NMS Hub

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NMS Hub is a definitions page.

Disambig.png This article is about the current version of NMS Hub. For the Pathfinder version, see NMS Hub (Pathfinder).

Summary[edit | edit source]

A NMS Hub is a form of Civilized Space within a No Man's Sky galaxy that has been discovered and populated through community-based efforts.

Hubs tend to be larger gatherings of players than some other forms of civilized space, which may be small groups, roaming communities, or players connected through achievements rather than location.

Known NMS Hubs[edit | edit source]


Requirements[edit | edit source]

The HUB classification is one of special recognition, and has been achieved by only a small fraction of registered civs. To be recognized as a HUB, the following requirements are required:

  • an official census page is available for use in the wiki
  • a total of at least 20 members are on the census, each with two types of ID as indicated above
  • 20 star systems pages documented in the wiki in good form
  • an official request to be recognized as a HUB has been made on the Civilized Space talk page

When this level is reached, a gold HUB starburst will be placed on their embassy page as well as with their entry on the Civilized Space page. Due to the census requirements, all HUB-rated civs will be HUB (R).

Benefits[edit | edit source]

Pilgrim Path Known Locations: 4 Samples from November 20th - January 22nd (plus blank app image). Note the Hub's growing density.

NMS Hubs share many of the advantages that one can find by living in a city:

  • Support communities both in and out of the actual game environment.
  • Social media engagement, articles and video tutorials.
  • Available resources and points of interest are often noted in the names of systems.
  • Available starships are often cataloged.
  • Communication Stations left by other travelers are plentiful, the universe feels less lonely.
  • Fauna, flora, and geological attractions.
  • Economic benefits from in game farms and supporting data spreadsheets.
  • Navigation guides and applications for more efficient Galactic Travel.

Naming Convention[edit | edit source]

Many of the NMS Hubs follow naming convention guidelines that help travelers to quickly identify desirable aspects of a system or planet, such as noteworthy fauna, resources, or aid in navigation.

Alliance Movement[edit | edit source]

There are two significant multi-civilization alliances which are active in Facebook groups and Reddit threads. These alliances join together fragmented NMS Hub communities under an allied / united front with a logo, flag, and community guidelines.

Some example of such alliances include: Alliance of Galactic Travellers, United Federation of Travelers, and United Nations 42. There are several other smaller alliances which emerge from time to time.

Join in on the Facebook discussion or feel free or leave on comment on our Discussion Page.

Populated Systems[edit | edit source]

Separately from formal NMS Hubs, there are a number of systems around the NMS galaxies that have clusters of population bases that are not formal civilizations themselves but representative bases of many NMS players. For example the star systems in Weekend Missions often feature significant numbers of bases.

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