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NipNip

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The subject of this article is from the Beyond update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 27 November, 2019.
NipNip
NipNip
Category Base Building
Type Plantable Seed
Release Beyond

NipNip is a farmable agricultural product.

Summary[edit | edit source]

NipNip seeds can be acquired from a hired Farmer.

Game description[edit | edit source]

NipNip being farmed

This medicinal herb is known for its pungent buds, which are harvested to produce Gek Nip [sic]. NipNip thrives in dank environments, and often grows as a weed.

Suitable for hydroponic planting indoors. Needs a tropical or humid climate before planting outdoors.

Build[edit | edit source]

NipNip can be built using a blueprint and the following ingredients:

Additional information[edit | edit source]

  • Growing the plant will produce 1 NipNip Buds in roughly 4 hours of real time.
  • Although it says "needs a tropical or humid climate before planting outdoors," NipNip cannot be planted outdoors in the game's current version.

Release history[edit | edit source]

  • Pathfinder - Added as a product.
  • Atlas Rises - Blueprint changed, formerly used GekNip and Rigogen.
  • NEXT - Blueprint changed, formerly used GekNip and Kelp Sac. Hidden changes: The blueprint cannot be acquired.
  • Abyss - Hidden changes: The Agricultural Research mission now provides a blueprint for the NipNip Buds wrongly, which cannot be crafted, instead of the NipNip plant.
  • Visions - NipNip blueprint can now be acquired from the Farmer after their mission chain is complete. Wiki note: The mission still gives the wrong recipe.
  • Visions 1.76 - Fixed an issue where the Farmer would teach the wrong NipNip recipe. Blueprint changed, formerly used GekNip.
  • Beyond - Blueprint changed, Coprite was renamed to Faecium.

Gallery[edit | edit source]