Demon's Peak Convention Center

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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 13 August, 2019.
Demon's Peak Convention Center
Demon's Peak Convention Center
Builder Demonmariner
Galaxy Euclid
Region Canthian
Star system HUB2-22A Koyushi
Planet Sensei
Galactic coords 042F:0078:0D54:022A
Portal Glyphs 122AF9554C30
Game mode Normal
Platform PC
Release Visions
Farm Geobay
Landing pad Arena
Trade terminal Racetrack

Demon's Peak Convention Center is a player base.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Demon's Peak Convention Center is a player base, located at Latitude/Longitude +13.47, -46.38 on Sensei in the HUB2-22A Koyushi system. It has several landing pads, trade terminals, an extensive farm, standing planters, First Aid stations, and other facilities useful to travelers.

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Located in an uncharted system, this planet is a very popular destination for traders and merchants who need a vacation spot away from the attention of galactic law enforcement. The consortium that financed construction of the Convention Center recognized the popularity of the location and built a large resort to cater to clients with expensive tastes who had reason to value discretion. They chose a mountaintop location that offered stunning views as well as easily secured access. The resort offered everything: first rate accommodations, fine dining for every taste, a location just a few warps from the Galactic Hub, and unsurpassed privacy. The lack of a space station was seen as an advantage, rather than a liability.

The Convention Center was highly successful until a series of earthquakes and related mudslides caused extensive damage to the structure. Most rooms and corridors that were constructed underground or that were built into the mountain were severely damaged and in some cases completely buried. The owners are in the process of demolishing and replacing the damaged and buried structures, but the process is time consuming and very expensive. Complete restoration is expected to take several years. In the meantime, visitors are offered substantial discounts on accommodations in the scattered parts of the original structure that remain habitable.

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