Grand Conjunction

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This page fills the role of Embassy for the Grand Conjunction of Aligned Systems Civilized space community.
The information found here represents a user-created civilization that is a creative addition to the game.

Grand Conjunction
of Aligned Systems
Grand Conjunction of Aligned Systems [GCAS]
Galaxy Euclid
Quadrant Beta
Region Gwriginni Conflux
Capital system Mestr-Gebo at'Folr
Capital planet Jotunn-Eik lid'Skogr
Coordinates 0CE8:007B:031D:0038
Portal Glyphs 4137FCB1E4E9
Government Meritocratic Commonwealth
Size Standard-E
Type Non-localized, Documentation
Founded by Ertosiangel
Platform PC
Release Desolation

The Grand Conjunction of Aligned Systems is a civilized space community.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Grand Conjunction Flag
Official in-game flag of the Grand Conjunction, registered with the Federation Vexillology Department.

The Grand Conjunction of Aligned Systems, commonly referred to as the Grand Conjunction or GCAS, is a civilized space community. All territories held by the Grand Conjunction are referred to locally as Conjoined Space.

Its primary territory straddles the border between the Gwriginni Conflux and Daclivun Spur regions of the Euclid galaxy, but it also has various holdings throughout known space. Its official embassy is on the planet Viss-Hallr liw'Ofroer in the Woden-Fehu fjo'Folr system.

To date, the GCAS has documented 448 discoveries including 175 species of fauna, 160 planets and moons, 39 star systems, and 8 regions.

Mission[edit | edit source]

The Grand Conjunction's mission is to decipher the mysteries of the universe through exploration, research, and documentation.

Knowledge is power, and that power belongs to the people.
~ First Servant of the People Ertosi

Background[edit | edit source]

The civilization first started before the Dawn of Foundation in the Daclivun Spur region, with its capitol in the Adhr-Pertho fjo'Folr system on the Eden World Cyanotopia. During the Age of the First Galactic Reset, beautiful Cyanotopia was reduced to a toxic wasteland unfit for habitation and its people scattered to other realms. They remained scattered until living ships appeared, gathered those long lost, and united them once again. Thus the Daclivun-Gwriginni Alliance was born, which quickly blossomed into the Grand Conjunction.

Naming Guidelines[edit | edit source]

Members living in the immersive Gwriginni Conflux and Daclivun Spur core regions are strongly encouraged to name planets/moons/systems/interesting creatures with a Nordic theme, following the official Naming Convention of the Grand Conjunction. Special systems and planets may deviate from this naming convention as long as they remain immersive. Minerals, flora and lesser fauna are normally left with their default names, except for any truly exotic finds worthy of greater attention. Due to immersion being of strong importance in these regions, the addition of civilization tags is discouraged. The only exception to this is officially sanctioned embassy-systems from other civilizations, in which case it is preferred for them to use their own naming convention in order to keep the feel of their culture intact.

Members living in the less formal Heyllia region and other outlying regions/systems may name any discoveries as they see fit, as long as they are not derogatory or offensive. While by no means required, if residents wish to add a civilization tag to the name of a discovered system, it should be formatted with the following prefix: "(GCAS) ".

Joining[edit | edit source]

Grand Conjunction membership is currently invitation only, although all individuals found living within Conjoined Space are considered citizens. Membership invitations are reserved for players whom we meet in game and regularly play with.

Alliances[edit | edit source]

Being a meritocracy, all potential alliances shall be considered based upon the other civilization's overall contributions to the greater NMS community. Any potential alliance must also revolve around a specific research, documentation, or other scientific project with clearly defined goals. Exceptions may be made for individuals showing exceptional merit in another form, or for other civilizations which also focus solely on research and documentation, each on a case by case situation. The GCAS shall refrain from entering in alliances with civilizations deemed overly aggressive or actively supporting of illicit activities (those categorized as Militant, Smuggling, Piracy, etc.).

Current Alliances and Research Partners
Organization Logo Platform Notes
Intergalactic Exploration Corporation InExCor.jpg PC Exploration alliance

Leaving[edit | edit source]

Members and associates may choose to unalign themselves with the Grand Conjunction at any time. Personal credits for any discoveries shall always remain with the discovering individual. Civilization credits for discoveries made while part of the Grand Conjunction shall remain with the Grand Conjunction. Previously documented home regions and systems that entered into the GCAS with an individual shall remain with that individual should they choose to leave.

Systems Discovered[edit | edit source]

Core Systems[edit | edit source]

Region Name Primary System Additional Civilization Tags Notes
Gwriginni Conflux Mestr-Gebo at'Folr Research, Immersion Home of the GCAS's Core Systems.
Daclivun Spur

Outlying Regions[edit | edit source]

Region Name Primary System Additional Civilization Tags Notes
Heyllia Samnadhr sja'Gulr Casual, Construction Founded to gather and assist Travelers new to the universe.
Ewulga Nebula Nordr nu'Folr Exploration, Research Provides access to Euclid's galactic northern regions.
The Arm of Zavatiu Sudhr-Stjarna ei'Blar Exploration, Construction Provides access to Euclid's galactic southern regions.
Baijaoi Quadrant Anaxagoras Exploration, Construction Provides access to Euclid's galactic western regions.
Rorskyanh Fjarri-Oddr niu'Raud Research, Exploration Home to several projects studying The Fade.

Additional Systems of Interest[edit | edit source]

The following additional systems have been discovered and documented within Grand Conjunction space:

Additional information[edit | edit source]

The Grand Conjunction keeps a log of their Scientific Contributions which details their major discoveries and contributions. In addition, the GCAS also created and maintains other more specific scientific projects including the following.

External links[edit | edit source]

Official GCAS Site : Grand Conjunction on NMS Discoveries
Reddit : Grand Conjunction Reddit

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Remarkable Worlds of Conjoined Space[edit | edit source]

Remarkable Fauna of Conjoined Space[edit | edit source]

Large Fauna[edit | edit source]

Small Fauna[edit | edit source]

Recurring Space Encounters in Conjoined Space[edit | edit source]

Times listed represent each Recurring Space Encounter's spawn time from the moment of entering their system.

Rules[edit | edit source]

Rules for this civilization include:

  • Treat other players with respect at all times. This includes, but is not limited to:
    • No trolling, no flaming. Keep it friendly for all ages and play styles.
    • When within the territory of any civilization, honor their rules, customs, and naming conventions.
    • Before building in an occupied system, ask the resident(s) if they mind and if they have any stipulations. Honor their wishes.
    • Seek to help when you see others in need. On the flip side, seek help when it is truly needed, but be cautious to never overburden others. Aim to stand on your own feet and strive to offer more than you take.
  • Any player names displayed on structures or discovery uploads found within Conjoined Space will be added to the GCAS Census as Non-Member Residents or Non-Member Resident Interlopers, depending upon their nature, meaning that while they are not part of the GCAS government they shall still be counted as citizens for total population. Such inclusion shall remain for however long the player's name is visible within Conjoined Space. Any actions performed by resident citizens outside of the GCAS government and staff (full members) do not necessarily reflect the views and positions of the GCAS.