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MS Asenn-Yuba Wreckage

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The subject of this article is from the NEXT update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 28 October, 2018.
MS Asenn-Yuba Wreckage
MS Asenn-Yuba Wreckage
Builder zazariins
Galaxy Euclid
Region Yihelli Quadrant
Star system AGT Embassy
Planet AGT Nexus
Galactic coords 043D:0072:0D44:005F
Portal Glyphs 005FF3545C3E
Game mode Normal
Platform PS4
Release NEXT
Features
Farm Geobay
No All
Landing pad Arena
1
Trade terminal Racetrack
Yes No

MS Asenn-Yuba Wreckage is a player base.

Summary[edit | edit source]

MS Asenn-Yuba Wreckage is a player base build on the site of a crashed freighter, the MS Asenn-Yuba's Vision. The crash site is located a short distance from the AGT capital site on the planet AGT Embassy in the AGT Nexus system of Yihelli Quadrant.

The construction rests on the wreckage of the freighter's main body area, under which buried technology caches can be found. It is primarily a lofty single-storey living area, accessed by a corridors leading from the main entrance way and with a raised corridor above providing access to the site's landing pad.

As with all crashed freighter sites, a starship landing pillar is present and is freely available to all visitors, with an access ramp leading directly up to the base site from this area.

Features[edit | edit source]

  • Landing facilities for one trade ship and one traveller.
  • Galactic trade terminal.
  • Localised teleportation ring (sited externally)
  • Views over both the MS Asenn-Yuba's Vision wreckage and also the nearby coastline.
  • Easy commute to the AGT capital.
  • Boardroom facilities for up to twelve delegates.

Additional information[edit | edit source]

The site benefits aesthetically from a number of inverted and glitched building techniques, allowing for angled walkways, unconventional lighting clusters, and an illuminated biodome feature amongst other features.

Gallery[edit | edit source]