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The subject of this article is from the initial release.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 25 November, 2016.
Galaxy Euclid
Region Qomchubbo Cluster
Star system Wells
Biome Frozen
Weather Snowfall
Sentinels Regular
Flora Generous
Fauna Regular
Claimed by Oxalis
Platform PC
Updated Release

Gibson is a planet.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Gibson is a planet in the star system Wells.

Environmental conditions[edit | edit source]

Glacial Planet
-64.4 °C / 1.8 Rad / 11.6 Tox

Waypoints[edit | edit source]

  • Virtual Light
  • Neuromancer
  • Burning Chrome

Lifeforms[edit | edit source]

Flora[edit | edit source]

Triarica Aelaxareum.gif Sultorium Nodrusiseum.gif

Fauna[edit | edit source]

Fauna Temperament Gender Diet Height Weight
Mehendatureum Binari Unconcerned Symmetric Herbivore 3.03m 135.68 kg Mehendatureum Binari.gif
Dammon Caybiump Calm None Oxide elements 1.27m 62.21 kg Dammon Caybiump.gif

Notable Locations[edit | edit source]

Tribute to Caamaban Gek plaque
The First Spawn FEASTED on the DEBRIS of KORVAX PRIME, gorging on a banquet of fragments plucked from the void, consumed to fuel the Great Ascendency. The universe shook as the Gek grew RICH. The Korvax found only DESPAIR. The Dominion became whole. Tribute to Caamaban.gif

Resources[edit | edit source]

Isotope Silicate Oxide Neutral
C Hr Fe Ir
Pu Pt Zn
Th Ch

Alias names[edit | edit source]

All Original: Deberian Edexie
PC Current: Gibson

Additional Information[edit | edit source]

William Ford Gibson is an American-Canadian speculative fiction writer and essayist widely credited with pioneering the science fiction subgenre known as cyberpunk. Beginning his writing career in the late 1970s, his early works were noir, near-future stories that explored the effects of technology, cybernetics, and computer networks on humans. Gibson coined the term "cyberspace" for "widespread, interconnected digital technology" in his short story "Burning Chrome" (1982), and later popularized the concept in his acclaimed debut novel Neuromancer (1984). These early works of Gibson's have been credited with "renovating" science fiction literature in the 1980s. Wikipedia

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