130. Sow
  131. Tooth
  132. Frog
  133. Toad
  134. Drip
  135. Honey

Part2[edit | edit source]

  1. weed
  2. wort
  3. leaf
  4. thistle
  5. grass
  6. parsley
  7. brush
  8. flower
  9. moss
  10. root
  11. rose
  12. berry
  13. tree
  14. paper
  15. cress
  16. thorn
  17. briar
  18. wood
  19. dalis
  20. foot
  21. gall
  22. fern
  23. flax
  24. fruit
  25. bore
  26. herb
  27. rush
  28. palm
  29. vine
  30. foil
  31. shade
  32. oak
  33. birch
  34. beech
  35. -elder
  36. bush
  37. barb
  38. rye
  39. drop
  40. plum
  41. well
  42. beam
  43. lily
  44. hop
  45. bine
  46. bane
  47. dew

Noun[edit | edit source]

  1. Seeds
  2. Cuttings
  3. Fruit
  4. Berries
  5. Sprouts
  6. Petals
  7. Samples
  8. Nuts
  9. Clippings
  10. Tubers
  11. Bulbs
  12. Pollen
  13. Clippings
  14. Tubers
  15. Bulbs
  16. Pollen
  17. Seeds
  18. Cuttings
  19. Cultivar

Additional information[edit | edit source]

  • The game description and the name generation are extracted from the 1.77 version of NMS_UPDATE3_ENGLISH.MBIN game file, while the modifier and value ranges are extracted from the 1.77 version of PROCEDURALPRODUCTTABLE.MBIN game file.

Release history[edit | edit source]

  • NEXT - Added as an Artifact. It has the same icon as Delicate Flora (FARM) and Flora Containment (variant 3).
  • Abyss - Hidden changes: Names were regenerated by either adding or taking away prefixes, but other data were unchanged.
  • Visions - Hidden changes: The specified base value ranges of all types are multiplied by 1.15, this total value is indicated on the information panel of each artifact. The information panels are color coded by rarity and an additional icon indicates its purpose.