The High Road

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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.

This article was catalogued by Galactic Hub Atlas.

The High Road
The High Road
Galaxy Euclid
Region Shungka Void
Star system HUB1-1D1 Renaissance Star
Atmosphere Dusty during day; Clear at night
Terrain Hills; Stone Pillars
Biome Parched Planet - Desert
Weather Extreme Winds
Resources An Cc Co Cu Cy Pt Pu Th Ti Zn
Sentinels Average
Flora Medium
Fauna Rich
Discovered by Syn1334
Game Mode Normal
Platform PS4/PC (Content is the same for both, but names, bases, etc can be different)
Updated Atlas Rises

The High Road is a planet.

Summary[edit | edit source]

The High Road, originally Ogdogya-Yatets Irmasjo, is a planet in the HUB1-1D1 Renaissance Star system.

This desert planet is rich in fauna and contains a decent variety of resources, although none are especially rare. The most interesting fauna species include a species of small Anastomus/Strider and small bipedal Ungulatis/cow. The most interesting flora is likely the coprite-containing cactus native to this planet. See "Life" section for more information.

Resources[edit | edit source]

  • “Form” refers to, for example: crystal form, resource deposit form, Pedestal Form (Vortex Cube), “Stem” Form (Gravitino Balls), etc
  • “Rarity” refers to how often the resource appears on the planet, and is just an estimate (there’s no in-game value to measure it by).
Image Resource Form Rarity
High Road Cymatygen.jpg Cymatygen Resource-lined holes Uncommon
Antrium Cave flowers Common (in caves)
Cactus Flesh Echinocactus Rare
Coprite Cactus (See Flora section) Common
Copper Unknown (Seen on Scan) Rare
Plutonium Crystal Common
Platinum Flower Uncommon
Thamium9 Flower Uncommon
Titanium Crystal Rare
Zinc Flower Common

Life[edit | edit source]

Fauna[edit | edit source]

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Name Temperament Height Weight
Ririosumprimae Edmiump.jpg Ririosumprimae Edmiump Anxious 1.00m 39.89 kg
Discoverer Genus: Anastomus Notes: This small Strider is active at all times. It seems to be a dominantly-nocturnal species, but may just appear more active due to other fauna being less active during the night.
Israeum Uiet.jpg Israeum Uiet Fearful 1.43m 78.24 kg
Discoverer Genus: Ungulatis Notes: This small bipedal cow is mostly found during the day.


Zoology Scan Completion[edit | edit source]

PS4: 9/10

PC:

Flora[edit | edit source]

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Name Root Structure Nutrient Source Discovered By
The High Road flora 1.jpg Ricapum Rariustinis (Coprite Cactus) Fungal Membrane Compression Syn1334
Notes: This cactus contains Coprite, the element usually associated with fauna droppings.
The High Road flora 2.jpg Bescica Autimentia Independent Carbon Absorption Syn1334
Notes: This small, flower-bearing cactus can usually be found in tufts of desert grass or growing near large stones.
The High Road flora 3.jpg Thusea Ovisae Voluminous Photosynthesis Syn1334
Notes: This small, round cactus grows in clusters of three.
The High Road flora 4.jpg Aeiris Likustheum (Criminal Cactus) Invasive Theft Syn1334
Notes: This tiny, round cactus is known as the "criminal cactus" due to its invasive root structure and "theft" of nutrients.
The High Road flora 5.jpg Trogia Anulus Inorganic Photosynthesis Syn1334
Notes: This massive cactus grows in clusters, three large sections with smaller sections sprouting at the base. The base area of this plant is purple in color, turning teal in the middle and upper sections.


Atmosphere & Climate[edit | edit source]

  • Maximum Temperature: 169.8 °F, 75.6 °C
  • Minimum Temperature: -89.3 °F, -67.4 °C
  • Storm Temperature: 271.0 °F, 132.778 °C
  • Radioactivity (Rads): 0.6 Rad
  • Toxicity (Tox): 14.9 Tox

Notable Locations & Waypoints[edit | edit source]

Image Name Description Marked by Communications Station
The High Road Fauna Fields.jpg Fauna Fields A place with a high density of fauna spawn points, particularly "lesser mushroom beetles." Yes, on PS4

Gallery[edit | edit source]