Irendus

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The subject of this article is from the Atlas Rises update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 23 July, 2018.
Irendus
Irendus
Star system Ziyketo (Plamidian)
Region Woiwrush Spur
Galaxy Euclid
Biome Desert Planet - {{{description}}}
Weather Droughty
Resources Cactus Flesh, Emeril, Copper, Heridium
Flora Frequent
Fauna Rare
Discovered by by SnakePlissken19
Game Mode Normal
Platform PS4
Release Atlas Rises

Irendus is a planet.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Irendus is a planet in the Ziyketo (Plamidian) system.

Alias names[edit | edit source]

PS4 Current: Irendus

Description/History[edit | edit source]

Desert Planet. Although The Plmidian Remnants and the Gek have good relations in this system, the Remnants never visit this planet nor do they aid in Gek activities done here due to moral obligations by its people. Power Generation is the name of the game in this system and on this planet, the Gek have engaged in very unusual practices to draw energy and power.

They've begun to harvest planetary Sentinels. Traditionally, Sentinels are either neutral or hostile for their own reasons, usually aggravated by the warring Vy'keen. However in this case, the Sentinels are on high alert and will shoot anything on sight due to the Gek's attempt to enslave the machines to draw on their raw power. It's a dangerous game and has costed many Gek and Sentinel lives, nothing of which the Remnants will partake in.

Items of interest[edit | edit source]

Waypoints/Notable Locations[edit | edit source]

Atmosphere and Climate[edit | edit source]

Daytime Temp Nighttime Temp Radiation   Toxicity Storm Temp. Storm Radiation Storm Toxicity Recommended Suit
98.8 Fahrenheit -86.3 Fahrenheit 0.6 Rads 2.4 Toxicity 0.0 Fahrenheit 0.0 Rads 0.0 Toxicity Thermic Layer Tau for night

Fauna[edit | edit source]

4 of 11 species discovered.

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The subject of this article is from the Atlas Rises update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 23 July, 2018.