Pikiurakad

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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.
Pikiurakad
Region Sugaikinovi Fringe
Galaxy Euclid
Spectral class G1p
Distance to centre 172172.2 light-years
Planet(s) 6
Moon(s) 0
Discovered by Ezegnegch (PC, survival mode)
Release Atlas Rises

Summary[edit | edit source]

Pikiur is a procedurally generated star system in the universe of No Man's Sky. It is located in the Sugaikinovi Fringe's Sector SMV-NWB.

It is unusual because it has three non-lush oceanic planets, all of them having Earth-like blue skies and water.

Discovered By[edit | edit source]

Region[edit | edit source]

Sugaikinovi Fringe

Planets[edit | edit source]

  • Yadonquo Unnan (Dead planet with no sky)
  • Apseldumed-Tene Fotok (Nuclear stinky ocean planet)
  • Miqueziu Tuwers (Smooth Desert Planet)
  • Ufjorgun-Boish Aness (Ice ocean planet)
  • Fujimariy Onoort (Rough Desert Planet)
  • Tarutosar Irusta (Nuclear ocean planet, blobs)

Intelligent Life[edit | edit source]

Gek

Lore[edit | edit source]


This section is Fan Fiction. The information found here is not an actual part of the released game, but a user-invented addition to the wiki.

All of the non-lush ocean planets have Earth-like blue skies and oceans, implying that the planets used to have conditions similar to Earth in the past. Both Tarutosar Irusta and Ufjorgun-Boish Aness have large craters, suggesting that intelligent life used to exist until an interplanetary war broke out. The fallout turned Tarutosar Irusta into a nuclear wasteland while Ufjorgun-Boish Aness entered a new ice age possibly due to the pollution from the war. Both planets are low security. Meanwhile, it's currently unknown how Apseldumed-Tene Fotok turned into an irradiated planet. Personally though, I wish Apseldumed-Tene Fotok was a noxious oceanic planet instead of an irradiated one.

Fast forward to the present, the system is the primary supplier of Rigogen for the entire Sector SMV-NWB, as the three ocean planets are overflowing with it.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Sectors of the Sugaikinovi Fringe